Who is running our country?
Posted on November 14 2012 - 1:21 PM | By: Moira Crooks
Who is running our country?
Posted on October 24 2012 - 1:56 PM | By: Moira Crooks
Via Facebook, Governor Palin calls for President Obama to stop lying and come clean about the Benghazi consulate attack
Posted on September 19 2012 - 9:03 PM | By: Roderic Deane
First interview with Chuck Sr. and Jr. about their new book: ‘Our Sarah – Made in Alaska’, an intimate portrait by her father and brother.
Posted on September 15 2012 - 8:39 AM | By: Submissions
Guest Submission by Ron Devito I was fortunate to receive two advance copies of Our Sarah: Made in Alaska, one from a colleague and the other from the publisher’s publicity agent. If Going Rogue was the Bachelor’s level course on the study of all things Palin, Our Sarah is the Master’s Degree. Veteran Palin supporters [...]
Posted on August 29 2012 - 6:02 PM | By: Moira Crooks
I’m sorry Fox cancelled all my scheduled interviews tonight because I sure wanted to take the opportunity on the air to highlight Senator John McCain’s positive contributions to America, to honor him, and to reflect on what a biased media unfairly put him through four years ago tonight.
Posted on August 15 2012 - 10:02 AM | By: Submissions
Guest Submission by Ron Devito Todd Palin started his mission with a splash, dropping into the water from a helicopter. As one man – Dolvett Quince – nearly drowned – unable to swim weighed down with over 70 lbs of gear – and was rescued, Palin immediately focused on saving the mission and treated viewers [...]
Posted on August 10 2012 - 7:45 PM | By: Mary Beth House
“Liberty isn’t free and it’s going to take all freedom-loving Americans to come together and take a stand.” – Deneen Borelli
Posted on August 09 2012 - 6:43 PM | By: Submissions
This week on The Palin Radio Update with Kevin Scholla: A SarahNET Radio special presentation. Todd Palin is here! The First Dude and Kevin take a look at Todd’s new NBC show Stars Earn Stripes which premieres after the Olympics. Todd and Kevin also discuss Governor Sarah Palin’s political future, attacks on the Palin family, fatherhood, Iron Dog racing, Van Halen, and much more!
Posted on August 08 2012 - 8:48 PM | By: Moira Crooks
In 2012, we have a unique opportunity to elect more commonsense conservatives to Congress, but that alone is not enough. We must support conservatives who are with us on the issues but not weighed down with the burden of crony capitalism that is so prevalent in Washington, D.C. Congresswoman Sandy Adams is just one of those candidates.
Posted on July 31 2012 - 5:56 PM | By: Steve Flesher
Texas Polls close at 7PM CST, Palin on Greta at 10PM EST
Posted on July 14 2012 - 2:33 PM | By: Mary Beth House
Governor Palin is set to take the stage sometime between 3:15 and 4:30 EDT.
Posted on May 24 2012 - 4:24 PM | By: Submissions
Guest Submission by Ron Devito U.S. Senate candidate from Indiana Richard Mourdock this week thanked former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin for her endorsement of his campaign and credited the momentum it provided him as being a major contributing factor in his May 8 primary win during an interview with LaDonna Hale Curzon, Host and Executive [...]
Posted on May 22 2012 - 8:27 PM | By: Submissions
Guest Submission by Ron Devito This week on The Palin Update with Kevin Scholla: With Palin Power at an all-time high, Ted Cruz looks to bring victory home with the help of his recent endorsement from Governor Palin. Cruz is Kevin’s special guest this week. The U.S. Senate candidate talks about the much welcomed support [...]
Posted on May 07 2012 - 7:46 AM | By: Mary Beth House
“Throughout it all, Mrs. Palin has stood for reform.”
Posted on May 07 2012 - 7:14 AM | By: Mary Beth House
“Let the vetting of Steve Schmidt begin.”
Posted on May 07 2012 - 6:36 AM | By: Mary Beth House
The numbers don’t lie.
Posted on May 07 2012 - 6:00 AM | By: Mary Beth House
Anatomy of a smear job.
Posted on March 08 2012 - 6:23 PM | By: Jasmine Velasco
‘White supremacy’ is the heart of “critical race theory” and Obama knew it. And by the time Obama embraced him at Harvard Law School, Derrick Bell had already given a speech in Chicago just two months before that caused a sensation which was about how white supremacy was still the order of the day and that black people were fooling themselves if they thought civil rights and equality were achievable goals. He said this and one of the people who came to his defense, by the way, was Jeremiah Wright, with whom Bell had correspondence over the years.”
Posted on February 23 2012 - 12:56 PM | By: Moira Crooks
Quinnipac Poll shows Gov. Sarah Palin as a leading alternate choice among conservatives.
Posted on November 17 2011 - 1:10 PM | By: Nicole Owl
Speaker Gringrich promises to unite with Gov. Palin and her supporters in fighting crony capitalism.
Posted on February 01 2011 - 4:59 PM | By: Sheya
Governor Palin has always been best as the under dog. She isn’t expecting to be handed the presidency on a golden platter. She’s a fighter and wants to fight for it and she wants to earn it and will.
Posted on August 06 2010 - 2:00 PM | By: Whitney Pitcher
With the continued smearing and editorialization of Governor Palin and her record and the propagation of false claims that Governor Palin is a polarizing figure, perhaps it’s time to for us to re-visit Governor Palin’s accomplishments while she was Governor. She currently shows her policy prowess and acuity through her television appearances, speeches, and Facebook [...]
Posted on August 04 2010 - 8:14 PM | By: Sheya
So next time someone tells you that Sarah Palin is polarizing, remember it’s true “Sarah Palin” IS polarizing,”Governor Sarah Palin” or potential presidential candidate Sarah Palin, the one the American people will get to hear directly from, is not.
Posted on April 18 2010 - 7:50 PM | By: Nicole Owl
Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran in April 2010 and is being re-published in light of the false accuastions made against Governor Palin after the Tucscon shootings. With the NBA playoffs underway, and many basketball fans on C4P, I thought perhaps a little sports analogy might be appropriate right now. Back in the 80s, the [...]
Posted on July 05 2009 - 12:14 PM | By: Mel Bryant
I don’t take lightly the decision of whom I vote for. It is my opinion that too many people have fought for that right for me to take it lightly. And so I carefully research my votes. I pay attention to the mainstream media sources, but I always do my own research. I researched Sarah [...]
Posted on July 03 2009 - 6:37 PM | By: Tim Lindell
In 49 BC, Julius Caesar led his army across the Rubicon River. As he did so, he reportedly muttered the phrase “Alea iacta est” – “the die is cast”. It was the point of no return. Sarah Palin has crossed the Rubicon today. It’s a gamble of incredible proportions. None of us saw it coming, [...]
Posted on June 02 2009 - 5:36 PM | By: R. A. Mansour
In a Compass piece last Sunday in the Anchorage Daily News, Larry Wood breathlessly declared that AGIA is dead. In fact, he thinks any pipeline to the Lower 48 is dead. Apparently no one told the Denali pipeline team. Poor BP and ConocoPhillips haven’t figured out that a pipeline to the Lower 48 is a [...]
Posted on June 02 2009 - 3:25 PM | By: K. Carpenter
In the dizziness of constant political attacks against Governor Palin, many issues of great importance to every Alaskan and every American are lost. Somehow, the truth needs to break free and be part of the conversation. Here are some true facts that the liberals in Alaska and America do not want you to know. Governor [...]
Posted on May 28 2009 - 9:00 PM | By: R. A. Mansour
Yesterday the good governor tweeted: It’s official: 13 ethics complaints against me & my office have now been dismissed by personnel board! That sound you heard was the lachrymose ululations of ankle-biters everywhere. They’re losing. They know it. The public knows it. And the Personnel Board is getting tired of their antics. First, let’s look [...]
Posted on May 10 2009 - 1:26 PM | By: Rich
Lest it appear a little obsessive, I hesitate momentarily in admitting that over the past few days I have, on occasion, spent some time observing the flow of traffic in and out of the C4P site. However, I know I am not alone in this behaviour, since some C4P commenters have also indicated that they [...]