When Sarah Palin swiped daughter Bristol's dress for “SNL” Sunday, she was following in a tradition of turning a spawn into a stylist.
Post by Michele Zipp. Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Show brought out the stars last night from Justin Timberlake to Robert DeNiro to Tina Fey and her best friend Sarah Palin. Yes, both ladies were in the house! But perhaps most...Show More Summary
Sarah Palin hit the red carpet at SNL 40 on Sunday evening (February 16) in New York City and everyone was chatting about her short sparkly dress. Turns out, the dress belongs to her daughter Brisol! The 24-year-old daughter of the ninth Governor of Alaska wore the white dress to the 2011 White House Correspondents’ [...]
Sarah Palin is urging her Facebook followers to contact their state legislators to limit a “government gone wild.” By calling a Convention of the States, average citizens can stop the federal spending spree, power grabs, and other abuses by proposing amendments to rein in the federal government,” Palin said. She directed her social media followers [...]
Someone had to take up for Mama Grizzly and her rambling, incoherent speech in Iowa and in particular, her comments about "the man" riding you if your "back is bent." It seems Bristol the brawler is none too happy with the lame-stream...Show More Summary
Sarah Palin and her reality TV show star daughter are promoting an obscure legal maneuver promoted by religious conservatives to propose new amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Palin, the former half-term governor of Alaska and rumored 2016 presidential candidate, urged her Facebook followers to...
In a development that shocked the literary world, Bristol Palin — teen mom, GED-American, and future assistant nail salon receptionist - used the word “succinct” on her blog properly, landing all three c’s and not fancying it up into something more Palin-esque like...
Bristol Palin is bringing in the new year by making waves for her famous mother, first claiming that Sarah Palin predicted the Ukraine invasion by Russia and then going on to bash President Obama for not making the Smithsonian Institution’s “100 Most Significant Americans Of All Time” list. Show More Summary
In case you're wondering whether the apple falls far from the tree, I present to you the sheer ignorance of Bristol Palin, who thinks Answers in Genesis' Ark Encounter project was stripped of nearly $18,000,000 in potential tax rebates because it's "too religious":
The Washington Examiner named Carol Costello‘s comments regarding Bristol Palin as the “Worst Liberal Media Quote of 2014.” Seriously? The Examiner’s reporter, Paul Bedard, wrote of Costello’s on-air comments: Nothing came close. Reviewing...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Liberal media hypocrisy at its finest? GOP staffer Elizabeth Lauten, a communications director for Tennessee Republican congressman Stephen Fincher, resigned after posting a comment to her own Facebook page about the daughters of U.S. President Barack Obama. As the Washington Post reported, Lauten posted the following after seeing Malia and Natasha make bored […]
Let me begin by plainly stating my biases. I like and admire the Palins. My wife has worked with Bristol for years, she collaborated with Sarah on her most recent book, and I have successfully represented Bristol in free-speech litigation. We Frenches share the Palins' political, cultural, and religious values, and we're proud to call them friends.
Recently, I compared the memoirs of Bristol Palin and Malala Yousafzai on this site and many commenters claimed it was an unfair matchup. They said every young women would fail in comparison to the 17-year old Nobel Peace Prize winner (true) and that Bristol never held herself up for such scrutiny (debatable). Read more...
That’s right… go after the women. Because if you tried that with a big, conservative man, you’d get your ass whipped, as you should. Two of the Palin girls get shoved down, manhandled, called derogatory names and basically physically abused and Carol Costello at CNN thinks it’s funny and says you can thank her later. […]
Arguably the biggest media story in the last few days has been CNN anchor Carol Costello's inappropriately lighthearted tease of audio about that now-infamous fight involving the Palins. Glenn Beck today expressed his disgust with how Costello was "reveling in the abuse" of Bristol Palin.
Radar Online has posted the unedited audio of police interviewing people after the Sarah Palin family's drunken brawl last September at a party in Anchorage, and it's a trash-fest if there ever was one. Warning: Bristol and Willow Palin drop plenty of F-bombs and other initial-bombs too. Tell the kids...
Washington Post media reporter Erik Wemple called on CNN's Carol Costello to apologize to the Palin family in the same venue where she mocked audio of Bristol Palin reporting a physical assault: on-air. Although Costello herself called...Show More Summary
Jeez, too bad Jerry Springer isn't still on the air - the Palin family would have made for some AMAZING guests! This week, Wasilla police released additional audio of the Palin family explaining their side of the trashy and bloody brawl which put the clan back into the national spotlight. [ Related: New Audio Of The Fight [...]
Joshua Marshall, TPM: As you've likely seen Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol have now spoken out about their notorious boozy family brawl, recasting Bristol's attack on the event's host as a morality tale about violence against women and media bias. Show More Summary
Josh Marshall offers an insightful take on the meaning of the Palin brawl on Talking Points Memo. As you’ve likely seen Sarah Palin and her daughter Bristol have now spoken out about their notorious boozy family brawl, recasting Bristol’s attack on the event’s host as a morality tale about violence against women and media bias. [...]Show More Summary