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Archive for July 18th, 2014

Gov. Palin to speak at Western Conservative Summit in Denver Saturday afternoon

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 18, 2014

Video retrieved from Centennial Institute

Governor Palin will speak at the Western Conservative Summit in Denver this weekend.   According to this article by Joey Bunch at the Denver Post, Governor Palin is expected to speak tomorrow afternoon.

Palin, Bachmann, Cruz in Denver for Western Conservative Summit

Posted:   07/18/2014 04:02:45 PM MDT18 Comments | Updated:   about 6 hours ago


Sarah PalinAttacking President Obama and dealing up ways to shape American values are red meat for the table of the Western Conservative Summit in Denver this weekend. The convergence brings more than 2,500 conservative “delegates,” many with tea party ties, together to hear from stars of the political right such as Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Ted Cruz and Allen West.

In its fifth year in Denver, the Western Conservative Summit continues to gain stature as a national event for Republicans to address the party’s base and raise ideological spirits.

The event, to run Friday through Sunday, features some 20 speakers and 30 workshops on such conservative values and strategies as “How Culture Drives Politics,” led by Ralph Reed and a Sunday morning panel discussing “Which Way Millennials, Left or Right?”

The summit at the Hyatt Regency and Colorado Convention Center culminates Sunday with a straw poll to gauge attendees’ early choices for a 2016 presidential nominee.


Palin is expected to speak Saturday afternoon. Her address is titled “Seize the Day.”

The former Alaska governor and vice-presidential pick in 2008 called for Obama’s impeachment in a column on a conservative website earlier this month because of his immigration policy.

“President Obama’s rewarding of lawlessness, including his own, is the foundational problem here,” according to the column on


Friday afternoon, tickets were still available online, but summit spokesman Z. James Czupor said the event is expected to sell out at 3,000 delegates. Admissions ranging from $55 for people younger than 30 up to $650 for full access to all events and speakers for those older.

Video of events will be available on the Centennial Institute’s Livestream page.

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More details about the event can be found here  and here.

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Gov. Palin will speak on women’s leadership issues in Midland TX in February

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 18, 2014


Posted on the John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute Facebook page yesterday:

Did you hear the news? Sarah Palin will be coming to West Texas as part of our Distinguished Lecture Series in February 2015. We’ll have more details as the date nears!

They also shared a link to this article by Odessa American at OA online:

Sarah Palin coming to the Wagner Noel

Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 9:51 am

Former Alaska governor and one-time U.S. Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin will be coming to the Permian Basin as part of the JBS Leadership Institute Distinguished Lecture Series.

The event is scheduled for Feb. 12, 2015 at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center. The session title is titled “Groundbreakers, Mavericks, and Trailer blazers: How women are showing 21st century leadership.” The event will be co-moderated by Executive Director of the JBS Leadership Robert Brescia and Odessa American publisher Pat Canty.

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Tessa Duval at also writes:

Updated: Sarah Palin to speak at Wagner Noel

Lecture series also bringing “America’s Most Wanted” John Walsh to Basin

Updated 2 days ago

Vocal conservative commentator and former Alaska governor, Sarah Palin, will share her take on women’s leadership issues during a visit to  the Permian Basin next year.

The John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute’s Distinguished Lecture Series is bringing Palin to the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. The lecture, “Groundbreakers, mavericks and trailblazers: How women are showing 21st century leadership,” is free and open to the public.

“What better example than Sarah Palin to come to us to talk about typical challenges and barriers, and how to break them down and show the example of demonstrated leadership in action?” said institute Executive Director Bob Brescia. “I thought Sarah Palin was a good exemplar of that.”


Brescia said choosing Palin wasn’t about how much she’s appeared in the news, but about her leadership abilities, which she has demonstrated consistently, both while in office and since then as she has been able to “mobilize commitment over a shared goal.”

“In order to mobilize commitment in today’s world, young people, who tend to gravitate toward the channels of social media, you have to be present where they’re present,” he said. “Sarah is present. You don’t have to go far to look for Sarah Palin.”

Keeping the Permian Basin “totally engaged in the national conversation” is a goal for Brescia when choosing guest speakers.

“We try very hard to maintain relevance to leadership issues on a national and regional basis, and to bring personalities that resonate in our area and for which there would be considerable interest,” he said.

Brescia said he’s confident the event will be a very popular one, and “interesting speakers,” such as Palin, tend to receive a good reception.

[…]For more information, contact the institute at 552-2850 or

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Details will be posted on the Institute’s website as the event gets closer.



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