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Consider this another sign of the impending apocolypse: In a recent interview with Alaska radio station KFQD, former vice-presidential hopeful Sarah Palin reportedly stunned listeners by saying that she would be “proud to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate.” The quote came in response to a question about Palin’s future political goals. “Frankly, I’ve never stopped eyeing the White House,” she explained. Read More
Happy Friday BUSTies! It was a fairly quiet week in our neck of the woods (with the exception of a possible snowpocalypse that turned out to be more of a mini-blizzard). Following last's weeks eleventh hour abortion restriction bill, we're actually a little glad to have a slightly slower news week. Any time period where women's rights aren't institutionally pared down goes on the good pile, in our books.   So what did happen that you may have missed? Well...   1. Read More
In an interview on Friday, Sarah Palin said that we can “absolutely say that [she is] seriously interested” in running for President. At the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines, she spoke on her love for America’s veterans, her support of Iowa senator Joni Ernst, and how President Obama is “just not that into” America. She also spoke very fervently on “stopping” Hillary Clinton, leading us to believe she might actually have some inclinations to campaign against her. “It’s gonna take more than a village to beat Hillary... Read More
The latest and last installment of the MAKERS documentary series, “Women in Politics,” airs tonight at 9/8c on PBS. Narrated by Alfre Woodard, the continuing struggle for female representation in politics is personified in the stories of  Shirley Chisholm, Olympia Snowe, and Hillary Clinton, among others.   Just in time to make us feel really satisfied about voting today, right? (Go vote. Read More
Ever want to meet a Parasaurolophus, Sauropoda, or a Triceratops? Satirical site The Daily Current, portrayed former Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin claiming that dinosaurs could very well be in our future.  The “logic” is that as global warming bakes our planet, we should be expecting encounters with these “friends.” The article joked that she stated, "Personally, I can't wait to see what a triceratops looks like in real life. Read More
Recovering 30 Rock addicts who tuned in to watch Tina Fey on Inside the Actors’ Studio on Wednesday received an extra, maverick-sized surprise. Responding to host James Lipton’s request to interview Sarah Palin, Fey reprised her famous Palin impression and busted out a series of gems such as “you know, I believe that if everybody had guns, then there would be fewer guns in the stores. Read More
Its probably no surprise that rapper Snoop Dogg (Lion, whatever) wants to legalize marijuana.  But he along with over 600 hundred other celebrities and politicians have joined together on the new website Marijuana Majority with the common goal of legalizing weed. Read More
The GOP has been incredibly disconnected from women lately, but there’s one area where that could be a good thing: the vice presidential debates. Vice President Joe Biden is a sassy bitch. When someone says something stupid, he chuckles and shakes his head in a way that makes me want to hang my head in vicarious shame for the offender, or point and laugh, depending on who we’re talking about. And bless his sassy bitch heart, but Biden didn’t quite know how to handle Sarah Palin during the last vice presidential debate. He grinned widely while she babbled nonsense, sure. Read More
                    To me, feminism is an all-encompassing word. It’s about inclusion. But it seems not everyone agrees. In a piece on The Christian Post’s website, Sarah Hamaker declares that there’s a new feminist out there. One who “embraces Christianity” and has “a calling in politics.” It’s no surprise that she references Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin as the models for this movement. Now, I (along with many others) never thought Christian women couldn’t be feminists. Read More
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich is credited with the famous quote, “Well-behaved women seldom make history,” which is a phrase that has since become a slogan of just about everyone and their grandma. (There’s even a coffee mug floating around the BUST office with the quote.) But at 92nd Street Y’s recent talk on Women in Politics moderator Alison Stewart, host of PBS’s Need to Know, asked authors Nora Ephron and Rebecca Traister how this quote relates to women in politics historically and today. Read More
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