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There's a big difference between God's and the world's standard of perfection, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told a Faith & Freedom Coalition audience in Washington on Saturday, her voice cracking with emotion.
Ex-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin went on a Twitter attack this week after comedian Bill Maher cracked jokes about her disabled son, Trig, during a Las Vegas show.
Levi Johnston writes in his upcoming book that his ex-girlfriend Bristol Palin was so angry about her mother's pregnancy with son Trig that she wanted to get pregnant, too.
The controversy over a Vanity Fair article about Sarah Palin continued Wednesday with the reporter disputing a conservative activist's claim that she tried to prevent him from mistaking her child for Palin's.
A writer for Vanity Fair has acknowledged a case of mistaken identity in an unflattering article about Sarah Palin in the magazine's October issue.
"Speaking Up: The Sarah Palin Story" is one in a series of biographies aimed at 9- to 12-year-old readers set for release by Christian book publisher Zondervan. Others feature 2007 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow and U2 frontman Bono.
Amid the speculation regarding John McCain's choice to complete his presidential ticket, I offer my unsolicited suggestion for his vice president: the first woman — and youngest — governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, who is an unstereotypical and effective Republican.
The 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, who knew before giving birth that her child Trig would be afflicted with Down syndrome, told the crowd, "I'm speaking on behalf of you who love this country and value life and value our kids, some whom will perhaps face more challenges than the rest of us will face."
Gross' article, which appears in the magazine's October issue, describes Palin's youngest son, Trig, being pushed in a stroller by his older sister, Piper, before the rally.