The producers of the HBO TV series True Blood, who have made their show into a long-term, persistent attack on conservatives, Southerners, and Christians, attempted to lure former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin into appearing in an episode in which the term used to describe a conservative Republican woman was “Republi-cunt.” Breitbart News reports: “The brilliant minds of ‘True Blood’ were brazen enough to ask me to do a cameo on their show, apparently so they could insult a conservative woman in person instead of just all conservative women in general,” Palin told Breitbart News. …continue reading
As time goes by, more folks on the Right realize that there’s more to America than what happens inside the DC Beltway. Furthermore, they are beginning to discover that what happens in New York and Hollywood drives what happens in Washington DC. Fox News Channel political commentator and columnist Andrea Tantaros is one of these folks, and she has a radical idea for the person many would consider conservatism’s brightest star: Forget politics and go into daytime television. Sarah Palin, Tantaros argues, is too great a lightening rod to be effective politically. Were she to run in 2012, Palin …continue reading
The widespread dissemination of a blatantly false story about Alaska governor Sarah Palin shows the poor standards and serious biases of the mainstream media, not the blogosphere.
Entertainment industry executives are pondering how best to exploit Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin after next week’s elections. That’s further proof of the woman’s compelling integrity.
Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin achieved the highest ratings in several years for two major TV network comedy shows in the past few days.
Trailing in the polls, Republican presidential ticket Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin have turned their attention to a crucial battleground: TV comedy shows.
Week two of NBC’s sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live was a great improvement over the season premiere episode—and avoided the political partisanship that marred that earlier effort.
Saturday Night Live’s season-opening episode was marred by blatant political partisanship and was surprisingly uninspired overall.
The media reaction to Sarah Palin may look like a culture war or a clash of civilizations, but it’s really just politics as usual.