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Palin and the lamestream media!

Did you wake up this past Tuesday morning thinking you were still dreaming when you turned on the TV and saw Katie Couric co-anchoring ‘Good Morning America,’ frantically flipped the channel only to see Sarah Palin co-hosting the ‘Today’ show with none other than Matt Lauer!?

American Tipping Point

Hush puppies, for those coming in late, were once the casual shoe of choice in the late 1950s. By the 1990s they were pretty much vanished, disappeared to the fashion twilight zone along with tri-corner hats and powdered white wigs for men. They sold somewhere in the neighborhood of a pathetic 30,000 pairs a year, usually out of small family-run shoe stores in the small towns of off-the-beaten path America. The company that made them -- Wolverine -- was on the verge of giving up with the once iconic shoe from the Eisenhower-era that was, in 1950s beatnik lingo, "nowheresville" by the time of Bill and Hillary.

Alaska Releases 24,000 Pages of Emails From Palin

JUNEAU, Alaska -- Alaska officials on Friday released thousands of pages of Sarah Palin's emails from her first 21 months as governor, giving a fresh glimpse at the time when she rose to national prominence and became the GOP vice presidential nominee.

Boston Tea Party of 2011

Since the election of Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) all eyes have been on Massachusetts. An historically Democratic state and home to the most liberal politicians of the Kennedy family.

Congress freshmen on their first 100 days

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: It has been almost 100 days since the 112th Congress reconvened with a new GOP-controlled House. And here to help us examine what has been accomplished, what still needs to get done, are the lawmakers themselves.

Bachmann: "This was a lost opportunity"

In an interview with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann yesterday Sean said “If I was in the congress I would not have supported this deal. Twenty-eight people agree with me and you’re one of them.” In a battle over the deficit and where to make budget cuts, the Congress made an agreement just shy of midnight Friday night, at which point there would have been a government shutdown.

Pawlenty: "My record is unparalleled"

Former Minnesota Governor, Tim Pawlenty, who served as the State’s 39th Governor from 2003-2011 now has his sights set on the White House and is putting up a good fight for the 2012 Presidential Race.

A Newt Gingrich Presidency

SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was the talk of the political world this week as rumors swirled that a major announcement was imminent. And on Thursday, in Atlanta, Georgia, Speaker Gingrich revealed that he's one step closer to challenging "The Anointed One" in the year 2012 and it is forming a presidential exploratory website. Let's take a look.

Debate on the existence of race in the White House

As he began his second year in office, Obama's presidency was not going well. His legislation to overhaul the healthcare system was still bogged down in Congress. The unemployment rate, which polls showed was the top concern of most Americans, remained stubbornly high at about 10 percent, and much worse in many African-American communities. Obama's job-approval ratings had dropped markedly from the astronomical levels of his first few months to below 50 percent.

Troopers sent to absent senators' homes

State troopers were dispatched early this morning to the homes of all 14 Democratic state senators, who fled the Capitol a week ago to stall debate on a bill to restrict public worker bargaining rights.

A Miracle In Massachusetts

The election of the Republican Junior Senator from Massachusetts shocked the nation and is credited with starting the tea party title-wave. The GOP Senator was elected in a 2010 special election to serve the remainder of arguably the most Liberal Senator Ted Kennedy’s term when he died after a long struggle with a brain tumor.

Huckabee: A 2012 Presidential Candidate?

Former Arkansas Governor and 2008 Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee has released his ninth book, A Simple Government: Twelve Things We Really Need from Washington (and a Trillion That We Don’t). Does the Governor’s book allude to twelve reasons why he may run for President? Sean makes sure to press him.

Allen West Joins Black Caucus

Representative Allen West becomes the first Republican member of the all-Democratic Congressional Black Caucus in fourteen years. The last Republican member of the black lawmakers’ group is Representative Gary A. Franks of Connecticut, who left office in 1997.

Speaker Boehner

The House has elected Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) as the 61st Speaker of the House.

Boehner is the first Speaker from Ohio since Nick Longworth in the 1920s, for whom the Longworth House Office Building is named.

The vote was 241 to 173.