Frank Bailey (author)

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Frank Bailey (born 1970[1]) is a former aide to then Alaska governor Sarah Palin, and the principal author of Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin: A Memoir of Our Tumultuous Years.[2] He was involved in the Troopergate scandal that beset Palin during her participation, as the Republican candidate for Vice President, in the 2008 presidential campaign.

Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin[edit]

The book was released in May 2011 by Howard Books, a division of Simon & Schuster (ISBN 978-1451654400).[3] The book was coauthored by Jeanne Devon, editor of the Alaska based liberal weblog Mudflats, and economist Ken Morris, an author, former trader, and Wall Street critic.[4][5] The book was prematurely released online in February 2011.[6] The book received coverage in national media outlets, and was described by the Christian Science Monitor as "depict(ing) Palin as ill-prepared, immature, vindictive, and unethical."[7] Howard Books is a Christian publishing imprint of Simon and Schuster.[8] After the books publication, Bailey appeared on TV talk show The View, discussing his observations of Palin.


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