July 14, 2011 Sarah Palin's recent complaint that the price of her husband Todd's Slim Jims had more than doubled draws a response from ConAgra Foods, the jerky maker.
June 13, 2011 After all the attention and the rush to see what's in them, the reports so far are that they don't add a lot to what we already knew about the former Alaska governor.
June 10, 2011 More than 24,000 pages are now being scanned for posting online and being read to see if there's any news in them.
June 10, 2011 Alaska officials released 24,000-plus pages of emails sent and received by Sarah Palin when she was governor. But activists have gone to court to obtain emails from Palin's non-government Yahoo account, which she used to communicate with influential state officials.
June 10, 2011 Today, Alaska officials released a trove of emails that Sarah Palin sent or received as governor from 2007 to '09. Will this affect her rumored bid for the White House? One answer is no — because there are at least five good signs that she isn't running anyway.
June 10, 2011 Media organizations from the lower 48 have once again descended on the good people of Alaska to scour the emails, which are in paper form, scan them and upload them to the Internet. Like many, we will be eager, more or less, to glean any interesting nuggets from them.
June 8, 2011 Ed Rollins, the long-time GOP operative who says he will work for Bachmann if she runs for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, has stirred things up by making the case that the Minnesota congresswoman is akin to the Adlai Stevenson of the Tea Party movement.
May 27, 2011 "I'm going to think about it," Perry said today — a much different statement from his past denials of interest.
May 26, 2011 Can't an Alaskan woman announce an East Coast bus tour that will take her to New Hampshire; buy a house in the lower 48, and be the subject of a new, authorized documentary without triggering all kinds of speculation that she'll soon be running for president? Not if she's Sarah Palin.
March 28, 2011 While it's often said that the current occupant of the White House and former presidents form the most exclusive club in American politics, Geraldine Ferraro and Palin were members of an even more exclusive club of two, women who were on major party national tickets. Now there's just one.
March 4, 2011 E.J. Dionne said the GOP presidential field reminded him of the unexciting 1988 Democratic field that produced Michael Dukakis. David Brooks bemoaned how the race had narrowed so early to the two former governors.
February 15, 2011 Mike Huckabee also led Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin with GOP primary voters. Plain had overwhelming approval from birthers but only half the approval rating with GOP primary voters who accept as a fact the president's U.S. birth.
February 8, 2011 Fifty-one percent of those surveyed said Obama would lose re-election; 46 percent said he'd win. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin were tied for who was most likely to be the 2012 GOP nominee.