Bruce Crumley of Time Magazine offers the often hilarious "Marine Le Pen And Sarah Palin: Who Is More Extreme?" (link). While Crumley does at least realize some of Palin's policies, others he isn't that clear on:
Sarah Palin and Fox News anchor Eric Bolling offer "Paying at the Pump", video is below. It's like being transported back to the 1800s and watching traveling snakeoil salespeople at work, complete with what appear to be shills in the audience and "experts" from groups that receive funding from oil companies.
Sarah Palin will be guest-hosting the NBC Today Show on Tuesday, April 3, 2012. She'll be going up against the ever-perky Katie Couric, who'll be guest-hosting ABC's "Good Morning America" all the same week.
And, no, none of that is an April Fool's joke. Palin tells Breitbart News: "I see this as a good opportunity to bring an independent, common-sense conservative perspective to NBC. We’re 'going rogue' and infiltrating some turf for a day"
Palin was also asked about her ABC competition, and responded: "Game on."
I never thought I'd be writing to you, but an incident recently occurred that I thought I'd share.
I used to be a U.S. Senator. I can't reveal the details, but my name is Arlen Specter and I'm from Pennsylvania. In my new memoir Life Among the Cannibals: A Political Career, a Tea Party Uprising, and the End of Governing As We Know It, I say the following (page 156, hat tip HuffPost):
For your education/amusement/bemusement, here are some videos of Sarah Palin's speech at CPAC 2012 (the "Conservative Political Action Conference"). These videos will be updated as newer versions become available.
Note that Sara Palin is interrupted at one point by protesters who are then drowned out by chants of "USA, USA, USA".
On the video below, Sarah Palin says that Occupy Wall Street wants their own bailout, just like Wall Street. While I haven't heard any of them say that they want, for instance, a cash payment from the government, I guess if you squint just the right way what she said might be partially true.
Their "bailout" might consist of things like forgiving student loan debt. It might also consist of ncreasing government spending on the quaternary and quinary (or further) sectors of the economy that #OccupyWallStreet are primarily involved in.
Sarah Palin appeared at today's Teaparty rally in Wisconsin and as can be seen in the screengrab below, she's standing in front of a banner promoting "Americans for Prosperity" and standing at a podium proclaiming "I Am AFP!"
AFP is funded by the billionaire Koch Brothers, owners of Koch Industries. Most on the left oppose them because of their funding of (supposed) conservative causes, including professional global warming deniers and advocates against social welfare programs.