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Archive for September 2nd, 2010

Tammy Bruce Talks with Rebecca Mansour

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 2, 2010


Video retrieved from PalinTV

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Governor Palin’s Speech at the Restoring Honor Breakfast

Posted by Dr. Fay on September 2, 2010

Governor Palin’s excellent speech at the Restoring Honor Breakfast:

Video retrieved from PalinTV

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Pictures of Bristol Palin at “Dancing with the Stars” Rehearsals

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 2, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Picture retrieved from Us Magazine.

Some early photos of Bristol Palin and other cast members at “Dancing With the Stars” rehearsals are available online. You can see them here and here.

Pop Eater reports:

Bristol Palin is ready to tango! She and her ‘Dancing With the Stars’ partner Mark Ballas hit the dance studio for the first time. “It’s positive and it’s a good competition. I wanted to step outside my comfort zone and have a good time,” she told Us Weekly.

ABC sources told PopEater’s Naughty But Nice Rob last week, “Bristol is excited and scared” for her debut. Her proud mama Sarah Palin plans to be sitting in the front row cheering her daughter on, the source adds.

Read more here.

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Rebecca Mansour Talks With Tammy Bruce About The Vile Vanity Fair Hit Piece On Sarah Palin

Posted by Gary P Jackson on September 2, 2010

By Gary P Jackson

If you haven’t seen it yet, you will. Vanity Fair, a cesspool of filth, has written yet another hit piece on Sarah Palin. I mean this is a full blown festival of lies. I sat down last night and tried to read this eight page pill of crap. I got to page three and needed a shower.

Of course, this comes off of an incredible few weeks for Sarah, where all of the people she has endorsed have won and won big, including Joe Miller in Alaska, who with Sarah’s help ended a 30 family dynasty.

So … like clockwork, the radical left had this hit piece ready to roll. Thing is, even JournoListers like POLITICO’s Ben Smith and lefty Kirstin Powers, no fan of Sarah’s are calling BS on this pile of poo.

Rebecca Mansour, founder emeritus of Conservatives4Palin, and now communications director for SarahPAC sits down and talks with Tammy Bruce about the craziness of all of these left wing losers.

From TammyBruce.com:

Rebecca Mansour is the founder of Conservatives4Palin.com and now works for SarahPAC. She joins me to discuss the Vanity Fair hit piece on Sarah Palin which also goes after Rebecca and C4P. In addition to being a part of the regular show and podcast, the interview will be segmented out and available here as a public stand-alone podcast for everyone. You can follow Rebecca on Twitter @RAMansour.

This is a great interview that gives you a solid behind the scenes look with Tammy and Rebecca. The podcast, which is 28:35 minutes long, can be heard here.

You can (and should) follow Tammy Bruce on Twitter @HeyTammyBruce

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Vanity Fair: “How Many Times Can We Libel in One Story?”

Posted by Ron Devito on September 2, 2010

Every time Gov. Palin scores a significant accomplishment, the leftist media spin machine has their hit piece ready to roll. In case anyone did not notice, Gov. Palin endorsed seven candidates who ran in the August 24 primaries. All seven candidates – 100% of them – won their primaries. In the case of one election, an under-funded underdog unseated a well-financed establishment Republican in an amazing upset victory.

Vanity Fair has a long and proud history of running hit pieces against Gov. Palin, and “Sarah Palin the Sound and the Fury” is the latest in that publication’s line-up.

Making Joseph Goebbels Proud

In the piece, Gov. Palin is portrayed as among other things: a megalomaniac, a bad tipper, a demonic woman with a horribly destructive temper, and a penchant for throwing things, all by anonymous sources, as delineated by Conservatives4Palin. Her supporters are depicted as cult-like. Conservatives4Palin and US for Palin are portrayed as “cheer-leading sites.” The meme involving Rebecca Mansour and SarahPAC appears to have been re-printed word for word from New York Magazine’s infamous “Palin, Inc.” hit piece. Every supporter of Gov. Palin is spoken of negatively. Those who don’t like her are portrayed as victims of a sinister Palin-controlled Mafioso type network running roughshod through Wasilla clamping down with an iron fist on those who would say anything negative about her.

The “North Star Conspiracy”

The lies extended to any business involved in any way with Gov. Palin and containing the name “North Star.” The North Star Group, an Amazon store owned and operated by US for Palin publisher Ron Devito got “honorable mention” as part of an alleged network of dark and mysterious North Star-branded entities owned and operated by what Vanity Fair implies is a Palin-controlled Mafia-like group. The North Star is part of the constellation that appears on Alaska’s State Flag. A number of Gov. Palin’s supporters refer to her as “North Star”. Why would we not use it in the names of businesses selling Gov. Palin-related merchandise? What exactly are we supposed to call it? Southern Cross?

The North Star Group sells products known to be used or referenced by Gov. Palin, which is appropriate for a blog site that supports her. Not mentioned by Vanity Fair, but along the same lines, North Star Promotions sells branded merchandise promoting Gov. Palin, and US for Palin. Gov. Palin and her staff do not own, operate, or have any other involvement in these businesses.

According to Conservatives4Palin, Even several known leftists – people who are no friends to Gov. Palin – have denounced this Vanity Fair article as a pack of lies.

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Bristol Palin and Dancing with the Stars

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 2, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com


The word is already out that Bristol Palin is delving into something new: competing on “Dancing with the Stars” this fall. Such an endeavor requires discipline, hard-work, and athleticism, not to mention courage to appear on a show with the viewership “DWTS” has. ABC News reports:

“Dancing with the Stars” was the second-biggest show on TV last season, behind “American Idol,” averaging about 20 million viewers. Celebrities pair with professional dancers in the weekly elimination contest, and undergo intense scrutiny in the tabloids.

The scrutiny has already begun, of course, and so unnecessarily and unfairly. The decision to go on the show had to be an enormous stepping-outside-the-box moment for Bristol, a shy young woman who is anything but a seasoned dancer. Putting herself out there with so many eyes watching, and so many already aiming negative comments in her direction, isn’t easy. Nonetheless, Bristol is excited about “Dancing with the Stars.”

The New York Daily News quotes rumors that she is a “diva,” which is as false as the rumors that her mom was a diva. You’d think people would pick a new smear instead of recycling the same old garbage. These rumors state that Bristol is “annoyed” with the press, doesn’t want to answer questions about her mom, and is “complaining.” Lies. Yawn. Moving on.

Bristol is to be applauded for embracing this opportunity to be a part of this family-oriented, wholesome show. Once again, she demonstrates that women can handle life’s challenges and have a good time simultaneously. With the support of her entire family, she is embracing this personal goal while serving as an example to women that yes, they can balance work and family. Comments from other women that somehow she should not take on this challenge make me scratch my head. That kind of mindset is not the message we want to send young ladies, including those who find themselves with responsibilities they didn’t envision. We can all receive encouragement from someone like Bristol who has taken charge of her life, is raising her son, securing her education, working hard, and pursuing new positive, healthy challenges that bring added joy to her life.

Not only is “Dancing with the Stars” known for its celebrities, competitiveness, and family friendliness, it’s also known for the outfits worn by the participants. Bristol touches on that and other things, as reported by Bang Media:

The 19-year-old single mother – who is the daughter of US politician Sarah Palin – plans to shun the skimpy, glitzy outfits normally worn on the show when season 11 launches in the US.

She said: “I think I will be the most dressed contestant and have the most modest outfits for sure because that’s who I am.

“I see this as something that’s fun and that’s positive and I’m going to be able to show my work ethic to people out there.”

The pretty teenager – who is mum to 20-month-old son Tripp – admits she is shy, but hopes her sporty background will help her do well in the competition.

She explained to People.com: “I have no experience in dance. But I come from an athletic background, so I’m thankful for that. I played basketball, volleyball, soccer, everything.”

Bristol, of course, is not sure what to expect, but no doubt, she’ll have a blast as she finds out. I encourage everyone to get behind her and support her in this exciting adventure.

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Vanity Fair Attacks Sarah Palin

Posted by loricalabrese on September 2, 2010

When there are rumors spreading like wildfire that a 2012 presidential run lies ahead, every note posted on Facebook is an immediate news story, a new book will be published soon, and the buzz is that you’re a politician who’s hit rock-star status, it’s no surprise people are going to gossip.

In this case, it’s Vanity Fair’s Michael Joseph Gross who hit the rumor mill and supposedly talked to some political strategists, Palin friends, hotel staff, shopkeepers, hairstylists and high-school friends of the Palin children on the condition of anonymity to dish the dirt on Sarah Palin. Vanity Fair, which often profiles presidential hopefuls, released two articles for their October issue on the former Governor, headlined “Sarah Palin: the Sound and the Fury” and “Sarah Palin’s Shopping Spree: Yes, There’s More ….” The articles paint Palin in a negative light–as a ruthless, secretive, deceptive, money and media-obsessed roadshow.

For instance, Gross writes that of the many famous people who have stayed at the Hyatt in Wichita (Cher, Reba McEntire, Neil Young), Sarah Palin ranks as the all-time worst tipper: $5 for seven bags.

Gross also writes that Sarah Palin has a terrible temper, citing that on the 2008 campaign trail, “one close aide recalls, it was practically impossible to persuade Palin to take a moment to thank the kitchen workers at fund-raising dinners. During the campaign, Palin lashed out at the slightest provocation, sometimes screaming at staff members and throwing objects.”

Gross also writes, “This whole hunter thing, for Sarah? That is the biggest fallacy,” says one longtime friend of the family. “That woman has never hunted. The picture of her with the caribou she says she shot? She got out of the R.V. to pose for a picture. She never helps with the fishing either. It’s all a joke.”

Despite the long article, it should be noted that Gross only names one person who went on the record, Colleen Cottle, who served on the Wasilla City Council when Palin was mayor. Cottle complained that Palin “had no attention span” and “does not understand math or accounting.”

Ooooh. Do you think Palin is singing, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”?

With only one named source, why should readers believe anything in this article? It seems Vanity Fair deserves it’s spot in the supermarket racks next to The Globe and The National Enquirer.

What I find most interesting about the Vanity Fair articles is that there’s no such thing as bad PR for Palin. The vanity Fair magazine is gossip, plain and simple, but people will be intrigued to read it because gossip sells. But whether they believe it is another issue.

People seem to have grown tired of the hit pieces on Palin, possibly because there are so many. Everyday you click on the computer or open a magazine, there’s an article portraying the former governor in a negative light. The reason why pieces like the two from Vanity Fair have almost no effect is simple: Americans can distinguish articles written to sell magazines and articles written to provide information.

Newsweek writes in an article, Why No Amount of Reporting Can Hurt Sarah Palin,, “Indeed, it is hard to imagine a more conventional politician surviving the claims that Gross makes. He systematically undermines the very aspects of her life that her image is built on: family, God, empowering women, children, and affinity for everyday folks.”

But Palin will survive because every day we wake up to find another hit piece published,  we all know it only helps her popularity, not tarnish it. It proves her point about the “lamestream media”  and just as Americans are losing faith in the current administration, Americans are losing faith in their news system and their responsibility to report THE NEWS.

Read more articles by the National Sarah Palin Examiner at Examiner.com

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Alaska Will Help Secure the Union; Joe Miller’s Moneybomb…

Posted by Ron Devito on September 2, 2010

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Friends, please join me saluting a patriot from Alaska who shocked the nation by proving the naysayers wrong.

Joe Miller’s record, intentions, and political philosophy represent the necessary direction Alaska and the rest of America must take to ensure prosperity and security. This decorated combat vet and graduate of West Point, Yale, and the University of Alaska understands the Constitution and will work tirelessly to defend it. He will reflect Alaska’s independent conservative conscience, ignore the influence of special interests, and work to restore America’s standing as the greatest force for good in this world. I believe we should positively contribute more to our society than we take from it, as that simple formula has made our country what it is today. And Joe’s message reflects that.

With this momentous victory, Alaska began a new chapter in our state’s history. We chose to help lead America to a bright new day with The Last Frontier at last exporting its pioneering spirit! I’m proud to see this take root because, after 51 years of statehood, Alaska will soar, thrive, and lead as we transition to “producer” status. Abraham Lincoln’s Secretary of State, William Seward, saw this day coming. He understood our land’s potential, so he purchased this rich land from Russia to utilize Alaska’s strategic location, resources, and pioneering spirit. These attributes will help secure the union. The recent political change we ushered in can help fulfill our statehood compact and make the federal government keep its end of the bargain it struck with us when we joined the union. With the feds holding title to most of our land up here, it’s time they allow Alaska to reach her potential and help secure America. Joe will fight for our opportunities.

Joe has won his primary, but he now needs our help to raise funds for the general election. Please join me in donating any amount you can spare to Joe’s moneybomb by clicking here. He can lead once he gets to D.C., but he needs our help to get there. Please give him a hand. Joe won’t let us down.

– Sarah Palin

Retrieved from: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=425397163434.

– Posted using BlogPress from my Palin-Powered iPhone

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Governor Palin on the Hannity Radio Show

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 2, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Courtesty of PalinTV, here’s Governor Palin on Hannity Radio yesterday:

If the video doesn’t display here, you can go to MotivationTruth to watch: http://bit.ly/bLhGyz

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Gov Palin Discusses Endorsement Victories on Hannity Radio

Posted by Ron Devito on September 2, 2010

Gov. Palin on Hannity retrieved from PalinTV.

Gov Palin on September 1, 2010 discussed her endorsement victories, common-sense conservatism, national security, foreign policy, Iowa, and dissatisfaction with party machines on Sean Hannity’s radio show.

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