A former aide to Sarah Palin says his tell-all book is the story of his spiritual journey as a backslidden Christian and family man. But the book seems to carry a judgmental tone towards the former Alaskan governor whom he says needs to "own" her indiscretions.
Frank Bailey, once a part of Palin's staff, said releasing his tell-all book, Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin, Tuesday is a healing experience.
Once publicly embroiled in a scandal over the firing of Palin's ex-brother-in-law, Bailey said he made a lot of mistakes as an aide and did things he is not proud of. He details those misdeeds in the book as a precautionary tale of sorts. more >>
MTV pulled a pro-life media group’s newly launched ad campaign off the air earlier this month, prompting accusations that the music channel harbors a pro-abortion agenda.
Heroic Media announced its “We Can Help” campaign on April 30 at a fundraising event headlined by Sarah Palin. The commercials encourage women with unexpected pregnancies to reach out for information and support.
The advertisements began on schedule on May 2, but after just one airing, MTV – which broadcasts the reality show “16 and Pregnant” – yanked them off the air. Though the ads were scheduled to run on the network throughout the month of May, MTV announced on May 5 the decision to stop showing the commercials. more >>
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty began the day by making the rounds on television and radio programs in his first “official” day on the 2012 presidential campaign trail. He signaled his intentions on Sunday by posting a YouTube video, but made his formal announcement shortly before noon CDT today in Des Moines, Iowa.
“President Obama’s policies have failed. But more than that, he won’t even tell us the truth about what it’s really going to take to get out of the mess we’re in.” Pawlenty started in his remarks.
“President Obama doesn’t have an economic plan,” he went on to say. more >>
President Barack Obama repeated on Sunday his proposal for Israel’s 1967 borders to be the starting point for peace talks between Israel and Palestine.
The 1967 lines refer to Israel's borders before it made territorial gains in the Six-Day War.
After first making the call on Thursday, Obama has been accused of shifting the U.S. away from its pro-Israel stance for “a credible peace process.” more >>
Former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin criticized President Barack Obama's recent Mideast policy speech, saying he's flirting with disaster in not defending Israel.
In an interview with Fox News' Judge Jeanine on Saturday, Palin spoke in support of the Jewish state, saying, “Anyone who studies history, studies the Old Testament, studies geography understands that Israel now is surrounded by enemies at all times.
"It should be now that America takes a stand in defending our friends in Israel." more >>
Mitch Daniels, governor of Indiana and a former top aide to President George W. Bush, is the latest big name in the Republican Party to suddenly announce that he won’t run for president in 2012.
Early morning on Sunday, just after midnight, Mitch Daniels sent an e-mail to his supporters saying that he has decided not to seek the Republican nomination for president. The Indiana governor, who since taking office in 2005 has turned the state’s budget from deficit to surplus, said he will not run because of “the interests and wishes of my family.”
“The counsel and encouragement I received from important citizens like you caused me to think very deeply about becoming a national candidate,” said Daniels in the message distributed by the chair of the Indiana Republican Party, Eric Holcomb. more >>