"The view is so much better inside the bus than under the bus."
In, not surprisingly, a dubious fashion.
That's not the public. It's the wackos.
Almost more people than have read any other nonfiction book in its first week, ever!
Illinois fans turn on a dime, and a blogger finds the link between Sarah Palin and Dave Eggers.
Why did the magazine pick a photo of Palin in a skimpy outfit?
Did her kids take a vote on her joining the McCain campaign? Probably not, but Palin has told the story both ways.
Otherwise, how else could she wonder what Palin was reading?
What she'd have to do to become the GOP's presidential nominee.
National Sarah Palin week begins with a bang.
But why can't they get a beer, like the boys?
You betcha, it's a big ol' box of lies. Not that that will matter, sales-wise.
The vice-presidential candidate thought she could help the anchor with her "low self-esteem."
"I'm thinking, if you thought that was a good interview, I don't know what a bad interview is because I knew it was a bad interview."
No index and long chapters mean at least one person will have to do some hard digging.
Why would you vote for someone you don't think is qualified?
First, let's get one thing straight: Barbara Walters invented going rogue.