Okay, so there are rumors exploding all over the blogosphere concerning who the mother is of Trig Paxson Van Palin. Is Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin the mother or is she the grandmother? Is Palinâ€™s daughter Bristol actually the mother and the whole truth is being covered up? Lastly, if there is truth in the above statements then the question remains and must be askedâ€¦â€¦.WHY? Why would the Palin family initiate and participate in such an elaborate cover-up especially if they knew that Sarah Palinâ€™s very public life is a magnet for people asking tough questions.
Archive for August, 2008
The blogosphere is buzzing with rumors concerning Governor Sarah Palin and the newly born boy, Trig. reportedly not being her son but in reality being the son of her daughter, Bristol which would make John McCainâ€™s chosen running mate, a grandmother. WOW!!! On March 5th of this year, Alaskaâ€™s 44 year-old Governor Palin delivered a surprise to her constituents that she’s pregnant with her fifth child expected sometime in mid-May. **Could this be a reprise of the Thomas Eagleton debacle?
The Lang Report has been maintaining a watchful eye on the ongoing saga of bringing Karl Rove before Congress to answer for his actions and that of the Bush Administration. I s unfortunate and certainly a travesty of justice that there is not much progress to report. It appears that Congress is not the greatest multi-tasker and it has been preoccupied with the election and party conventions. For these reasons will will be publishing our â€œKarl Rove Watchâ€ on a weekly basis unless there is something important to you, our Readers. So, for nowâ€¦â€¦
In a 2006 gubernatorial debate, the soon-to-be governor of Alaska said of evolution and creation education, “Teach both. You know, don’t be afraid of education. Healthy debate is so important, and it’s so valuable in our schools. I am a proponent of teaching both.” And using that logic, maybe we should teach the cooking of magic potions in home economics class too!
Yesterday was John McCain’s 72nd birthday. If elected, he’d be the oldest president ever inaugurated. And after months of slamming Barack Obama for “inexperience,” here’s who John McCain has chosen to be one heartbeat away from the presidency: a right-wing religious conservative with no foreign policy experience, who until recently was mayor of a town of 9,000 people.
If nothing else, John McCainâ€™s choice of Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin to be his running mate and the next Vice President of the United States is controversial and will be seen (in hindsight) as either his greatest blunder or a stroke of strategic genius. Time will tell although we are betting on the former. In fact, some have surmised that his ultimate decision was made only after the Democratic National Convention ended with Barack Obamaâ€™s historic acceptance of the Democratic nomination and the speech he delivered that blew away everyone who witnessed it
John McCain’s VP candidate, Gov. Sarah Palin, is embroiled in her own trooper-gate scandal up in Alaska. In short, she’s accused of using her pull as governor to get her ex-brother-in-law fired as a state trooper. The brother-in-law is embroiled in an ugly divorce and custody with Palin’s sister. And after his boss wouldn’t fire the brother-in-law, she fired the boss. Palin originally insisted there was nothing to the story. More recently, she was forced to admit the one of her top deputies had pushed to get the guy fired.
John McCain just picked Governor Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska to be his running mate for the Presidency. She is the current Governor of Alaska, a member of the Republican Party and the youngest and first female governor of Alaska. She is the Republican vice presidential candidate for the November 2008 election. Brought to statewide attention because of her whistleblowing on ethical violations by state Republican Party leaders she won election in 2006 by first defeating the incumbent governor in the Republican primary, then a former Democratic Alaskan governor in the general election.
Here are some of the hottest and most current stories on Senators Barack Obama and Joe Bidenâ€™s 2008 Presidential Campaign like Obama’s speech last night in Denver receiving nearly universal praise from political analysts and media commentators in particular when it came to assessments of the Senator’s poise and delivery. A number of reports proclaim the address as something close to a home-run for Obama, seeing his sharp criticism of Sen. McCain as a shrewd political move.
In an interview with Time magazine this week, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) declared that Iraq â€œis a peaceful and stable country now.â€ ThinkProgress spoke with Reps. Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Robert Wexler (D-FL) at the Democratic National Convention today, and asked them their response to McCainâ€™s assertion. Wexler was incredulous, declaring, â€œHeâ€™s just dead wrongâ€: