Wichita plays a role in an unflattering article in the October issue of Vanity Fair that Sarah Palin already has decried as “yellow journalism.” Among the dishy details offered by author Michael Joseph Gross: That hairstylists and makeup artists bound for Palin’s suite at the Hyatt Regency Wichita in May asked for “North Star.” That Palin “ranks as the all-time worst tipper” at the hotel: “$5 for seven bags.” That the “personally autographed bookplate” copies of her autobiography, “Going Rogue,” offered to guests at a $1,000-a-plate dinner with Palin were signed with an Autopen. That Rep. Todd Tiahrt, R-Goddard, told the crowd at the dinner, a fundraiser for Bethel Life School, to buy Palin’s book “so Sarah can buy a Learjet!”
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