As North Korea advances toward achieving its long-term goal of developing a nuclear-armed ICBM capable of reaching the US mainland (or at least Sarah Palin's home state), a host of defectors who've managed to escape from the isolated...Show More Summary
The New York Times has asked a judge to toss out a defamation lawsuit former Alaska governor Sarah Palin filed against it. The newspaper said in court papers late Friday … Click to Continue »
MORE FAKE NEWS AT THE FAILING NEW YORK TIMES: Tom Maguire: Sarah Palin Can Sue The Times For This Too.
Responding to Sarah Palin’s lawsuit for defamation, an attorney for the New York Times told a federal judge that the paper of record made “an honest mistake.” On June 14, the Times published an editorial headlined “America’s Lethal Politics” in the aftermath of the shooting of GOP U.S. Show More Summary
On Friday, a lawyer for the New York Times, arguing before a Manhattan federal judge, claimed that the paper made "an honest mistake in posting the editorial" claiming that Sarah Palin directly incited the shooting of Arizona Congresswoman...Show More Summary
Attorneys for The New York Times asked that Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against it be dismissed because the paper made “an honest mistake” when it claimed she incited a shooting in 2011 that severely wounded then-Rep. Gabby Giffords, D-Ariz., and killed six other people. “There was an honest mistake in posting the editorial,” lawyer David […]
Maybe it’s not a coincidence that he was chosen by the party that almost put Sarah Palin in the White House.
NO OF COURSE NOT, BUT AS WITH CNN’S MELTDOWN LAST WEEK, THE LAWYERS ARE LOOKING FOR ANY WAY OUT. Neo-Neocon: Can it be an “Honest Mistake” for the Times to Make Stuff Up about Sarah Palin?
JOHN HINDERAKER ON SARAH PALIN’S LAWSUIT: The New York Times Is In Trouble. “Ms. Palin can make a strong argument that the Times editorialists knew that their smear was a lie, based on reporting done by the Times itself. (The editorialists’ defense likely will have to be that they don’t read their own newspaper.) But […]
They defend terrible journalism with a terrible excuse. The post The New York Times Excuse For Smear of Sarah Palin Doesn’t Pass The Sniff Test appeared first on RedState.
MICHAEL WALSH: Regarding Sarah Palin, Was the ‘New York Times’ Sloppy, Malicious or Careless? Read the whole thing.
Mistakes were made... The post NY Times: Hey, blaming Sarah Palin for that shooting was “an honest mistake” appeared first on Hot Air.
(John Hinderaker) We have noted here and elsewhere Sarah Palin’s libel case against the New York Times. In a June 14 editorial, the Times accused Palin of being responsible for Jared Loughner’s murder of six people in Tucson, Arizona. Show More Summary
Trump Gives Speech to the People of Poland, Says 14 Words That Leave Americans Stunned https://t.co/8iKHEQemn9 — Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) July 7, 2017 "14 words" is, uh, quite the coincidental thing to say wrt this specific speech https://t.co/vUrFdKAWC3 https://t.co/cfzGn3ms0M — Dan "TBONE" O'Sulliv (@Bro_Pair) July 7, 2017 Following up on Betty’s earlier post… when you […]
Sarah Palin was accused of promoting white supremacy on Friday after sharing a post on social media that referenced a neo-Nazi slogan. Her post, shared on her Twitter and Facebook accounts, is a link to an article on the right-wing blog...Show More Summary
Accidentally! Probably! Raw Story reports: Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin whipped up a social media firestorm on Friday after a tweet praising President Donald Trump included a phrase associated with the Neo-Nazi movement. “Trump Gives...Show More Summary
We're seriously not kidding.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin whipped up a social media firestorm on Friday after a tweet praising President Donald Trump included a phrase associated with the Neo-Nazi movement. “Trump Gives Speech to the People of Poland, Says 14 Words That Leave Americans Stunned,” Palin wrote, with...
Palin praised Trump’s use of “14 words”—a white supremacist phrase—on social media Friday. But there’s a technical excuse for why she did it.