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What the … You couldn’t tell by the language in our newsroom, but
Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has accepted an invitation to speak at the 2013 Republic High School graduation on June 1 in Ferry County.
Palin will speak to 27 graduating seniors, their families and others in the typically small-town event. According to a statement released by the school, Palin agreed to serve as the commencement speaker after an extensive campaign was waged by Senior Class President Tyler Weyer.
Weyer and other interested students wrote letters, emails, tweets and
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) ripped President Barack Obama Thursday over what she called a “scandalous hat trick.”
“This scandalous hat trick is on your watch. It is not believable that you knew nothing about Obama administration actions in dealing with these scandals,” Palin wrote, referring to the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups in the lead-up to the 2012 election, the Department of Justice secretly obtaining AP phone records and the controversy over the White House’s Benghazi talking points.
Palin said Obama’s “team is out of control,” specifically targeting Attorney General Eric Holder and
Yesterday we reported on Umbrella-gate, in which Republicans have created another drama instead of focusing on the economy, environment, sequestration, our troops, Syria and lest we forget, the all important birth certificate. Ah, but that was soo last year.
Sarah Palin piled it in an attempt to ridicule the President (and because she’s not in the White House) over using an umbrella. And worse, a Marine held the umbrella for him. What next Obummer?
Here’s the half-term Governor of Alaska’s tweet:
Scandalous Hat TrickMr. President, when it rains it pours, but most Americans hold their own umbrellas. Today in… Article source: http://freakoutnation.com/2013/05/17/umbrella-gate-sarah-palin-most-americans-hold-their-own-umbrellas-except-for-every-other-president/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=umbrella-gate-sarah-palin-most-americans-hold-their-own-umbrellas-except-for-every-other-president
Scandalous Hat Trick
Mr. President, when it rains it pours, but most Americans hold their own umbrellas. Today in the Rose Garden you dismissed the idea of a Special Counsel to investigate the IRS scandal. With that, your galling political hubris shined bright in the midst of today’s dark clouds.
Mr. President, how can we trust your Justice Department to conduct an independent investigation when there is a systemic violation of the Hatch Act throughout your administration?
Surely you are aware that the Hatch Act prevents certain federal employees from engaging in political activity. Specifically, it’s illegal for these federal employees to engage
Now how many big name politicians would give a commencement address to such a small graduating class? I don’t think very many, which to me says something unique about Sarah Palin:
NEWSMAX – Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will give the high school commencement address in the small Washington state town of Republic on June 1.
The former Alaska governor will be addressing a class of 27 seniors at the school in northeastern Washington.
The Spokesman-Review reports the seniors launched an aggressive social media campaign last fall to land Palin as
Tyler Weyer and his fellow seniors at Republic High School began considering possible commencement speakers last fall.
Confronting them was the reality that the most likely speaker would be a popular teacher or a standout community member. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
But Weyer had a crazy thought. “I said, ‘Hey, let’s just get Sarah Palin,’ ” said
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is set to deliver the commencement address at a Washington state high school.
The one-time Republican vice presidential hopeful will speak to Republic High School’s class of 2013 — made up of just 27 students — on June 1, according to the AP.
Tyler Weyer, one of the graduating seniors, started a social media campaign last fall to convince Palin to speak at the school’s graduation.
“I said, ‘Hey, let’s just get Sarah Palin,’ ” Weyer told the Spokesman-Review, noting that Republic’s commencement speaker is typically a standout teacher or
Reality show producer Mark Burnett, the man behind Survivor, Donald Trump‘s The Apprentice and recent hit-miniseries The Bible wants to make Sarah Palin the “next Oprah.” Conservative website Newsmax broke the news last night that Burnett had offered Palin her own syndicated daytime talk show, and sadly, Palin said no.
According to “people familiar with the deal,” the “sticking points have been over location and money.” Newsmax reports:
Burnett has insisted that Palin do the show from either New York or Los Angeles, which would require her to move for a
Mark Saal has a new column in the Ogden (UT) Standard-Examiner, but he doesn’t have a name for it yet. The reader who comes up with a winner gets life-sized cardboard cutouts of Palin and Saal.
“That’s right, TWO cardboard cutouts for just ONE winning entry,” he writes. “Granted, this second cutout is a homemade job I cooked up in my garage by lying down on a piece of a refrigerator box and having my wife outline me with magic marker. So really, it looks more like
So what if she’s not actually running (yet), and maybe she spends most of her time in Arizona these days, but if she wants the job, a new poll shows bitter quitter Sarah Palin leading the contenders for the 2014 GOP Senate nomination in Alaska. The poll, sponsored by some Tea Party fan fiction club dedicated to “Senator Sarah Palin” fantasies, gave grizzly grandma 32% support, while Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell got 30%. 2010 GOP Senate nominee Joe Miller got a
Posted at 12:05 p.m. on May 13
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has a small lead over two likely Republican Senate candidates in a hypothetical primary matchup,
Holy mountains of icky crap. According to a poll on the Republican primary ticket for Senate in Alaska, Sarah Palin would win, even though the half-term Governor is not well liked even there, and who can blame them after she quit halfway into her term.
The Mudflast reports:
In fact she’s less liked than Congress by poll respondents in the state of Alaska. (link) Of the over 1300 people polled 45% were Republican, and 36% Democrat.
No wonder she spends most of her time in Arizona now.
The poll in question though says that
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Do you think the former Governor would want it? Read below:
“…The poll found that, among likely Republican primary voters in the state, Mrs. Palin would take 32 percent of the vote. Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell is right on her heels with 30 percent, while former Senate candidate and tea party favorite Joe Miller comes in third with 24 percent the vote….”
Sarah Palin would have a narrow edge in the GOP primary to challenge Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) in 2014, according to a poll whose sponsors hope to draft her for the race.
Palin would take 32 percent of the primary vote, followed closely by Alaska Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell at 30 percent, according to the Republican firm Harper Polling. Joe Miller, the Tea Party-backed Republican nominee in 2010, would take 24 percent.
The survey was conducted for the Tea Party Leadership Fund, which hopes to see Palin declare her candidacy in the Senate race. In April, the group Article source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/13/sarah-palin-poll_n_3266921.html
Deranged Crackpot Sarah Palin Blames the IRS for Obama’s Reelection
While looking for any reason at all to delegitimize President Obama, Sarah Palin decided that the IRS is responsible for helping the president win a second term.
From deep within her Facebook bunker of pout, Palin wrote,
Today we learned that our government targeted and harassed conservative Americans who simply wanted to be involved
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin blasted President Barack Obama and the federal government on her Facebook page on Friday over the acknowledgement by the Internal Revenue Service that they had intentionally singled out conservative groups for added scrutiny during the 2012 election cycle. “I’m sure President Obama is grateful for all the help the IRS gave his reelection campaign, but, still, you have to wonder how the bureaucrats who tried to pull this off can sleep at night,” Palin wrote.
Below is from Gov Sarah Palin Facebook – in less than 24 hours she has 36,000 + likes which shows her influence. I don’t pay much attention to Facebook but I assume likes is akin to comments and it seems to me that 36k in less than 24 hours is a huge number. Am I wrong?
Yesterday at 2:46pm ·
Let the Light Shine
Today we learned that our government targeted and harassed conservative Americans who simply wanted to be involved in the national discussion. Is it any wonder why Americans are so distrustful of D.C.? I’m sure President Obama
“I’m sure President Obama is grateful for all the help the IRS gave his reelection campaign, but, still, you have to wonder how the bureaucrats who tried to pull this off can sleep at night,” Palin wrote.
In an apology Friday, Lois Lerner, the head of the IRS’s exempt organizations division, revealed that groups with the words “tea party” or “patriot” in their applications for tax-exempt status had received greater
The latest example comes courtesy of Sarah Palin’s wardrobe at the NRA convention in Houston on Friday. Palin addressed the crowd wearing a t-shirt manufactured by UnderArmour proclaiming, “Women Hunt” in pink lettering.
If you’re looking to emulate Sarah, you can get your very own “Women Hunt” shirt at Dick’s Sporting Goods (the black shirt is also available in hot pink and purple).
The question the shirt raises, of course,
Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin attended her first Kentucky Derby over the weekend, making a statement with a bet on a horse named “Frac Daddy.” It didn’t pay off.
“Frac Daddy, the name alone warranted a bet,” Palin said on Sunday, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. She went on to call the entire event a “wonderful experience.”
On Sunday, Palin took part in a fundraiser, but not the kind the tea
One of the many great ironies of American politics is that liberals claim that conservative men don’t like strong women. Supposedly, we demand that women be seen and not heard while they’re barefoot in the kitchen cooking pot pies and preparing to bring us a beer. Yet, there is a host of fiery, strong, wildly popular women who are beloved by conservative men including, but certainly not limited to Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Laura Ingraham, Nikki Haley, Jan Brewer, Dana Loesch and Condi Rice.
The truth that most people on the Left know, but
Sarah Palin’s prop comedy explained in The Christian Science Monitor, which seems to assume its readership is almost too dumb to be reading a newspaper in the first place.
Maybe the NY Daily News is reading this blog? Maybe the current scandal about Todd Palin being a pimp has gotten some national attention, but the “mainstream” media is afraid to come out and say what we know? Maybe the NY Daily News is trying to encourage further investigation without actually accusing Sarah Palin of being married to a Pimp?
The NY Daily News is the organization that interviewed Dave Parker, and reported his, now famous, line that there was not
BY GREG KOCHER