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As Thanksgiving festivities wind down we contemplate all we have to be
thankful for as free Americans! We head into the Christmas season
wishing for leadership in Washington that reflects our commitment to
the values and ideals that have built the freest and most prosperous
and generous nation on earth.
Heading into December and Tuesday’s announcement of our nation’s
strategy in Afghanistan, I ask the President to reassure us that the
administration is in this War on Terror to win.
And I’ll pass along the following from Harold B. Estes,
a 95-year-old member of the Greatest Generation: “I realize you never
served in the military and never had to defend your country with your
life, but you’re the Commander-in-Chief now, son. Do your job. When
your battle-hardened field General asks you for 40,000 more troops to
complete the mission, give them to him. But if you’re not in this fight
to win, then get out.”
Thank you, Mr. President. Please tell us on Tuesday that America is in it to win.
RICHLAND Sarah Palin didn’t wait
to get inside Hastings bookstore this morning to greet the thousands of
people who’d stood in line for hours to meet her.
On the drive to
her scheduled book signing at the 1425 George Washington Way store,
Palin made an impromptu stop along Jadwin Avenue and Torbett Street to
thank her fans. She walked along the street for at least 20 minutes
shaking hands and posing for pictures, while carrying her young son
“We were stoked. It was worth the drive,” said Katie McGuire-Forbes. More
Most families have finished the last of their turkey leftovers, and are
getting ready to head back to work on Monday, but former governor Sarah
Palin is already back to work, kicking off the second leg of her Going Rogue book tour Sunday in Richland, Washington. More
People were already lined up on Saturday waiting for Sarah Palin to sign their copy of, “Going Rogue.”
Sarah Palin will start signing at noon on Sunday, but people started lining up at 10 AM on Saturday. Video here.
Sarah Palin was surrounded by hundreds including a
handful of supporters from Alaska. The former Vice Presidential
candidate has taken a few days off her nationwide book tour to spend
her Thanksgiving weekend with family and friends. She has two aunts in
town and deep roots in the Tri-City area. “It’s awesome, of course
we’ve spent so much time here over all these years. But it’s really,
really good to be back and just can’t wait to hang out with more of the
family and friends today and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner,” said Palin. More
Alaska Governor is far more than someone who appeals to the
(conservative) base, she is someone who can make the base appeal to
This compact yet comprehensive diagnosis
was made in the early hours of the Palin Derangement Syndrome (PDS)
outbreak, when Sarah Palin was first being introduced to the nation. It
still rings true as the Jurassic media continues a childish obsession
with someone who does not control a single government lever. More
In the spring of 1964,
Sarah Heath, then just three months old, flew into backwater Skagway,
Alaska (population 650) aboard a 1930s-era Grumman Goose to start a new
life with her parents, brother, and sister.
that same time, in America's other new outlier state, Hawaii,
two-year-old Barry Obama was just getting used to a fatherless
existence in the otherwise-comfortable world his white grandparents and
occasionally his mother would make for him.
At the time, not even
Nostradamus could have foretold that the paths of Barry and Sarah would
intersect in the "historic" 2008 election, Barry as the first major
party presidential nominee of African descent and Sarah as the first
woman with a real shot at the vice-presidency. More