Sarah Palin’s financial records were released on Tuesday, and they have many curious as to the small business she formed in her final months in office called “Pie Spy.” Pie Spy is described as a business involving “Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities” in documents filed with the Alaska Department of Commerce, but other than that we know nothing about it.
Kent Jones on The Rachel Maddow Show decided to help fill the void with some rampant speculation.
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Newly released "Sarah Palin's Secret Diary" forged by Joey Green.
Sarah Palin’s Secret Diary is currently being sold on Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com for $9.99 (.99 cents more then Sarah Palin’s memoir “Going Rogue: An American Life“), this tongue in cheek ‘tome’ is described as a “genuine imitation of Sarah Palin’s diary, fabricated by a bona fide satirist, reveals spurious behind-the-scenes happenings with all your favorite mavericks from the extended Palin family—Todd, Bristol, Piper, Willow, Trig, Levi Johnston, John McCain, and Joe the Plumber. They’re all here and more! Inside you’ll find the ersatz adventures of America’s favorite hockey mom, including such fallacious details as . . . How Bristol revealed her little secret. Going rogue with Joe the Plumber. Books the former Governor would love to ban. How to speak Maverick. Why John McCain chose to run with Miss Wasilla. Waterboarding Tina Fey. What happened to all those ritzy clothes. The concession speech she never gave. Campaign slogans for 2012. Will this laugh-out-loud lampoon of Sarah Palin’s intimate story give you an enlightening peek inside the most astonishing mind in American politics? You betcha”
The author, Joey Green, is a former contributing editor to the National Lampoon, and the author of many books, including Selling Out, The Zen of Oz, Monica Speaks, You Know You’ve Reached Middle Age If…, The Jolly President (or Letters George Bush Never Read), and Famous Failures. Green has appeared on Good Morning America, The View, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and has been profiled in the New York Times and People.
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Seeing Double: Award winning actress, writer, comedienne, and producer Tina Fey with Alaska's former governor Sarah Palin on Saturday Night Live episode televised October 18, 2008.
Good satire never dies.
While months ago comedian Tina Fey vowed to deep six her celebrated Sarah Palin impersonation, now she says it’s likely bound for a resurrection.
The Palin wig will soon have to “come out of the closet,” she vowed to Harper’s Bazaar.
The hook? The soon-to-come publication of Palin’s quickly written autobiography “Going Rogue.”
Republican Vice Presidential candidate Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and Democrat Vice Presidential candidate Senator Joe Biden took part in the highly anticipated Vice Presidential debate October 2, 2008 at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The debate was moderated by PBS anchor Gwen Ifill.
Sarah Palin isn’t vice president. And she probably won’t ever be president. Heck – she’s not even a governor anymore.
But the Alaskan pol has achieved one measure of fame – someone’s written an opera about her.
“Say It Ain’t So, Joe,” a presentation by Guerilla Opera, opens Saturday at Boston Conservatory’s Zack Box Theater. The work is composer Curtis Hughes’ musical take on America’s favorite moose-hunting winker, you betcha. It focuses on that contentious – and sometimes comical – debate from October 2008 between Palin and Joe Biden, though the show also includes cameos from Hillary Clinton, Gwen Ifill, Diane Sawyer and, of course, the right-wing’s favorite Everyman, Joe the Plumber.
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Tagged Alaska, ay It Ain’t So Joe, Boston Conservatory, Curtis Hughes, Diane Sawyer, Guerilla Opera, Gwen Ifill, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Joe Biden Sarah Palin Debate, Joe the Plumber, Sarah Palin, Sarah Palin Oprah, Zack Box Theater
Actress Tina Fey poses with her Emmy award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her portrayal of Governor Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live" at the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, September 12, 2009.
Is Tina Fey an Emmy winner? You betcha. Fey received an Emmy Award on Saturday for her impersonation of Republican vice presidential contender Sarah Palin on “Saturday Night Live.”
Accepting her trophy for best guest actress in a comedy, Fey thanked “SNL” producer Lorne Michaels and her parents, “who are lifelong Republicans, for their patience.”
Tina Fey made reference to Palin, who resigned in July as governor of Alaska less than a year after she was chosen as Senator John McCain’s running mate in last year’s U.S. presidential election.
“Mrs. Palin is an inspiration to working mothers everywhere because she bailed on her job right before Fourth of July weekend,” Fey said in her acceptance speech. “You are living my dream. Thank you, Mrs. Palin!”
Arlen Specter is no stranger to the world of comedy. In fact, next to politics, it may be the field that earns him the most headlines. That’s why it was no surprise when Senator Specter took the stage at the Pittsburgh Improv on Thursday night to benefit Allegheny county’s Music Festival Fund for children.
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