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Archive for December, 2014

Gov. Palin: Obama clueless about link between energy and national security

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 3, 2014

h/tp iizthatiiz

Governor Palin talked to Stuart Varney on The Big Story about the commercialization of Christmas, what Putin might do next, and the need to increase our oil production for prosperity and security.  She said Obama is clueless about the link between energy and security because he has no experience in the corporate world.

h/tp Ron Devito

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Gov. Palin: Operation Christmas Child an incredibly positive and powerful movement

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 3, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page yesterday:

 

Sarah Palin
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Operation Christmas Child is an incredibly positive and powerful movement led by Rev. Franklin Graham. My daughters and I have been blessed to travel with him to Haiti and within the U.S. to help this mission. Bristol and I were humbled to join FOX’s Greta Van Susteren and her husband John Coale to distribute these Christmas boxes packed with love and care for very needy Haitian children; Greta has since generously opened a school for girls in that ravaged country (see: http://is.gd/9DVhNQ)! Willow and I remain so inspired after being at Operation Christmas Child’s headquarters in Charlotte, NC last Christmas season. We met with thousands of sweet, hardworking volunteers who travel from across the country during the busy holidays to help those less fortunate and to send God’s message that they are loved. Samaritan’s Purse and its missions are loved, too. This Christmas you can change a life by pitching in and witnessing Luke 6:38 come to life; you never know where your good deeds will lead!

http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/filipina-marries-boy-who-sent-shoebox/

To learn more about participating in Operation Christmas Child, see here:
http://www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/

– Sarah Palin

(6 photos)

 

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Governor Palin alarmed at Obama’s downsizing of National Guard units, personnel and equipment

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 3, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page on Monday:

Sarah Palin
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We’re very proud of all our U.S. military forces! That includes our National Guard units, which can’t be taken for granted as they’re needed more than ever in these tumultuous times. When provided with good leadership, the Guard can always be counted on to complete successful missions and assignments in defense of our nation. All supporters of our military look forward to being encouraged by a President who will respect the Guard and elected officials who will prioritize budgets to strengthen all our fighting forces. Of specific concern is the ratcheting down of units, qualified personnel and equipment, and this particular issue I cite is due acknowledgement by state and national leaders, asap. I look forward to politicians’ response to this, as it’s coming from the guys carrying the load in the Guard.

https://www.change.org/p/alaska-governor-save-alaska-s-long-range-surveillance-company

– Sarah Palin

(4 photos)

This is the petition webpage that she linked to:

Petitioning Representative Don Young and 5 others

This petition will be delivered to:

Representative

Don Young

Senator

Lisa Murkowski

Senator

Mark Begich

Alaska State House

Alaska State Senate

Alaska Governor

Save Alaska’s Long Range Surveillance Company

Russell Throckmorton

Wasilla, AK

We are expressing our concern regarding the potential loss of one of the Alaska National Guard’s most iconic and capable units, the Charlie (C) Company, Long Range Surveillance (LRS), 297th Squadron. This Airborne Company is the pride of the Alaska National Guard, having served Alaskans in many forms since 1964, when it was first stood up as the 38th Special Forces Company, as the Alaska Territorial Guard was being disbanded. This is one of the few federally recognized Airborne Companies of the Army National Guard, and we take pride in our unique Alaskan heritage and mission.

The war-time mission of LRS is to infiltrate up to 100 miles behind enemy lines, and provide eyes on enemy assets, reporting information back to their command while remaining undetected. The same technology that is used for that is also useful during a domestic disaster, especially their state-of-the-art radio communications equipment and airborne capability. LRS can emplace a self-sustaining six-man team anywhere within the state of Alaska within hours of a natural disaster, and establish communication with the rest of the world, regardless of the loss of satellite, cellular and landline communications. They also have the ability to set up helicopter landing zones and parachute drop zones, in order to coordinate life-saving supply drops and medical evacuation helicopters.

Their expertise is augmented by the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, which is housed on Fort Richardson and is one of the key airborne brigades of the US Army. Soldiers transitioning out of 4/25 actively seek LRS. For many Soldiers who joined the Army specifically to become paratroopers, the opportunity to continue to serve in an Airborne unit within our great state is a key part of their decision to join the Guard. LRS serves as a crucial recruitment vehicle for retaining valuable Active Duty knowledge and experience.

The mission of LRS ensures that its Soldiers have access to unique military schools. Should LRS disband, then access to the Army’s premiere leadership training also disappears. LRS has acted as a gateway to many of the Guard’s senior leaders, who “grew up” in LRS, and used it as a stepping stone to advance to their current positions. We understand the nature of force reduction. We are not asking you to not make changes. We are simply asking that you consider the advantages to retaining this unit.

C Company has a unique set of capabilities, which are essential to protecting Alaskans. Eliminating LRS could damage the belief in Alaska’s homeland defense, and be detrimental to the Guard’s recruiting and retention efforts. LRS has spent fifty years building this capability, along with relationships with Alaskan. Once this capability is removed, it will take several years to rebuild, due to the years of training required to create a qualified Long Range Surveillance Soldier, and years beyond that to create qualified leaders.

Go here to sign.

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Thanksgiving at the Palins

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 3, 2014

Posted on Governor Palin’s Facebook page today:

Sarah Palin
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Soooo, our Thanksgiving setting may be unconventional for those who spend time worrying about children spilling juice on the pretty carpets, sticky fingerprints on the good China, and gravy stains on the fine linen, but it’s just right for those who want a few less worries when family gets together. Before that scrumptious holiday meal in the makeshift dining hall and a couple wild rounds of Eskimo Bingo in our dressed up workshop where no one worries about spills on the concrete (I just hose it down after dinner, literally), Bristol explains why we pause:

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/bristolpalin/2014/12/why-i-prayed-on-thursday/

– Sarah Palin

(8 photos)

More photos here.

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