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Former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin told a news station her inaccurate version of Paul Revere's famous midnight ride, while she visited Revere's historical home in Old North Church, Bunker Hill on Thursday.
"He who warned, uh, the British that they weren't gonna be takin' away our arms, uh, by ringing those bells, and um, makin' sure as he's riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be sure and we were going to be free, and we were going to be armed," she said.
Whistleblower and former Sarah Palin aide Frank Bailey opened up to "Extra" about the ex-Governor of Alaska with his thoughts on her possible run for the presidency. In his candid interview, Bailey revealed, "She would be an absolute disaster as President."
The former member of Sarah Palin's inner circle dishes the dirt in a new tell-all titled, "Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin: Our Tumultuous Years." The scathing book details Frank's four years with Palin, based on 50,000 emails he wrote or received as a campaign and administration staffer. Frank, standing by his claims, cites the insider emails as evidence that back his stories.
Reality TV star and former Governor Sarah Palin saw her eldest son, Track, marry his high school sweetheart, Britta Hanson, in a small ceremony held very recently in Hatcher Pass, Alaska.
"Our families couldn't be happier!" the Hansons and Palins told People.com in a joint statement. "These are two hard working, humble, active, studious young adults who grew up together. We're tickled that after two decades of friendship we proudly witnessed their marriage, knowing their new life together will be blessed."
"The Hanson and Palin families are ecstatic and proud that Britta and Track married in one of our favorite spots in America, spectacular Hatcher Pass, Alaska," the statement continued. "It's a site we've all shared fun memories of skiing, snowboarding, hiking and snowmachining."
Britta, 21, and Track, 22, have been dating since high school. Track, now an Army Reservist after spending a year deployed in Iraq with a Ft. Wainwright Stryker Brigade, plans to continue his education at the University of Alaska, where Britta is currently a nursing student.
Bristol Palin's baby daddy Levi Johnston is ready to give an inside view on his experience with the Palins.
Johnston, who fathered Sarah Palin's grandson Tripp, has written a tell-all book titled, "Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin's Crosshairs," People.com reports.
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Former Alaska Governor and cancelled reality star Sarah Palin is denouncing her critics today by insisting she shares none of the blame in the tragic shootings that took place in Arizona on Saturday.
"Journalists and pundits should not manufacture a Blood Libel that serves only to incite the very hatred and violence that they purport to condemn. That is reprehensible."
After putting crosshairs on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords candidacy on a controversial map last year (which Palin subsequently removed from her site), Palin is now explaining her reasoning. "When we take up arms we're talking about our vote. We settle our political differences respectfully at the ballot box."