Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin will campaign for Roy Moore in Alabama this week in the heated U.S Senate race with Sen. Luther Strange. The Great America Alliance on Tuesday … Click to Continue »
With the Alabama Republican Senate primary election looming, former Trump White House aide Sebastian Gorka and former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will be teaming up to help rally support for controversial GOP candidate Roy Moore. As Axios reports, Gorka is “co-headlining a rally...
Alabama ex-Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is a crackpot. He is anti-American, or at least anti-Constitution, and has twice now been booted from his position on the court for declarations that his own religious preferences supersede federal law, because he says so. Show More Summary
Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin will campaign for Roy Moore in Alabama's heated U.S Senate race with Sen. Luther Strange. The Great America Alliance on Thursday announced a campaign push … Click to Continue »
After a judge issued a ridiculous ruling in favor of the Times, can Palin win an appeal in her libel suit? The case isn't hopeless.
“Negligence this may be; but defamation of a public figure it plainly is not.”
Great God in heaven is our president stupid. It’s an element of his personality that doesn’t really get talked about the way it did with, say, Sarah Palin, or George W. Bush, or Dan Quayle – though he’s dumber than any of them, easily. But it’s not hard to understand why that’s not the focus […]
“The New York Times still owes Sarah Palin an apology.” It’s heartening to know that there are some journalists out there who still see the journalist’s duty as one to truth and common decency, not political partisanship and chest-thumping. Media reporter Erik Wemple notes in today’s Washington Post that he may have been initially wrong […]
Federal judge Jed Rakoff has dismissed Sarah Palin’s libel suit over an unfair and inaccurate swipe at her in a New York Times editorial [Eriq Gardner/Hollywood Reporter, Tim Cushing/TechDirt, Jacob Sullum/Reason, Tom Rogan/Washington...Show More Summary
As Tim Graham at NewsBusters noted in an August 24 post about the reckless smear of Sarah Palin in the New York Times after unhinged leftist James T. Hodgkinson shot and nearly killed Congressman Steve Scalise in June, the paper's latest ad campaign insists that "The truth is hard to know," that "The truth is hard to find," and that "The truth is now more important than ever."
The defamation lawsuit filed in the federal Southern District Court of New York by former Alaska governor Sarah Palin against the New York Times has been dismissed. Judge Jed Rakoff noted that Palin's case failed to adequately make a showing of actual malice to support the public figure defamation......
Palin claimed the newspaper had defamed her in an editorial linking her to a 2011 mass shooting.
OMG, something NORMAL happened.
Alaska's former governor had alleged an editorial maliciously linked her to a 2011 mass shooting. But in his ruling, the federal judge said her evidence was "so weak" the case shouldn't proceed.
(Paul Mirengoff) A federal judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by Sarah Palin against The New York Times, ruling that Palin’s complaint failed to show that a mistake in an editorial was made maliciously. The editorial accused...Show More Summary
Harris Media’s website lists Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, and Britain’s pro-Brexit UKIP party among its past clients.
Trump showboats in Texas, DeVoss hires DeVry, and Sarah Palin learns about the news. Your morning news brief!
The First Amendment chalks up a much needed win: Southern District of New York Judge Jed Rakoff dismisses Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against the New York Times. [The Slot] Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is pushing the state forward on police reform, even without the assistance of the Department of Justice. Show More Summary
"... concluding that she had failed to show that the Times had defamed her in a June staff editorial," Politico reports.Judge Jed S. Rakoff... reasoned that the statements in the Times piece were sufficiently ambiguous, and thus didShow More Summary