She couldn’t seem to care less.
Conservatives need to realize that high-profile attacks against Donald Trump ultimately benefit Hillary Clinton.
We’ve become a less serious country and we haven’t taught our children about what happened in September of 2001.
Conservatives4Palin editor explains why he accepted John Ziegler’s $100,000 bet that Palin won’t be elected president, refutes Ziegler’s account of events.
Someone has (sort of) taken me up on my bet that Palin won’t get elected president.
Ziegler responds to criticism of “The Sarah Palin I Know” and challenges critics to take him up on a bet.
JOHN ZIEGLER: 'The Sarah Palin I Know' - TheDC Opinion
Palin’s ‘media defender’ says a presidential run would be a disaster for Republicans
Ziegler discusses the problems that the new Palin movie could run into, and explains why he found Frank Bailey’s new book interesting.
The myth of Sarah Palin's stupidity - TheDC Opinion
Where did the media narrative that Palin is dumb come from?
The truth never really had a chance.
Donald Trump has already had a lasting impact on the 2012 election.
Exclusive: Review of 'The Kennedys' miniseries - TheDC Opinion
Filmmaker John Ziegler, who attended last night’s Hollywood premiere of the controversial miniseries about the Kennedy family, explains why “The Kennedys” is a must-see.
How a witty eight-second sound bite overcame a botched three-minute closing statement.
“Larry King Live” is now off the air, but the show’s insidious legacy — softball interview questions — will live on.
Barbara Walter’s interview of Sarah Palin was such a textbook example of media bias, it bordered on parody. But few people know the full story.
Palin’s evasive response to the question, “What do you read?” in her 2008 interview with Katie Couric wasn’t stupid — it was an understandable dodge.
The back story on director John Ziegler’s controversial appearance on CNN’s “Parker Spitzer.”
Conservatives need to do a better job of defending their spokespeople.
Why Obama won’t beat Palin in 2012 - Daily Caller Opinion
Here’s a hint: Because she’s not running!
It is quite possible that with the media playing their siren’s song, her fans chanting “run, Sarah, run!,” her obsequious advisors hoping for campaign jobs, and with the specter of being the first female nominated for president tantalizingly within her grasp, the temptation may just be too great for her or any other human to resist. If she is able to do so, it will forever prove that media’s narrative about her could not be more wrong.