Palin reflects on the McCain-Palin campaign and her future
Human Events - John Gizzi interviewed Sarah Palin on her impressions from the McCain-Palin campaign, where Palin confirmed that her 'handlers' made a lot of decisions she didn't agree with. Palin doesn't sound bitter, however, and is clearly focused on her current job as Alaska's governor.
Other Articles in News From the Front
Regrets on his administration? Bush has too few to mention
Ann Coulter: Sarah Palin - Conservative of the Year
'Conservative' media snobs are wrong about Sarah Palin
Pat Buchanan: On the death of Deep Throat
For conservative radio, Obama's election brings a new dawn, too
Obama and the Gods of Liberalism
Obama should at least consider conservatives' ideas before setting policy
Does the UAW really deserve all the blame for Detroit's woes?
Gary Bauer says Biden's 'working families' taskforce is misnomer
Special Commentary by Richard Viguerie
How the GOP threw away the majority Weyrich helped build
Washington Times - Richard Viguerie presents a lesson in Paul Weyrich's contributions to the GOP that most Republicans don't even know - how Weyrich was able to form the coalitions that made Ronald Reagan's election possible, together with a congressional makeup that assured his success. Weyrich's expertise was also instrumental in the GOP's post-Reagan successes -- and now the GOP will have to rebuild without him. Read more: http://washingtontimes.com/news/2008/dec/22/paul-weyrichs-role-in-republicans-success/
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