Sarah Palin Columns on Townhall

  • AWR Hawkins - Watching For Perry, Pulling For Palin

    Watching For Perry, Pulling For Palin

    AWR Hawkins
    Posted: 12/30/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    As I sat with my extended family on Christmas, we discussed how beatable Barack Obama is. And as I listened to them run through the litany of reasons why this is so, I could only say again: “If the Republicans nominate a true conservative for president, Barack Obama is done.”
  • Humberto Fontova - No Caribou This Year, Sarah Palin

    No Caribou This Year, Sarah Palin

    Humberto Fontova
    Posted: 11/18/2011 3:04:00 PM EST
    Sarah Palin isn’t the only one who dances after a successful hunt. Deer season opened this month over much of the country. So some serious boogieing is underway by us hunters—everything from the Hustle and Bump to the Boot ‘Scootin Boogie and Cha-Cha-Cha!
  • Steve Deace - Preparing for Primaries

    Preparing for Primaries

    Steve Deace
    Posted: 11/5/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    The first in the nation caucuses in my state are a little more than 60 days away, soon to be followed by crucial early primaries in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
  • Jeff  Carter - Outside the Downtown Blue Bubble

    Outside the Downtown Blue Bubble

    Jeff Carter
    Posted: 10/31/2011 12:31:28 AM EST
    He said, “Well, you are in a red state now. People here want Sarah Palin for President and lots of em are racist.” Pause. “Who’d you vote for?”
  • Charlotte Hays - Palin Redeemed

    Palin Redeemed

    Charlotte Hays
    Posted: 10/11/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Although I fell in love with Sarah Palin in 2008, she had begun to drive me a just a little bit crazy recently, often so inarticulate that I thought she was trying to make Barack Obama without a teleprompter look like Pericles.
  • Mark Baisley - You've Been Drafted: Welcome to the NFL; The National Fight for Liberty

    You've Been Drafted: Welcome to the NFL; The National Fight for Liberty

    Mark Baisley
    Posted: 10/9/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    With Sarah Palin and Chris Christie announcing that they really, really, really will not be running for President in 2012, we can settle into focused consideration of the nine Republican candidates who are still in the game.
  • Mona Charen - What's Wrong With Romney?

    What's Wrong With Romney?

    Mona Charen
    Posted: 10/7/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Two new sets of Republicans are feeling deflated today -- the Chris Christie hopefuls and the Sarah Palin stalwarts. The Christie decision didn't surprise me, perhaps because I grew up in Jersey. In fact, Christie and I attended the same high school!
  • Michael Prell - Israel Brings Us Together

    Israel Brings Us Together

    Michael Prell
    Posted: 10/6/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    The one issue that transcends party lines, brings Jews and Christians together, and unites Americans like few other issues can—is America’s support for Israel.
  • Rich Galen - No Christie, No iPhone5… Woe to Me

    No Christie, No iPhone5… Woe to Me

    Rich Galen
    Posted: 10/5/2011 1:35:00 PM EST
    As I predicted back in 1957, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced at a press conference yesterday that he would not be a Republican candidate for President in 2012.
  • Crista Huff - Sarah Palin Can Save This Republic

    Sarah Palin Can Save This Republic

    Crista Huff
    Posted: 9/26/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Sarah Palin’s record in Alaska shows her to be the bravest, most effective executive I’ve ever seen. She accomplished incredible feats as Governor and united Democrats and Republicans in order to succeed with projects which brought great prosperity to her state.
  • Brent Bozell - Airing Anti-Palin Bilge at NBC

    Airing Anti-Palin Bilge at NBC

    Brent Bozell
    Posted: 9/21/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Twenty years ago, NBC's "Today" devoted three days of interviews to the insufferable Kitty Kelley, who unspooled baseless allegations against Nancy Reagan, like her supposed love affair with Frank Sinatra. That kind of tabloid bilge belched back up the garbage disposal on Sept. 16, when "Today" promoted the new Palin-bashing book "The Rogue," by leftist author Joe McGinniss.
  • Rich Galen - Perry Leads on All Fronts

    Perry Leads on All Fronts

    Rich Galen
    Posted: 8/30/2011 10:48:00 AM EST
    National polls measuring support during the primary season are suspect because we don't have national primaries. We have state-by-state primaries and caucuses.
  • Guy Benson - Perry-Pawlenty 2012

    Perry-Pawlenty 2012

    Guy Benson
    Posted: 8/30/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Rick Perry is brash, bold, and projects a thoroughly Texan ethos. By comparison, Pawlenty is a gentler, though earnest, Midwestern conservative. He hews so closely to the “Minnesota nice” stereotype that he looked visibly uncomfortable attacking Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann during GOP debates.
  • Jonah Goldberg - My Rick Perry Problem -- and Ours

    My Rick Perry Problem -- and Ours

    Jonah Goldberg
    Posted: 8/26/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Texas Gov. Rick Perry is the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination now, at least in the national polls. Undoubtedly that's the main reason so many East Coast pundits and Beltway wags are making fun of him. He likes guns! He's from Texas! He talks funny! He's a -- gird yourself now -- Christian!
  • John Ransom - Palin Thumps Harvard

    Palin Thumps Harvard

    John Ransom
    Posted: 8/23/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    Say what you want but Palin’s career shows she knows how to divide 65 jobs into $134 million. That skill apparently is beyond the ken of the Hallowed-Halls-of-Harvard-and-Princeton crowd. But it certainly seems like a valuable skill for a president to have.
  • Caroline Glick - The Jacksonian Foreign Policy Option

    The Jacksonian Foreign Policy Option

    Caroline Glick
    Posted: 8/12/2011 1:09:00 PM EST
    The basic concept being propounded by leading neoconservative writers and publications is that anyone who disagrees with neoconservative policies is an isolationist.
  • Caroline Glick - Breivik and Totalitarian Democrats

    Breivik and Totalitarian Democrats

    Caroline Glick
    Posted: 7/29/2011 11:01:00 AM EST
    Whether or not one agrees with the ideological self-justifications of a terrorist, as a member of a liberal democratic society, one is expected to abhor his act of terrorism. Because by resorting to violence to achieve his aims, the terrorist is acting in a manner that fundamentally undermines the liberal democratic order.
  • John Hawkins - 7 Promises I Make To Liberals

    7 Promises I Make To Liberals

    John Hawkins
    Posted: 7/26/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    It's no secret that liberals and conservatives don't get along. But, if there's any one thing that we've learned from the liberal love of sensitivity classes and situation comedies, it's that once people get to know each other and learn about each other's beliefs and concerns, all legitimate differences melt away.
  • Jim  Ellis - How Rick Perry Wins

    How Rick Perry Wins

    Jim Ellis
    Posted: 7/23/2011 12:01:00 AM EST
    To begin, Perry’s home state of Texas has 152 delegates, second in size only to California’s 172. With its congressional district/caucus delegate apportionment formula, the Governor would certainly attract the overwhelming majority of his own state’s delegate support. Since he ostensibly plays well in the south, Perry can reasonably be expected to win the region.
  • John Ransom - President What's-His-Name

    President What's-His-Name

    John Ransom
    Posted: 7/21/2011 11:59:00 PM EST
    Betcha five bucks that one year under a Palin presidency- or a Bachmann, a Perry, a Romney, or a Huntsman presidency, or a (Bill) Clinton regency- that the unemployment arrow will be pointing the right way.