Tag: Alaska

Palin still undecided about seeking the GOP presidential nomination: If the nail decided to malinger, it would not pierce butter

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on July 18, 2011 0 Comments
Palin still undecided about seeking the GOP presidential nomination: If the nail decided to malinger, it would not pierce butter

Is this the end of Sarah Palin‘s honeymoon with super-conservative groups? The former Alaskan governor — who is still undecided whether to seek the GOP presidential nomination — has raised just a small amount of money compared to when she was “hot” and all over the news. This is a sign that, slowly, she is being […]

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Is Palin running for president or not? Women and glass are always in danger

Filed in Politics by on May 31, 2011 0 Comments
Is Palin running for president or not? Women and glass are always in danger

Is she running or not? Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin, who has been quiet for a while, is back in the news. The GOP cannot find someone capable of beating President Obama next year. The golden women of the Tea Party are signaling that they are willing to step in.  Living in a very mysogynist society, Sarah Palin will face […]

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Alaskan Supreme Court rules against Tea Party candidate Joe Miller: He who does not admit defeat is not a good sportsman

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 24, 2010 2 Comments
Alaskan Supreme Court rules against Tea Party candidate Joe Miller: He who does not admit defeat is not a good sportsman

Finally, the Alaskan Supreme Court has ruled against Tea Party candidate Joe Miller in his appeal after losing the election to Lisa Murkowski. Losing after winning the Republican Senate primaries must be hard to swallow. If Joe Miller was in a developing country, he would certainly claim massive fraud. If Joe Miller runs again in the […]

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Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 26, 2010 0 Comments
Palin on the attack: A woman’s strength is a multitude of words

Have you seen former first lady Barbara Bush on Larry King advising Sarah Palin to stay in Alaska and not run for president in 2012? Clearly President George W. Bush’s mother does talk frankly when asked about the Tea Party leader. Known for her tit-for-tat political skills, the former governor of Alaska responded by calling the Bushs […]

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Palin kicks off book tour (and likely her bid for president): Be aware of a woman with a sweet tongue, she can lead you to buying bad meat

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 23, 2010 0 Comments
Palin kicks off book tour (and likely her bid for president): Be aware of a woman with a sweet tongue, she can lead you to buying bad meat

The 2012 US presidential election campaign has started, at least for Sarah Palin. She has already scheduled her book tour to promote “America by Heart,” her latest book. What is fascinating about this woman is the way she plays America. The timing of her new book is certainly not by chance. Those who accuse her of […]

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Murkowski wins Senate race: Any dead fish can flow down the river, but it takes a live one to swim back up stream

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 18, 2010 1 Comment
Murkowski wins Senate race: Any dead fish can flow down the river, but it takes a live one to swim back up stream

Lisa Murkowski has won the Republican Senate seat in Alaska, beating Tea Party Express candidate Joe Miller. Her write-in bid for the US Senate has been criticized by her opponents after her loss in the GOP primaries. Joe Miller’s loss is a shared loss for him and Sarah Palin. Palin and Murkowski seem to have bad blood […]

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Sarah Palin, the ultimate self-promoter: Good things sell themselves, those that are bad have to be advertised

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics, Sarah Palin by on November 16, 2010 0 Comments
Sarah Palin, the ultimate self-promoter: Good things sell themselves, those that are bad have to be advertised

What is wrong with America? Sarah Palin, the ultimate self-promoter, is on TV again, this time with a special series on TLC. The first show had an estimated 4.6 million viewers. Like a wind sock, 4.6 million people did not resist the temptation to see the show. If you do not want to see something on TV, then […]

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Politics should take lessons from sports: Defeat is not failure, but trailing is total failure

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on September 18, 2010 1 Comment
Politics should take lessons from sports: Defeat is not failure, but trailing is total failure

Things are heating up in Alaska between the Murkowski family and the Palin family. After her bloody defeat in the GOP primary a few days ago, close confidents of Senator Lisa Murkowski are saying that she is launching a write-in campaign. Clearly, the Senator is holding anger against the Tea Party. Definitely, her decision could hurt the Tea […]

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Levi Johnston as mayor? A butterfly thinks itself a bird because it can fly

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on August 12, 2010 0 Comments
Levi Johnston as mayor? A butterfly thinks itself a bird because it can fly

It is hard not to laugh about Levi Johnston. He is thinking about running for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska — the same post that his ex-fiancee’s mother Sarah “Baracuda” Palin held before becoming Governor. Everyone has a right to dream. But a bad dream can be a nightmare. America has created Levi Johnston, and now […]

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Ted Stevens dead: The good milking cow is praised after her death

Filed in Current affairs by on August 11, 2010 1 Comment
Ted Stevens dead: The good milking cow is praised after her death

The death of former Alaska senator Ted Stevens is like an earthquake. He was one of the most visible figures in American politics. Who could believe that this man who survived one airplane crash died on another airplane crash? Destiny is just something that we as humans cannot control. The 86 year old had a […]

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