Dems' Dumpster Diving Docs Disputed: As we reported last night, the claim by two CSUS students that they found pages from Sarah Palin's contract in a campus dumpster have been disputed by the university's president. Hamid Shirvani says the paperwork was not part of Sarah Palin's speaking contract, but an unsigned copy of an earlier version of the agreement:
"Somebody took pages four to nine of an earlier contract, unsigned, that the vice president for advancement threw in her recycling trash bin," Shirvani said as he spoke on the matter for the first time. "This is not the contract. There's no price on it."Tuesday, several students opposed to Gov. Palin's June 25 speaking engagement at the school appeared at a news conference with State Senator Leland Yee, a Democrat from San Francisco, and a pile of documents, including bank stubs, financial spreadsheets and five pages of what Yee and the students claimed was part of the Palin contract.
Looks to us like another loaded cigar has made some Democrat heads explode. Wyle E. Coyote goes off the cliff again...
Not a Kernell of Truth: The son of a Democrat state Rep. in Tennessee will finally go to trial next week for wire fraud and intentionally accessing Sarah Palin’s e-mail account back in 2008. Gov. Palin will travel to Knoxville to testify for the prosecution. Reports from AP here and Knoxville's WATE here.
What side of the cable are you on? An interesting study of the demographics and political orientation of those who watch cable television finds that viewers of the History Channel, Discovery and TLC are very right-leaning:
Discover magazine's Razib Khan concludes, "It makes more sense now that TLC has Sarah Palin’s new show if they knew their viewer demographics well."
Moonbats Mahr, Matthews Make More Mindless MSNBC Misogynistic Madness: NewsBuster Geoffrey Dickens notes just how low a couple of pieces of human filth can sink in front of televisions cameras. Disgusting.
Palinmania, eh? Sarah Palin's next event is a fundraiser tonight in Hamilton Ontario:
It will benefit the Charity of Hope, an organization that helps children.The governor has donated some memorabilia to be auctioned off at the event for the children's charity.
About 9-hundred people are expected to attend tonight's 200-dollar a plate dinner.
Flight of the Imagination: There's quite a media buzz (like flies) over what Gov. Palin said when asked in Boston about teaming up with Mitt Romney for a 2012 White House run. She replied in a manner that was consistent with Reagan's 11th Commandment. People shouldn't try to make too much out of it. As Ed Morrissey commented, "Something tells me Sarah was having some fun with reporters..."