Poor Sarah Palin has had a truly terrible week, one that really proves the ol' maxim that men plan and God laughs. Or, in Palin's case, a woman plans and the lamestream media, once again, reveals its screwy priorities. This is because, as Palin told Greta Van Susteren of Fox News last week, the title of president would in some way "limit" her, and especially her ability to be a "maverick", and definitely limit her ability to earn money from Fox News acting as pundit from the TV studio they built for her on her property. Presumably she expected — and with good reason a phrase one rarely employs in connection to Palin — to be front page news the next day.
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Sarah Palin says she's ready to leave Alaska and 'do a lot more'
Sarah Palin has slammed Instagram as biased against conservatives after the company removed a controversial image she posted which used her own son with Down Syndrome to mock liberal protesters. Palin posted the meme to her Instagram page on Tuesday, and the company removed it on Friday for violating 'community guidelines' after intense outcry over the image. In a new post on Friday, Palin shared the takedown notice from Instagram and excoriated the company and parent firm Facebook in a lengthy diatribe accusing them of censorship and political bias. Sarah Palin posted this meme to Instagram, with her son Trig in the bottom half.
With a Cessna floatplane in a hangar in the yard, a kitchen to die for and more than a dozen windows giving sweeping views of beautiful Lake Lucille just yards from their home, Sarah Palin might never want to leave Alaska. But even the state's most famous resident admits the cold weather in The Last Frontier can get a little too much. So the former vice-presidential candidate has surprising plans now that Piper, the fourth of her five children, is starting on her senior year in high school — she really wants to live elsewhere, at least for part of the year. Sarah Palin and husband Todd say they are 'finally in a spot where we can seize the opportunity to get outside and do more,' in an interview with DailyMailTV.