STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND A Republican Christmas?
The North Dakota Republican Party is againauctioning sporting gear signed by some ofthe party'swell-known national leaders.
In an e-mail, the state party announced "four great gift ideas" are up for ... Posted on 11/17/10 at 4:54 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — Viewers who fantasized about potshots being volleyed between Sarah Palin and Katie Couric were disappointed Tuesday morning. Both women did their own thing in their respective morning-show guest spots.
Alaska officials on Friday released thousands of pages of Sarah Palin’s emails, giving a glimpse of her time as governor, her struggles in dealing with gossip about her family and her rise to national prominence as the GOP vice presidential nominee.
The state of Alaska on Friday will release thousands of Sarah Palin's emails from her first two years as governor, a disclosure that has taken on national prominence as she flirts with a run for the presidency.
Within hours of the Tuscon, Ariz., shootings, Democrats and their media shamelessly began blaming those who attended tea parties, talk radio, Fox News and people like Sarah Palin for the shooting. Democrats started pulling gun control legislation and legislation to censor talk radio from their filing cabinets that had already been written up and awaiting such a crisis.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Sarah Palin, the telegenic Republican who exasperates and delights voters about equally, is dropping ever more hints of a presidential bid, including a visit Saturday to the key state of Iowa.
The official purpose of her trip to suburban Des Moines is to promote her new book, “America by Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith and Flag.” But Democratic and Republican insiders will search for every possible hint of whether she will seek the nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012.
By Charles Babington, The Associated Press
, November 26, 2010
CLEVELAND (AP) — President Barack Obama made Ohio his final campaign stop Sunday in the tumultuous midterm elections, trying to help hard-pressed Democrats in a state that could prove crucial to his fortunes in two years.
FARGO — Bristol Palin said she’d like to see her mother run for the White House, calling controversial former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin “awesome for this country.”
“I know she’s qualified to do the job,” Bristol Palin said in a 15-minute interview webcast live Thursday afternoon at Inforum.com.
Palin, who travels to deliver a pro-life, pro-abstinence message, was in Fargo Thursday night as the featured speaker at a fundraiser for The Perry Center, a West Fargo home for unwed mothers.
By J. Shane Mercer, Forum Communications Co.
, October 08, 2010
GRAND FORKS (AP) — A Fighting Sioux hockey jersey autographed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has been put up for auction through eBay.
The North Dakota Republican Party listed the jersey Thursday evening as a political fundraiser.
I just can’t keep quiet any longer. Believe me I’ve tried but I’m afraid I’ve stumbled and succumbed. I have crawled out of my closet and now I’m fully steeped. I endorse the Sarah Palin-Michele Bachmann team to unseat Obama in 2012. That’s it in a nutshell. Should these two women unseat Obama, I believe America would be a brave new world. (No offense to Huxley.)
By golly Sarah Palin has come out swingin’ again.
Looking ahead a few years if she’s running for president and there are, say, only three candidates, for example Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Palin, I’d have a heck of a time picking the best.
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota is enlisting the help of a fellow controversial conservative female politician in her re-election bid.
Former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be in Minnesota April 7 to campaign for Bachmann, the Republican congresswoman’s campaign announced Wednesday.
By Scott Wente, Forum Communications Co.
, January 21, 2010
Palin-palooza rolls on.
If you know what Washington’s Gridiron Club is all about, the idea of Sarah Palin addressing the group might sound pretty unlikely — about as unlikely as, say, the National Organization for Women naming Tiger Woods their man of the year.
Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune
, December 09, 2009
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