But maybe her most shrewd tactic in all of this was that she wrapped up her video with passing along the challenge to Hillary Clinton.
Six years to the day after he accepted the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, President Barack Obama announced that he did not have a strategy to combat ISIS, which recently beheaded American photojournalist James Foley. “I don't want to put the cart before the horse,” Obama said of ISIS at a Thursday press conference. Show More Summary
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is inviting a man, who previously claimed that unborn children with Down syndrome should be aborted, to meet her 6-year-old son who has the condition.
Former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin, issued a Facebook post inviting famed atheist activist Richard Dawkins to come meet her six-year-old son, Trig, who has Down Syndrome after Dawkins tweeted last week that he felt it was "immoral" not to "abort and try again" when an unborn baby has been diagnosed with Down syndrome.
Defends Mike Ditka's statements on the name change controversy. [ more › ]
Sarah Palin has expressed her support for Mike Ditka, who has expressed his support for Daniel Snyder, who has vowed to never change the name of the Washington Redskins.
Have you ever stopped and said to yourself, “You know, with all the things going on in my life right now, I wonder what Sarah Palin thinks about the Redskins controversy?” Don’t worry, I’m here with the answer you never wanted, for the question you never asked. Recall that this whole thing sparked when someone, [...]
No need to watch the first 1:50 minutes of Sarah Palin's mindless, rambling banter in the video, but the last bit with the actual bucket is straight up 'GIF Image of the Year' material. Cheers, AFTER THE JUMP...
In what seems like the greatest Saturday Night Live sketch never written, Sarah Palin has leaped to the support of Mike Ditka in a battle against the forces of darkness threatening to strip the Washington Redskins of their team name. Now, you're probably sick of hearing about the Redskins name battle, and we get that. Show More Summary
From the clip: I accept Wasilla Arctic Cat’s #icebucketchallenge to #strikeoutALS and will donate to the Pete Frates #3 Fund. Watch my video to see whom I challenge. Hat tip to actor Patrick Stewart for reminding everyone with his video...Show More Summary
You would have thought Sarah Palin would have jumped on this bandwagon ages ago. But it wasn't until this weekend that the former governor of Alaska and current media mogul decided to get in on the summer's biggest viral trend after getting nominated by Wasilla Arctic Cat, which makes the snowmobiles her family loves so much.
For the first time ever, a video of Sarah Palin is funny for the right reasons. Normally, we find ourselves laughing at a Sarah Palin video because she either hilariously bungles a softball question; or because she can’t describe the duties of the office for which she’s running; or because she totally botches a major [...]
Yup, we're saying it: Very well played, Sarah Palin! The former Vice Presidential candidate is the latest celebrity to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, although she initially says in the following footage that she’s “too old” for this “ice bucket water dump thing” and will instead write a check to the cause while sipping from some Diet Dr. Show More Summary
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin blasted the "Politically Correct Police" and said most Americans find "Washington" more offensive than "Redskins." Americans do hate Washington, as Congress' approval rating, according to recent Gallup polling, is at 7%, which is a record low. Show More Summary
Guest post by Kristinn Taylor Frustrated WaPo Sics Nine Reporters on Darren Wilson — Finds Nothing Who does the Post think he is, Sarah Palin? Missing and unmentioned in the Post article are any complaints of mistreatment or racism by … Continue reading ?
Half term Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin became the latest politician to accept the ALS ice bucket challenge after being challenged by the owners of Wasilla Arctic Cat, a snowmobile dealer. Sarah went on to challenge Hillary Clinton and John McCain after she poured a drink which may or may not have been a Long [...]
The ice bucket challenge somehow keeps finding new victims willing to douse themselves in chilly water for a good cause. This time, it's Sarah Palin who, channeling her "will she or won't she?" teasing about a potential presidential bid, pretends not to participate but then still winds up all wet. Show More Summary
Many high-profile people have done the ice bucket challenge in unique ways, but Sarah Palin, as is so often the case, takes the cake. She writes her check and makes her challenges, like everyone else, but the rest of the video gets a little odd — and then it gets awesome. First of all, there’s
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin took the "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise awareness for ALS on Saturday and posted the video on Facebook. After being challenged by employees of Wasilla Arctic Cat, Palin, in her patented manner, reminded Americans that the most important part of the challenge is the donation for ALS research. Show More Summary
Personally, I’m holding out for the Michelle Bachmann channel: Given the content available and the affectedly simple presentation, it’s hard not to see the new Sarah Palin Channel as simply a moneymaking enterprise. Her competitor Glenn Beck’s vertically integrated TV-website-dogwhistle aggregator, the Blaze, takes in $36m per year before ad revenue. Show More Summary