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Convention of States Update: Virginia Latest State to Consider Article V Application recently reported that Virginia is the latest State (of twenty) that is shortly considering an application for Article V application. A number of high-profile individuals are pushing hard for passage, including talk radio host Mark Levin, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, and former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. This collective movement appears to be […]

Palin Lays Out Her Case for Obama’s Impeachment

After initially calling for Obama’s impeachment — with a subsequent rebuttal from the House Speaker — Sarah Palin doubles down on her call for impeachment by taking to the op-ed page of FoxNews (major highlights below): The Constitution provides the remedy for a president who commits “high crimes and misdemeanors.” It’s impeachment. To be clear, […]

Unannounced Candidate in the Ultimate Rogue Campaign?

The above video courtesy @RealClearScott. What is Sarah Palin up to? A couple of worthy reads might help point the way (as if the video weren’t enough). The first is from Conservatives4Palin; it’s a short read, with only two paragraphs copied here: …They [Obama, liberals] would tell people, “You know why you have it so bad. […]

Eligibility Media Wall: The Issue Everyone Loves to Hate

It is the issue that everyone knows exists but that most people would prefer to not talk about. Perhaps it’s the fact that Donald Trump has breathed new life into the issue — so much so that it’s taking a lot of the air out of the room, perhaps to the chagrin of many a […]

2010: Year of the Women

“Will the media call this the year of the woman?:” While AR Democratic Senatorial nominee Blanche Lincoln beat back the left in her primary (no, really: “Organized labor just flushed $10 million down the toilet“), all bets are that she’ll be losing her seat on November 2 “Arkansas Primary Result in 28 Characters (not counting […]

#IAmTheMob: Sarah Palin goes “Rogue” and Hits #1 on Amazon, B&N in Pre-Sales

Back in July, I had reported on then-Governor Sarah Palin’s (R-AK) resignation (a nice farewell here) and some initial thoughts from across the blogosphere (and from me) on what her plans for the future were. Today, however, we can certainly see where her ideas are likely to go, as her first autobiographical book — all […]