The California governor gushes about Obama
In continuing to address "Hurricane Scandy," Stewart had to admit that Republicans has something with the IRS and Benghazi dust-ups. He even proposed teaming up with Fox News! But you know who still doesn't get to take a GOP victory lap? Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney.
She blotted out John McCain's name to go "incognito," but claims the fracas has forced her to come home early
Shatner was giving a dramatic reading of Palin's book on the Conan O'Brien Show
Bloggers are outraged she was granted space for an anti-Copenhagen column
Andrew gets a "lefty gift basket" and Levi dishes about his gay fans
Why the former governor was right to commute Maurice Clemmons's sentence
A fleeting moment of solidarity between press and Palin
Andrew Sullivan, tireless Palin critic, wants answers
Newsweek's Jon Meacham thinks it would be "good for America," but even a Bush-era Republican disagrees
A man pardoned by the former Arkansas governor nine years ago is now wanted for the murder of four Washington state police officers
Afghanistan, Republican purges, and Huckabee's 2012 situation
Alternative takes on Reagan's importance in the 21st century
Personal conflict, "visceral power," and a uniquely American strain of populism, for starters
A poll shows him barely ahead in the Republican Senate primary
Palin's book includes no index, so many outlets made their own. The Wire indexes the indexes.
A champion argues that Sarah Palin's beliefs are more nuanced and complex than her critics allow
The pre-memoir media blitz isn't just about books. It's about getting even.
Commentators can't help reading deeply into snippets of Palin's upcoming memoir
Days after losing NY-23, the Republican Party welcomes a far-right protest on the national mall
The defeat in NY-23 claims the war's first casualty and foreshadows more infighting
After the elections, analysts debate the grassroots, libertarians, anti-Democrats, "regular people" and more
Dede Scozzafava's dramatic 11th-hour dropout has pundits claiming victory for the left and right
Will the projected winner of Virginia's gubernatorial race launch a new Republican revolution?
In the battle for tomorrow's GOP, the former speaker of the house isn't gaining any ground with grassroots conservatives
After his latest attack, exasperated pundits say Cheney's vendettas have gone 'primitive,' 'selfish,' and 'pathological'
Republican tactics of opposition, purity and discipline come under scrutiny
South Carolina Republicans defend Sen. DeMint by comparing him to penny-pinching Jews
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