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Flashback: Gov. Palin Keynotes CPAC with Epic Speech, Accepts Award


One year ago today on her 48th birthday, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin accepted an award from the Clare Booth Luce Foundation for “putting family first by not running for President in 2012″ and delivered an epic keynote speech at CPAC two hours later.

Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute Woman of the Year — 2012

Flashback: Gov. Palin CBLPI 2012 Woman of the Year — February 11, 2012

HD Video: CPAC 2012 Keynote Address

Sights, Sounds: CPAC 2012, Bristol Palin Book Signing

Gov Palin’s Closing Keynote at CPAC 2012 Sights and Sounds

2012 Birthday Celebrations

Bristol Palin — who earlier in the day had a book signing in DuPont Circle — documented her mother’s birthday celebrations in Episodes five and six of Life’s a Tripp. Though Lifetime has pulled down the complete episodes from their website, you might be able to find clips of salient points there. Following CPAC, Bristol and Willow threw an impromptu party in the Palin’s hotel room, after which, Gov. Palin celebrated her 48th birthday at Matisse Cafe / Restaurant.

Life’s a Tripp Episode Six documented the large family celebration of Gov. Palin’s 48th birthday which was held after she returned to Alaska. One of her birthday gifts was a small Ruger semi-automatic pistol for concealed carry.

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@AGUGrizzlies: Vote Against The @BarackObama Agenda Tomorrow

It’s been a long four years. Election Day is finally here. The turning point for our country is upon us. As Americans we have a sacred duty to vote and protect our country. Tomorrow can be the beginning of greatness, the beginning of real change, and the beginning of real action.

The black cloud hanging over America can be lifted. But it can only be lifted by us. Our votes tomorrow have the power to restore American greatness.

We are not better off than we were four years ago. The Obama agenda has left us less solvent, less secure, and less confident in our future. But we have learned many things these last four years.

The most important lesson we have learned these last four years is: When concerned grassroots Americans come together, the grassroots win. In 2010 concerned Americans came together to send new public servants to DC and to local governments. By working together, we sent new Congresswomen and new Congressmen to the House. We sent new Senators to the Senate. We seized power of 20 legislative Houses from Democrats across the country. We captured 125 State Senate seats. We snatched 550 seats in State Houses. By coming together we grabbed 675 seats across America.

Tomorrow we must come together again. Tomorrow is our chance.

Tomorrow we have a chance and a duty to begin the restoration of common sense in DC. Tomorrow we have a chance to elect a new president and a new congress, who will cut wasteful spending, put America on the road to a balanced budget, and bring true leadership to get us out of this economic mess.

We need a strong America with real recovery.

All of this lies in our hands.

Here is the American Grizzlies United General Election Candidate List:

Mia B Love

UT-4 US House

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Anna Little

NJ-6 US House

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Matthew Lin

CA-49 State Assembly

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Mark Reed

CA-30 US House

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Josh Mandel

OH-US Senate

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Renee Elmers

NC-2 US House

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Pat McCrory

NC- Governor

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Dan Forest

NC- Lt. Governor

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Dan Bongino

MD-US Senate

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NOTE: Dan Bongino has been personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Ben Lange

IA-01 US House

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Karen Harrington

FL-23 US House

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Ken Timmerman

MD-8 US House

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Kelly Hancock

TX-9 State Assembly

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Deb Fischer

NE-US Senate

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NOTE: Deb Fischer was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Heather Wilson

NM-US Senate

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Linda Lingle

HI-US Senate

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Linda McMahon

CT-US Senate

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David Bradley

TX- 7 Board of Education


Richard Mourdock

IN-US Senate

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NOTE: Richard Mourdock was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Elizabeth Emken

CA-US Senate

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Ted Cruz

TX- US Senate

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NOTE: Ted Cruz was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Orrin Hatch

UT-US Senate

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NOTE: Orrin Hatch was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Dr. Donna Campbell

TX-25 State Assembly

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Vicky Hartzler

MO-4 US House

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Jennifer Goode

Vacaville-CA City Council

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Ted Yoho

FL-3 US House

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NOTE: Ted Yoho was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Paul Gosar

AZ-4 US House

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Note: Paul Gosar was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Jeff Flake

AZ-US Senate

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NOTE: Jeff Flake was personally endorsed by Sarah Palin

Gabriela Saucedo Mercer

AZ-7 US House

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Nick Popaditch

CA-53 US House

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Ann Marie Buerkle

NY-25 US House

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Lisa Grey

NY-23 State Assembly

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Blake Farenthold

US House TX-27

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Cory Gardner

US House CO-4

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Scott Tipton

US House CO-3

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Martha Roby

US House AL-2

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Adam Kinzinger

US House IL-16

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Randy Hultgren

US House IL-14

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Mike Kelly

US House PA-3

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Alan Nunnelee

US House MS-1

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Mick Mulvaney

US House SC-5

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Roger Wicker

US Senate MS

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Robert Hurt

US House VA-5

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Marsha Blackburn

US House TN-7

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Jim Renacci

US House OH-16

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Todd Young

US House IN-9

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Bill Flores

US House TX-16

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Steve Southerland

US House FL-2

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David McKinley

US House WV-1

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Quico Canseco

US House TX-23

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Sean Duffy

US House WI-7

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Steve Fincher

US House TN-8

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Tim Scott

US House SC-1

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Tim Griffin

US House AR-2

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David Schweikert

US House AZ-6

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Cathy McMorris Rodgers

US House WA-5

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Steve Pearce

US House NM-2

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Larry Bucshon

US House TN-8

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Diane Black

US House TN-6

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Mike Fitzpatrick

US House PA-8

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Jackie Walorski

US House IN-2

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John Koster

US House WA-1

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Bill Johnson

US House OH-6

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Allen West

FL-18 US House

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Michele Bachmann

MN-6 US House

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Mitt Romney

President of the United States

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Paul Ryan

Vice President of the United States

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Many of these candidates still could use some help. There are calls to be made, signs to be waved, precincts to walk, and donations to be made. Campaign managers are always happy to hear from volunteers ready to get to work. Just use the contact information below each candidate to connect with the campaigns directly. It’s not too late to help them out.

Best of luck to everyone tomorrow. Let’s do this!

Our work continues.

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“Paying at the Pump” Solutions to Relieve Pain at the Pump

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Real energy solutions shall be presented! Please join Eric Bolling and me as we host an energy special this Friday, April 13th at 10pm ET on FOX called “Paying at the Pump.” We’ll present real solutions to solve our country’s rising energy prices and relieve America’s pain at the pump. And, yes, there are real solutions! We’ll discuss them and invite President Obama – in fact we’ll challenge the President – to adopt them for the good of our country. The White House will have an opportunity to put partisanship and its stubborn lack of energy common sense aside to get a handle on these outrageous prices. Please tune in Friday night. The energy special will also re-air on Saturday and Sunday.

- Sarah Palin

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The Audacity of Obama’s Intentions Revealed

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Whoever chooses to merely dismiss the significance of today’s exchange between our President and Russia’s President should have their intelligence and patriotism questioned. Let this exchange be a warning to voters: President Obama will have “more flexibility” to weaken us if he’s re-elected in November. He was caught speaking candidly to Russian President Dmitri Medvedev before a “hot mic” today (and surely one must believe he didn’t know the mics were still on; surely he’s not so audacious as to purposefully broadcast his intentions), as reported by ABC’s Jake Tapper. Here’s the exchange:


President Obama: On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this, this can be solved but it’s important for him to give me space.


President Medvedev: Yeah, I understand. I understand your message about space. Space for you…


President Obama: This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility.


President Medvedev: I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir.


Let’s consider what this “flexibility” might mean. We know that he has repeatedly conceded to foreign demands and backed down on missile defense. I pointed this out as Governor of Alaska when he proposed reducing Alaska’s missile defense system capabilities. I explained then that the President’s proposed military cuts would diminish Alaska’s opportunity to defend the union with our strategic location’s defense infrastructure. We also know that in 2009, as part of his “reset” with Russia, President Obama turned his back on our Eastern European allies by abandoning past promises for a missile shield in Poland and the Czech Republic.


We can’t know for certain what this newly revealed “flexibility” means, but considering President Obama’s past actions, be sure it won’t involve a position of strength for America and our allies. Russia has been thwarting us on one issue after another, including the rushed-through New START Treaty that many of us questioned after Obama insisted America ratify it first, then allow Russia to sit on it – unratified on their end – until it suited that foreign power’s needs.


Meanwhile, North Korea is planning another long-range missile launch, and the United States and our allies are still vulnerable to the threat of ballistic missiles. Our president has done nothing to alleviate this vulnerability; in fact, he’s done just the opposite. He has consistently taken a position of weakness and naïve trust in Putin’s Russia. Consider that one-sided New START Treaty as an example of this. Or consider those cuts to Alaska’s missile defense system, which leaves us much more vulnerable in the face of a nuclear North Korea. Now consider the state of our national defense under a President who whispers to a foreign power that he needs even “more flexibility” to weaken us further.


- Sarah Palin

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Bristol’s New Blog


Bristol has a new blog at Patheos. Her recent post asks some excellent questions of our President. Please click here to read her take on the Left’s hypocrisy as illustrated by some of its star characters relishing any opportunity to demean fellow Americans. You can follow her future posts at the Patheos site!

- Sarah Palin

As published at SarahPAC: Bristol’s New Blog

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Our Warriors Deserve Better

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Every American should be alarmed at Barack Obama’s priorities, which are illustrated starkly and astonishingly in his cuts to national defense. Those of us with family members in the military, especially, cannot help but be shocked and disappointed by the Commander in Chief’s decision to cut our troops and the benefits they have earned. It’s amazing when you consider all the government waste and the fact that the compensation and benefits of politicians (including the President) only increase, never decrease.


In a recent newsletter, Congressman Allen West points out:


The Obama administration’s proposed defense budget calls for military families and retirees to pay sharply more for their healthcare, while leaving unionized civilian defense workers’ benefits untouched. As well, we are looking at cutting close to 130,000 uniformed troops, but cutting only 7,000 Department of Defense civilians.


In addition, the Obama administration is looking to create a BRAC (Base Realignment and Closure) commission to examine changing the military retirement system. If you do the analysis, you find that less than one percent of the American adult population draws a retirement from serving in the United States Military. The idea of taking out the United States economy budget woes on our military is despicable.


The most alarming points about the healthcare plan include: 


- Increases between 30 percent to 78 percent in TRICARE annual premiums for the first year.  After that, the plan would impose five-year increases ranging from 94 percent to 345 percent.  That’s more than three times current levels….


- The new plan also hits active duty personnel by increasing co-payments for pharmaceuticals and eliminating incentives for using generic drugs.


- Veterans will also be hit with a new annual fee for the TRICARE for Life program, on top of the monthly premiums already being paid. In addition, some benefits will become “means-tested,” making them similar to the welfare system than as a benefit for Military service.


Congressman West is right. This is “despicable.” Instead of reforming our insolvent entitlement programs (which the President’s own debt commission recommended) and instead of taking a cleaver to all the waste, fraud, and abuse of our tax dollars perpetrated and perpetuated by the crony capitalism of the permanent political class in DC, this administration makes our brave men and women in uniform bear the brunt of our deficit woes. It’s shameful. The President’s actions are shameful!


For all his talk about slashing troops in the name of making the military “more efficient,” I believe Barack Obama will find these numbers will fall on their own. I predict our troops will cut their own numbers by not voluntarily enlisting at the levels we’ve previously seen or by getting out of the service as quickly as possible because of their Commander in Chief’s lack of support and lack of a clear mission for them.


After watching the administration “tsk-tsking” the conditions our brave men and women in uniform fight through everyday and listening to the apologizing for our troops’ actions in war zones, I stand amazed and impressed at our military personnel’s loyalty to the office of the Commander in Chief. I understand and am thankful for that loyalty. They deserve better. They watch the President’s complacency as the media seems to forget our fallen by choosing to give more ink and airtime to a phone call the President makes to praise a 30-year-old college student’s “courage” in publicly speaking about her birth control desires than they’ve given to any of our recent soldiers’ ultimate courage and sacrifice on battlefields far from home. Has he made as great an effort to personally encourage the families of the fallen? His priorities are skewed.


For our courageous men and women in uniform and for the security of our nation, November can’t come soon enough.


- Sarah Palin

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Obama’s Anti-American Energy Policies Invite the Next Crisis

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

President Obama doesn’t have an energy plan. He has an energy speech that he continues to give regardless of the facts or his obvious failures. He likes to take credit for actions initiated by the last administration (without telling you that he’s reversed or stymied many of those successes).


We should not be surprised by his detached attitude about America’s pain at the pump. He’s not interested in lowering the price of gas because exorbitantly high gas prices are one of his campaign promises. In September 2008, candidate Obama’s Energy Secretary in-waiting said: “Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe.” That’s one campaign promise they’re working hard to fulfill!


President Obama notes that instability in the Middle East causes short-term spikes in the price of oil. But that is precisely why we should take every opportunity to drill here and drill now to lessen our dependence on these dangerous foreign regimes. President Obama’s lack of action simply invites the next oil crisis. It’s as if the White House is purposefully making us more dependent on foreign countries – from running up an unsustainable debt that must be financed by foreign debtors, to constantly apologizing and walking on eggshells around dictators who control oil supplies.


When it comes to our energy security, the only thing holding us back is the lack of political will. We have the resources, the ingenuity, and the manpower. And we need the jobs! Any economic recovery will be hampered by these rising gas prices. And I guarantee the rising prices will only get worse and will halt job growth further.


We must never forget that energy development, job creation, and national security are inextricably linked. Access to affordable and secure energy is the key to economic growth, which is the key to job growth. Securing a stable domestic supply of energy will lead to a more peaceful and prosperous America – an America that’s not subject to the whims of dictators who can cut off energy supplies or shut down the Strait of Hormuz to exports passing through.


President Obama repeatedly claims that there is no “silver bullet” to lower gas prices. But, in fact, we do have proof that the promise of future drilling does lead to immediate price relief as oil producers plan to expand their production.


So what are Obama’s solutions? As luck would have it, they coincide with subsidizing his friends and campaign donors. What a fortuitous coincidence in an election year! While you’re paying $5-a-gallon for gas, President Obama has been picking “winners” and “losers” in the free market. He’s decided that conventional resource development that produces the fuel we use to drive our cars and power our economy are “losers.” His “winners” are the bankrupt green energy companies that his campaign donors invest in. Unfortunately his real “losers” are the American public who are once again hit with massive gas prices (at least those who can’t afford luxury electric cars like the Obama-subsidized Volt that gets 40 miles per battery charge, or like the Obama-subsidized Tesla that turns into a “brick” when the battery completely discharges and then costs $40,000 to repair.)


What are the real solutions? Well, whether you support Newt in 2012 or not, he makes a lot of sense in this video, which is why President Obama targeted it for mockery yesterday. Newt is right that we need to “stop bowing and start drilling.” And not only can’t a gun rack fit in a Volt, but the government will take away our pick-up trucks when they pry the steering wheel “from our cold, dead hands.” Newt explains in this video some commonsense, pro-American solutions to the problems President Obama causes with his terrifyingly naïve assault on U.S. energy production.


With just the stroke of a pen, President Obama could lead us in the direction of real energy security and reduce our oil imports threatened by Iran’s threats to shut down the Strait of Hormuz. Here are just a few commonsense measures we can do right now and most of them don’t require any new legislation or regulations:


Open Alaska to drilling. Billions and billions of barrels of U.S. crude (and hundreds of trillions of cubic feet of clean natural gas) sit untapped up here in the far north, my friends. We have the TAPS pipeline and infrastructure; we invite the development! Open ANWR. Think of how much safer and secure we would be if we had done this decades ago.


Build the Keystone Pipeline. President Obama doesn’t understand we live in a land woven with untold miles of pipe to carry safe energy supplies to protect and prosper America. Common sense dictates we need another one now to secure our energy future. It is key. It is the Keystone. If we’re worried about instability in the Middle East, it makes no sense to shun safe and reliable oil from Canada. Obviously, China understands this, and we should too.


Drill for natural gas. Natural gas is the future. It’s clean, it’s green, and we’ve got lots of it. Whether we use it to power natural-gas cars or to run natural-gas power plants that charge electric cars – or ideally for both – natural gas can act as a clean “bridge fuel” to a future when more renewable sources are available.


There are many more steps we need in order to establish a true energy plan to secure our future. But these three steps, plus increased resource development in the Lower 48 and reversing President Obama’s nonsensical, knee-jerk, anti-American energy shut down of off-shore developments would create hundreds of thousands of jobs as millions of barrels of oil every single day would flow under American control, and lessen our dependence on the Persian Gulf.


It’s time our country had a real energy plan that include a genuine all-of-the-above approach that doesn’t ignore conventional resource development. We need the jobs, we need the energy, and we need the security.


- Sarah Palin

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Happy Presidents’ Day

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Celebrating George Washington’s birthday is an American tradition to honor our first president. Though Presidents’ Day is now the more commonly-used term, and has expanded to include all presidents, the legal term for this federal holiday remains Washington’s Birthday.


We honor President Washington, not because he was flawless; he was not. He was, however, the epitome of self-sacrifice—both as a soldier and a statesman. It was that sacrifice that helped make America what it was destined to become. We honor him because of what he accomplished and the manner in which he approached service to this nation: with a servant’s heart.


I am on record as acknowledging President Washington as my favorite Founder precisely because of that heart. He did not seek power. He accepted it reluctantly. He answered the call, offered himself up in the name of service, and helped to usher in a new day. At a time when he could have remained in office perpetually, as some expected, he chose to return to life as a citizen rather than seek a third term. He fulfilled his destiny, and his legacy is secure.


It is refreshing to reflect on one who was so far removed in spirit from the inside baseball that too often defines politics now. America celebrates President Washington for his decision to serve for the right reasons. Today, we could certainly use a little more Washington in DC and a little less BS in Washington.


Happy Presidents’ Day.


- Sarah Palin

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Happy Birthday, President Lincoln

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

Today, on what would be President Lincoln’s 203rd birthday, America still honors our sixteenth president. It was a long journey from a humble log cabin in Kentucky to the prestigious White House in our nation’s capital. The road he traveled was certainly not without struggles and hardships – from the loss of family as a boy to the turmoil of a war-divided nation as a man. His is a story of the true American spirit, the same spirit that inspires and motivates Americans today.


Without question, his perseverance and indomitable will contributed to the historical Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, changing the course of America forever and helping to usher in the sudden and relentless reform so needed at that time. Also, who could forget the words, so often quoted, from the Gettysburg Address?


“It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” 


All these years later, those great words – heralding an even greater cause – still resonate with Americans who remain dedicated to preserving what those who came before us carved out for us: a land of freedom, opportunity, and exceptionalism. President Lincoln admonished the country not to squander what had come at such a high price. In 2012, the message has not changed. The message must not change because the cause of freedom is still just and its price still high.


Happy Birthday, President Lincoln.


- Sarah Palin

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Happy Birthday, President Reagan

Governor Palin today posted on Facebook:

America remembers our beloved 40th president today! In honor of President Reagan’s 101st birthday, Americans For Prosperity put together this great video reminding us of the time-tested truths Reagan stood for. at the Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, CA


Last year at this time, I had the honor of speaking at the Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Centennial dinner at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara. You can watch or read the speech here; it was an homage to Reagan’s famous “Time for Choosing” and a discussion of the state of our nation today.


During the Illinois leg of the One Nation Tour, we got to visit Reagan’s hometown of Dixon, as well as his alma mater, Eureka College.  It was a very moving experience, which I wrote about here, here and here.


As I wrote in an op-ed last year on Reagan’s centennial:


I had the privilege of coming of age during the era of Ronald Reagan. I like to think of him as America’s lifeguard. As a teenager, Ronald Reagan saved 77 lives as a lifeguard on the Rock River, which ran through his hometown of Dixon, Ill. The day he was inaugurated in 1981, a local radio announcer famously declared, “The Rock River flows for you tonight, Mr. President.” 


The image of the lifeguard seems to represent what Reagan was to America and to the freedom-loving people of the world. He lifted our country up at a time when we were in the depths of economic, cultural and spiritual malaise. We were told that we must accept that the era of American greatness was over; but with his optimism and common sense, President Reagan held up a mirror to the American soul to remind us of our exceptionalism.

at the Rock River in Dixon, IL


We are all so grateful for his courage and leadership; and like President Reagan, we believe that our best days are yet to come because “there will always be a bright dawn ahead” for America.


- Sarah Palin

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