Fox News' Greta von Susteren spends a good portion of the first part of her lengthy interview with Sarah Palin asking about the clothes Palin and her family wore on the campaign trail, but the Alaska governor also addresses several other rumors and "oddities" that circulated before the election.
Having returned home to Alaska, Gov Sarah Palin said she wasn't going to comment on the negative reports that emerged about her on Wednesday from within the McCain campaign, but she opined that whoever made those claims was likely a "small evidently bitter type of person ".
So Alan Greenspan isn't clairvoyant, as it turns out. Whoops! Neither, apparently, are Sarah Palin's handlers, or else they might have done some bargain shopping instead of landing their leading lady in a heap of trouble over her pricey threads.
Is Sarah Palin's recent drop in popularity due to the laws of political gravity, or are McCain-Palin campaign advisers to blame? Whatever the reason, Palin is said to be growing frustrated with certain aides and taking her own direction in her latest speeches, with her eye on the White House in 2012 .
Jon Stewart found plenty of, er, material for Wednesday night's "Daily Show" episode as the Sarah Palin Wardrobegate scandal, um, unfolded.
Did the Republican National Committee splash out a staggering $150,000 since early September to get Sarah Palin all spiffed up for the campaign trail? And if she and John McCain don't win the election, does Palin get to keep all those versatile and stylish career separates? Updated
We missed this one a few days ago: Congress allowed the FCC to raise by tenfold the fines it can impose on radio and TV stations that air raunchy content. The vote was nearly unanimous in both houses of Congress. Remember what the "Southpark" creators told us: Horrible, despicable violence is OK, as long as you don't use potty language.