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Palin Talks to Lou Dobbs and Support for Drilling in ANWR Has Increased by a Net 25 Points in the Last Eight Years/Open Thread; UPDATED: She was Not Scheduled on the Lou Dobbs Show

Remember that she’ll be the debut guest on Lou Dobbs’ new show on the Fox Business network tonight at 7 PM EST. In any event, here’s the news:

Gallup find that support for drilling in ANWR has increased by a net 25 points in the last eight years.

Judd Gregg’s article on the Hill is barely coherent in my opinion. His argument makes absolutely no sense. In any event, Karen Allen, Clyde Middleton, Dan Riehl, and Stacy McCain respond.

Cornell law Professor William Jacobsen asks Matt Labash "Does Being A Conservative Now Require That We Join In Sexualized Mocking of Conservative Women?"

2012 Candidates for President, Ranked in NCAA-Style Regionals

It’s pretty transparent why Team Obama is now shamelessly hyping Michele Bachmann’s prospects.

Even far-left liberal Geraldo Rivera concedes "the tough former governor is the strongest person in the room."

Opponents of Governor Palin’s oil tax reform are having a difficult time explaining this news.

What else is going on today?

Update by Doug
: Although some promos for this interview were aired. It appears that there was some miscommunication. Governor Palin had no Fox appearances scheduled for this week as she’s travelling overseas.


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