Although much of the information presented is found on both of our sites, this side portrays it in a very easy to follow, logical "flow chart" style.
I also LOVE the quote from Andrew Sullivan who is a columnist for The Atlantic (and really the only mainstream journalist who has continued to ask questions about this story) that was selected for use on the front of the website. I am going to quote it here. There is NO better summary.
I find the account of her pregnancy and labor provided by Palin to be perplexing ... and I have every right to ask questions about it .... If a story does not make sense or raises serious questions about the sincerity of a candidate's embrace of a core political message, it is not rumor-mongering to ask about it. It is journalism. And in the absence of any information from the Palin campaign, I have aired every possible view trying to explain it. What else am I supposed to do? Pretend that these questions don't exist? Pretend that her story makes sense to me? I owe my readers my honest opinion. That's not rumor-mongering, it's fulfilling my core commitment to my readers.