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Hey Mitt! Where’s the Palin invite to the GOP convention?

Posted by Roderic Deane on July 18, 2012

Perhaps it’s too early to worry about this. After all, I don’t think any of the other GOP Presidential contenders have gotten invites to the GOP convention either…but, then again, Governor Palin should be an exception.

She was the GOP’s VP candidate in the last election, for crying out loud! She DESERVES a prime-time spot on the dais. Sure, the mainstream media and GOPe have tried to demonize her over the last 4 years, but she is still quite relevant, despite attempts to suggest otherwise. Her acceptance by the Tea Party is unquestioned and she still has the ability to galvanize the grassroots in ways that Romney can only dream of.

I keep hearing people say that we need to unify around our presumptive candidate. I say BULLSHIT! Romney needs to reach out to Governor Palin, have a face-to-face conversation, and offer her a prime spot during the Convention. In that conversation, Governor Palin needs to be given assurances that the Tea Party’s issues will be front and center in Romney’s campaign and governing agenda. If that doesn’t happen, I know an awful lot of people that are going to invest their time to help Congressional and Senate candidates this fall. Oh sure, they MIGHT hold their nose and vote for Romney, but they sure as heck aren’t going to campaign for him.

I know you agree with me and certain others do too.

Laura Ingraham

Newt Gingrich

John McCain

Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator

Thankfully, Mitt Romney is starting to show some cajones in a recent speech in Pennsylvania, highlighted by Mark Levin. Me thinks he just might be angling to be put in good graces with us, the grassroots and, by extension, Governor Sarah Palin.

Cross-posted from RodericDeane.com

Hat tips: Conservatives4Palin, Mark Levin

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Governor Palin Weighs in on SWATting!

Posted by Roderic Deane on June 24, 2012

I’ve been following this story for quite some time. I’m joined in this effort by many conservative bloggers, including Michelle Malkin, Stacy McCain, William A. Jacobson, Patrick Frey, Ace of Spades and many, many others.

The game afoot is the use of “lawfare” to stifle the free-speech rights of conservatives. Legal actions are instigated for nefarious reasons and in extreme cases, leftist henchmen have called 911 to communicate an act of violence by someone who has no idea that this has been done. In the past several months, there have been “SWATting” calls that have called out the police to respond to a non-existing event.

I could provide you with a link to all the stories, but you can start out by visiting my first blog post about it HERE.

The conservative blogosphere has been trying, desperately, to get this story on the national media’s radar screen. To date, it hasn’t happened despite movement in Congress to call attention to the goings on.

The fact that Governor Palin mentioned it in her speech at RightOnline underscores its importance.

Now, if she’d only weigh in on the media’s misreporting of “Fast and Furious” like Bill Whittle……

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Vote To Bring ‘The Undefeated’ To A City Near You

Posted by Blog Girl on June 16, 2011

SOURCES: Victory Film Group and Cinedigm Digital Cinema

Cast A Vote To Bring Sarah Palin Documentary, The Undefeated, To Neighborhood Theatres

Following Limited Opening Engagement, The Undefeated Goes Nationwide; Vote Online to be Sure Your Neighborhood Theater Doesn’t Miss Out

Santa Monica, Calif. (June 16, 2011)  In a nod to the “power of the people,” movie-goers across the country now have the opportunity to vote to bring The Undefeated, which chronicles Sarah Palin’s rise from obscurity to national prominence, to their local neighborhood theaters following the initial theatrical debut July 15 at select AMC theatres.

Distributors ARC Entertainment and Cinedigm Digital Cinema Corporation (NASDAQ: CIDM) encourage interested movie-goers across the country to cast their vote at www.cinedigm.com/theundefeatedmovie.

“Digital cinema provides the perfect distribution model for The Undefeated,” said Jonathan Dern, president of Cinedigm Entertainment Group. “Based on the votes we receive, we will be able to deliver the documentary – with pin point accuracy – to the markets that want it most.”

Stephen K. Bannon, award-winning filmmaker, wrote and directed the film, which was produced by Victory Film Group’s co-founder, Glenn Bracken Evans and Dan Fleuette.  The Undefeated was independently financed by Victory Film Group and its partners.

“We are thrilled that Cinedigm and ARC Entertainment are affording the movie-going public the opportunity to speak out and have their voices heard,” said Glenn Bracken Evans.  “It is very exciting that we will be able to deliver this film on a big screen directly to those markets that request it. It’s great that we are able to provide a ‘democratic’ system allowing audiences to ‘vote’ where they want to see a movie that celebrates the values of our American democracy.”

The film includes leading prominent political commentators, such as: Mark Levin, Tammy Bruce and Andrew Breitbart as well as conservative activists: Kate Obenshein, Sonnie Johnson and Jamie Radtke. Additionally, the film features interviews with Alaskan civil servants, elected officials and advisors who were involved in Alaskan politics during Governor Palin’s tenure.

To have The Undefeated premiere at your local theatre, cast your vote at www.cinedigm.com/theundefeatedmovie.

The following theatres are confirmed for the limited theatrical engagement beginning July 15.  Ticketing information will be available Monday, June 20 at www.cinedigm.com/theundefeatedmovie:

Theater Name City State Street Address
AMCIndianapolis 16 Indianapolis, IN 4325 S. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN  46217
AMC Independence Commons 20 Independence, MO 19200 East 39th Street, Independence, MO  64057
AMC Barrett Commons 24 Theatres Kennesaw, GA 2600 Cobb Place Lane NW, Kennesaw, GA  30144
AMC Grapevine Mills 30 Theatres Grapevine, TX 3150 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Grapevine, TX  76051
AMC Gulf Pointe 30 Theatres Houston, TX 11801 South Sam Houston Parkway, Houston, TX  77089
AMC UniversalCineplex 20 Orlando, FL 6000 Universal Blvd., Orlando, FL  32819
AMC QuailSprings 24 Oklahoma City, OK 2501 West Memorial, Oklahoma City, OK  73134
AMC HighlandsRanch 24 Highlands Ranch, CO 103 Centennial Road, Highlands Ranch, CO  80126
AMCAhwatukee 24 Phoenix, AZ 4915 East Ray Road, Phoenix, AZ  85044
AMC Block 30 @ Orange Orange, CA 20 City Boulevard, West Orange, CA  92868

For More Information:

www.TheUndefeatedMovie.com

www.VictoryFilmGroup.com

www.cinedigm.com/theundefeatedmovie

**By Tami Nantz–Moms 4 Sarah Palin

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The Undefeated: A Review

Posted by Blog Girl on June 15, 2011

Few things ignite passion more quickly than the mere mention of Governor Sarah Palin’s name, especially when it comes to the liberal left. That’s why I think Steven K. Bannon’s new documentary The Undefeated, set to release later this month in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina, is going to be an enormous success. It tells the unvarnished truth about a working class wife and mother who rose to political prominence through sheer determination, guts, and a lot of hard work.

At a screening held on Thursday in Arlington, VA, Bannon said he originally turned down a request by Palin aides Rebecca Mansour and Tim Crawford to film a series of videos for the Governor. After witnessing the energy Sarah brought to the crowds at the first national tea party event in Nashville, Bannon began to do his homework and became convinced that Sarah was not the marginal, political lightweight the mainstream media has portrayed.

Like Fire From the Heartland, Bannon’s last documentary about the rise of conservative women in American politics, the style of The Undefeated features interviews from a variety of sources, including conservative powerhouses Mark Levin and Andrew Breitbart. News clips, footage from the campaign trail, and never-before-seen videos of the Heath and Palin families, along with gorgeous panoramic views of an untamed Alaskan wilderness, are just a few things one can expect when watching The Undefeated.

The beginning of the yet unrated two-hour documentary confronts the viewer with the vile, often explicit language used by Hollywood and political leftist elites when they discuss Sarah Palin. The film is divided into three acts: Act 1 gives a glimpse of a young Sarah and her early involvement in politics on the local and state level. Act 2 takes an extremely detailed look at the multitude of accomplishments Sarah made in the short eighteen months she served as Governor of Alaska, enjoying the highest approval rating of any sitting Governor in history. Act 3 begins where most Americans were first introduced to Sarah Palin–August 2008, when it was announced that she would join Senator John McCain as his Vice Presidential running mate.

The Undefeated, with it’s Philip Glass style sound track, has a consistent theme throughout–it portrays a woman of deep courage and conviction, a politician with an intense focus and dedication to the people she’s called to serve. The viewer will get to know a very different Sarah as he takes a journey through her political life, and along the way, I think he’ll grow to love her as much as we do.

**On June 10th, Victory Film Group announced that The Undefeated will play exclusively at select AMC Theatres beginning July 15th. Read more… If you’d like to have The Undefeated shown at a theater near you, you may vote at this link.

By Tami Nantz – Moms 4 Sarah Palin

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A Holiday, a Harley and a Mission

Posted by ehvogel on May 30, 2011

Memorial Day has always signaled the start of summer for me. And what a wonderful way to begin our 15 weeks of summer, but with a holiday that commemorates those who fought and died to ensure the freedoms that underscore our enjoyment of summertime.

Enjoy your leisure time over the next 15 weeks. Travel the country. Visit a historic civil war battlefield or travel to Washington D.C. to visit the Smithsonian Institute or the National Archives. You can see the original, founding documents there. Immerse yourself in showing your kids our history, because our history is rich and meaningful. I guarantee you, they will be spellbound to hear about the Battle of Gettysburg, or “the shot heard round the world” in Lexington.

I was always focused on making sure that my kids had the opportunity to enjoy their summers. Whether playing baseball, swimming in a pool or lake with their friends and then enjoying hamburgers on the grill after a full day of fun, summer was defined as just that, FUN!

Like many of you, we all have traditions that define our summertime. Last weekend, an event in Washington, D.C. underscored our reverence in honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our liberty. Rolling Thunder is a national organization that was created to honor our POW/MIA’s. Here is their purpose:

The Rolling Thunder Story

In the fall of 1987, Vietnam veterans met to discuss their personal concerns about the POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War. Having honorably served their country and having taken an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies…” and to “bear true faith and allegiance to same,” they were deeply troubled by the abhorrent neglect of attention given to those who did not make it out with their lives or their freedom. These veterans discussed the more than 10,000 reported sightings of live Americans living in dismal captivity. Intelligence reports of these sightings were generally ignored by the government and mainstream press.

The First Rolling Thunder Demonstration

The Founders of Rolling Thunder were ordinary men who understood that they had a right to have their voices heard and proceeded to lay down the plans for a gathering in Washington, D.C. during the 1988 Memorial Day weekend. They reached out to their families, fellow veterans and veteran’s advocates to unify and form a march and demonstration in the nation’s Capitol. Their arrival would be announced by the roar of their motorcycles, a sound not unlike the 1965 bombing campaign against North Vietnam dubbed Operation Rolling Thunder. Hence, they would call themselves “Rolling Thunder” a title that would endure time and be trademarked in 1990. Word spread quickly and by Memorial Day weekend in 1988, approximately 2,500 motorcycles from all over the country converged on Washington, D.C. to demand from our leaders a full accounting of all POW/MIAs. As the Founders of Rolling Thunder made their stand that day in front of the Capitol, they reflected thankfully for the people who came in support of the POW/ MIAs and for the unity that was felt. This was Rolling Thunder’s first demonstration. Only until ALL POW/MIAs ARE ACCOUNTED FOR, it will not be their last. On that day, the foundation was laid for the annual “Ride for Freedom” to the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall (also referred to as the “Ride to the Wall”). The number of participants/spectators in the Memorial Day weekend Ride for Freedom has grown from 2,500 to an estimated 900,000.

Wow, wouldn’t that be fun to participate in? I think my kids would have been ecstatic to participate in such an event. After it was over, they would have been excited to travel on a heritage trail, visiting Mount Vernon, Monticello and walking the streets of Philadelphia. From there, I would want to travel to Boston, and follow the path of Paul Revere’s ride, as he awakened the countryside to the approaching British army, which led, ultimately, to “the shot heard round the world” on April 19th, 1775.

You see, kids love to learn about history. How many of you remember sitting at your grandfather’s knee while he reminisced about his youth? I was always enthralled to be around my grandfather. He brought history alive for me, with both his knowledge and his grace. He was the ultimate gentleman and never ventured out on a Sunday without a suit and tie.

Today, we are being treated with another family’s similar story. Would you not love to be able to afford a motor-home to travel the country and show your kids all the things that we just talked about? Of course you would! I would have hand-painted signs to festoon our car to get the kids fired up about the vacation.

Sarah Palin and her family are living the American dream. After participating in the “Rolling Thunder” rally in Washington D.C. yesterday, they have embarked on a tour to re-enact the foundational events that define us as a country. Where else would you go to learn about our founding besides the Northeast? It has to be the very first stop on a tour to appreciate our history. It too bad that the current residents of the area have forgotten our history. Perhaps Sarah and her family will change that in their search for knowledge and, hopefully, ours.

Cross-posted on Generational Dysfunction

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Sarah, we have your back!

Posted by ehvogel on May 19, 2011

When all the world is falling down around us, we look for leaders. We look for those few amongst us that exhibit the characteristics that we wish we had. But we are all human.

We have concerns about family, income and our walk with God. We pray that we will be guided to do the right thing.

What if we were called to a task that seemed to be in conflict with our primary concerns? What if we were called to leadership on a level that confronted every thing we ever felt was the primary focus in our life? What if we were called to lead our nation?

I can’t imagine the thoughts that must be coursing through the Palin family’s mind. Do we take this plunge into national leadership, or do we take solace in the knowledge that we are convicted toward our love of family and stay put?

I can only say one thing. Sarah, if you believe that you’re inclined to run for President, we have your back. We can’t be there to guard the door, but we can deliver a withering defense of everything that you believe in.

We will defend your family with our dying breath. We will hold Trig up upon our shoulders to acknowledge your commitment to his life, because it is part and parcel to our own.

We will stand in defense of everything you say and will stand in the vanguard of your cause. Sarah, we are your avant-garde and will defend you to our lives’ end, in defense of this country, and in all that we call our own.

Sarah, don’t ever think that you embark on this campaign without allies. You have so many more than you could ever imagine.

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Sarah Palin: GAME ON!

Posted by ehvogel on April 16, 2011

Sarah Palin delivered a rousing speech to the Madison Tea Party today. It was only remotely reminiscent of her acceptance speech at the 2008 Republican Convention. Today’s speech was much more in keeping with Sarah’s Mama Grizzly image. She went after Obama with unflinching candor and delivered some stinging barbs. She also was not deterred from going after the “Republican establishment”, in her words, and lambasted the latest compromise on the 2011 budget as failing to deliver on the promises of the 2010 election.

This speech could best be described as Sarah-Unplugged. It delivered a stinging rebuke to the union leaders that have cast Madison as the centerpiece of Obama’s world vision and spoke of the Tea Party as the voice of America. This was as close to a campaign speech that I have ever seen her deliver, hence the comparison to 2008.

This was not the Sarah Palin who has worked hard to deliver thoughtful speeches to enhance her bona fides in the world of national politics. This was a tit-for-tat response to Obama’s partisanship, as delivered in his deficit-reduction speech on Wednesday. In it, Obama targeted Republican efforts toward spending reductions and overtly focused on Paul Ryan, lambasting his and the Republican’s plans as being against the aging, women and the less-advantaged.

Sarah Pain ripped into Obama’s characterization of Paul Ryan’s plan and left no doubt about her feelings when she said of The White House: “you lie”! She called out Obama for his lack of leadership and mocked him for his use of the terms “hope” and “change”. This was the most direct attack on Obama that I have seen Sarah Palin deliver since her acceptance speech at the GOP Convention.

As she wound down her speech, she implored the Madison Tea Party to consider itself as the beginning of the 2012 Presidential campaign. She invoked a well-accepted battle cry of “Game On” and compared it to the spirit of the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl victory to rally those in attendance.

All in all, Sarah Palin said everything that a Presidential candidate should say, short of saying it as an announced Presidential candidate. I feel that there is a major campaign in her near future and she is only sharpening her axe as she prepares for it.

I’m awaiting a transcript of her speech and will update this post as soon as it is available. I’m sure videos of her speech will be available as well and they are well-worth your time to watch. This speech was definitely history in the making.

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I smell a purge coming…

Posted by ehvogel on March 3, 2011

I’m a member of the Tea Party Nation, but that membership may be short-lived. In an absolutely ridiculous piece today, Judson Phillips tries to position Sarah Palin along side Harry Reid by misquoting her Twitter message.

Her message read (emphasis mine, ignored by Phillips):

Common sense & decency absent as wacko “church” allowed hate msgs spewed@ soldiers’ funerals but we can’t invoke God’s name in public square

Phillips positioned his piece to suggest that Sarah Palin and Harry Reid are on the same page regarding political speech.

You would expect such BS from Politico or the Washington Post, but Tea Party Nation?

Cross-Posted at Generational Dysfunction

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A gathering army…

Posted by ehvogel on February 11, 2011

As we quickly approach the next cycle in the Presidential sweepstakes, we begin to hear all the usual BS from the lamestream media. This candidate is leading here, this candidate is losing ground there, this candidate needs to run, blah, blah, blah.

The lamestream media is desperately trying to foist an “acceptable” candidate onto the GOP. Within the last few days, there has been speculation about Rick Perry, Jim DeMint and Jeb Bush. It is a siren’s call to ruin and the lamestream media knows it.

What will happen in the next 6 months will be key. Potential candidates will test the waters, like Herman Cain and Rudy Guliani. Sad to say, but all will fail, not proven in battle. Their stories will be footnotes in the lead-up to 2012. In six months, we will see a dwindling field as the lamestream media takes its toll on their highlighted candidates. Who remains standing will tell all.

In my mind, there is only one candidate that has already shown the ability to do battle AND prevail against the lamestream media. Reared in individualism and steeped in conservatism, this candidate has already shown the ability to fend off the inevitable attacks that will confront ANY Republican candidate.

When the lamestream media is done propping up countless alternatives that end up crashing and burning, only one candidate is positioned to rise above the inferno and prevail: Sarah Palin. Why will this happen? It’s because of the vast army of supporters that are waiting in the wings to defend her when the time comes. Does Mitt Romney own Facebook in the way that Sarah Palin does? Has ANY other Republican harnessed the power of alternative media the way that Sarah has?

We have ALL crossed the Rubicon in dismissing the lamestream media and pursuing the truth through alternative media. In fact, the lamestream media’s business model is struggling to compensate and continues to show signs of irrelevance by shifting its dwindling assets towards polarizing venues. They obviously learned nothing from the 2010 elections.

The question is: Can Sarah Palin prevail in a general election? Does she have a gathering army awaiting her call? The answer to both is YES and I am but one.

Happy Birthday Sarah!

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Partners In Blood

Posted by Sheya on January 13, 2011

As many of our readers know, I am an observant Jew. I observe the Sabbath and all the Jewish Holidays. I went to Jewish schools and so do my kids. Not only do I live by all the rules, I am part of the Jewish culture and I even look the part.

Ever since I was two years old, I was told stories of Jewish persecution and blood libels. I was told how the Jews were accused for using the blood of Christian children to bake matzoh bread. I was told the stories of how whenever there was a murder in town the Jews were blamed for it. Whatever the scenario, the chain of events were the same. The Jews were accused of a murder, followed by calls for their deaths, followed by riots and then killings of all the Jews. Then, when the Jews spoke up and defended themselves, they were told to sit down and shut up and further killings took place for that reason alone.

After the horrific killings in Tucson this Saturday and the finger-pointing at Governor Palin begun, I was mad and I was angry. Not that I’m not used to seeing irrational  criticism thrown at Governor Palin, I’m used to seeing that by now and frankly I have come to expect it. But this time it was different; this time it felt as if all those stories I was told as a kid were coming to life. A heartless murderer shot and killed innocent victims. Governor Palin, who is hated just because she exists, was blamed, and that was followed by a flood of calls for her death on Twitter and Facebook. If this isn’t a blood libel than nothing is.

I have just spoken to many of my Jewish friends. Neither myself nor any other Jew I know is offended by Governor Palin’s comments. On the contrary, based on what we know and were taught about blood libels, this is exactly what this was: a blood libel.

The term blood libel wasn’t invented to define what happened to the Jews; it’s just that what happened to Jews were blood libels, and this term fits perfectly to what happened to Governor Palin.

The left and the media attacking Governor Palin are outraged at her for her using the term. Of course, why wouldn’t they be? The chain of events is following the direction blood libels always follow, and they are just mad that they are being called out.

Make no mistake: had Governor Palin not used the term they would have found something else to complain about. As far as they are concerned Governor Palin can do nothing right. This time they picked the wrong thing to nitpick, and the outcries will be an epic fail.

To all my Jewish counterparts in the media: Being Jewish doesn’t automatically qualify you to speak on behalf of all the Jews unless you actually observe at least part of the Torah’s Mitzvot.

I am a proud observant Jew, and I am always proud to stand with Governor Palin, but today we are also partners in blood.

Originally Posted: Conservatives4Palin

 

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