Sarah Palin and Her Defamation Suit Are Dismissed as Being Without Merit


It's hard to convince people you are relevant when you aren't.  It's even harder to convince a Federal Judge that you have a plausible claim when you don't.  The Federal Judge in Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against The New York Times has DISMISSED THE CASE.   U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff said the suit, which alleged the newspaper's... Continue Reading →

Federal Judge Signals the End of the Palin Defamation Suit


The Palin defamation suit against the New York Times isn't over yet...but the end is in sight.  A hearing has been set for next week by the Federal Judge, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff, who is presiding over the case.  The judge has ordered testimony of the writer of the editorial to determine if the judge... Continue Reading →

Judge Signals Dismissal Likely in Palin Defamation Suit


Sarah Palin has filed suit against the New York Times for defamation. As previously reported, it appears highly unlikely the case will ever proceed to trial, for many reasons. The attorney for the Times has filed a motion to dismiss the case asserting that Palin and her attorneys are unable to present any evidence of... Continue Reading →

Sarah Palin’s Defamation Suit Likely Dismissed-More Clickbait!


We've seen multiple examples of Sarah Palin's desperate attempts to remain relevant.  "Clickbait" is the term used to describe the efforts Palin is using to get people to think about her.  The recent Defamation suit filed against the New York Times is one more example of clickbait.  If you search the internet for "Palin defamation"... Continue Reading →

Sarah Palin is Desperately Trying to Stay Relevant, and Make Money


For years Sarah Palin collected thousands of dollars through donations to her PAC.  She used the PAC money to finance her extravagant life style.  In fact Slate reported that Palin spent more money from her PAC on travel and hotels than on political candidates.  As funds and donations dried up Palin closed her PAC by... Continue Reading →

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