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This is the time of “red, wild and blue Amer­ica” says the Sports­man Chan­nel, which re­cetnly show­cased new host Sarah Palin be­fore the Hol­ly­wood press. The for­mer pres­i­den­tial hope­ful will host a power break­fast at the 2014 Tele­vi­sion Crit­ics As­so­ci­a­tion in Pasadena, Calif., to talk up “Amaz­ing Amer­ica,” an orig­i­nal life­style se­ries which de­buts in April. “Griz­zlies are un­pre­dictable,” the net­work ad­vises, “and we’ve go the mother of them all.”

Producers in­tend to demon­strate “where the Amer­i­can spirit and the great out­doors are cel­e­brated in equal mea­sure,” the chan­nel notes. Oth­ers have thoughts about the for­mer Alaska gov­er­nor.

“I’m not a de­fender of ev­ery­thing she says. I don’t hear ev­ery­thing she says. But I know she rep­re­sents a cer­tain group of peo­ple who rose up against their own party, which you rarely see. I prob­a­bly hired her back, if you re­ally want to get to the bot­tom of it, to give her a chance to say her piece and piss off the peo­ple that wanted her dead,” FOX News CEO Roger Ailes told the Hol­ly­wood Reporter, re­gard­ing Mrs. Palin’s con­tin­ued pres­ence on his net­work.

“Hmmm. Funny. I ac­cepted for the same rea­son,” she coun­tered on her Face­book page in re­sponse.


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