Tag Archive | "Sarah Palin"

Paul Ryan for Vice President: Where’s the Sarah Palin Treatment?

Monday, August 13, 2012

5 Comments

Image via ryanforcongress2008 What do new GOP VP candidate Paul Ryan and former GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin have in common? They’re both the parents of young, school-aged children. Ryan’s children — ages seven, eight and nine — are in …

Continue reading...

Will Mitt Romney “Go Rogue” with His VP Pick?

Friday, August 10, 2012

2 Comments

Mitt Romney doesn’t have it in him to “go rogue” when it comes to his vice presidential selection. In a way, I wish he did — it sure would make the rest of the campaign season more interesting. But no …

Continue reading...

Which Sarah Palin Do You Prefer?

Friday, March 9, 2012

1 Comment

Image via iStockPhoto/ GYI NSEA If you’re feeling a little rogue, get ready for more Mama Grizzly than you can stand because Sarah Palin is coming to multiple screens near you! As frustrated and conflicted Republicans are trying to choose …

Continue reading...

Do Women Need a Woman to Stay Engaged in the 2012 Race?

Friday, October 14, 2011

4 Comments

via iStock Photo/Sean Locke Women candidates for president or vice president have been far and few between in our lifetimes. Until 2008, to see any woman on a national ticket, regardless of party, was a rarity.  Sure, there were a …

Continue reading...

Chris Christie is Out. Any More Republicans In?

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

0 Comments

Our brief national fascination with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s “will he or won’t he” moment is over.  Christie made it official today by announcing that he will not for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination. For months, many vocal Republicans …

Continue reading...

Sarah Palin: “Winning” Like Charlie Sheen

Sunday, October 2, 2011

4 Comments

In politics, as in Hollywood, “winning” is in the eye of the beholder. Most pundits and politicos say there’s no way that Sarah Palin is going to run for president in 2012 because time has run out.  She’s …

Continue reading...

Sarah Palin in Your Pocket!

Sunday, September 18, 2011

8 Comments

You KNOW you want it!  Once Sarah Palin announces her 2012 Presidential candidacy, good luck trying to find one of these babies! And while I was out shopping for this, I wandered into the dangerous territory of taking PunditGirl, who …

Continue reading...

The Real Political Armageddon

Thursday, July 14, 2011

0 Comments

There’s been a lot of talk in Washington, D.C. and on the news shows about how our prolonged national debt ceiling nightmare will be the equivalent of political Armageddon for whoever loses this battle.  It’s just a matter of days …

Continue reading...

Five Pieces of Advice for Michele Bachmann from Hillary Clinton

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

8 Comments

I know Michele Bachmann and Hillary Clinton are at complete opposite ends of the political spectrum, but now that the congresswoman from Minnesota has made her 2012 presidential bid official, she should prepare herself for the inevitable increased amount of …

Continue reading...

Political Word Games

Monday, June 20, 2011

1 Comment

A couple of weeks ago, I had a great time meeting and being interviewed by Kelly Wallace, iVillage’s Chief Correspondent, in connection with the release of my new book, Mothers of Intention: How Women and Social Media are Revolutionizing

Continue reading...

Sarah Palin’s Political Tornado

Sunday, June 5, 2011

6 Comments

The majority of Sarah Palin watchers seem certain that there is no way, no how the half-term governor from Alaska is going to run  for President in 2012.  Nu-uh, isn’t gonna happen, totally sure of it.   She’s just going on …

Continue reading...

As Bachmann & Palin Shift Into Overdrive, Can We Steer Clear of “Catfight?”

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

2 Comments

With the rollout of Sarah Palin’s East Coast bus tour extravaganza and Michele Bachmann’s near-announcement on Good Morning America that she’ll announce her presidential candidacy in Iowa in June, analysts are wondering, “Will they or won’t they?”  Is there enough …

Continue reading...