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2 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
Sarah Palin's new online channel is ripe for late-night skewering, so it's no surprise that Stephen Colbert went to town.
4 hrs ago | TIME.com
Former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin speaks to the crowd of Western Conservative Summit at Hyatt Regency in Denver on July 19. 2014.
4 hrs ago | Time
Conservative pundit, television personality and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin waves as she leaves the stage during the 41st annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord International Hotel and Conference Center on March 8, 2014 in National Harbor, Maryland.
6 hrs ago | Houston Press
We all thought Sarah Palin would be focused on seizing the White House, but this week she announced that she is seizing the internet.
10 hrs ago | Breitbart.com
Conservative scholar and talk radio host Mark Levin said he is rooting for Tennessee state Representative Joe Carr to defeat Sen. Lamar Alexander in next week's August 7th GOP Senate primary.
House Speaker John Boehner flatly denied Tuesday that congressional Republicans are moving to impeach President Barack Obama, blasting talk about it as "a scam started by Democrats at the White House."
Nightline co-anchor Dan Harris on Monday night mocked Sarah Palin for her new internet channel and falsely identified the conservative as "the woman who says she can see Russia from her house."
Although it took six years for her to do it, former mayor of Wasilla/Alaska governor/GOP vice presidential nominee, and current author/Fox analyst/Tea Party favorite/social media pioneer/reality TV star and all around muckraker Sarah Palin has finally landed on her most perfect title: founder, The Sarah Palin Channel .
If there's one person I never, ever want to hear the news filtered through, it's Sarah Palin .
Young Turks host Cenk Uygur blasted former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin's announcement of her own television channel on Monday, especially after seeing promotional footage of her in Alaska.
On Sunday, the 2008 Republican nominee for vice president announced a new subscription video service -- just $99.95 per year for all the interviews and "fly on the wall" coverage you could want.
I have spent years gently mocking Ross Douthat, who is actually one of my favorite opinion writers, for his fatal flaw of detecting signs of ideological moderation in a succession of Republican figures like Sarah Palin, Eric Cantor, Tim Pawlenty, and others.
In a matter of days, Democrats looking to head off Republican gains in November have turned scattered talk of President Obama's impeachment into a sustained rallying cry -- even managing to fundraise off the perceived threat.
Tennessee state Representative Joe Carr, the conservative candidate who is challenging Sen. Lamar Alexander in an August 7th primary, said the "grassroots has absolutely caught fire" as he closes in on Alexander in the final week of the campaign.
HBO certainly isn't subtle in their disdain for conservatives. Last week, HBO's "True Blood" mocked conservatives at a fictional Ted Cruz fundraiser, as "Republic**ts" and this weekend's cast panel at Comic-Con brought up the episode again.
Sarah Palin says she's fed up with traditional news media outlets. So she's starting her own online channel.
The Sunday night announcement of the launch of Sarah Palin's new news channel brought out the wits and wags on Twitter Monday morning as they began compiling names for potential programing on the fledgling network.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:49 pm
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