THE WINGNUT ISLAND OF MISFIT TOYS
I see that Sarah Palin and Fox News have parted ways.
I don't really care what happens to her now that she's regarded as a laughingstock even by her ideological soul mates, but if I had to guess, I'd say she'll probably start showing up on whatever sort of TV operation Glenn Beck has going these days. Both of them became too crazy and unstable even for the clinically paranoid Roger Ailes (his discontent with each of them was widely reported in the press); the two of them have done joint appearances (at a D.C. rally in August 2010 and at a Missouri rally in October 2011).
So, yeah, I think they'll team up, at rallies you'll find very easy to ignore and on broadcasts you probably can't find on your TV. The right turned buffoons like George W. Bush and Rush Limbaugh into people with the power to do real harm, but the right's power isn't absolute -- some clowns are just too clownish to do serious damage to the Republic (although Beck had a pretty good run).