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Palin: Attacks from those haters out there only invigorates me

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 28, 2014

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Governor Palin appeared on FOX Business yesterday.  Host Stuart Varney asked her if the personal attacks directed against her had caused her to withdraw from politics.  She said that on the contrary, they invigorate her, and that she hopes to run for office in the future.  She said she has to keep in mind that other people  have it a lot tougher than the Palins.  Governor Palin said that liberals are very intolerant of those who disagree with them and “want to crush us’ through the tactics of personal destruction.   She criticized the Democratic Party’s “war on women”  and Hillary Clinton and Obama’s dismissiveness of those who have built businesses and employed people.  She said that the conservative free market side of the GOP is the common sense side of the Party and when free enterprise is stymied we get the economic problems we are seeing today.

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Gov. Palin on Ebola: If only Obama would put America first this time!

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 28, 2014

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Video retrieved from sarahnettoo

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook  page last night:

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I enjoyed talking On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, and you can catch the replay of it later tonight. In discussing the response to Ebola, I made the point that every crisis will be capitalized on by a liberal federal government as an excuse to expand government authority. The Obama administration made clear early on that they abide by the Alinsky tactic to “never let a crisis go to waste.” The latest crisis has been drummed up by their incompetent reaction to the spread of Ebola. The purpose of any crisis for them is to ultimately exert more control over people as more Americans become fearful; the “solution” they’ll offer will be another false big government promise: “Hey, little people, just give up more freedom in exchange for our promise of a little security!” Obviously with this Washington liberal M.O. we are losing both.

We do need to keep each level of government accountable. I agree with state governors who are filling this Obama leadership void and setting rules to tackle Ebola because the leader of the country cannot do it, and the 10th Amendment protects states rights in a case like this. But beware of allowing any level of government (especially the federal government) even an inch more power over the people. Liberals can turn that inch into the LAST mile toward statism. That’s why politics must be excised from the Ebola issue, and the medical and scientific community must be listened to by the Obama Administration. They MUST put Americans first, and we must not buy into any hysteria as we calmly yet aggressively keep the Ebola virus out of our country.
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– Sarah Palin

 

 

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Gov. Palin: Iowa, please vote for the tough-enough candidate, Joni Ernst!

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 27, 2014

Video retrieved from Americans for Prosperity

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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Gov. Palin: Americans are finally waking up to the con job of “man-made climate change”

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 27, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

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More people are waking up to the global warming con. The latest voice of reason is the Weather Channel founder who recently declared that the so-called science proving global warming is man-made is not valid. The global warming hysteria is to this century what eugenics was to the last. So much of it is junk science that will inevitably be discredited once the hysteria dies down and actual science prevails.

In the meantime, don’t buy into the global warming con simply because it’s hip with celebrities and limousine liberals who consume more fuel and emit more emissions bee-bopping around in their private jets and multiple mansions than the rest of us ever will. We could have more respect for these folks if they behaved in their private lives as if global warming really is as catastrophic as they publicly claim it is.

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http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/10/24/Science-Behind-Man-Made-Global-Warming-Not-Valid-Says-Weather-Channel-Founder

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Here’s a short video from Sarah Palin Channel on this topic:

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– Sarah Palin

Here is the article by Donna Rachel Edmunds at Breitbart News that Goveror Palin linked to:

Man-Made Global Warming ‘A Myth’, Says Weather Channel Founder

24 Oct 2014

Man-made climate change is a myth and all efforts to prove its existence have failed, according to Weather Channel founder John Coleman. The award winning weatherman, whose career spans over sixty years, drew on the support of over 9,000 Ph.D. scientists to claim that “the science [purportedly proving man made global warming] is not valid”.

His remarks were made in an open letter to the Hammer Forum, which hosts a series of discussion panels at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Yesterday the forum played host to Michael Mann, creator of the infamous and widely debunked ‘hockey stick graph’ which claimed that global temperature was on a rapid upward trajectory, and Brenda Ekwurzel, who has lobbied for stronger climate legislation in the States. The letter was published in full on climate blog Watts Up With That.

“At your October 23 Hammer Forum on Climate Change you have scheduled as your only speakers two people who continue to present the failed science as though it is the final and complete story on global warming/climate change. This is major mistake,” Coleman wrote.

“It is important to have those who attend know that there is no climate crisis. The ocean is not rising significantly. The polar ice is increasing, not melting away. Polar Bears are increasing in number. Heat waves have actually diminished, not increased.

“There is not an uptick in the number or strength of storms (in fact storms are diminishing). I have studied this topic seriously for years. It has become a political and environment agenda item, but the science is not valid.”

The letter also names four Ph.D. scientists and a further “9,000 other Ph.D. scientists” who “all agree” that “There is no significant man-made global warming at this time, there has been none in the past and there is no reason to fear any in the future,” and that “Efforts to prove the theory that carbon dioxide is a significant “greenhouse” gas and pollutant causing significant warming or weather effects have failed. There has been no warming over 18 years.”

Dr William Happer, a climate expert from Princeton University and one of the scientists Mr Coleman references by name told The Express that he agreed with Mr Coleman, adding: “No chemical compound in the atmosphere has a worse reputation than CO2, thanks to the single-minded demonisation of this natural and essential atmospheric gas by advocates of government control and energy production.

“The incredible list of supposed horrors that increasing carbon dioxide will bring the world is pure belief disguised as science.”

This morning EU leaders agreed to cut carbon emissions by 40 percent by 2030, and increase renewables to 27 percent of the energy mix. Herman Van Rompuy, who chairs the European Council took to Twitter to exclaim “Deal! At least 40 percent emissions cut by 2030. World’s most ambitious, cost-effective, fair #EU2030 climate energy policy agreed,” and said the deal was “Good news for climate, citizens health, international climate, sustainable jobs, energy security and competitiveness.”

The Brussels-based think tank Open Europe warned that the new agreement will add another £150 a year onto household energy bills, on top of the £59 a year that EU energy policy already costs British citizens. Commenting on the figures, Open Europe’s Head of Economic Research, Raoul Ruparel said: “Despite admirable goals the EU’s green policies have imposed huge costs but delivered limited benefit and are marred by conflicting objectives.

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Gov. Palin wishes her mother, Bristol, and Jean a happy birthday

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 26, 2014

We’re not exactly sure who Jean is, but we at SPIB want to wish all 3 ladies a very happy birthday and many blessings for the years ahead.  (Bristol’s birthday was October 18.)

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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Happy Birthday Mom, Bristol & Jean!

We claim it’s all about the cake, but really the celebration of your birthdays is all about you three wonderful ladies who exemplify strength, work ethic, and far above par generosity. We all admire you!

Happy birthday with love,

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The Whole Family (6 photos)

More photos here.

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Gov. Palin: Alaska first! It’s time.

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 25, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

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Alaska Wins With Independence; Stepping Aside for the Greater Good

Our family is proud to support Bill Walker to lead Alaska! Bill Walker, Byron Mallott, and their families joined with ours and other Alaskans in Todd’s airplane hangar this week in a show of true Alaskan support, complete with a potlatch brimming with salmon, moose, and caribou hors d’oeuvres. Life-long Alaskans Bill and Byron have proven that they truly have our state’s heart and believe in putting Alaska first and ignoring status quo politics that get in the way of Alaska’s destiny. This is refreshing and productive, and Alaska wins when Team Walker wins! This unity ticket came about when winners of their respective primary races selflessly stepped aside for the sake of Alaska! This is rarely done in politics and proves that this strong independent ticket represents an Alaskan-sized heart, putting people over party machine politics and Alaskans over egos.

Bill’s blue collar history and professional experience in practicing law fit perfectly with policies to move our state forward by developing our abundant natural resources. He and Byron are proven fiscal conservatives who know state government’s recent practice of deficit spending will halt development and make us dependent on a dysfunctional federal government.

The Last Frontier’s destiny as the nation’s leader in energy development, which will lead to Alaskan independence while helping secure our union, can only be fulfilled with decisive leadership that puts our residents first. The ability to move us forward by empowering a thriving private sector takes unifying action. Too many long-awaited projects and challenges – like the National Guard scandal – are made worse because of indecisive leadership, and that’s debilitating. We can’t afford to put development on the back burner while other states and nations surpass our opportunities, and we can’t sweep ethics problems under the table.

Unfortunately, in desperation to halt Team Walker’s momentum, lies are running rampant. Sadly, one such lie is about their faith. Don’t believe the million dollar Outside money ads perpetuating misrepresentations; just ask the guys themselves where they stand. For example, on the issue of respecting a culture of life, a pro-family group is grossly misrepresenting Bill’s position. He is unapologetically pro-life. Groups, individuals, and incumbent politicians telling you otherwise are untruthful, and that says everything about their character. Shame on people who know better and are in positions to counter lies but turn a blind eye instead. This kind of politics of personal destruction is why our country is hurting; adding to the pain are attempts here in Alaska to destroy a good man. Participants in this do not deserve your support.

I’m proud of the ethics reform my administration ushered in, and I know Bill and Byron will re-start and build on that with an independent spirit beholden only to the people of Alaska, not to any political party. Nothing’s been handed to these guys. They’ve worked alongside us all over the state in true Alaskan spirit and know the value of a good job. They want that for every Alaskan family! So our diverse family, enjoying years of connections with both candidates, take a stand for Bill and Byron’s unity team. It’s time to get our state back on track to fiscal discipline so we can grow with the surplus Alaska had enjoyed under my administration.

Please support Walker/Mallott on November 4th. Alaska First! It’s time.

- Sarah Palin

PS: Click here for more information on this great team: http://www.walkerforalaska.com/

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Gov. Palin: We need to elect people in November who will buck Obama’s mission to open our borders

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page tonight:

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Palin: Exec Amnesty Endangers Foreign Kids, ‘Makes No Sense’
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Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) argued that President Barack Obama was putting children from Central America by failing to secure the border and that an executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants would put them in greater danger on Thursday.

Here is the article by Ian Hanchett at Breitbart TV that Governor Palin linked to:

Palin: Exec Amnesty Endangers Foreign Kids, ‘Makes No Sense’

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23 Oct 2014

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Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) argued that President Barack Obama was putting children from Central America by failing to secure the border and that an executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants would put them in greater danger on Thursday.

“Young people from across Central America are making a dangerous trek to America, flooding the border, overwhelming our social services.  Yet, we still don’t protect our borders” she said.  Adding that executive amnesty “makes no sense,” “for the health and welfare of the tens of thousands of foreign children who risk death to flood across our open border.  He’s inviting them over, he’s putting them in danger via his invitation to come on over.”

She also pointed to the harms of failing to secure the border to national security and the US economy, stating,  “The world’s largest and most powerful terrorist group has vowed to attack the United States…yet we don’t protect our borders, so we can’t stop this.” And “hard-working Americans have struggled to find good work and they do find good work [they find] that wages are low and they just can’t seem to get ahead.  Why?  It’s partly because the flood of illegal immigration makes labor cheap, so cheap that it’s hard to make a living.”

Palin argued that the president’s actions on immigration were simply the president playing politics, and that he “wants to pander to special interests.”

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Gov. Palin: Americans fighting for ISIS should lose their passports and citizenship

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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There are so many important issues in the news cycle right now, but please take a moment to watch this short video about a serious national security issue that deserves serious attention.

- Sarah Palin

PS: More content like this is available regularly at sarahpalinchannel.com. Please check it out.

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Video retrieved from The Sarah Palin Channel

 
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In the video, Governor Palin cites the fact that there are at least 100 Americans fighting for ISIS in the Middle East.  She said that their passports are not revoked because of a loophole in the law that requires passport revocation  if an American fights against this country in the army of another nation.  The loophole is that ISIS is not considered by our government to be a nation even though it is behaving as one.
Senator Ted Cruz is presenting legislation to change the laws so that these traitors cannot regain access to our country or those of our allies.  However, he is being blocked by (whom else?) but Harry Reid.  Obama is refusing to cooperate as well.
Governor Palin said, “Traitors should lose their passports and the right to be called citizens of the United States of America.”  She is right as usual.  Conservatives need to stand behind Senator Cruz and those who are protecting the security of our country.

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Sarah Palin warns CNN’s Zucker to “get ahold of your underlings”

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 24, 2014

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Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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I thought I’d seen it all, but this one leaves me with that punch-in-the-gut, flabbergasted shock that I can’t shake anymore while witnessing the media’s free fall into that damaging darkness covering America. The media is at fault for so many aspects of the division and hopelessness running rampant in our society. It’s not the people – it’s the media perpetuating a sense of injustice and despair, resulting in apathy or desperation in homes and communities all across our country. The degradation falls on your shoulders, media principals. Though many have tried to give CNN the benefit of the doubt with their overall news coverage (in fact I’ve even been happy to publicly point out issues CNN has fairly covered), shame on us if we continue to support their unprofessional, hypocritical, and unethical news coverage. It’s truly sickening, yet strangely laughable, their underestimation of the wisdom of their audience. Compare these two videos Bristol highlighted in her latest blog post:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/compare-these-two-videos-2/

This example makes me physically sick because they spit in the face of every American who has fought for freedom and sacrificed to protect everyone’s First Amendment rights. It’s not because this issue involves my daughter; it’s because Carol Costella, her ilk, and her boss are disgustingly dismissive and disrespectful of the sacrifices made that allow them a platform from which to broadcast their hate and stupidity. CNN is lucky to have their few outstanding employees that shine through the darkness that is CNN. I admire the good ones, and hope they land at more deserving companies when CNN goes under. Zucker, not for my sake, but for the sake of a cornerstone of our democracy—the press—get ahold of your underlings. They make you look really, really bad, and they are ruining America.

- Sarah Palin

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Please compare these two videos.And now watch this one:I just wanted you to see that contrast. I don’t want to comment
patheos.com

Also see our previous post:

CNN apologizes to Politico but not to the Palins for Costello’s repugnant on air behavior

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CNN apologizes to Politico but not to the Palins for Costello’s repugnant on air behavior

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 23, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page this evening:

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Please take a look at Bristol’s recent blog posts for her story, not the media’s story of what really happened last month:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/the-truth-about-the-palin-brawl-the-media-reveals-its-bias-against-conservative-women-once-again/

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/10/cnn-anchor-mocks-my-assault-the-best-audio-weve-ever-come-across/

I understand that the CNN host who laughed at my daughter describing her assault has issued an apology to Politico. (Why Politico needs an apology is anyone’s guess. No one at CNN contacted my family regarding an apology, in case you were wondering. CNN contacts us directly on a regular basis with inquiries and requests for comment, so it’s not for lack of contact information that they didn’t reach out. But perhaps Carol Costello should phone Martin Bashir. He knows how to reach us.)

What happened on the night in question wasn’t funny. It was humiliating and frightening. The broken ribs, black eyes, and messed up elbows and knees suffered by people in our party that night were no laughing matter. Neither were Bristol’s bruises on her arms and leg from being dragged by a man. My kids aren’t proud of what happened, nor are they seeking sympathy by playing the victim card – that’s why they haven’t commented on this for all these weeks. Instead, they had to have faith that the truth would come out, despite those who did the cold-cocking actually using social media to brag, “’bout to get famous!” Screen shots of tweets captured their bold intentions, and they’ve certainly enjoyed the publicity.

Looking at the reports, it strikes me as bitterly ironic that the same people who tell us there is a “war on women” have no problem laughing at the recording of my daughter crying as she tells police about being assaulted by a man. I’d like to say shame on the media and those on the left laughing at her or at any young woman in a similar situation, but I no longer think they have any shame.

Now Todd and I are headed to an exciting middle school girl’s basketball game along with dozens of other families proud to cheer on their daughters.

- Sarah Palin

Noah Rothman writes at Hot Air:

Matt Lewis shames the press for laughing at Bristol Palin’s physical assault

posted at 8:01 am on October 23, 2014 by Noah Rothman

Apparently, the usual sober and fraught political commentary that often accompanies episodes of physical violence directed toward women disappears when the subject of that violence is a Palin.

The political press had a hearty chuckle at the expense of the Palins when it first broke that the former first family of Alaska was involved in an alcohol-fueled brawl. The “thrilla in Wasilla,” some called it. One might, however, have expected the laughter to die down after local police released audio of Bristol Palin who described through hysterical tears how she had been assaulted, dragged through the grass, and robbed. It did not.

“[E]very time you see John McCain on television, remember that this is what he intended to bring within a heart beat of the presidency,” wrote a pathologically obsessed Andrew Sullivan in reaction to the audio which purports to reveal a physical assault. “This is the man’s judgment. As he lectures us about the need for more wars, and the Beltway media kowtows to his authority, remember that.”

National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke noted that Sullivan has heaped far less scorn on the sitting vice president whose son was recently revealed to have engaged in illegal activities which resulted in his discharge from the Navy – activities for which “he is unlikely to face so much as an interview with the police.” How’s that for inequality?

But Cooke focuses primarily on an even stronger point, one which was first observed by The Daily Caller’s Matt Lewis: Where are the feminists rending garments over the callous way in which a physical assault on a woman by a man is being portrayed in the press?

“Anyone who is concerned about a ‘war on women’ — but not disturbed by this report — is clearly biased,” Lewis wrote.

Enter CNN anchor Carol Costello.

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“Sit back and enjoy!” Costello exclaimed as she introduced her audience recently to the audio in which Bristol Palin recounts how she was attacked. “You’ll want to hear what she told cops about how it all started.”

Costello also confided in her audience that she had a “favorite part” of the audio which could later become courtroom evidence. Ghoulish.

The overwhelming sense of superiority some in the press feel toward the Palins simply clouds their better judgment. Costello would surely see the error of her ways if she were to read her disparate reactions to these two strikingly similar events, but, in the heat of the moment, she did not see Sarah Palin’s daughter as a women who had endured a physical assault; she saw her as a caricature worthy of mockery.

In an appearance on MSNBC on Thursday morning, Lewis joined a group of contrite Morning Joe hosts who conceded that they, too, initially covered the Palin “brawl” as a joke. “It did definitely have a humorous tone to it,” Brzezinski conceded. Lewis had shamed them into penitence.

“What happened to her is horrific, and I don’t think we should be joking about it,” Lewis said to the somber nods of his interlocutors.

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Paul Bond at the Hollywood Reporter writes:

CNN Anchor Apologizes for Report About Palin Family Brawl

2:10 PM PST 10/23/2014 by Paul Bond

Carol Costello

After rather gleefully reporting that a man pushed Bristol Palin to the ground and dragged her across a lawn, CNN anchor Carol Costello has issued an apology.

“Over the past few days I have been roundly criticized for joking about a brawl involving the Palin family. In retrospect, I deserve such criticism and would like to apologize,” Costello said in an email CNN sent to The Hollywood Reporter.

Insiders, though, say the anchor has not reached out directly to the Palin family.

The criticism was over Costello’s introduction and follow-up comments to audio of Bristol Palin describing a brawl that broke out while her family attended a birthday party a month ago. Costello’s report Wednesday was made timely by the recent release of the audio from Bristol Palin’s police interview the night of the fight.

“Okay, I’m just going to come right out and say it. This is quite possibly the best minute-and-a-half of audio we’ve ever come across,” Costello says while introducing the segment. She also said, “Sit back and enjoy,” and after the clip, said: “You can thank me later.” See the video below.

“Some guy gets in my face, pushes me down on the grass, drags me across the grass,” an obviously distraught Bristol Palin tells a cop in the audio clip. “I get back up and he pushes me down on the grass again and pulls me by the [expletive] feet.”

The political right’s reaction to the way Costello framed her report was harsh and swift.

“I suspect if these were Barack Obama’s girls in the same situation, Costello would be defending them instead of laughing at them,” says T. Becket Adams at TheRightScoop.com.

Bristol Palin also weighed in, writing: “Here’s the thing. Violence against women is never okay… Even if that violence occurs against conservative women. Imagine for a second the outrage that would happen if Chelsea Clinton had gotten pushed by some guy. Had she tried to defend herself, the liberal media would’ve held her up as some feminist hero.”

Bristol Palin, in fact, gives her version of the entire brawl, which she says began when one of the guests at the party tweeted, “about to get famous,” then slugged a family friend of the Palins at the party.

Costello’s report, though, is just the latest in a long line of complaints from conservatives about how the fight has been portrayed in the media, beginning with a blogger who acknowledged that her details were “sketchy” before belittling the Palins.

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The discrepancy has been widely noted in conservative media. “Why would we expect the media to wait for facts before the frenzy?” asked John Nolte at Breitbart.com in an article linking to early reports about the fight from CNN, ABC News, Good Morning America. Entertainment Tonight and The Washington Post. “I guess you could argue that the media frenzy would be legitimate if the story had been confirmed. But all this emanated from an anti-Palin gossip blogger who admitted she didn’t care about the truth and had no desire to discover the truth.”

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