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Archive for March 4th, 2010

Sarah Palin A One Girl Revolution!

Posted by Gary P Jackson on March 4, 2010

If one needs proof that Sarah Palin is a force of nature, they need to look no further than this week’s goings on!

As you read here yesterday, Sarah was a huge hit on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. She was engaging, charming, and surprising. Surprising in the fact she made her stand up comedy debut. Not surprising though was the fact she was good at it. Sarah is a natural at this sort of thing. Of course, ratings for the show were huge. She helped Leno beat their arch-nemesis David Letterman in a blowout.

Of course, with Sarah there is always more to the story. I’ve seen multitaskers in my life, but this woman may be the best at it. She always makes the absolute most of every trip somewhere. She is a model of efficiency. Every trip will have multiple purposes, multiple results. Some would say this model of efficiency alone would make her an idea candidate for the presidency. Sarah doesn’t waste time, or motion.

Ok, lets start this off by talking about her new book. Tommy Report over at Conservatives4Palin has this for us:

Sarah Palin is ready for the next chapter of her publishing career.

Publisher HarperCollins announced Wednesday that the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate is working on a “celebration of American virtues and strengths.” The book is currently untitled and no release date has been set.

Palin’s memoir, “Going Rogue,” released last fall by HarperCollins, has sold more than 2 million copies. Her new work will “include selections from classic and contemporary readings that have inspired her, as well as portraits of some of the extraordinary men and women she admires and who embody her love of country, faith, and family,” the publisher’s statement reads.

She will also draw from her personal experience to amplify these timely — and timeless— themes.”

In an e-mail Wednesday, HarperCollins publisher Jonathan Burnham said that “a number of ideas and concepts” were explored with Palin. “This is the idea which appealed the most to her,” he said, adding that she is currently “gathering ideas and identifying favorite texts and examples.”

Sarah Palin’s best selling book, Going Rogue, An American Life, has been called one of the best policy books out there, and indeed if one reads it they will understand exactly what kind of leader Sarah Palin is, and how she would lead the nation, what her philosophy on management is. Going Rogue was a look back though. A “where we have been” sort of tome. Sarah was building a foundation.

Look for the new book to be exactly what she promised at the end of Going Rogue: a look forward. Obviously we have no idea of what the finished work will look like, but judging on her previous works, and the projects she is currently involved in, you can bet the book will serve as a blueprint for the future, a positive way forward.

My guess is this will serve as her launching point for the 2012 campaign, but that is just pure speculation.

Now here comes more news and frankly nothing but complete hilarity from the left. Again, Sarah made the most of her trip to L.A. by multitasking. News came out yesterday that Sarah was shopping a “reality show” while in town.

Predictably, this made the left wing media simply loose it’s mind. Frankly, some on the right as well.

You mention reality show and people naturally conjure up images of some pretty sorry TV viewing. There are any number of time wasters out there.

Here’s the deal, Sarah is not shopping a “reality show!” Far from it. This from Reuters:

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Sarah Palin — reality TV star?

The former Alaska governor is teaming with uber-producer Mark Burnett (“Survivor“) to shop a reality series about her home state, network sources confirm. Palin and Burnett made the rounds at least three of the major broadcasters (NBC, ABC and Fox) while in Los Angeles for her taping of “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” this week.

Palin and her family would be on-camera in the show, which one executive described as “‘Planet Earth’ meets Alaska meets her family,” referring to Discovery’s high-definition nature hit.

There’s an awful lot of interest in her,” one executive said. “As a short-order series, it might work. It would depend on what kind of footage you get.”

Now the left is going crazy because they are ignorant and can’t read. No where in this press release does this thing talk about a “reality show” as we know it. Of course, the usual suspects in the media tried to spin it as such. Even Reuters tried to give off that vibe with their headline.

What disturbed me when the news broke was the reaction from some of the folks on our side of the fence. I guess we should be used to the eeyores by now, those that see a catastrophe in everything Sarah announces. Time and time again, some of the weaker among us just go into full panic mode when Sarah does something that doesn’t fit the mold, doesn’t adhere to their preconceived notions of how a politician should act. Or more to the point how she should act.

Funny thing, it’s Sarah’s free spirit and willingness to do things her way, on her terms, that attracted everyone to her in the first place!

Regular readers know I have been following Sarah’s career for years. I first learned of her when she became Governor of Alaska. She has pulled off a lot of big accomplishments, including her signature accomplishment, the natural gas pipeline.

As Investor’s Business Daily reported, Sarah was very unconventional in her approach to this $26 billion dollar deal, the largest construction project in North American history. Where others had been failing at getting this project off the ground, Alaska had been trying to do this for 50 years, Sarah made it a centerpiece of her administration. On her first day in office, Sarah went to work on turning this 50 year old dream into reality. It only took her two years to get it all together. You can read more here.

My point? Don’t ever bet against Sarah Palin. Chances are she will not do things the way you would, but this woman gets results! Time and time again Sarah Palin has achieved things deemed impossible by the eeyores of the world, the naysayers.

Now, back to her “reality show.” The worry warts have all kinds of “concerns.” Well, for one thing, this won’t be reality TV! This will be real TV. Alaska is beautiful country and Sarah is very much in love with her state. Look for this to be a high quality look at Alaska’s beauty, and the folks that make it that way.

This won’t be something cheesy. This will be quality viewing. Mark Burnett has a reputation of doing solid work. No schlock from this guy.

From what we understand, Sarah will be more like a producer on the show and will control the content, the finished product. Also Alaska will be the star, not Sarah, though she will appear on camera.

What we are hearing is this will be very much like something one would find on National Geographic or Discovery HD. Beautiful scenery and quality production. This won’t be “Jersey Shore Meets the Palins!

Our friends over at HillBuzz have the right idea and posted this on their website yesterday:

You know something, we keep saying how we are going to do everything we can to make sure the MSM, DNC, and RNC don’t do to Sarah Palin what they did to Hillary Clinton…and that we’re going to do everything we can to help Palin. That remains 100% true and will not change.

But, honestly, every day we see clearly this woman might not need our help.

She is doing a REMARKABLE job all her own of beating the MSM, DNC, RNC, and White House at their own games.

Word is Palin is negotiating to get a Reality Adventure Series about Alaska, which would feature her family, traveling around the state, teaching America about our Last Frontier and the Palins themselves.

Palin would control the content, the editing, the production, and the broadcast.

In essense, these would be hourlong campaign commercials where Palin would get to present her brand: Alaska, Family, Nature, Independence, Going Rogue, Loving America.

It is an absolute stroke of pure unadulterated genius that only Sarah Palin could pull off.

A travelogue that’s not really a travelogue, but a free campaign commercial for a candidate who will have an hour a week to show America the sides of herself and her family she wants shown, while captivating the country with the gorgeous scenery of a state most find pure magic.


She’s going to define how America sees her.

The show will air in 2011 sometime. Maybe Fall of 2010, so Palin can still be on track to declare her candidacy on February 6th, 2011 as we think she will — which is Ronald Reagan’s birthday.

In other news, there is no interest at all in a Reality Series starring Tim Pawlenty and Mitt Romney, traveling in Minnesota, Utah, Michigan, and Massachusetts, eating cucumber and mayonnaise sandwiches dipped in paste, dunked in skim milk. Pawlenty apparently pitched the idea, or started to, but everyone in the room fell asleep before he could get past his opening joke, which was, of course, about the OJ Simpson trial (since Pawlenty’s humor is always so dated, unfunny, and not relevant to anything that’s currently in the news).

If this deal goes through, wow, it’s incredible.

It blows away anything the MSM did for Dr. Utopia in the leadup to his run. Palin will well-known and well-loved by hundreds of millions once this show hits the air.

Oh, wait, she’s already loved by hundreds of millions now, and she doesn’t even have a show yet.

I love those guys!

Anyhow, we don’t really know if her show will be a weekly deal or some sort of special series, airing from time to time. Interestingly, when Sarah’s deal with Fox News was mentioned, this sort of programing was announced as part of the deal. Putting her with Mark Burnett may have been Newscorp’s contribution to the effort.

One thing is perfectly clear though: Sarah Palin loves Alaska and loves her country deeply. When she stepped down as Governor, she promised her fellow Alaskans that she would continue to promote her great state. This is something she has done with gusto.

Now I know there are still a bunch out there who are saying that this quality programming, this infomercial for American greatness will somehow destroy her and destroy her chances for the presidency. All I can say, o ye of little faith, is you need to go back and learn a little history!

Older Americans remember another great leader who took the same path Sarah is following. That’s right, I’m talking about Renaldus Magnus here. Us old guys (and gals) remember Ronald Reagan’s career quite well.

Before jumping into politics with both feet, Reagan was a solid movie star. His portrayal of George Gipp in Knute Rockne, All American is one of the most endearing performances in American cinematic history. Reagan would be forever known as “The Gipper” after that.

Folks my age though, remember that Reagan was also a star of radio and television. Of course, like Sarah, Reagan’s earliest broadcast experience was as a sportscaster. There was no TV then, so Reagan was on the radio. Sarah, of course, was on TV. In fact, her dream was to be a sportscaster for ESPN and work with Howard Cosell.

Here’s video of a young Sarah Heath doing her thing:

Starting in the late 1940’s early 1950’s Reagan was a regular on television in both dramatic roles as well as comedic. He was a favorite on the live variety shows that dominated the networks back then, the “Tonight Shows” of their day. Of course this was due in part to Reagan’s sharp wit, and in turn, Reagan honed his speaking skills and his ability to throw out one liners during this time.

Here’s a photo of Reagan from his days as host of General Electric Theater:

Again, Sarah is known for her quick wit and great sense of humor. And as anyone who watched her with Conan O’Brien and William Shatner, or her latest with Leno, can attest, Sarah is getting very good at this.

Ronald Reagan was continually featured in commercials for all sorts of major products throughout his career. Of course, back in the day, major stars were all to happy too help sell stuff, it wasn’t like it is today.

Reagan also hosted several radio and TV shows his last being “Death Valley Days” a half hour western, that he hosted up until the time he became Governor of California in 1967. Reagan also did commercials for the show’s sponsor U.S. Borax.

I was pretty young back then, so my real exposure to Reagan on television came in the 1970’s when he appeared on all of the most popular shows of the day, like the Carol Burnett Show and the Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Reagan was pretty hip.

The shows I remember the most though were the famous Dean Martin Roasts. These things were legendary and had the biggest stars of the day. They were hilarious and many times outrageous. These shows serve as the blueprint for the roasts we now see on Comedy Central.

Anyhow, Reagan was a popular guest on these specials. Here we have The Gipper roasting one Frank Sinatra:

In this clip, Don Rickles wears out Man of the Week, Ronald Reagan at a roast in his honor:

Reagan turned up to roast his friend Bob Hope where he quipped: “Bob would do well in politics. He has entertained over 10 million troops and been seen by more than 100 million TV viewers. If you throw in the 27 people who have seen his movies, you have a pretty sizable constituency.”

You can learn more about Ronald Reagan’s television career here.

What does all of this reminiscing about our greatest President have to do with Sarah Palin? Not a lot, except it serves to remind readers just how much these two great leaders have in common.

If Ronald Reagan was a one man revolution, Sarah Palin is a one girl revolution!

Frankly, no one knows what Sarah Palin’s plans are. We do know that she has set herself on a path very similar to the one Ronald Reagan chose to the White house. Just like Reagan, Sarah is writing books, and looking at TV. But even more importantly, Sarah is crisscrossing the nation talking to diverse groups of Americans, carrying the message of American exceptionalism and real hope.

We also know that Sarah has assembled a “kitchen cabinet,” a group of highly skilled and knowledgeable advisors who brief her on a daily basis. This is exactly the sort of thing a potential candidate would do. What a successful CEO would do. Sarah is preparing herself for a leadership role, a role she was made for.

Don’t sweat the small stuff folks, Sarah has proven time and time again that she is one of the most brilliant strategists out there and is incredibly savvy. Simply put, she knows exactly what she is doing. No need to worry about this woman, she has it handled!

I think Sheya over at PalinTV said it best:

Following Governor Palin is like watching 24, its real time, tense and can sometimes be torture, But at the end of the season everything falls into place. Except with Palin we just don’t know when the next episode is going to air, yet it’s so much fun.

Again, my best advice to Sarah’s supporters is: Trust her, she knows what she is doing. Sarah is a rock solid leader who knows where she is going and has a plan. We may not always see the whole picture at first, but in the end, her actions always prove to be right. She always gets results!

Many thanks to Karen Allen for the art and the inspiration.

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The Left’s Fishing Expeditions

Posted by Ron Devito on March 4, 2010

“Early to bed, early to rise. Fish all day and make up lies.” This sarcastic fishing quote should be the liberal left’s motto, especially for those who have nothing good to say about Gov. Palin. Conservatives4Palin’s Tommy Report unearths the latest fishing expedition, in How can you tell if a source is lying?

Gov. Palin was at an Oscars gifting suite for a charity event. The liars – E Online – in this instance portrayed her as a diva run amok grabbing anything that was not nailed down, and refusing to permit photos of herself or to conduct interviews.

As Tommy Report points out, the entire story is false – considering that the source posted 10 photos of Gov. Palin at this event. Supporting evidence also debunks the claim that Gov. Palin and her staff did anything untoward. She did; however donate $1750 to the Red Cross, a fact conveniently omitted.

The Alinsky left has been on this diva mantra since they learned about Gov. Palin’s existence. Negating the truth is an Alinsky rule. Interestingly, Oprah Winfrey was said to have been at Silver Spoon, and walked away with a swag bag. Where’s the international news coverage? If you listen closely enough you might hear a cricket chirping. How is it possible that two celebrities attend and donate at the same event, one is the subject of a maliciously false story and the other is not covered at all? Classic case of Palin Derangement Syndrome. Anyone who met Gov. Palin knows she leads to serve, not to rule and is not materialistic.

Following is a statement from Silver Spoon on this matter:

The Silver Spoon, a company owned and operated by women and established with a firm belief in supporting women in business and leadership, invited Governor Sarah Palin and her family to participate in a charitable function sponsored by The Silver Spoon and the Red Cross to support the Red Cross’ disaster relief efforts in Haiti. Governor Palin graciously accepted since it was in support of such a worthy and timely cause. The governor arrived with a small group about 15 minutes prior to our store’s official opening; and upon arrival, she and her entire group gave generous donations to the cause. We offered to open early to accommodate her schedule; she did not ask us to open early. The other venders routinely set up an hour before the event opens, so they were already there when the governor arrived. No one was asked to come in early. When Governor Palin arrived, she and her guests made generous donations. I escorted her around and introduced her to every vendor, and they talked to her about their products and gifted her with samples. She never asked for anything but politely accepted the products. The governor and her family and guests were very gracious and respectful to everyone. We asked and the governor happily agreed to take a photo with the American Red Cross staff and the staff of The Silver Spoon. The governor stayed for a total of about 35 minutes, thanked everyone, made an additional generous personal donation pledge to the Red Cross, and then departed.

The stories currently circulating about Governor Palin’s attendance at our event are total fabrications. Just one example of the many falsehoods is the ridiculous idea that Governor Palin walked away with 40 AIAIAI headphones. In reality, she was given two pairs of AIAIAI headphones – one for herself and one for her daughter Bristol who could not attend the event. The idea that she took 40 pairs is an outrageous falsehood. It would have been impossible because the vendors only bring around 100 items for the entire two day event. They would have run out of product after an hour of opening yesterday.

Just to clarify things, the entire point of giving someone a swag bag is to have them take your product and hopefully purchase more. The whole point of giving away products is to “give them away.” That’s why we call this type of event style a “gifting suite.”

We would like an immediate retraction and an apology to The Silver Spoon, its vendors, and especially to Governor Sarah Palin.

Sounds like this fishing expedition got skunked.

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Sarah Palin Owns The Night

Posted by Gary P Jackson on March 4, 2010

What an incredible time Sarah Palin is having.

Lets see, Sarah was a huge hit on late night TV, the candidate she endorsed, Texas Governor Rick Perry, won the Republican primary in a landslide, and her chief rival for the 2012 presidential nomination told the world that yeah, she was indeed made of presidential timber!

Does it get any better than this?

First the fun stuff. Sarah was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night. This is her second appearance on the show in just a few months. Readers will recall Sarah made a surprise stop to give William Shatner a good natured hard time. Sarah rocked the house that night giving Shatner a taste of his own medicine in a very funny bit.

Anyhow, this was a more substantive visit. Not a lot of new ground was touched on, but Jay has become a very good interviewer and certainly made the segments fun and entertaining. For her part, Sarah was just on. Sharp, vibrant, and funny.

Sarah was part of the opening of the show, making a bit of fun of herself with the “old school cue cards.”

Once introduced for her segments, wearing a smart jacket, blue jeans, and her patented high heels, Sarah walked out as the band played “Everyday People.” As always, she was wearing a big smile and brought out her positive message.

She managed to make some great points and of course talked about the need for common sense government. After the commercial break, Sarah tried something a little different, a bit of stand up. She was quite good. I’m not sure Jay has anything to worry about, but it was obvious she was having fun and the audience loved it. Check it out:

As expected Leno, with Sarah on, won the night, ratings wise, again beating out David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel. It just so happened Mitt Romney was Letterman’s guest opposite Sarah. Some had dubbed this the “Nielsen Primary” trying to play it all up. I rather feel sorry for Governor Romney whose staff who got him booked on Letterman. What were they thinking?

From TV by the Numbers’ website:

Leno (With Palin) Beats Letterman Badly Again On Night Two

The second night of Jay Leno’s Tonight Show v 2.0 dominated late night again with a 4.6 household rating/12 share in early household metered markets data from 11:30p-12:30a to Letterman’s The Late Show 3.1 rating/ 8 share. ABC’s Nightline had a 3.0 rating / 7 share and Jimmy Kimmel Live trailed with a 1.7 rating / 5 share.

Adults 18-49 data:

* “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” (1.6 rating in adults 18-49) led the time period over CBS’s “Late Show with David Letterman” (1.0) and ABC’s “Nightline (0.9) in fast national “live plus same day” ratings from Nielsen Media Research. The “Tonight” margin over “Late Show” in fast-national adult 18-49 rating is 60 percent.

This of course was just one of the big things that happened last night though. Fittingly, yesterday was Texas Independence Day, celebrating freedom from Mexico, and her birth as a Nation. As if to put an exclamation point on this, Texas held it’s primaries yesterday.

This was a real match up. You had the popular incumbent Governor, Rick Perry, who is the longest serving Governor in Texas History. Perry was Lt. Governor and assumed the position of Governor when George W. Bush was elected President. Perry is a solid conservative and has done a great job for Texas.

He was challenged by Washington insider, and Senior U.S. Senator, Kay Baily Hutchison, a RINO, as well as Ron Paul clone Debra Medina, who was never a serious contender.

This made for an interesting race indeed. On Rick Perry’s side, you had business people, law enforcement, Tea Party groups, and well, everyday people. He also had Sarah Palin.

Hutchison had the entire Republican establishment and the state’s major newspapers behind her. Yes, she actually touted that endorsement! And by Republican establishment, I mean both Presidents named Bush, Dick Cheney, and so on.

If there was ever a showdown between Conservatives and Washington elites, this was it. In Texas, this was seen as our continued independence vs losing our state sovereignty.

Perry won in a landslide.

This is just one more thing Sarah has on her resume that Barack Obama does not, candidates she endorses win elections!

But wait, there’s more!

While this didn’t happen last night, Mitt Romney appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and when asked, exclaimed that yes, Sarah Palin was qualified to be President.

Now granted, this isn’t huge news. I mean of course Sarah Palin is qualified to be President, but coming from the establishment and media favorite, Mitt Romney, it was delicious, and as Josh Painter points out, it made the folks heads explode over at the Barack Obama Network! That’s always fun to watch. Read more about that here.

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Sarah Palin and Jay Leno Win “Late Night GOP War”

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 4, 2010

It looks like Sarah Palin and Jay Leno won the “GOP War” on late night TV Tuesday night.  According to the viewer numbers, they drew significantly more viewers than Mitt Romney and David Letterman.

Danny Shea at the Huffington Post reported:

If Tuesday night’s late night ratings are any indication, Sarah Palin remains a bigger draw than Mitt Romney.

In what was seen as a “Late Night GOP War,” David Letterman’s “Late Show” booked Romney to go against Palin on Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show.”

In Leno’s second night back at NBC’s late-night franchise, he and Palin easily outdrew Romney and Letterman.

The “Tonight Show” averaged 5.8 million total viewers (1.6 A18-49 rating) compared to Letterman’s 3.7 million total viewers (1.0 A18-49 rating).

Bill Carter at the New York Times also reported:

Jay Leno had a solid second night back on “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday night, thanks in part to a special opening monologue from his lead guest, Sarah Palin.

Mr. Leno easily won the late-night ratings competition across the board with 5.8 million viewers and a 1.6 rating among the 18-to-49 audience that NBC always points to as the main measure of success (because of advertiser preferences for that group).

The younger-adult rating matched Mr. Leno’s number on Monday night, one indication that Ms. Palin helped maintain the tune-in factor from Mr. Leno’s first night back. He dropped slightly fewer than 1 million viewers from Monday, when he reached 6.6 million people.

In both categories, he dominated his longtime competitor, David Letterman, who reached 3.7 million viewers on Tuesday and had a 1 rating in the 18-49 group. Both numbers were not atypical for Mr. Letterman, which may mean Mr. Leno is bringing in viewers who had not regularly been watching the late-night shows recently.

“Nightline” on ABC, which gets measured only for a half-hour versus a full hour for the other two shows, trailed with 3.3 million viewers and a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 measure.

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Sarah Palin Working on New Book for HarperCollins

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 4, 2010

Governor Palin has contracted with HarperCollins for her second book, which will focus on America’s strenths and virtues.

USA TODAY reports:

Publisher HarperCollins announced Wednesday that the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate is working on a “celebration of American virtues and strengths.” The book is currently untitled and no release date has been set.

Palin’s memoir, Going Rogue, released last fall by HarperCollins, has sold more than 2 million copies. Her new work will “include selections from classic and contemporary readings that have inspired her, as well as portraits of some of the extraordinary men and women she admires and who embody her love of country, faith, and family,” the publisher’s statement reads. 

“She will also draw from her personal experience to amplify these timely — and timeless_ themes.” 

In an e-mail Wednesday, HarperCollins publisher Jonathan Burnham said that “a number of ideas and concepts” were explored with Palin. “This is the idea which appealed the most to her,” he said, adding that she is currently “gathering ideas and identifying favorite texts and examples.” 

Burnham declined comment on financial terms. As with Going Rogue, Palin was represented by Washington attorney Robert Barnett, whose clients include President Obama and former President George W. Bush.

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Bristol Palin In Los Angeles for Teen Show and Candies Ads

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 4, 2010

Bristol Palin and son Tripp traveled with her mother and Willow to Los Angeles on Monday, where she filmed her upcoming acting debut on an ABC teen show as well as two public service ads regarding teen pregnancy.

RadarOnline reports:

Bristol Palin is in Los Angeles and is shooting her appearance on The Secret Life of The American Teenager plus two public service announcements about the realities of teen pregnancy, has learned exclusively.

She arrived in Los Angeles on Monday with her son Tripp, learned.

“She’s on set right now,” her lawyer Thomas Van Flein told at approximately 1:15 pm PST. “She’s shooting all day and much of tonight.”

Bristol is in LA with her mom Sarah, who will appear on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show on Tuesday.

The daughter of the former vice presidential candidate recently won a court victory for overdue child support from Levi Johnston. And while in Los Angeles she is shooting two public service announcement about the harsh realities of teen pregnancies, learned exclusively.


The ads are sponsored by the  Candie’s foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes abstinence and education on teen pregnancy.

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New Palin Show to be AK Documentary

Posted by Ron Devito on March 4, 2010

Widespread reports are circulating that Governor Palin is being shopped to do a TV series. Many reports have misled the public that this is a reality show about the Palin family.

The show will highlight Alaska, not Governor Palin or the Palin family. The new series is an opportunity to showcase Alaska’s people, cultures, resources, landscape and so forth, which Governor Palin said she would do regardless of any title she held.

According to Politico, Gov. Palin is in meetings with six networks, which have expressed interest in this documentary series.

Following are sources, which correctly report on the proposed series:

Political Ticker:




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