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February 15, 2010 | By David L. Ulin
When John F. Kennedy Jr. introduced George magazine in 1995, he was derided for his insistence on covering politics as lifestyle. The first issue featured Cindy Crawford on the cover, dressed as George Washington -- if Washington had ever worn a midriff-revealing top. A decade and a half later, George is long gone, but the confluence that Kennedy imagined is very much entrenched. Presidential candidates routinely appear on ABC's "The View" or "The Oprah Winfrey Show," sharing not their policies but their narratives.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 12, 2010 | By Matea Gold and Mark Z. Barabak
When Sarah Palin abruptly stepped down as Alaska governor in July before the end of her first term, many questioned how she could maintain a national presence without the platform of elected office. That hasn't proven a problem for the onetime Republican vice presidential nominee, who has kept herself at the center of political debate with a bestselling book, an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and controversial Facebook postings. Now Palin has found another way to stay in the spotlight: by signing on as a contributor for the top-rated Fox News Channel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 2010 | By Carla Rivera
The president of Cal State Stanislaus said Wednesday that he believes that documents relating to a fundraising appearance by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin were stolen and given to students to stoke controversy over the upcoming event. University President Hamid Shirvani also said he has asked Palin to release information about her speaking fee. She has yet to respond, he said. The university is investigating how parts of Palin's draft contract got into the hands of students who then turned them over to state Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco)
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2012
The McSweeney's Book of Politics & Musicals Edited by Christopher Monks Vintage: 347 pp., $14.95 paper Forget the theatrical success of "The Book of Mormon. " What about "Palin! The Musical"? You can't help tapping your toes and singing along during the scene in which the former Alaska governor confronts Levi Johnston about her daughter's maternal condition: I hunt with a shotgun, Not a musket or pistol. I'm holding one now, Will you marry my Bristol?
OPINION
October 27, 2008
Re "A political fashion do or don't?" Oct. 23 Because Sarah Palin has made being "pro-America" one of the cornerstones of her campaign speeches, why is she wearing expensive clothing made by Italian designers Valentino and Gianfranco Ferre? At a time when many Americans have lost their jobs, it would have been more appropriate and pro-American for the vice presidential nominee to wear clothes manufactured in the U.S. Palin should practice what she preaches. Phyllis Landis Ocean Hills -- John McCain has an economic stimulus plan: Send Palin shopping.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 2010 | By Carla Rivera
California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he was launching an expanded investigation into the finances and actions of a Cal State Stanislaus foundation that has invited former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to give a speech, after allegations that it may have illegally discarded documents related to the event. Brown already was investigating whether the Cal State Stanislaus Foundation violated the California Public Records Act when it refused the request of state Sen. Leland Yee (D-San Francisco)
OPINION
September 16, 2008
Re "Veering from the truth? It works," Sept. 14 It is good to see The Times acknowledging the untruths put forth by the McCain campaign. However, in seeking journalistic balance, John McCain's falsehoods are juxtaposed unfairly with Barack Obama's statements. Your article clearly pointed out six provable McCain lies -- that Obama supports sex education for kindergartners; that Obama said Palin is a pig; that Palin sold the state plane on EBay; that Palin turned down the money for the "bridge to nowhere"; that Palin didn't ask for earmarks as governor; and that Obama would raise everyone's taxes.
OPINION
September 20, 2008
Re "Thoreau's moose," Opinion, Sept. 14 Thank you, Paul Theroux, for reminding us of yet another salient difference between Republicans and Democrats -- the love of hunting as sport. I wonder, has Palin read my favorite of all Dr. Seuss books, "Thidwick, the Big-Hearted Moose," to her children, or is this one that she would-if-she-could have removed from the Wasilla library shelves? To think that the ability to "field-dress" a moose is evidence of ability to lead and worthy of cheers is mind-boggling.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 3, 2008 | STEVE LOPEZ
I got a haircut in Iraq once, just after the first Gulf War, and wondered if it was smart to offer up my head to a stranger with a razor. I briefly had the same feeling Tuesday at a barbershop in Orange County, but I made it out alive to tell this story. Fair guy that I am, I asked for a little help on Sunday in my column. I'd written about the rabid support for Barack Obama at Tolliver's Barber Shop in South Los Angeles, and I wanted a recommendation for a barbershop where I'd hear different views.
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