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Tonight, April 30th at 9:00 p.m. tune into American Choppper where you will hear Governor Palin talk about snowmobiling, fishing and of course, motorbikes. Find the schedule for American Chopper at the TLC website.
Governor Palin's communications director Bill McAllister announced that supporters of Sarah Palin can now follow her on the Twitter networking site. Twitter allows you to keep in touch with friends and family that follow your account through the exchange of quick messages that are limited to 140 characters. Go here to follow Sarah on the Twitter network!
While Team Sarah members and other conservative Americans were unable to stop Kathleen Sebelius's appointment as Secretary of Health and Human Services they certainly expressed their opinions to elected Washington, D.C. officials. This is not the time to sit back and assume someone else will make the call nor is it the time to assume that someone else will take a stand for what is right. The time is now and the responsibility is yours.
The Miami Herald headline of "Palin's Arny Marches On" is spot on. We will continue to march, we will continue to make those calls and we will be in the voting booths in 2010.
WASHINGTON -- In the hours
leading up to the Senate's confirmation Tuesday of Kansas Gov. Kathleen
Sebelius as secretary of health and human services, the president's
final Cabinet pick had a passive but potent opponent: fellow governor
Republican Alaska governor didn't outright oppose Sebelius, a Democrat
whose duties will include overhauling the country's health-care system
and overseeing the response to swine flu.
But the Alaska governor
also said nothing while her supporters on Team Sarah, a Web site
affiliated with an anti-abortion group, worked the phones in an effort
to derail Sebelius' nomination because she favors abortion rights. The
Senate confirmed Sebelius anyway, 65-31. More
I'd like to let the loyal readers of this blog know that there is an important call to action today. Kathleen Sebelius's nomination as Secretary of Health and Human Services is hanging in the balance. Sen. Sam Brownback is said now to be rethinking his support, Sen. Jim
DeMint has joined GOP Chair Michael Steele in calling upon President
Obama to withdraw her nomination, Sen. Mitch McConnell is leading a
fight against her, and the abortion industry is in a panic to try and
rally supporters to contact their Senators.
Stand up for life and let your voice be heard. Call your Senators - (202) 224-3121 (ask to be transferred to your state senator)
Call Senator Sam Brownback - (202) 224-6521
Urge Senator Brownback to CONTINUE to be a supporter of
The Office of the Governor today expressed outrage that yet another
baseless ethics complaint has been filed as part of an alarming new
development in Alaska politics.
“In the past several months, we have seen an orchestrated effort by
the governor’s opponents to make differences of opinion and ideology
almost criminal,” said Mike Nizich, the governor’s chief of staff.
“Governor Palin has spent a considerable amount of time and money
fighting ethics complaints – and no charge has been substantiated. I
hope that the publicity-seekers will face a backlash from Alaskans who
have a sense of fair play and proportion. I served six previous
governors, and I’ve never seen anything like the attacks against
Governor Palin.” More
Campaign Solutions, a Republican consulting firm advising Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's political action committee, has parted ways with the former Republican vice presidential nominee.
The group had been working with the Palin operation to raise money
for SarahPAC but decided to step aside after a series of strategic and
philosophic differences, according to a source familiar with the
decision. Washington Post Article
Yesterday's official announcement of Governor Palin's legal defense fund has spurred a flurry of articles. There has been a great deal of anticipation amongst supporters of Sarah Palin for this fund and personally, I am looking forward to the first report announcing the donation amounts to date whether it be for day one, week one or the first month. Wall Street Journal Miami Herald
legal expense fund to defend against frivolous complaints
Supporters of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin today announced the creation of the
Alaska Fund Trust. The trust was formed by Alaskans to help pay for the more
than half million dollars of personal legal debt incurred by Palin while
performing her duties as Governor.
"Over the past months
it became increasingly clear that supporters of Governor Palin needed to help
defend against the onslaught of frivolous attacks against her. These baseless
accusations are designed to inhibit her ability to focus on the issues Alaskans
truly care about and force massive personal debt on her and her family,” said
Alaska Fund Trustee Kristan Cole.
The Alaska Fund Trust
is the only legal fund that Governor Palin gave permission to use her name and
likeness. This fund was carefully constructed and will be carefully monitored to
ensure that all the terms and conditions are met.
“I joined with fellow
Alaskans in forming the Alaska Fund Trust to help alleviate the Governor's legal
debt incurred while performing her job as well as to eliminate the incentive for
future attacks by her opponents. In doing so, we have created one of the most
restrictive and transparent legal funds in history," added
The Alaska Fund Trust
has numerous self-imposed restrictions including a $150.00 contribution limit
and a prohibition on contributions from lobbyists, corporations and unions. The
trust will also be transparent with a voluntary public disclosure of
contributors and amounts.
For more information
regarding the Alaska Fund Trust, including Trust documents, legal explanations,
and comparisons to other legal expense funds, please visit www.thealaskafundtrust.com.
Just when I think I can no longer be surprised by comments made by far left personalities, I am caught off-guard yet again. Not only am I surprised but also find myself enraged and laughing all at the same time for their ignorant, uninformed and hateful commentary.
In the past year we've learned a lot from our liberal femmes.
From Janeane Garofalo, we learned that if you're a female Republican, you're mentally ill.
We've learned from Sandra Bernhard that if you're Sarah Palin, you'd be raped in New York.
As I wrote in an earlier blog, Governor Sarah Palin's heart-felt speech at the Vanderbugh Right to Life Dinner included her own very personal story of learning about her pregnancy at the age of 44 along with the news that the baby she was carrying would be born with Downs Syndrome.
A commentary article written by Mary Ann Kreitzer for Spero News includes the following: Sarah Palin describes herself as a pro-life feminist and she certainly
is not your average soccer mom. Her career choices have put her smack
dab up against the so-called glass ceiling and she's shattered a few at
the local level. One would expect the feminist movement to extoll a
self-made woman who has combined career and family and seems to do well
at both.... More