Sarah Palin is in a legal battle against the New York Times because the outlet erroneously chose to create a link between her and the mass shooting that left Rep. Gabby Giffords seriously injured and six people dead in 2011 when Jared Loughner opened fire. Palin's decision to fight back via this defamation suit is a fight not only for herself, but for all of us. Tune in to The Adrienne Ross Show podcast to hear why the fight she's waging is not just one against what is "allegedly" (obligatory) the NYT's malicious, willful, and harmful reporting against the former vice presidential candidate, which alleged she incited the violence, but a fight every one of us should be deeply concerned about personally.
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Sarah Palin vs. the New York Times: Why Her Lawsuit Against the NYT Is Everyone's Lawsuit Against the NYT
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