Following is a portion of today's program which shows Gov. Palin will be speaking at around 1:15 p.m. local time.
Following is a portion of today's program which shows Gov. Palin will be speaking at around 1:15 p.m. local time.
Yesterday's email from SarahPAC reminds us of the importance of this critical election cycle and that your support of these endorsed candidates is vital to restoring this great nation.
"The last thing we need is Washington D.C. vetting our candidates"
In 2013, Governor Sarah Palin said that she was "Loaded for Bear." She said she was ready to get behind good, common sense, grassroots, conservative candidates from outside the political status quo in 2014, because "the last thing we need is to have Washington D.C. vetting our candidates."
November is just around the corner and Governor Palin has endorsed a diverse group of seven bold, fresh, conservative, grassroots candidates for U.S. Senate from across America.
All of these candidates are underdogs - not one lead in the polls when Governor Palin endorsed them. Her endorsement caused many in D.C. to dismiss their chances and the power we all have when we come together. Thanks to you - the grassroots - their campaigns have been dramatically turning around! It's time we send these conservatives roaring to the Senate! You can help us by watching our new video and chipping in with a donation today.
Ben Sasse (Nebraska) - has been called "Obamacare's Nebraska Nemesis" by The National Review. On Tuesday night, Ben won the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Nebraska! We're excited to support him the rest of the way to Washington D.C.
Karen Handel (Georgia) - is running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia and she's eager to shake up the status quo in D.C. Karen's primary is next Tuesday, May 20th!
Julianne Ortman (Minnesota) - is running to replace liberal Minnesota Senator Al Franken as a conservative champion. Julianne's nominating convention is right around the corner on May 30th.
Joni Ernst (Iowa) - has been a champion for life, small government, and lower taxes. Joni is gaining momentum ahead of her June 3rd Primary in Iowa! She's a pistol packing, Harley riding, Mama Grizzly - she'll make the big spenders in D.C. squeal.
Chris McDaniel (Mississippi) - has a proven record of fighting for the critical principles of limited government and free enterprise. Chris is about to face his Mississippi primary on June 3rd. His opponent has been in Washington for over 42 years!
T.W. Shannon (Oklahoma) - was the first Republican to ever win his district's seat in the state legislature. He is an important voice for the next generation of our movement, with the conservative record & results as Speaker of the Oklahoma House to back it up. Always up for a fight, T.W. is preparing for his June 24th Primary.
Colonel Rob Maness (ret.) (Louisiana) - fought for 32 years in uniform. He is a warrior who will protect our Second Amendment rights and work to defund Obamacare. Rob is running in Louisiana's Jungle Primary on November 4th. He's tough enough to take on the career politicians - and the alligators.
We have warriors in the U.S. Senate who need reinforcements: Senator Cruz, Senator Lee, and Senator Fischer are battling tirelessly and these candidates will stand on principal with them. We're in a crucial race to retake a conservative majority in the U.S. Senate and these candidates need our help today.
In 2014, Governor Palin has done exactly what she said and found candidates that we can all stand behind. She has already travelled all over to help support them in this cycle. It's time we send these conservatives roaring to the Senate. Help us today!
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Gov. Sarah Palin spoke to the attendees of the NRA Convention in Indianapolis this past weekend. Palin had some strong words in defense of our 2nd amendment and strong words for terrorists: "If I were in charge they'd know that water boarding is how we baptize terrorists."
Predictably so, the "baptize" comment has caused heads to explode but what do you find more offending, a towel and some water used to get vital information or the beheading of an American citizen? Gov. Palin had this to say in response to those critical remarks. From Facebook:
Actions to stop terrorists who’d utterly annihilate America and delight in massacring our innocent children? Darn right I’d do whatever it takes to foil their murderous jihadist plots – including waterboarding. Whatever one thinks of my one-liner at the NRA rally about treating evil terrorists the way they deserve to be treated to prevent the death of innocent people, it’s utterly absurd for MSNBC to suggest that I could put our beloved troops in harm’s way, but we’ve come to expect the absurd from that failing network. If you want to talk about what really harms our troops, let’s talk about politicians who gut our military’s budgets, or a president whose skewed budgetary priorities slash military benefits, or an administration that puts our vets on endless waiting lists for care that comes too late to help those who’ve paid the price for our freedom, or those who break bread with those who think it makes no difference how our military heroes died in Benghazi or anywhere else trying to protect America. Those actions are a heck of a lot more harmful than declaring an appropriate message our enemies should receive. If some overly sensitive wusses took offense, remember the First Amendment doesn’t give you a right not to be offended. Perhaps hypocritical folks who only want Freedom of Speech to apply to those who agree with their liberal agenda might want to consider that the evil terrorists who were the brunt of my one-liner would be the first to strip away ALL our rights if given the chance. That’s why we do whatever we can to prevent them from killing innocent people. And for that, we should NEVER apologize. Good Lord, critics... buck up or stay in the truck. And if you love freedom, thank our troops! Thank our vets! And thank those who have the brains to support them and the guts to defend what they have earned!
- Sarah Palin
God bless you Sarah Palin for saying what needs to be said!
Cliff Sims of Yellowhammer News scored an excellent interview with Gov. Sarah Palin after her speech to the Baldwin County Republican Party in Orange Beach, Alabama.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joins Yellowhammer News CEO Cliff Sims to discuss her new television show, “Amazing America;” where she sees herself fitting in to the conservative movement; the GOP’s chances to win back the senate; what she thinks about the rift between the “establishment” and the Tea Party, and more. Read more here.
Show your support for Sarah Palin endorsed T.W. Shannon!
When: April 24th at 6 p.m.
Can't attend the event? Join supporters on Twitter and use/follow hashtags #LibertyRally #TeamTW #ThatWoman
Gov. Palin posted this about tomorrow's event:
Looking forward to rallying tomorrow with Ted Cruz and Mike Lee in Oklahoma for Senate candidate T.W. Shannon! Hope to see you there. You can RSVP for the event and get more details at: www.twshannon.com/join-us-april-24th
I am always amazed that some six years post our country's 2008 presidential election there are people who still cannot differentiate between a quote from Gov. Sarah Palin and a scripted skit that was performed by Tina Fey. I'm not exactly sure what prompted Rep. Louis Gohmert to put himself out there for Gov. Palin but God bless him for doing so.
From Gohmert's Youtube page:
In light of the breaking news in Ukraine, Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) took time on the House floor to set the record straight on the comments made by Sarah Palin on Russia. He read from her exact statements in 2008 and also from the exaggerated Saturday Night LIVE script.
Before we go any further, yes, I know that I spelled the word "respect" incorrectly. I suppose I wanted to emphasize that many of those serving in this President's administration are seemingly cut from the same cloth. When I read the following entry on Chuck Heath, Jr.'s Facebook page, I must confess that I felt a range of emotions starting with anger, then sadness and again anger.
Here's what Chuck Heath, Jr. wrote:
Gina McCarthy, the head of the EPA and an Obama appointee, visited Alaska and was given a couple of small gifts from the locals. One of the gifts was a jar of moose meat. McCarthy is quoted as saying, "that stuff could gag a maggot". She was also given a souvenir pin from the community of North Pole. When asked about it, she said "I threw the f...ing thing away!"
Zero respect for the traditions and kindness of Alaskans, and it looks like our own Alaska Senator Begich has stepped up to defend her.
Take a look at McCarthy's record on carbon credits, Keystone Pipeline stance, etc., and you'll get a good look at someone that is thwarting American resource development and energy independence.
This is another reason we want the Federal government to STAY OUT OF OUR BUSINESS!
I can only venture to guess that Ms. McCarthy has absolutely no clue as to the amount of work that went into that life-sustaining jar of moose meat. There was the planning and preparation for the hunt. There was the time invested in the hunt itself with no guarantee that it would be successful. Finally, if the hunter is successful, the meat must be properly field-dressed and then cured, canned, or frozen in order to preserve it so that the meat is safe to eat. A lot of work went into that gift of canned moose meat!
Would it have really been that difficult to simply say "thank you"? Was it necessary for a government official on a taxpayer funded trip to drop the F-bomb? Somewhere along the way, Ms. McCarthy missed the important lesson of "do unto others".
Is it really too much to expect R-E-S-P-E-C-T from public servants? Apparently so.
Earlier this week Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Ben Sasse of Nebraska who is seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate. She posted the following to her Facebook page:
Ben Sasse is the clear conservative choice in the Nebraska Senate race. National Review calls him “Nebraska’s Obamacare Nemesis.”
Ben is a proven problem solver. A few years ago, Ben took over as president of Midland University in his hometown. The school was on the verge of bankruptcy, but under Ben’s steady leadership and commitment to make tough decisions and reform old policies, Midland is on the path to recovery and has nearly tripled enrollment. Today, it’s the fastest growing school in the Midwest. We need those kinds of results in D.C.
Ben knows how dysfunctional D.C. is. He’s witnessed firsthand the corrosive effect bad big government policies can have, and he knows that Obamacare is as bad as it gets. As Ben told me, “I have said from the very beginning of this campaign that the problem in D.C. is that we have a government of Democrats with big-government bad ideas and Republicans regularly with no ideas. That is not good enough. We have got to be a party that sells the conservative vision of the future. I have also said that the GOP establishment in this country does not understand that the house is on fire and we have to save this country – not tomorrow, or next year, or at some debt-crisis moment in five years, but now.”
Ben is a leader we need in D.C. now. He won’t forget who sent him there because his life is firmly grounded in his small town Nebraska roots. His family goes to a church where his great-great grandpa carved the altarpiece that is still there today. Ben has his cornhusker common sense and his lovely wife Melissa and their three kids to remind him of what’s important. Melissa is a fellow “hockey mom” to both of Ben’s daughters who play hockey as the only girls on the boy teams. They’ll be able to remind their papa to “Fight like a girl!” in defense of We the People.
To learn more about Ben Sasse and support his campaign, please visit his website at www.sassefornebraska.com
- Sarah Palin
We have got to be a party that sells the conservative vision of the future. I have also said that the GOP establishment in this country does not understand that the house is on fire and we have to save this country – not tomorrow, or next year, or at some debt-crisis moment in five years, but now.
A man of action is exactly what we need in D.C.
On March 12th, T.W. Shannon of Oklahoma was endorsed by Sarah Palin at which time she posted the following to her Facebook page:
Tom Coburn leaves large conservative shoes to fill as he retires from the U.S. Senate. At 6’5 feet tall, T.W. Shannon is just the leader to fill them. T.W. is the underdog in his race, but that’s not a position he’s unfamiliar with. He’s had to beat the odds all of his life. He became the first Republican to ever win his district’s seat in the Oklahoma state legislature even though the naysayers said it couldn't be done. When he sought to be Speaker of the House, the naysayers said he was too young and too conservative to win. But his colleagues chose him anyway, and he became the youngest Speaker in Oklahoma history!
T.W.’s opponent has the backing of Beltway insiders, but T.W. has the passion and experience We the People need in Washington. As the former Speaker he can stand proud on his record of fighting for conservative legislation that directly benefited the lives of Oklahomans by lowering taxes, cutting government waste, and breaking the cycle of poverty by encouraging entrepreneurial self-reliance as the proven path to prosperity. T.W. understands that we need real leaders with vision and a steel spine to get things done. As he told me: “We are suffering from a lack of conservative vision. I believe we desperately need leaders with deep convictions who will fight—and win—the battles for conservative policies.”
We can also rest assured that T.W. will bring to D.C. the integrity and moral compass he acquired growing up attending Bethlehem Baptist Church and teaching Sunday School. T.W. Shannon is exactly the kind of dynamic young conservative leader we need in Washington!
To learn more about T.W. Shannon and lend him your support, please visit his website at www.twshannon.com
- Sarah Palin
Shannon said that he and Palin met at CPAC in 2013, where the spoke about their shared values.
“It is hard to put in to words how honored I am to have the confidence and support of a leader like Sarah Palin,” said Shannon. “She is one of the few leaders in this country who is truly committed to the conservative, Constitutional principles that will return our country to greatness.
“When I asked Governor Palin to support me, I shared my heart with her. I told her I believe our party is suffering from a lack of conservative vision. And as we know from the Bible, when there is a lack of vision, the people perish. I believe we desperately need leaders with deep convictions who will fight—and win—the battles for conservative policies. I can't describe how humbling it is to know I am now fighting these battles alongside someone as principled and courageous as Governor Sarah Palin.” More