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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Governor Pete DuPont Officially Endorses Christine O’Donnell

Wilmington, DE– Former Republican Governor of Delaware Pete Du Pont has officially endorsed Christine O’Donnell, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate.

“It is my belief that Christine O’Donnell will represent the First State honorably in the United States Senate.

“As you know, she will be seated immediately following the November 2nd election making her votes all that more important to the citizens of our state.

“It is my hope that you will support Christine, as I am, and help her campaign move forward to victory.”

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“Pete Du Pont was one of the greatest governors in the history of Delaware,” O’Donnell said. “I am extraordinarily honored to receive Governor Du Pont’s endorsement and aspire to live up to his standard of leadership and integrity while representing Delaware in the U.S. Congress and as governor of the First State.

“He proved the power of lowering taxes and shrinking government to bring about economic recovery to Delaware, and now he is fighting for Delaware to send that same common sense to Washington.”

Saturday, October 30, 2010

(Video) Christine O'Donnell on Fox & Friends, Parts 1 & 2 w/ Alisyn Camerota



Sarah Palin: Lisa Murkowski’s Latest Threat Pulls Anchorage Radio Host Off The Air For Opposing Her

Yesterday, Lisa Murkowski’s hired guns threatened radio host Dan Fagan, and more importantly, the station that airs Fagan’s show, with legal action for allegedly illegal “electioneering.” The station, unlike Murkowski, who is flush with millions of dollars from vested corporate interests, does not have a budget for a legal defense. So it did what any small market station would do when threatened by Beltway lawyers charging $500 to $1000 an hour – they pulled Dan Fagan off the air. 

Does all this sound heavy handed? It is. It is an interference with Dan Fagan’s constitutional right to free speech. It is also a shocking indictment against Lisa Murkowski. How low will she go to hold onto power? First, she gets the Division of Elections to change its write-in process – a process that Judge Pfiffner correctly determined had been in place without change for 50 years. She is accepting financial support from federal contractors, an act that is highly questionable and now pending before the FEC. And today, she played her last card. She made it clear that if you disagree with her and encourage others to exercise their civic rights, she’ll take you off the air.  

The concept of “electioneering” involves several issues, but typically refers to campaigning at the polls, which is appropriately banned. Under federal law, it can also mean paying for advertising on broadcast media during a federal election cycle, and it requires disclosures if done by groups and corporations. Fagan used satire to mock Murkowski’s write-in efforts and encouraged Alaskans to run as write-in candidates. That is not illegal. That is free speech.

Individuals like Dan Fagan have a fundamental right to speak their minds without threats from the incumbent Senator from Alaska. It is hard to find a constitutional right Americans cherish more than the right to free speech. This was a right Joe Miller, as a decorated combat veteran – a tank commander tested in battle, was willing to die to defend. Dan Fagan has not always agreed with me, but I will gladly defend his right to speak freely on his radio show, which he has often used to criticize me. In fact, Fagan has actually used his radio show to attack and insult me, my husband, my children, and my family in just about every way possible. He was especially insulting to my son, who left for a war zone to defend Fagan’s right to attack our family. But when I was his governor, I never would have dreamed of threatening his right to free speech. I support him in this fight because this D.C. Beltway thuggery, as exemplified by Lisa Murkowski’s latest threat, is ruining our country. The powers that be want ordinary Americans to sit down and shut up and let the ruling class ride us right off the debt cliff we’re heading towards with Obama, Pelosi, and Reid steering the nation’s car. We can’t let them. Now is the time to put aside our past differences and stand up to the establishment powers.

This whole episode confirms again why we need to elect Joe Miller. Lisa, you can sue me if you want (you won’t be the first). But I will not be intimidated from speaking my mind. Your intimidation just empowered us liberty-loving Alaskans. Are you really that out of touch?

- Sarah Palin 

Sunday, October 24, 2010

(Video) Jeb Bush On Sarah Palin Presidency: Would Support Without Hesitation



Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush says Sarah Palin will get his vote for president in 2012 if she's the Republican nominee. Appearing on John King's CNN show, Bush had no hesitation in responding to a question posed by an online follower, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Here's what one of our Facebook fans, Kyle Hunter, asked me to ask," said King. "Would he endorse Palin for president if he does not run himself?"
Bush quickly replied: "A, I'm not running and if Sarah Palin's the nominee and if she's running against Barack Obama, you betcha."
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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Sarah Palin Endorsement: Butch Otter (Gov-ID), Sean Bielat (MA-4th), Stephen Fincher (TN-8th) & Randy Hultgren (IL-14th)

Here are some more great commonsense candidates whose races we need to support as we approach November 2nd.

Butch Otter for Governor of Idaho 

As a proud Vandal grad who was born in Idaho and still has plenty of Idaho family roots, I'm honored to endorse Butch Otter for governor of the Gem State. Whether serving in Congress or the Governor’s office, Butch has been a voice for commonsense conservatism. He’s been a strong advocate for fiscal discipline and energy independence. As Governor of Alaska, it was a pleasure working with Butch as both our states bucked a growing federal government power grab in disregard of the Tenth Amendment. Butch has served Idaho with distinction as Governor, and Idaho can’t go wrong re-electing him this November. Please visit his website at www.otterforidaho.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Sean Bielat for Massachusetts’ 4th Congressional District

Remember what it was like in January 2010 when Massachusetts shocked the political world?  It’s that time again.  Sean Beilat is running against a Democrat incumbent who has been in government office for over 30 years.  Sean is a businessman, Marine veteran, and young father, and he is running against an ethically-challenged liberal icon who opposed reform of Fannie & Freddie before the meltdown.  That’s right, Sean Bielat is running against Barney Frank, and he needs your help to win.  Please visit Sean’s website at www.seanbielat.org and follow him on Twitter.

Stephen Fincher for Tennessee’s 8th Congressional District

Stephen Fincher is not a politician.  He’s a farmer, business man, gospel singer, and a true patriot from Frog Jump (pop. 400) in West Tennessee.  He’s a conservative committed to limited government, lower taxes, and job creation.  Please visit Stephen’s website at www.stephenfincher.org and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

Randy Hultgren for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District

Want to send a message about President Obama’s out-of-touch agenda?  Let’s win some seats in his backyard.  As an accomplished businessman and father of four, Randy Hultgren is committed to fighting for lower taxes and constitutional principles to get our country back on track.  We can count on Randy to stand up for Illinois families and bring real accountability to Washington.  Please visit Randy’s website at www.hultgrenforcongress.com and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.    

November is just around the corner!

- Sarah Palin

New Ad: Shame on You, Chris Coons

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Sarah Palin: Energy Producing & Manufacturing States Must Send Job Creators to D.C.

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I think cap-and-tax could potentially be more disastrous to our economy than Obamacare because it would devastate our businesses and cripple our energy and industrial sectors. Cap-and-tax would put the nail in the coffin for our manufacturing jobs and our resource development. That’s why it’s crucial we fight any and all efforts by the Obama administration to push for it. The only sure way to thwart this legislation in Congress is to send commonsense conservatives to D.C. After all, there were many so-called “moderate” Democrats who claimed to be against a European-style socialized health care takeover, and yet when push came to shove they voted in favor of Obamacare. We can’t trust them to consistently vote for fiscal sanity when their party leadership (who they voted for, though they now conveniently pretend they’ve never heard of Nancy Pelosi or Harry Reid!) pulls them in the opposite direction.

Senate races in particular have national significance when it comes to legislation like cap-and-tax. Our Senate is the most prestigious deliberative body in the world. One vote there has consequences extending far beyond that chamber. That’s why “rust belt” and energy producing states must get behind good candidates like John Raese in West Virginia, Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania, Joe Miller in Alaska, Rand Paul in Kentucky, Sharron Angle in Nevada, John Boozman in Arkansas, and Carly Fiorina in California. Your jobs depend on their ability to hold the line against job-killing legislation.

People in these states have a clear choice on November 2nd. They can vote for jobs or vote for unemployment.

- Sarah Palin

Friday, October 15, 2010

Gov Sarah Palin: Victory Rally In Anaheim, CA Saturday & Reno, NV Monday

Andrew Breitbart: This weekend I have the honor of sharing the stage with one of the Tea Party’s and Republican Party’s fearless leaders, Sarah Palin. Since her arrival on the national stage, the Democratic Party has recognized her potential as a political powerhouse and has worked in tandem with its partners in crime, the mainstream media, to wage an unprecedented personal campaign against her and her family. The Tea Party can relate. […]
As we head into the home stretch, Sarah Palin will be in California to draw attention to a state in economic shambles. After a generation of nanny-state and Ponzi scheme policies, Californians and Americans want a radical change. This is the Republican Party’s chance to win back one of the bluest states, and what better way to usher in that change than with a dynamic female leader like Sarah Palin cheering on fellow free market, limited government feminist success stories Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina.
Michael Steele, “American Heart” singer/songwriter Jon David, other California GOP candidates and I will join Palin on stage to cheer on a new era of hope and change in the pursuit of helping California avert economic disaster.
I invite all of our readers to come down to have a rollicking and patriotic time. I’ll be hanging out to meet and greet one and all well after the bunting has been taken down.
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Governor Palin is scheduled to speak at a Tea Party Express Rally Monday morning.
The 10am event is being held at the parking lot of the Washoe County Republican Headquarters located next to the Atlantis casino. The event is open to the public. 
Date/Time:
Monday, October 18th @ 10:00 am
Rally Location:
3652 S Virginia St
Reno, NV 89502-6049
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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Christine O’Donnell Surging: GREAT NEW AD, Dems Diverting Resources & Obama To Delaware



RUSH: Yesterday on this program, if you were listening, you heard me utter these words...

RUSH ARCHIVE:  I also don't buy that Christine O'Donnell is down double digits in Delaware.  I don't buy it.  A lot of people do.  But I don't.  I think that Delaware race is a lot closer than anybody thinks right now.  I just... I'm sorry. I'm simply voicing my suspicions, which are intelligence guided by experience.  I know with whom I am dealing.

RUSH:  Anne Kornblut in the Washington Post today, headline: "Obama's Delaware Trip is Chance to Keep O'Donnell on Radar -- As President Obama steps up his campaign schedule this week, one event is something of a head-scratcher: his trip to Delaware on Friday to campaign for Democratic senatorial candidate Chris [The Marxist] Coons."  Now, why?  Two only things.  This guy is supposedly up double digits over this neophyte witch, Christine O'Donnell.  I mean, this ought to be someplace they ought not have to send the president or even a penny.  This race, if we are to believe the conventional wisdom, is already over, and Chris Coons has the seat nailed down.  Christine O'Donnell doesn't have a chance.  Anne Kornblut writes: "Coons, of course, appears to be running well ahead of Republican nominee Christine O'Donnell, even in the White House's own assessment.

"Delaware still leans Democratic, and since the primary defeat of moderate Republican candidate Michael Castle, Democrats have been favored to win. But that is beside the point. Campaigning for Coons -- and, more important, against O'Donnell -- gives Obama a chance to remind voters nationwide about the Republican nominee, whom Democrats have gleefully embraced as an example of an extreme conservative." So we are to believe that they're sending Obama into Delaware, not to campaign for Chris Coons, but to use this as an opportunity to illustrate what a wing-nut Christine O'Donnell is.  Really?  The president of the United States has got so much free time on his hands, they have assessed genuine value in sending him to Delaware to expose Christine O'Donnell?  Something's not right.  

Besides, everywhere they send Obama, the candidate he goes in and endorses loses.  Is that not true?  I've never heard of this.  They want to try to characterize the entire Republican...? In a year where four out of ten Obama supporters don't like him, disagree with him, are abandoning him -- in a year where it looks like the Republicans are going to totally take over the House of Representatives and maybe even get 50 votes in the Senate, in a year that's totally tilting Republican because it's a referendum on Obama -- the Washington Post wants us to believe that they're gonna go in there and campaign for Chris Coons because it's a chance to show the country what a weirdo Christine O'Donnell is?"  My friends, my original assessment here is correct.  

He's not up by double digits.  Obama's not going in there because it's a chance to make fun of her. Saturday Night Live is already making fun of Christine O'Donnell.  Bill Maher is already doing it. The whole Democrat establishment's having fun with Christine O'Donnell.  They don't need to send Obama in there to do this.  They're sending Obama in there for one reason: Coons is in trouble, and their internals must show it.  And I want to play for you an ad.  Now, all of you who got mad at me when I told you I didn't like the ad when she started out saying, "I'm a witch," and I thought... Well, you know what I said about it.  Now, this ad is running in Delaware as of yesterday, it's a Web ad.  It's called "Coons the Taxman" and it has been paid for by friends of Christine O'Donnell.  Listen to this ad.  It runs 54 big seconds.

ANNOUNCER: (dramatic music) In America, where jobs are being lost and wages cut -- in Delaware, where the economy is suffering, and families are losing their homes -- there is one man who stood against the tide and raised taxes. One man who thought that a 911 call should be taxed. One man who thought property taxes should be hiked almost 50%. One man who as county executive left Newcastle County on the brink of bankruptcy.  Hide your will, hide your lights, 'cause he's taxing everything out here.  Chris Coons is The Taxman.

RUSH:  And then there's a graphic that says this ad paid for by friends of Christine O'Donnell.  It's on YouTube.  I'm gonna send a link up to Koko, and we'll put the link at RushLimbaugh.com 'cause you should see the ad.  It's pretty well done visually in addition to this audio.  Now, this is the kind of thing that... Well, it's a good ad.  I'll leave it at that.  I'm glad they're running it.  It's on the Web only but it will go viral now.  We've put it on this show.  They're in trouble in Delaware. I'm telling you.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  RedState.com reported yesterday that the Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee, the DSCC, is getting concerned about what's going on in Delaware.  I told you yesterday: I don't believe in double-digit poll business showing Coons way up there.  If they want to expose Christine O'Donnell, why not ask for a debate between Coons and O'Donnell?  She's do it.  I mean if really! Have you ever heard anything like this?  They're gonna send in the president of the United States so as to facilitate the exposition of this woman as a nutcase?  Not to help Coons.  Oh, no, no! Why, this is a golden opportunity, the White House tells Anne Kornblut of the Washington Post.  It's a wonderful opportunity that we have to illustrate just exactly who the Republicans are, in a year when the Republicans are gonna win by default.  

Let's see it. If she's that crazy, let's have a debate between Christine O'Donnell and Obama while he's in town.  I mean, if you really want to expose her, my brother, Mr. President, leader of the regime, ask for a debate with Christine O'Donnell -- and we'll even let you stack the audience.  By the way, I was going to say, Red State reported yesterday that the Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee is sending the lady who was on the ground running operations for Carol Shea-Porter's congressional bid in New Hampshire. They're sending her to Delaware to be the field director for Chris Coons' canvassing operation, which is a strange expenditure to be making in shifting resources around if the Democrats are so sure that Coons is going to win this.

That means they're writing off New Hampshire 1. If they're gonna take this woman off district send her to Delaware that means they're writing off the First District in New Hampshire but I guess it's worth it to go in there and expose Christine O'Donnell as the typical wing-nut Republican.  Gotta... (laughing) This is amazing stuff is to watch out there.  All right, the president, our post-racial president... We'll even let Obama bring a teleprompter to the debate! Obama versus O'Donnell.  And, by the way, he's so busy, guess what?  He's gonna make time for George Clooney in the Oval Office to discuss either Darfur or the Sudan.

I forget which cause is Clooney's I think it's Darfur.  Whatever, he's going to have a meeting with Clooney and then he's got so much time and such a great opportunity, he's heading into Delaware for Chris Coons the Taxman. Oh, by the way, we posted the video of that ad, Chris Coons the Taxman, at RushLimbaugh.com.  There's an entire website called "CoonstheTaxMan.com."  No WWW in front of it.  Just CoonstheTaxMan.com.  Friends of Christine O'Donnell.  And that's where you can see the ad. Go straight to it if you want to or we've linked to it at RushLimbaugh.com.  This is the kind of stuff that is good coming out of the O'Donnell campaign.  

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Why can't they bring Biden into Delaware, by the way?  Why does Obama have to go in there?  Obama's the kiss of death.  Obama is a disgrace under pressure.  Everybody looks at adversity as grace under pressure.  Obama's a disgrace under pressure and if the teleprompter bombs out, it's even worse.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  I'm still laughing at the idea Obama's being sent into Delaware 'cause it's an opportunity to show Delaware and the rest of the country what a nutcase Christine O'Donnell is.  Delaware already knows what nutcases are.  I mean where does Biden come from?  I'm still laughing myself silly over this supposed theory.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  Make no mistake about it, folks, make none, the White House is sniffing something happening in Delaware.  There is a late surge of support for Christine O'Donnell in Delaware.  I want to play this ad for you again.  You don't send the president of the United States into Delaware for the express purpose -- I'm surprised the people at the Washington Post -- well, no, I'm not.  I was going to say, I'm surprised they bought it.  Obama's going in there 'cause it's a great opportunity to make Republicans look like weirdos. (laughing)  It's like Obama said, okay, look, Delaware is the armpit of the country, and we're gonna go prove it, we're gonna send the president in there to show the whole country what an armpit is.  They're sniffing, speaking of armpit, they are sniffing a late surge.  At the website CoonstheTaxMan.com, this ad is running.  It's a Web ad but of course now we have taken it viral. 

(playing of ad) 

RUSH:  Hide your lights.  Hide everything.  Chris Coons is the taxman.  And there's a graphic at the end of the ad, "Paid for by friends of Christine O'Donnell."  And you notice the word "witch" is not in there one time.  So this is good.  It's a great, great, great ad

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Let's go to St. Louis.  This is Brad, and thank you for waiting.  Welcome to the program.

CALLER:  Thank you, Rush, and Missouri dittos to you.

RUSH:  Appreciate it.

CALLER:  I have to slightly disagree, though, with your analysis regarding Obama's trip to Delaware, and here's why.  To me this just seems like the next page from the same old Axelrod-Obama playbook.  For example: A year ago Obama goes out making speeches and trying to disparage the Republicans by casting your face as the face for the Republican Party, and that failed.  Next, six months ago, he makes the same speeches trying to cast John Boehner's face as the face Republican Party to disparage Republicans --

RUSH:  Right.

CALLER:  -- and that failed miserably.

RUSH:  Right.

CALLER:  So, to me, this just seems like the next logical extension. Because now they think, because of the stuff that's come out about O'Donnell, "Now we've got our face for the Republican Party."  But this is gonna fail, just like the prior to attempts did.

RUSH:  Well, but, while all that may be true -- and I have a brilliant response to it ready to go here.

CALLER: (chuckles)

RUSH: Even if that that's true, you still have to go there.  I mean Obama did not come to the EIB Network to use me.  He did it from the Oval Office.  He did not go to Boehner's office at the Capitol Hill to try to demonize Boehner.  He did it from the Oval "Orifice," and he had his minions do it.  To go in there... They're sending a lot of people from New Hampshire and others in to help shore up Coons the Taxman.  But let me tell you something.  The big problem the Democrats are having, you're right, they have to find an enemy. That's right out of Alinsky's Rules for Radicals 101.  Pick the enemy, identify it, freeze it, all that stuff.  That's their usual strategy.  They had me. They demonized me, as you say, and then Boehner. They have had a lot of people.  The trouble is they've met the enemy, and it is us.  

It's not one person.  It's all of us.  This is the shocking thing that Axelrod and the boys haven't yet figured out.  The enemy, in political terms, is us.  The enemy is over half of the country.  So if you want to try to find somebody that represents half the country to demonize, that's going to be a defeating policy.  You're going to have to find somebody who represents the thinking of 30 or 40% of the country, which means Obama.  Obama's the guy that ought to be demonized -- or Axelrod, or anybody on the Democrat side. There's Barney Frank, Harry Reid.  But they've met the enemy, and it is us.  The difficulty that they are having is trying to convince us, the enemy, to vote against ourselves.  Now, they may be looking at it as convincing us to vote for them again. But the truth is they're trying to convince us, the enemy, to vote against ourselves.  Because, you see, Christine O'Donnell is us, just like she said in their ad.

Sharron Angle is us. Marco Rubio is us.  So the more they demonize us, the more damage they are inflicting on themselves.  But you still don't have to go into Delaware to demonize O'Donnell.  Besides she's the most demonized person in the country. I guess... You know what Obama is really saying by doing this? "Bill Maher, we love you (snorts) but you're not cutting it.  Saturday Night Live, we love you, but you're not cutting it.  Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert? We love you but you're not cutting it.  We need to send the big guy in to get the truth out about Christine O'Donnell, and we gotta send him in to her backyard 'cause for all the efforts of Bill Maher and Saturday Night Live and Stewart and Colbert, she's still gaining on our guy. So now it's time for the big guy. It's time for the big gun. Imam Obama is going into her backyard," because it's such an opportunity to portray us as kooks.

Monday, October 11, 2010

(Video) Sarah Palin Preview From Newsmax Webcast: "Make America Great Again"




Newsmax Webcast Oct 12th 1pm:
Some of the many highlights of the extended Reagan-Palin interview being aired Tuesday:
When Americans elected Barack Obama as president, they expected the economy and jobs to be his top priority. Instead, Palin tells Newsmax, the administration decided, "despite the will of the people being against Obamacare, we're going to shove this down your throat anyway."
Palin talks about being mocked for her warnings about what Obamacare would bring, including so-called “death panels.” She tells Newsmax: "I was about laughed out of town for bringing to light what I called death panels because there's going to be faceless bureaucrats who will based on cost analysis and some subjective ideas — somebody's productivity in life — somebody is going to call the shots to whether your loved one will be able to receive healthcare or not: to me, death panels. I call it like I saw it and people didn't like it."
She predicts that President Obama will continue favoring big-government nostrums, and she describes him as "quite naïve" and "stubborn." In one cryptic reference, she suggests that others may control Obama, stating that whoever “is pulling his strings" will not let the president adopt free-market solutions that would solve the nation's economic problems.
Palin contends that Obama is "slamming us to the mat" economically by opposing the extension of the Bush-era tax cuts. The nation "will be slammed with the highest tax increase in our history" unless the tax cuts are extended, she says.
The best-selling author and Fox News commentator says she wants to "call out" Obama for his conduct of military operations in the Middle East: "I want to say, 'You're going to send our troops there in the danger zone, you better have a darn good reason why they're going, and you better be committed to victory.'"
Allowing Islamic-oriented laws in U.S. communities would be "the downfall of America," Palin says, adding that Americans "will not put up with any hint of Shariah law being any sort of law of the land."
In greater detail than ever before, Palin talks about what factors might persuade her to run for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination. She even describes how a Palin presidency might look.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Sarah Palin Keynote Speaker: Bakersfield Business Conference w/ Rove, Cheney, Gingrich, Romney & Guiliani - Oct 9th -

After a five-year hiatus, the Bakersfield Business Conference is back, this time featuring a lineup of Republican heavyweights that includes Sarah Palin, former Vice President Dick Cheney and Karl Rove.
As in past years -- when it was held annually -- the conference will feel more political than business. In fact, three potential 2012 Republican presidential candidates are on the bill: Palin, the former Alaska governor, as well as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. […]
He said Donna Brazile, a Democratic consultant and political pundit who managed Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign, is coming, as is political consultant Bob Beckel, who ran Walter Mondale's unsuccessful 1984 presidential bid against Ronald Reagan.
"We selected these people because they are great speakers," Martin said. Neither, however, is on the main stage, which is reserved for the heavyweights such as Palin, who was the event's main draw. Martin said as of late, however, the appearance of the outspoken Cheney also has drawn a lot of interest.
Organizers expect a crowd of more than 10,000. […]
The one-day event also features comedians Rich Little and Paul Rodriguez, actresses Jane Seymour and Goldie Hawn and singer Ronnie Milsap.
In its time, the conference has attracted high-profile speakers from the business, entertainment and political fields. Among them: Donald Trump, former presidents Reagan, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, comedian Bob Hope and businessman Lee Iacocca.
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Monday, October 4, 2010

(Video) Sarah Palin: Joe Foss Institute Teaching the Next Generation About American Exceptionalism

Last week, Todd flew to Pierre, SD, as a guest at the Joe Foss Institute and attended their annual pheasant hunt fundraiser. While meeting some great patriots from all across the country, Todd received a quick shooting pointer from Didi Foss, the wife of World War II fighter pilot, Medal of Honor recipient, and South Dakota hero, Joe Foss. Then he picked up critical “tactical field instruction” from General Walter Boomer, USMC (ret) and LTG Jerry Boykin, USA (ret), which I’m told dramatically improved his ability to stalk the feathered beasts. The Joe Foss Institute’s mission is “to teach youth patriotism, integrity, public service and the significance of America’s freedoms.” The Institute makes an impact by using veterans to take its message into classrooms, assemblies, and now into year-round camps through its new partnerships with the Boy Scouts of America and the Salvation Army. You can learn more about this great organization by visiting their website at www.joefoss.com or following them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/joe.foss.institute

And in other family news, Bristol continues to have a ball while stepping up and stepping out of her comfort zone on DWTS! She’s dancing again tonight, and you can keep track of her (and vote for her too!) and all the brave souls in this competition by visiting her Facebook page here.

- Sarah Palin



Sunday, October 3, 2010

Governor Sarah Palin Coming To Anaheim, CA (Oct 16th) & Orlando, FL (Oct 23rd)

Dear Americans:
Sarah Palin wants to meet you. 
You are invited to join Sarah Palin and our conservative candidates running at all levels at a rally to kickoff our Party's final push to victory in Anaheim, CA, on Saturday, October 16th or Orlando, FL, on Saturday, October 23rd. 
As a grassroots activist, I hope you will be able to attend one of these special campaign events because you understand more than most exactly what is at stake for our country just 32 days from now. 
We must elect commonsense, Reagan-Republican majorities to the U.S. House and Senate and add to the number of Governors if we are to slam the brakes on the Obama Democrats' destructive socialist schemes. Your participation at the victory rally and your continuing generous financial support is vital if we are to pull our candidates across the finish line. 
Tickets to these events are only $20.10 for general admission or $90 for the reserved section -- but space is limited and tickets are going fast. (Children under 15 are free.) 
You also have the unique opportunity to attend a special reception with Sarah Palin at either location for a gift of $950. 
Benefits for those who are able to attend this reception with the Governor include a photo and the unique opportunity to discuss the critical issues facing our country with other grassroots leaders. 
To reserve your tickets today, simply go here. After you place your ticket order, you will receive a separate email to print your tickets. 
If you can't make it to either of these events, I hope you will take this opportunity to keep our Party moving forward to an historic victory by making an investment of 25 cents for every one of the 435 House, 37 Senate and 37 Governors' races for a total of $127.25. Your gift will ensure that RNC Victory's vital get-out-the-vote effort is fully funded and that our Republican candidates have the down-to-the-wire support they need to win. 
Americans, Sarah Palin looks forward to meeting you at one of these great events. Working together, I know we will win the battle to save our country. 
Sincerely,
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Peter Terpeluk
Chairman, RNC Victory 2010 
P.S. Americans, I hope you can make it to Anaheim, CA, on Saturday, October 16th or Orlando, FL, on Saturday, October 23rd for these exciting RNC Victory 2010 campaign events. Tickets are available for $20.10 apiece for general admission, $90 for the reserved section and $950 for a special reception and photo op. 

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