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Sarah Palin and Fox News Sarah Palin Out At Fox News Channel

I was wondering why Sarah was not seen very much after the November elections.

But, now it is clear.

Sarah is out at Fox News.

After a three-year run as a paid contributor to the nation’s highest-rated cable news channel, Sarah Palin and FOX News have cut ties, according to a source close to the former Alaska governor.

“It’s my understanding that Gov. Palin was offered a contract by FOX, and she decided not to renew the arrangement,” the source close to Palin told RCP. “She remains focused on broadening her message of common-sense conservatism across the country and will be expanding her voice in the national discussion.”

She will probably be offered another news punditry gig at another network, if she wants it – like CNN or ABC.

I am wondering if she might just return to Alaska politics and run for the U.S. Senate seat occupied by Democrat Mark Begich?

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  • CWH

    A fine person who has articulated political reality correctly. I hope she will continue to be heard. Her strong opinions are based on undeniable fact well reasoned out. A voice we need to hear.

  • Detroiter

    haha, what CWH, she single handily degraded the GOP message for 3 years. For as level headed some conservatives tried to be the last 3 years, this moronic “politician” led the charge for ridiculous arguments that at the end of the day have probably cost more to the GOP then George W ever will. I hope her next job is on honey boo boo cause thats all she is qualified to do. The woman did not know what the fed was, and we almost gave her keys to run the country.

  • http://flapsblog.com Gregory Flap Cole

    Degraded the GOP message?

    Remember that when she was on television day after day the GOP won the House in 2010.

    She didn’t cause the Romney loss either.

    George W did far more to hurt the GOP brand. Remember the 2006 House election?

  • Detroiter

    well lets see, Obama was probably the weakest in office president that an out of office party has come up against. Yet because of Sarah Palin and all the people on the Tea Party Express, he was able to win all but one of the swing states, he passed the greatest social program since medicare, raised the deficit, had one of the lowest approval ratings for a in office president and had unemployment at 8-9%. If the Republicans, had followed the Michael Steels, Jeb Bushes John Huntsmans and Colin Powells of the world instead of following dingbat Palin and the rest of the neocons who couldn’t stop endorsing rape, I think it would be very likely that we would have had our first mormon President. And plus, although the GOP kept the house but lost seats in both chambers, so give me a break. She is terrible and I hope russians across the bay she lives in abduct her.

  • /JOHN ELD

    She will be miss,for she was a strong voice for our party,I hope that she will pop up on Fox,on a regular basic. I WISH HER GOOD LUCK,IN WHATEVER SHE DOES.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kerri.lancaster.5 Kerri Lancaster

    He didn’t win. Nobody addressed the fraud.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kerri.lancaster.5 Kerri Lancaster

    And what are/were your Messiah’s credentials? Hanging curtains as a community organiser? Voting present as an Illinois senator? Spending 1 million plus to hide his college records? Oh he did vote once as a senator, in fact the only one who did vote for REFUSING to give medical care to a late term aborted baby that survived. They put it in a tub and let it die. Great leader you have there. I’ll take Palin and her list of credentials as a leader (if you people would even do a little bit of research in a non-partisan way) over the fraud in chief anyday.

  • http://flapsblog.com Gregory Flap Cole

    How ridiculous. Obama beat Romney who is not a conservative but a mega-rich RINO from New England.

    Would Palin have beaten an incumbent Obama?

    Probably not, but Romney still lost.

    By the way, the GOP now holds 30 state governorships and expanded its control of state legislatures.

    Plus, the House is now safely in Republican control for at least a decade or two.

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