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Archive for October 8th, 2010

Bristol Palin Cleared in Nacho-Gate Investigation

Posted by Adrienne Ross on October 8, 2010

By Adrienne Ross –

Nacho-Gate has been put to rest, as any sane individual would have predicted. As covered here, the haters decided that Bristol Palin should be investigated for eating nachos at a restaurant while there to see Mark Ballas, her Dancing with the Stars partner, perform. Also, as covered here, Bristol not only adhered to the law; she exceeded it. Now, it’s official. Becky Bohrer reports:

State investigators say “Dancing with the Stars” contestant Bristol Palin did not violate the law by appearing last month at an Anchorage bar and grill.

Palin is 19, and the Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board received several complaints about her being at Rumrunners Old Towne Bar and Grill for a performance by her dancing partner, Mark Ballas.

Law permits those under 21 to be inside such establishments if they’re accompanied by a parent, spouse or legal guardian over age 21 and are there to eat.

Board Director Shirley Gifford says Palin was with an older guardian, drinking only water and eating nachos and chicken strips. She says there was nothing to indicate any law was broken.

Josh Painter breaks down the absurdity of this situation and the ongoing Palin Derangement Syndrome displayed by those hell-bent on destroying this family:

Bristol, and the other Palin offspring, had better be careful to only cross the streets within the borders of painted crosswalks, lest the PDS-afflicted run to the police and demand that they be charged with jaywalking. It seems that they would also be advised to check their pillows and make sure that no tags have been removed. That’s a federal crime, you know.

Josh’s comments, humorous as they seem, are not too far from the truth. This is an all-out campaign focused on destroying Governor Palin by any means necessary, That, of course, is what this is all about. And these PDS sufferers have no problem going after her children to achieve their goal. The Governor knows how to persevere, however, which she has demonstrated time and time again. She’s here to stay, and these pathetic antics will continue to fall flat. These people would do well to face it now.

(h/t Josh Painter)

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Gov Palin Raises $1 million for Faulkner Scholarship Fund

Posted by Ron Devito on October 8, 2010

AP Photo/Jamie Martin. H/T PalinTV and Conservatives4Palin

Governor Palin last night electrified a crowd of over 2,500 and raised $1 million for Faulkner University’s scholarship fund in a speech delivered at the Renaissance Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama, according to widespread media reports.

According to Markeshia Ricks, a reporter for the Montgomery Advertiser, Gov. Palin’s speech centered on “faith, its role in her life, and how it shapes one into a person of value.” She described how she became a Christian at age 11, allowed God to direct her life, and how that opened doors for her.

AP Photo/Jamie Martin. H/T PalinTV and Conservatives4Palin

Gov. Palin “challenged her audience to take their commitment to service to a higher level and became teary-eyed when talking about former University of Alabama football coach Gene Stallings and his son, John Mark Stallings,” Ricks reported. The university is naming its new football field after John Mark Stallings who was diagnosed with Down Syndrome and died at the age of 46, Ricks wrote.

AP Photo/Jamie Martin. H/T PalinTV and Conservatives4Palin

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Thank You Perry Center

Posted by Ron Devito on October 8, 2010

Bristol Palin today posted on Facebook:

Today I had the privilege to travel to Fargo, North Dakota to meet the great people at The Perry Center and to share my story with them. I hope that my testimony can provide a little something to women facing difficult and straining times in their lives.

The volunteers and donors of The Perry Center truly are heroes, and I would like to share a little of what they do with you.

The mission of The Perry Center is to provide a loving home for expectant mothers; it is a mission of hope where faith in God provides a bedrock of support.

The Perry Center provides expectant mothers with guidance on a broad range of issues, including: pregnancy, adoption, parenting skills, and life skills education. The Perry Center also has a wonderful mentor program for expectant mothers that more often than not leads to lifelong friendships. This is just a small part of what The Perry Center does for women in the Fargo, North Dakota area.

Click here to learn more about the Perry Center.

The Perry Center also has a Facebook page in which you can keep yourself updated with their latest work. Please become a fan of their page by clicking here.

The Perry Center is always looking for donations, and more importantly, items that can help an expectant mother facing the challenges of pregnancy and parenthood. You can give The Perry Center a helping hand by clicking here to donate online or by sending them much needed supplies and other items.

I was honored and blessed to meet the great people of The Perry Center, and I hope that by following the links above, you can also help out the heroes there in any way you can.

I’d especially like to thank the Larson family, particularly Pat and her son Joe, for their gracious hospitality during my visit, and for their unconditional support for the young women who walk through the doors of The Perry Center. There’s no doubt the staff, volunteers, and donors of The Perry Center are changing the lives of many girls by providing a safe home, a positive support system, opportunity and hope.

Please enjoy a a few photos from my trip below.


Bristol Palin

Meeting some of the moms at the Perry Center

With the Larson Family

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