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Must See TV: Kaite Couric’s Interview with Sarah Palin – Full interview in three parts.

Alaska Lawmakers: McCain campaign interfering in Palin probe – Lawmakers investigating Gov. Sarah Palin’s firing of her public safety
commissioner accused the McCain-Palin campaign on Thursday of
stonewalling the probe by helping witnesses refuse to comply with
subpoenas.

Palin accepted $25,000 in gifts, Alaska records show – The 41 gifts Palin accepted during her 20 months as governor include
honorific tributes, expensive artwork and free travel for a family
member. They also include more than $2,500 in personal items from
Calista, a large Alaska native corporation with a variety of pending
state regulatory and budgetary issues, and a gold-nugget pin valued at
$1,200 from the city of Nome, which lobbies on municipal, local and
capital budget matters, documents show.

Wasilla Watch: Sarah Palin and the Rape kits – The rape-kit controversy is a troubling matter. The insult to rape
victims is obvious. So is the sexism inherent in singling them out to
foot the bill for investigating their own case. And the main result of
billing rape victims is to protect their attackers by discouraging
women from reporting sexual assaults.

A question reprised, but words come none too easily for Palin – Her first interview, with the ABC News anchor Charles Gibson,
was too hard. The second, with Sean Hannity on the Fox News Channel,
was too soft. The third, however, did not turn out to be just right for
Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska.

Sarah Palin at Irish Pub for tonight’s debate – If tonight’s presidential debate takes place (update – it will) , an Irish bar in Center
City will be in the limelight, hosting Gov. Sarah Palin at a pre-debate
party.

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