(Note: I do not plan to write a singular review of Sarah Palin’s book, Going Rogue, but I do plan a series of pieces on different sections of the book – with more emphasis on the information conveyed than on the literary quality. This is the first of those pieces.)
You can’t help but notice that just about everyone who is part of the political establishment detests Sarah Palin. And you can’t help but notice that Palin couldn’t care less.
Early in the second chapter of Going Rogue, a chapter titled “Kitchen-Table Politics,” you learn everything you need to …