Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against The New York Times suffers a significant setback.
Sarah Palin has filed a defamation suit against The New York Times alleging defamation in an Editorial linking her to the January 2011 shooting of former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. From the facts alleged, she appears to have a good case.
What is the deal with the love-fest for Julian Assange?
The Trump campaign is out with its own ‘short list’ of potential running mates.
Sarah Palin is back, and she’s endorsing Donald Trump for the Republican nomination for President.
Sarah Palin has joined such luminaries as Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham, and former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke in endorsing Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim immigration plan.
Donald Trump’s campaign seems to be making a play for whatever portion of the GOP it may be that still likes Sarah Palin.
Conservatives finally seem to be waking up to the truth about Sarah Palin.
With the midterms over, it’s time for Sarah Palin to start grifting again.
As Sarah Palin and the Tea Party turn on Paul Ryan, they are making apparent their own lack of relevance in the political process.
The presence of politicians like Sarah Palin at yesterday’s “Million Veteran March” was not appreciated by the people who organized the protest.
Conservatives gathered on the National Mall today to protest the closure of memorials, but their message seems really intended for Republicans in Congress to not back down.
Sarah Palin hinted about running for Senate in Alaska. Most likely, she’s once again just teasing her supporters.
Last night’s Vice-Presidential debate was combative, but is unlikely to have a major impact on the race for President.
What would have happened if Sarah Palin had decided to run for the Republican nomination this year?
Sarah Palin isn’t running for President, and she hasn’t officially endorsed anyone, but that hasn’t stopped her from putting her thumb on the scale.
Sarah Palin apparently thinks having an actual job would be too confining.