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Happy New Year!

It’s a festive New Year’s Eve as we all join friends and loved ones and look forward to a great new year full of hope and optimism for the differences we the people are prepared to make as we stand united to restore our nation.

Governor Palin has been busy today posting some great stuff on Facebook and Twitter.

She shared an article written by Tony Lee:


Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and some members of the Duck Dynasty family will be on Fox News for its New Year’s Eve programming Tuesday night.

After A&E suspended patriarch Phil Robertson for comments to GQ magazine that were deemed to be "anti-gay," the network, which is owned by Disney, reinstated Robertson last Friday. Palin is the politician that many, including a prominent columnist for The Hill, said most resonates with Duck Dynasty nation.

Palin was the first politician of note to vigorously defend Robertson immediately after he got suspended, saying that "free speech is an endangered species" and "those ‘intolerants’ hatin’ and taking on the ‘Duck Dynasty’ patriarch for voicing his personal opinion are taking on all of us."

Then she shared a great video:


Then she took to Facebook to share Coach Wooden’s "Pyramid of Success."


And finally, thanks to our great friends at SarahNET, the video of Governor Palin’s appearance on FOX’s New Year’s special is available:

To all of you from all of us at C4P, thanks for a great year and your support of Governor Palin’s vision for a better America.

Enjoy 2014.

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