The Persecution of Sarah Palin: How the Elite Media Tried to Bring Down a Rising Star
A book by Matthew Continetti
The real story of the Republican vice presidential nominee and her collision with the elite liberal media As the second woman ever nominated as a candidate for vice president, Alaska governor Sarah Palin became an instant phenomenon. … see full wiki
Frankly, considering her popularity, I would have expected Matthew Continetti's gem of book to be selling better. "The Persecution Of Sarah Palin" is a well-researched, objective review of how the left-wing went after Sarah Palin. Continetti's publisher's sub-title it as an account of how the "elite media tried to bring down a rising star". The statement isn't broad enough. It was not only the brazenly partisan and dishonest writers at The New York Times and Washington Post, but the left-wing bloggers, … more
Maybe it is because I was very familiar with the fact presented within but I found Matthew Continetti's volume on the subject just tedious. Continetti faithfully follows the media's path and determination to bring down Sarah Palin all the way up to her use of facebook to respond to the President's current policies. It details attacks in both regular media and electronic media and the blogs showing what people were saying and where it went wrong. If you … more
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