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Archive for March, 2013

Palin: Washington DC shirked constitutional duty by not passing budget in almost 4 years

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 20, 2013

Governor Palin posted this on Facebook a little earlier this afternoon:

Do you agree that Washington shirked their constitutional duty by not passing a budget in almost four years? Remember these are the “leaders” we’ve sent there to represent us and be good stewards of our hard earned tax dollars. Article One, Section Nine, Clause Seven of the United States Constitution states: “No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public Money shall be published from time to time.”

“The liberties of a people never were, or ever will be, secure when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.” — Patrick Henry

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Sign Conservative HQ’s petition to support Governor Palin!

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 20, 2013

Palin supporters, please go here and sign this petition posted at Conservative HQ:

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Petition to Support Governor Sarah Palin


Tell Karl Rove you are tired of Washington’s elite disrespecting Sarah Palin and her millions of grassroots supporters

To: Mr. Karl Rove, American Crossroads, P.O. Box 34413, Washington, DC 20043


Dear Mr. Rove:

Every time you disrespect Governor Sarah Palin, you disrespect the millions of grassroots conservatives and Tea Party activists who share her views. We are tired of the disrespect you and other inside-the-Beltway elitists show us when we are the ones who provide the manpower, make the phone calls and cast the votes Republicans need to win.

While you and the rest of the Republican establishment have grown rich off the insider schemes you have concocted to make money off of political campaigns, Sarah Palin speaks for those of us who are hurting out in America’s heartland. While you and your establishment Republican cronies have gotten rich whether Republicans won or lost, we are the ones suffering the consequences of another four years of Barack Obama as President.

Mr. Rove, Sarah Palin is right; when Washington is so powerful that seven of the ten highest income counties in the country ring the city, it is time we allow ourselves to imagine an earthshaking change in Washington — leadership that understands us little people, us “clinging to our God, our Guns, our Constitution and our grassroots,” as Governor Palin put it. We stand with Sarah to imagine leadership in Washington, and in the Republican Party, that actually takes seriously the idea of government of the people, by the people, for the people. If you want our support and our votes then we demand respect us and those who speak for us, like Governor Sarah Palin.


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Gov. Palin offers condolences to families and friends of Marines lost in Nevada explosion

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 20, 2013

Gov. Palin tweeted her condolences to the family and friends of the Marines lost in an explosion during a training exercise at the Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada.

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Mark Levin Responds to Karl Rove’s Swipe at Gov. Palin

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 20, 2013

Video retrieved from sarahnettoo.

Mark Levin applauded Governor Palin’s CPAC 2013 speech and lit into Karl Rove over his remarks about Governor Palin on FOX News Sunday.

Dan Calabreese also criticized Rove for his “tired cheap shot” at Governor Palin.  You can read about that here.

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Palin Set to Speak at NRA-ILA Leadership Forum

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 20, 2013


Sarah Palin will be one of several featured speakers at the upcoming NRA-ILA Leadership Forum to be held on May 3rd in Houston, Texas,  The Leadership Forum is considered to be a special event within the annual NRA Meeting and a special ticket is required for entry.

From the NRA website:

This is your chance to join Wayne LaPierre and NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox, along with our nation’s top Second Amendment leaders in government, the media, and the entertainment industry…as we build our battle plan for defeating Obama’s sweeping assault on our gun rights. Your attendance at this year’s Forum is vitally important to the immediate future of our Second Amendment rights. Seating is very limited for this event, so please order your tickets today!

The Faceook page for this event offers the following event description:

Join Wayne LaPierre and NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox for the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum. This year’s Forum will feature some of our nation’s top Second Amendment leaders, including: former Governor Sarah Palin, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, Governors Rick Perry and Bobby Jindal, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum, and former Congressman Asa Hutchinson. Seating is limited. Act now to get your tickets!

h/t Sarah Palin Journal

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Happy 12th birthday, Piper Palin!

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 19, 2013

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Today is Piper Palin’s birthday, and we at SPIB want to wish her a very happy and blessed birthday.  Piper is growing up quickly and is active in sports and dancing and other things kids her age in Alaska do.  She is a young beauty already,  just like her Mom and sisters.

Happy birthday, Piper!  May you have many more birthdays to come, and may all of them be filled with happiness and joy.  May the Lord guide you as you pursue your dreams, and may all of them come true.

Earlier today, Governor Palin wished Piper a happy birthday on Facebook:

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We love you more than life itself, from the whole family!
Photo: Happy Birthday, Piper Indi Grace! We love you more than life itself, from the whole family!
Photo: Happy Birthday, Piper Indi Grace! We love you more than life itself, from the whole family!
Photo: Happy Birthday, Piper Indi Grace! We love you more than life itself, from the whole family!
Photo: Happy Birthday, Piper Indi Grace! We love you more than life itself, from the whole family!

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#SarahPalinDoes Lights Up Twitter

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 19, 2013


In response to a comment from Tucker Carlson during an interview with Greta Van Susteren, Palin supporters set Twitter “on fire” with #SarahPalinDoes. As usual, Twitchy did a great job in featuring some of the best tweets here.

Mr. Carlson, in his infinite wisdom (or his complete ineptness) uttered, during Van Susteren’s interview, that he was “not clear what Sarah Palin does”.  In my opinion, Carlson is simply part of the main stream (lame stream) media whose agenda is to tear down the most powerful and influential voice for grassroots Conservatives. I’m going to go out on and limb and guess that Mr. Carlson is not familiar with the following:  It is often said in Alaska that “the Alaskan political landscape is littered with the bodies of those who underestimated Sarah Palin.”

In response to tweets with hashtag #SarahPalinDoes, Sarah Palin tweeted the following message of thanks:

#SarahPalinDoes appreciate support from those who are in it for a reason, not a season.

Thanks Governor Palin.  We’ve got your back too.

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Andrew Malcolm: Palin Punches Have Power

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 18, 2013


Excellent article by Andrew Malcolm at Investor’s Business Daily (emphases mine).  It was actually written after her CPAC 2012 speech, but it is still a good analysis of how Gov. Palin connects with here audience.

Sarah Palin has been generally laying low these past several months save for her regular guest shots on Fox News and Fox Business and carefully-calibrated op-ed commentaries on a wide variety of current subjects released on her Facebook page.

It can be a good life not running for anything. Ask Mike Huckabee. You can talk about what you want to talk about. Not talk about what you don’t want to discuss. Life isn’t a blur of airplane hangars and cellphone flashes at your every move.

With two daughters in tow, Palin emerged from Alaskan hibernation this weekend to headline the year’s top conservative political event, the Conservative Political Action Conference in a sprawling Washington hotel the size of Rhode Island.


No wonder CPAC saved Sarah for last. And adjourned the conference during her applause.

No one in their right mind would go on-stage after Palin’s political palaver. People who dislike or fear her are incapable of seeing or admitting it. But that doesn’t diminish the reality that Palin is a rare political celebrity and, therefore, an unharnessed power to be reckoned with within the GOP for the foreseeable future.

We’re not talking about her running for any office. We’re talking about her influence, her enduring proven ability to attract and then ignite a crowd — even before anyone sees her. The CPAC buzz was electric all-day. Impatient “Sar-ah! Sar-ah!” chants broke out during preceding speakers.

She has the ability to speak about issues that profoundly bother the audience in common ways and words that listeners instantly recognize and wish they had thought to say just that way. Watch in the video below of her full CPAC speech for how this church-going mother of five mocks Obama’s Winning the Future program with an almost off-color aside. And prompts shared laughter, not shock.

She gets immense unspoken credit for withstanding an amazing amount of abuse and keeping on ticking. Palin punches have power, like her elbows beneath the basket in high school athletic days. One supporter said to me, as if it was the highest contemporary compliment possible, “She fights like a girl!”

Most politicians these days talk to their audiences or, worse, at them. Even the Real Good Talker, who made his name on a 2004 convention speech and has been giving too many ever since. Governing is hard work. Campaigning is tiring, but much easier. So, he has been and will be campaigning, blaming others as usual.


Instead, instinctively Palin doesn’t speak at or to audiences. She speaks for them. She tells them what they’ve already accomplished through the tea party, for instance, and what they can accomplish this year and beyond if united. It’s empowering and invigorating, no longer burdened by the attacks of enemies, she need play no defense. The audience hears that she knows them and eagerly becomes hers. To criticize Sarah is to criticize them.

It’s a refreshing phenomenon to watch politically when compared to the current bipartisan cast of characters trying to communicate publicly in this presidential election year. Fascinating, as on either side the ones who are running aren’t connecting. The one who isn’t, is. 

Excerpting Palin speeches loses the flow, the knitting together of her thoughts with the audience’s. Even television filters the electricity of listening in the same room. The best we can do for now is provide her full speech on video.

P.S. After his CPAC speech, Santorum and clan walked off the stage. After theirs, Romney and Gingrich stepped down to shake hands with front-row members for a few minutes. Good moves.

After hers, Palin got a standing ovation. She waved for two minutes then plunged into the audience. Moving slowly like a mini-mob from one side of the vast ballroom to the other to accommodate the waves of well-wishers with hands outstretched and cellphones poised. Some sections spontaneously sang ‘Happy Birthday’ for her. And she was thrilled every time.

Sarah Palin did this for the better part of another hour, longer actually than her speech. TV was oblivious, the crews coiling their wires to go home as she continued shaking and touching hands on the ballroom floor below.


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h/tp  Josh Painter/The Sarah Palin Journal

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Gov. Palin: Looking forward to ‘The Bible’ series on the History Channel tonight at 8/7 c

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 17, 2013

Tweeted by Governor Palin this afternoon:

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Sarah Palin: “Here’s to liberty!” – Think Sam Adams

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 17, 2013

Governor Palin sent out a St. Patrick’s Day greeting today with this message:

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After doing a quick Google, it dawned on me the symbolism in Governor Palin’s CPAC  joke about Sam Adams and this latest greeting.  As many may know, the Boston brewery company Samuel Adams is named for Samuel Adams, who was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and the son of a brewer.  You can find a brief description of his contributions to our country’s founding efforts here.

A little earlier, she retweeted Twitchy’s write-up about the #PalinLibertyPose, which we have written about here.

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