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Archive for January, 2013

Palin: Honor the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 22, 2013


Sarah Palin reminds us of the sacrifices made by Americans in the name of freedom and offered the following message on January 21st to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

From Palin’s Facebook page:


Today Americans honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s been 30 years since President Reagan signed this holiday into law in 1983, followed by its celebration three years later. We continue to look to Dr. King’s teachings which show us that our efforts—though seemingly futile at times—really do matter, that one person’s faith in something greater than self can lift all mankind, and that character alone should be the means whereby a person is measured, rather than the external things on which our society fixates.

This year marks 50 years since Martin Luther King stood before the Lincoln Memorial to proclaim his dream and remind the world that 100 years had passed since President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Now, 150 years after that historic signing, Americans still stand with both these men, ever committed to the freedoms that they worked to secure. They dedicated their lives for freedom, including freedom from stifling, overbearing governments. We will not squander what their efforts have wrought, we will not take for granted the blood that has been shed, and we will not fail to do our part to help preserve the freedoms that are uniquely American. In Dr. King’s own words, “Let freedom ring!” So, to these freedoms we cling so that future generations may know and love the America that those before us so sacrificially gave.

I encourage you to take time to reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King’s efforts to secure freedom and true equality and what those efforts have added to our lives today.


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Reagan’s Second Inaugural Address: A Model for 2016

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 21, 2013

Michael Reagan tweeted a link yesterday to this transcript of his father’s second inaugural speech.   It is striking how opposite Reagan’s world view was to that of Barack Hussein Obama.  Perhaps after 8 years of Obama’s destructive policies, our next President will be speaking words similar to Reagan’s.  Hopefully, that President will be Sarah Palin, for whom Reagan has been a model.

There are no words adequate to express my thanks for the great honor that you have bestowed on me. I will do my utmost to be deserving of your trust.

This is, as Senator Mathias told us, the 50th time that we the people have celebrated this historic occasion. When the first President, George Washington, placed his hand upon the Bible, he stood less than a single day’s journey by horseback from raw, untamed wilderness. There were 4 million Americans in a union of 13 States. Today we are 60 times as many in a union of 50 States. We have lighted the world with our inventions, gone to the aid of mankind wherever in the world there was a cry for help, journeyed to the Moon and safely returned. So much has changed. And yet we stand together as we did two centuries ago.

When I took this oath four years ago, I did so in a time of economic stress. Voices were raised saying we had to look to our past for the greatness and glory. But we, the present-day Americans, are not given to looking backward. In this blessed land, there is always a better tomorrow.

Four years ago, I spoke to you of a new beginning and we have accomplished that. But in another sense, our new beginning is a continuation of that beginning created two centuries ago when, for the first time in history, government, the people said, was not our master, it is our servant; its only power that which we the people allow it to have.

That system has never failed us, but, for a time, we failed the system. We asked things of government that government was not equipped to give. We yielded authority to the National Government that properly belonged to States or to local governments or to the people themselves. We allowed taxes and inflation to rob us of our earnings and savings and watched the great industrial machine that had made us the most productive people on Earth slow down and the number of unemployed increase.

By 1980, we knew it was time to renew our faith, to strive with all our strength toward the ultimate in individual freedom consistent with an orderly society.

We believed then and now there are no limits to growth and human progress when men and women are free to follow their dreams.

And we were right to believe that. Tax rates have been reduced, inflation cut dramatically, and more people are employed than ever before in our history.

We are creating a nation once again vibrant, robust, and alive. But there are many mountains yet to climb. We will not rest until every American enjoys the fullness of freedom, dignity, and opportunity as our birthright. It is our birthright as citizens of this great Republic, and we’ll meet this challenge.

These will be years when Americans have restored their confidence and tradition of progress; when our values of faith, family, work, and neighborhood were restated for a modern age; when our economy was finally freed from government’s grip; when we made sincere efforts at meaningful arms reduction, rebuilding our defenses, our economy, and developing new technologies, and helped preserve peace in a troubled world; when Americans courageously supported the struggle for liberty, self-government, and free enterprise throughout the world, and turned the tide of history away from totalitarian darkness and into the warm sunlight of human freedom.

My fellow citizens, our Nation is poised for greatness. We must do what we know is right and do it with all our might. Let history say of us, “These were golden years—when the American Revolution was reborn, when freedom gained new life, when America reached for her best.”

Our two-party system has served us well over the years, but never better than in those times of great challenge when we came together not as Democrats or Republicans, but as Americans united in a common cause.


Well, with heart and hand, let us stand as one today: One people under God determined that our future shall be worthy of our past. As we do, we must not repeat the well-intentioned errors of our past. We must never again abuse the trust of working men and women, by sending their earnings on a futile chase after the spiraling demands of a bloated Federal Establishment. You elected us in 1980 to end this prescription for disaster, and I don’t believe you reelected us in 1984 to reverse course.

At the heart of our efforts is one idea vindicated by 25 straight months of economic growth: Freedom and incentives unleash the drive and entrepreneurial genius that are the core of human progress. We have begun to increase the rewards for work, savings, and investment; reduce the increase in the cost and size of government and its interference in people’s lives.

We must simplify our tax system, make it more fair, and bring the rates down for all who work and earn. We must think anew and move with a new boldness, so every American who seeks work can find work; so the least among us shall have an equal chance to achieve the greatest things—to be heroes who heal our sick, feed the hungry, protect peace among nations, and leave this world a better place.

The time has come for a new American emancipation—a great national drive to tear down economic barriers and liberate the spirit of enterprise in the most distressed areas of our country. My friends, together we can do this, and do it we must, so help me God.

From new freedom will spring new opportunities for growth, a more productive, fulfilled and united people, and a stronger America—an America that will lead the technological revolution, and also open its mind and heart and soul to the treasures of literature, music, and poetry, and the values of faith, courage, and love.

A dynamic economy, with more citizens working and paying taxes, will be our strongest tool to bring down budget deficits. But an almost unbroken 50 years of deficit spending has finally brought us to a time of reckoning. We have come to a turning point, a moment for hard decisions. I have asked the Cabinet and my staff a question, and now I put the same question to all of you: If not us, who? And if not now, when? It must be done by all of us going forward with a program aimed at reaching a balanced budget. We can then begin reducing the national debt.

I will shortly submit a budget to the Congress aimed at freezing government program spending for the next year. Beyond that, we must take further steps to permanently control Government’s power to tax and spend. We must act now to protect future generations from Government’s desire to spend its citizens’ money and tax them into servitude when the bills come due. Let us make it unconstitutional for the Federal Government to spend more than the Federal Government takes in.

We have already started returning to the people and to State and local governments responsibilities better handled by them. Now, there is a place for the Federal Government in matters of social compassion. But our fundamental goals must be to reduce dependency and upgrade the dignity of those who are infirm or disadvantaged. And here a growing economy and support from family and community offer our best chance for a society where compassion is a way of life, where the old and infirm are cared for, the young and, yes, the unborn protected, and the unfortunate looked after and made self-sufficient.

And there is another area where the Federal Government can play a part. As an older American, I remember a time when people of different race, creed, or ethnic origin in our land found hatred and prejudice installed in social custom and, yes, in law. There is no story more heartening in our history than the progress that we have made toward the “brotherhood of man” that God intended for us. Let us resolve there will be no turning back or hesitation on the road to an America rich in dignity and abundant with opportunity for all our citizens.

Let us resolve that we the people will build an American opportunity society in which all of us—white and black, rich and poor, young and old—will go forward together arm in arm. Again, let us remember that though our heritage is one of blood lines from every corner of the Earth, we are all Americans pledged to carry on this last, best hope of man on Earth.

I have spoken of our domestic goals and the limitations which we should put on our National Government. Now let me turn to a task which is the primary responsibility of National Government—the safety and security of our people.

Today, we utter no prayer more fervently than the ancient prayer for peace on Earth. Yet history has shown that peace will not come, nor will our freedom be preserved, by good will alone. There are those in the world who scorn our vision of human dignity and freedom. One nation, the Soviet Union, has conducted the greatest military buildup in the history of man, building arsenals of awesome offensive weapons.30  We have made progress in restoring our defense capability. But much remains to be done. There must be no wavering by us, nor any doubts by others, that America will meet her responsibilities to remain free, secure, and at peace.

There is only one way safely and legitimately to reduce the cost of national security, and that is to reduce the need for it. And this we are trying to do in negotiations with the Soviet Union. We are not just discussing limits on a further increase of nuclear weapons. We seek, instead, to reduce their number. We seek the total elimination one day of nuclear weapons from the face of the Earth.

Now, for decades, we and the Soviets have lived under the threat of mutual assured destruction; if either resorted to the use of nuclear weapons, the other could retaliate and destroy the one who had started it. Is there either logic or morality in believing that if one side threatens to kill tens of millions of our people, our only recourse is to threaten killing tens of millions of theirs?

I have approved a research program to find, if we can, a security shield that would destroy nuclear missiles before they reach their target. It wouldn’t kill people, it would destroy weapons. It wouldn’t militarize space, it would help demilitarize the arsenals of Earth. It would render nuclear weapons obsolete. We will meet with the Soviets, hoping that we can agree on a way to rid the world of the threat of nuclear destruction.

We strive for peace and security, heartened by the changes all around us. Since the turn of the century, the number of democracies in the world has grown fourfold. Human freedom is on the march, and nowhere more so than our own hemisphere. Freedom is one of the deepest and noblest aspirations of the human spirit. People, worldwide, hunger for the right of self-determination, for those inalienable rights that make for human dignity and progress.

America must remain freedom’s staunchest friend, for freedom is our best ally.

And it is the world’s only hope, to conquer poverty and preserve peace. Every blow we inflict against poverty will be a blow against its dark allies of oppression and war. Every victory for human freedom will be a victory for world peace.

So we go forward today, a nation still mighty in its youth and powerful in its purpose. With our alliances strengthened, with our economy leading the world to a new age of economic expansion, we look forward to a world rich in possibilities. And all this because we have worked and acted together, not as members of political parties, but as Americans.

My friends, we live in a world that is lit by lightning. So much is changing and will change, but so much endures, and transcends time.


It is the American sound. It is hopeful, big-hearted, idealistic, daring, decent, and fair. That’s our heritage; that is our song. We sing it still. For all our problems, our differences, we are together as of old, as we raise our voices to the God who is the Author of this most tender music. And may He continue to hold us close as we fill the world with our sound—sound in unity, affection, and love—one people under God, dedicated to the dream of freedom that He has placed in the human heart, called upon now to pass that dream on to a waiting and hopeful world.

God bless you and may God bless America.

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See also:

Ronald Reagan


Reagan’s Legacy: Our 25-Year Boom

Reaganomics Vs. Obamanomics: Facts And Figures

The Culmination of Reagan’s Foreign Policy: “Tear Down This Wall!”

Remembering Reagan’s “Tear Down This Wall” speech 25 years later

February 2011 Is Reagan/Palin Appreciation Month (Updated)


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Ben Voth: Palin won the energy debate with Obama

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 20, 2013

From Ben Voth’s excellent article at The American Thinker:

Palin expounded on these sentiments in 2010:

Although the Left chooses to mock the mantra of “drill, baby, drill,” and they ignorantly argue against the facts pertaining to the need for America to responsibly develop her domestic supply of natural resources, surely they can’t argue the national security implications of relying on foreign countries to extract supplies that America desperately needs for industry, jobs, and security. Some of the countries we’re now reliant upon and will soon be beholden to can easily use energy and mineral supplies as a weapon against us.


Of course, in this case, anyone can increase drilling and lower oil prices — as long as it is not the United States.  In fact, while tightening the moratorium on the U.S. Gulf of Mexico drilling, the federal government provided money for foreign governments to use the same deep drilling techniques in South America to increase global oil supplies.  The rhetorical license the Obama administration has to take all sides of this debate is an important political advantage.

Nonetheless, Palin has proven to be the more prescient and intelligent advocate on energy policy.  Drilling in the United States is increasing dramatically; it has already transformed our economic outlook and almost everything we know about global geopolitical realities.  Palin’s simple energy creed portends the following stunning results:

1. The U.S. is on pace to become the largest producer of oil in the world by 2017 and will be an oil exporter by 2030 — according to the New York Times!

2. The U.S. has taken an overwhelming global lead on the production of natural gas.

These shocking realities will transform American and global life in several important ways:

1. With natural gas, the United States is on target to become one of the first major industrial nations to meet the CO2 goals of Kyoto — without ever becoming an official signatory.  Natural gas replacement of Obama’s “all of the above” strategy has dramatically reduced CO2 emissions in the United States to 1992 levels.  It is quite possible that this trend will reduce CO2 to 1990 levels — the goal of the Kyoto protocol on climate change.  Currently planned power plant changes will reduce the levels below 1980 levels!

2. The abundance of natural gas has so lowered energy prices that the United States is poised to become a resurgent global manufacturing power.  Energy costs are one of the most central and crucial aspects of manufacturing.  The United States has lower energy costs than China and many other rival manufacturing nations, and those costs are headed lower.  The unthinkable is happening: America will rise again as a manufacturing power in the course of this next mega-energy decade.

3. American energy production in oil and gas is booming the budgets of the production states into staggering surpluses!  While the federal government continues sailing off every conceivable fiscal cliff imaginable, governments in states such as North Dakota and Texas are racking up billions of dollars in annual surpluses to their state treasuries.  For 2012, Texas recorded an $8-billion surplus.  That is expected to grow to $20 billion in 2013.  The debate in the Lone Star legislature is what to do with all that extra money.  Having escaped the energy “crucifixion“-fixated EPA, these states will serve as compelling counterarguments to the draconian federal vision of banning domestic production so that Middle East oil sheiks can make more money selling anti-fracking films such as Promised Land or buying TV channels from climate charlatans like Al Gore.

4. Previous norms of global oil production meant that Japan, China, Europe, and America were transferring approximately $1 trillion each year to dangerous governments in the Middle East, including Iran and Saudi Arabia.  Regardless of how the global price of oil is set, the increasing prospects of that $1 trillion being transferred to the pockets of American oil and natural gas industries suggests a complete transformation of global politics.  The imperative to protect Middle East oil resources with American military power is diminished.  The capacity to fund petro-genocide from Sudan to Iran is severely limited.  Despite the president’s insistence to the contrary, the American free market position on oil does jeopardize the global pricing scheme of oil in a way that could help every worthwhile global citizen.  At present, a major portion of global supply is manipulated by a price cartel known as OPEC.  The cartel is premised on the reality of controlling supply.  That control is slipping away, and into the hands of nations such as Canada, the United States, and Mexico.  With rational actors at the production helms, the potential for price spikes based on the irrational behavior of anti-Semitic warlords in Iran or terror-sympathetic Saudi sheiks is greatly diminished.

Even though the president apparently lost this energy debate to Sarah Palin, he was clearly right about one thing: the American people are not stupid.  The American people have by way of their own ingenuity and hard work built a process for extracting oil and natural gas unanticipated by advanced energy gurus such as T. BoonePickens.  Pickens recently acknowledged that the abundance of natural gas means that energy alternatives such as wind are not economically viable.  Predicting the future is difficult, but relying on the ingenuity and hard work of Americans has generally proven to be a safe bet — you betcha!

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Gov. Palin Predicted Tie-In Between Obamacare and Gun Control

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 19, 2013

Maggie at Maggie’s Notebook points out that Governor Palin predicted the tie in between Obamacare and gun control in 2009:

Sarah Palin predicted what we have seen this week, the tie to health care and gun control, and she said it in 2009.

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin

This is what Governor Palin said on August 1, 2009:

“And by the way… On health care issues going on in D.C. right now? Be wary when some kind of tie-in occurs; Because it will come up: A tie-in with guns in an attempt to take away our Second Amendment rights under the guise of some new health care plan – You know that this is coming – That the two issues will somehow crop up and they’ll be tied together. So we have to be very wary on this.” ~ Governor Sarah Palin, August 1, 2009 Anchorage, Alaska

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(You can view the actual footage in Tony Lee’s article at

Jim Meyer in an article at NewsMax confirms this:

You’re visiting a doctor because you have flu symptoms. After checking your heart, pulse and other vital signs, the doctor says, “By the way, the federal government has authorized me to ask you: What type and how many guns do you have in your home?”

Sound like George Orwell’s 1984?

No. It’s 2013.

And if President Barack Obama gets his way by executive order, doctors across the country could play a key role in his new gun control initiative.


Obama on Wednesday released 23 executive actions and orders to limit gun usage. And many already have stirred significant controversy.

Order 16, for example, might raise serious concerns with privacy advocates. The order, as summarized, states federal agencies will “clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their patients about guns in their homes.”

In addition, a fact sheet provided by the White House with the order list elaborates: “Clarify that no federal law prevents health care providers from warning law enforcement authorities about threats of violence.”

The fact sheet continues: “Doctors and other mental health professionals play an important role in protecting the safety of their patients and the broader community by reporting direct and credible threats of violence to the authorities. But there is public confusion about whether federal law prohibits such reports about threats of violence. The Department of Health and Human Services is issuing a letter to health care providers clarifying that no federal law prohibits these reports in any way.

“Doctors and other health care providers also need to be able to ask about firearms in their patients’ homes and safe storage of those firearms, especially if their patients show signs of certain mental illnesses or if they have a young child or mentally ill family member at home. Some have incorrectly claimed that language in the Affordable Care Act prohibits doctors from asking their patients about guns and gun safety. Medical groups also continue to fight against state laws attempting to ban doctors from asking these questions.

“The Administration will issue guidance clarifying that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit or otherwise regulate communication between doctors and patients, including about firearms.”

The National Rifle Association has long argued that doctors violate patients’ Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms by asking about gun ownership.

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Lloyd Marcus: Sarah Palin a Remarkable Advocate for Conservatism

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 19, 2013

Excellent article by Lloyd Marcus at The American Thinker (h/tp SarahNET):

January 19, 2013

The Lesson in the Betrayal of Sarah Palin

By Lloyd Marcus

Rush Limbaugh on his radio show discussed an article which stated that there is no respected voice in the national arena articulating conservatism.  Such an advocate for conservatism is crucial to reversing the direction of America as Obama drives us toward socialism while low-info voters gleefully sing Kumbaya in the backseat.

Well excuse me for pointing out the obvious, but we had an extraordinary advocate for conservatism, and look what happened to her.  Judas on our side betrayed her — sold her reputation for 30 seconds of fame and favor with the media.

Even now, folks on our side are still beating up on Sarah Palin, saying Palin has lost her appeal — Palin is unelectable — Palin wasn’t smart enough — Palin wasn’t prepared, etc.  So this is how we treat our heroes.


We conservatives act as if our representatives must be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ — perfect in every way.  At a conservative’s slightest misstep, Republicans/conservatives trip over one another backing away from the individual in an effort to get out of the media’s and Democrats’ line of fire.

Clearly, advocates of conservatism are expected by both parties to walk on water.

Word on the political street is we need a respected advocate for conservatism to reach low-info voters.  While I do believe that a new voice will emerge, I wonder who could be better than Sarah Palin?  Will we betray our new conservative hero?

Inevitably, Palin’s humanity was revealed; she was not perfect.  But still, Palin is extraordinary and will be a tough act to follow.

Allow me to recap.  Immediately following her amazing VP nomination acceptance speech, the media/the left went crazy, consumed with hatred and a desperate desire to destroy her.  Why?  Palin was a beautiful, smart, articulate, and strong woman who boldly touted traditional values and a love for God, family, and country — all of which are anathemas to the left.

No tactic was too low to discredit Palin.  Thus, the left even attacked Trig, Palin’s Down syndrome child.

Women in my family parroted the media talking point that Palin was bad for women.  I thought, “You idiots…Palin is the epitome of everything the left/Democrats claim to desire for women — successful inside and outside the home.”

While she was governor of Alaska, the left tried to drown Palin in lawsuits.  Palin resigned to save her state from the cost and aggravation.  The left’s mantra was that Palin is a quitter, and Republicans/conservatives joined their chorus.

Another thing the left successfully did to discredit Palin was to brand her “stupid.”  Who among us could survive every word out of our mouths being judged from a point of view that we are stupid?  Meanwhile, Obama ran around saying America has 57 states, and the media completely ignored this faux pas, along with several others.

Despite relentless attacks by hostile interviewers, in every TV interview, Palin always stood strong, boldly touting conservatism.  Man, you got to love this remarkable woman.

Also completely ignored is Palin’s tremendous charisma, which I witnessed firsthand on numerous occasions.  We launched one of our Tea Party Express national bus tours in Searchlight, Nevada — a huge dust bowl.  Palin was our keynote speaker.  Twenty-five thousand patriots attended, with many camping out the night before to reserve their spot.  Through the windows of our Tea Party Express bus as we arrived, I watched seniors who parked a mile away using walkers to make their way to the event.  In all of my 400 Tea Parties and 9 tours across America, no one — I repeat, no one — affected audiences like Sarah Palin.

When this new conservative voice emerges on the scene, will we stand behind our hero no matter what, barring something immoral or criminal?  Or will we expect our guy or gal to be the second coming of Jesus?  Have we learned something from the Republican/conservative betrayal of Palin and their passivity and culpability in the media’s vicious, vile destruction of her image?

Sarah Palin, on behalf of We The People, I wish to thank you for your profile in courage, trumpeting conservatism (God, family, and country).

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My thoughts are that we haven’t seen the last of Governor Palin.  To quote her father, Chuck Heath, Sr., “She’ll be back!”

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Buddies: Trig and Tripp

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 18, 2013

Bristol posted this photo on her blog yesterday.  Precious!

Trig and Tripp - Buddies

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Tea Party Plea to Sarah Palin

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 18, 2013

ImageAs of recent, Sarah Palin has been much too quiet and folks are taking notice.  The owner or one of the administrators of Facebook page “The Tea Party”  posted an open letter to Sarah Palin imploring her to  speak up and get more involved again now that the current administration is attacking our second amendment rights.  This little request by The Tea Party has created an avalanche of messages on Palin’s Facebook page from “we the people” who are simply fed up with both parties.  Sample posts here, here, and here. At time of writing, this “Dear Sarah” letter has been shared in excess of 23,400 times and has received more than 153,000 “likes”.

Following is from The Tea Party Facebook page:

Dear Sarah:

We’ve missed you. We know you spend a lot of time with your family now and are on Fox News a lot, but we think it is time for “Momma Grizzly” to make an appearance again. Who better than you who grew up with all kinds of firearms to get involved again and lead a movement to protect the 2nd Amendment. Since many republicans in Congress are too weak-kneed to stand up to a tyrannical Constitution breaking President, maybe it’s high time for you to come to Washington and take down some of these corrupt gun grabbing politicians just like you did in Alaska by showing them why Americans have an ABSOLUTE 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and it “SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED” upon as the US Constitution states. It will drive the left absolutely CRAZY for you to get involved and stand up to Obama and his executive orders. Give us a shout and let us know you are in!

Click “LIKE” if you are against the President forcing 23 presidential “actions” on you without the consent of Congress, to limit your 2nd amendment rights

So Sarah, what say you?

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Palin: Be Confident

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 15, 2013

Sarah Palin tweeted a few words of encouragement earlier this evening.  Palin supporters can always count on her to offer inspiration at just the right time.


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Ben Shapiro Talks to Kevin Scholla About Bullying by the Left and the Need to Punch Back Twice As Hard

Posted by Dr. Fay on January 14, 2013

Video retrieved from sarahnettoo.

Ben Shapiro, editor-at large at, talked to Kevin Scholla at  SarahNet Radio about his new book, Bullies:  How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences Americans, which was recommended highly by Governor Palin in a recent Facebook post.

In answer to Scholla’s questions, Shapiro made the following remarks (among many others).

The bullies he describes in the book are the left,  the media, and those in the government who demonize the other side to shut down the debate and the discussion of the issues.  They are the thugs and the racists that they accuse their opponents of being.  They try to shut down everything that disagrees with their positions.  Thy are the bigots and the racists.   They want to silence the debate.

For example, they stand on the dead bodies of  kids at Sandy Hook, and then they proclaim that if you disagree with them, you don’t care about the children of Sandy Hook.  They have used this argument to attack the Second Amendment.

Governor Palin doesn’t buy into the narrative.  She leads off by saying that  people are trying to smear, so you have to take what they say with a grain of salt.

It is useless to talk policy with leftists like Piers Morgan and Chris Matthews because they’re not interested in talking policy, only in demagogueing.  (Read more about his interview with Piers Morgan here and watch the video here.)   So you have to punch back twice as hard.  Some folks out there have forfeited their rights to civility by being uncivil in the first place.

The left has used race over and over again against those who oppose their positions.  (Shapiro uses the Trevon Martin case as an example.)  If you disagree with Obama, you’re a racist.   A lot of them are just bad, nasty people.   Liberalism at its root is not about evidence, it’s about feeling better than the other guy,  trying to prove that  they are morally right and the right is morally wrong.   The left doesn’t want to have a rational conversation.

To win back the party, Republicans  must begin with the Tea Party.  The Tea Party says,  call me whatever you want.  I understand you’re demagogueing the issue.

The left is frightened of Gov. Palin because she is a woman who is a conservative.  Conservatives who are members of any victimized minority group – the left hates them because it makes it very difficult to demonize them.  If the left does not eliminate them, they lose by default.  Shapiro used Sarah Palin as an example of a conservative woman and himself as an example of a conservative Jew.

Scholla mentioned that Bristol is giving away copies of Shapiro’s book on her blog, to which Shapiro responded that  ” it is very sweet of them – I’m a big fan.”

Shapiro said that the theme of Andrew Breitbart’s  life was fighting bullies.  He knew Breitbart for well over a decade, and Breitbart  always said that his main goal in life was to fight the bullies.  He made it his life’s message to fight against the bullies.   Breitbart said that it is vitally important that we walk toward the fire and fight the fight.  We didn’t start this fight, but we’re going to end it.

Copies of  Shapiro’s book can be purchased here and here.   His new website can be found at

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Palin: Please Read Ben Shapiro’s New Book

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on January 9, 2013

ImagePosted to Sarah Palin’s Facebook page earlier today: 

Ben Shapiro has a great new book out called Bullies: How The Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences America.” Ben’s premise about the left’s silencing tactics is absolutely correct. Obviously I’ve witnessed the left’s bullying behavior up close and personal when it’s been directed at those so close to me. And, of course, I’ve seen how nasty it can be for other conservatives as well. You know, there’s something especially ugly about the way the left goes after children of conservatives. I still find it highly ironic that the supposedly “tolerant” left has done nothing but bully, demonize, and judge my daughter Bristol for making the right decision to keep her baby and work so very hard as a single mom to care and provide for him. I don’t know of any conservative “war on women,” but I sure have seen the left’s war on conservative women!

Please read Ben’s book and consider his advice about how we must stand up and push back twice as hard against this bullying. We must not allow ourselves to be frightened into silence. Yes, it’s hard to “keep on keeping on” when being pushed around – but like Ronald Reagan said: when we stiffen our spines, those around us can stiffen theirs, too! Press in, press on. Don’t retreat, friends!

– Sarah Palin

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