FNC’s newest contributor Sarah Palin has thoughts on journalism and she voiced them on Oprah’s “Friday Live” show.
Palin believes in a bare bones style of journalism. She emphasized the “who, what, when, where and why” aspects of reporting that she says she learned when she studied journalism. “Just the facts,” Palin told Oprah, “gathering that information and letting the reader decide … ratcheting back to the simplicity of journalism.”
Palin plans to host an occasional program on FNC called “Real American Stories.”
In an unrelated note, Bristol Palin, who appeared alongside her mother, has the same “ing” issue as her mom — she’s not fond of tagging g’s onto her ing-words.
“Hi, how’s it goin’?” Bristol said, greeting Oprah.
The young woman then described a typical day in life:
“Gettin’ Tripp ready, giving him a bath…goin’ off to work, workin’, comin’ home, giving him another bath, gettin’ him ready for bed, feedin’ him.”
Oprah then asked the most dire question of the hour: “Are babies really that dirty?”