Wednesday, December 29, 2010

2010 Ending, Give To SarahPac - Update

     I hope that everyone had a good Christmas.  As we now head towards 2011, don't forget to contribute to SarahPac.  Fundraising will be one of the things Governor Palin will look at as she considers running for President.  If are planning to give money to SarahPac soon, please do it before December 31 so it counts in the end of year totals.

Update: SarahPac has sent out a new email.

Monday, December 20, 2010

My Favorite Christmas Story

     With all of the shopping and parties it is good it sometimes seems that the true meaning of Christmas gets lost.  Below is one of my favorite Christmas stories from the late Paul Harvey as a reminder of what Christmas is all about.

Merry Christmas to all.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Charles Krauthammer Still Missing It

     Charles Krauthammer is again criticizing Sarah Palin for her lack of policy knowledge.  This is factually untrue and has been refuted effectively.  Besides this, Krauthammer's focus on policy is entirely wrong.  We don't need a policy wonk in 2012.  What good are policy ideas if none of them can be implemented?  Krauthammer talks as if the 2012 republican nominee will simply put forth his/her ideas, Obama will do the same, and the people will decide.  In reality, Obama will make his proposals and then attempt to destroy his opposition according to the play book used by liberals.  Obama cannot be defeated by only promoting policies different from his.  Republicans in 2012 must argue in favor of conservative philosophy if they want to win and this can only be done by a true conservative, not a RINO.  This is what Ronald Reagan did.  Reagan is called the "Great Communicator" because he was able to explain conservatism in terms everyone could understand allowing him to get massive popular support.  Ronald Reagan did not just put forth policies that differed from the democrats, he explained exactly why liberal democrat ideas are wrong and do not work.  Sarah Palin also has the ability to do this.  This is one of the reasons she is liked so much by the tea party.  This is the reason she deserves at least a chance to run for President despite the attempt of the GOP Establishment to stop her.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tax Cut Debate: Socialists Unmasked

     The Congress is now debating the tax cut deal worked out between Obama and the republicans.  This bill, in fact, only extends the current tax rates for two years.  Maintaining current rates is not a tax cut! Despite this fact the democrats are spewing their usual vitriol as they scream and rage against tax cuts for the rich.  They are socialists and believe that government should decide how much of our money we get to keep. Of course, the media goes along with this, ignoring again that this is a bill to prevent taxes from going up, not to cut taxes.  The liberals are incapable of understanding that the rich are the employers in this country.  When the top income tax rate is raised it hits not only individuals, but small businesses too.  This measure if passed will have little if any effect on the economy since Obama has promised to run on raising taxes in 2012.  And so the Obama recession will drag on.  To really get the economy going will require a conservative plan that actually does cut taxes.  See the videos below for an explanation of tax cuts and supply side economics as implemented by Ronald Reagan.

The Laffer Curve Part I: Understanding The Theory

The Laffer Curve, Part II: Reviewing the Evidence

The Laffer Curve, Part III: Dynamic Scoring

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

America By Heart Book Tour Schedule

   This is the book tour schedule for "America By Heart" by Sarah Palin.

Update: A limited number of signed copies are also available from Amazon here from Borders here and from Barnes & Noble here.  This article has some advice for those attending book tour events.

Update: A leather bound edition of "America By Heart" is now available here.  The Alaska book signing will be December 18 at Costco in Anchorage from 11am - 2pm.

November 23rd

Barnes & Noble - store details here
Desert Ridge Marketplace
21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Suite 42
Phoenix, AZ 85050
6:00 – 9:00 PM

November 26th

Mardel - store details here
9725 East 71st Street
Tulsa, OK 74133
6:00 – 9:00 PM

November 27th

Hastings Entertainment - store phone (402) 371-0111, (402) 371-0304
919 South 20th Street
Norfolk, NE 68701
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Borders - store details here
4100 University Ave, Ste 115
West Des Moines, IA  50265
6:00 – 9:00 PM

November 28th 

Dillons Marketplace - store details here
225 East Cloud
Andover, KS 67002
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Barnes & Noble - store details here
Lincoln Park
7700 West Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX  75225
6:00 – 9:00 PM

November 29th 

Borders - store details here
3025 Kirby
Houston, TX 77098
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Barnes & Noble - store details here
3721 Veterans Boulevard
Metairie, LA 70002
6:00 – 9:00 PM

November 30th

Books-A-Million - store phone (225) 930-3092
2380 Towne Center Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Sam’s Club - store details here
900 S. Bowman Rd.
Little Rock, AR 72211
5:30 – 8:30 PM 

December 1st

Costco - store details here
98 Seaboard Lane
Brentwood, TN 37027
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Joseph-Beth Booksellers - store details here
161 Lexington Green Circle
Lexington, KY 40503
6:00 – 9:00 PM

December 2nd

Walmart Supercenter Store - store details here               
2200 17th Street
Spirit Lake, IA 51360
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Meijer - store details here
1424 W. Carmel Drive
Carmel, IN 46032
6:00 – 9:00 PM

December 3rd 

Kroger Marketplace - store details here
11390 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Books-A-Million - store phone (803) 788-4349
Village at Sandhill
164 Forum Drive
Columbia, SC 29229
6:00 – 9:00 PM

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Michael Reagan Joins The Establishment

  Michael Reagan has now joined the GOP establishment effort to stop Sarah Palin from running for President.  Michael once compared Governor Palin to his father Ronald Reagan and only last week Michael said that the other potential 2012 candidates don't have the passion that Sarah Palin has.  Now Michael Reagan says that Sarah Palin is too polarizing to be President.  He further reveals GOP establishment thinking when he says that "it may be anyone but Obama by 2012" meaning that the condition of the country may be so bad that Obama will be a sure loser.  The naivete of Michael Reagan and the rest of the GOP establishment is disappointing.  I should not be surprised by this.  The GOP establishment gasped when Rush Limbaugh said "I hope he (Obama) fails", were horrified when Sarah Palin use the term "death panels" in describing Obamacare's administrators, and dismiss the tea party when we call Obama a socialist.  Regardless of the economy or any other factor, the 2012 presidential race will by no means be easy.  You have all just witnessed the level of mud and slime that democrats and their allies throw at candidates when their power in Congress is threatened.  What do you think they will do when "The One" is actually on the ballot.  Does anyone believe that the  democrats, leftist media and other organizations will sit idly by and allow Obama to be a failed one term president.  No Way!  No matter who the GOP nominee is for president every skeleton in their closet will be dug up to show that they are a racist, sexist, homophobic and whatever other negative attribute you can think of.  The level of mudslinging by democrats and innuendo in the media will be far worse than the election that just passed, in effect polarizing Obama's opponent.  The question is do we want a candidate who will fight for us against Obama and the left or do we want a candidate that will wilt under pressure, waging a defensive campaign to avoid criticism?   

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Election's Not Quite Over Yet

   Yes, November 2 has passed, but the election is not over yet.  There are a few contests that are still counting votes.  Joe Miller is heading for a legal battle with Lisa Murkowski concerning the vote count in Alaska.  Governor Palin's Sarahpac is helping Renee Ellmers hold onto her lead in the recount requested by Congressman Etheridge.  You know that democrats, and liberal republicans, will steal elections if they can as Al Franken did in Minnesota two years ago.  Please give what you can to aid these candidates.

Some Lessons From November 2

     Here we are after the election and the liberal media is trying to deny that it was a landslide victory.  60 House seats is more than a landslide, it is a tidal wave.  Not only did we make huge gains in the House, there were lots of big wins in the state elections too.  Indiana and Ohio are red again while the red wave also spread across Michigan and Pennsylvania.  Obama won all of these states in 2008.  As far as those in the GOP establishment attempting to blame Sarah Palin, Jim Demint and the tea party for losing some of the Senate races, we must ask what they did to help in those elections.  The answer is not much.  The establishment GOP had their chosen candidates from before the primaries and continued supporting them into the general election.  Tea party candidates were left to fend for themselves or outright sabotaged in the case of Karl Rove and Christine O'Donnell.  This cannot continue.  Conservatives are always told that they should support moderate candidates if the alternative is a liberal.  This is true, however, unity runs both ways.  The moderate GOP must support conservative candidates or they are just begging for the formation of a third party.  For our part, the tea party must dedicate more effort to getting out the vote activities.  We cannot assume that voters are as driven as we are and will automatically show up to vote.  Governor Palin has an article in the National Review with her thoughts on the election and where we go from here.  Check it out and have a look at Sarahpac's latest video below.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It's Time To Be Heard

     Things are going well for the conservative movement and momentum is on our side, but don't get cocky.  The desperate democrats are engaging in their usual voter fraud and unfortunately so is ACORN .  The democrats will steal these elections if they can.  We need massive and overwhelming republican turnout to negate this.  We cannot afford anyone staying home.  There is too much at stake for anyone to sit this election out.  Get out and vote republican and help others to do the same.  They did not listen when we said no to the stimulus.  They did not listen when the House passed cap and trade.  They did not listen when they passed Obamacare.  They have no choice now.  They must listen.  Make them hear you.  Be a part of taking America back.  Vote the liberals out.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Don't Overlook The Attorney General Races

     In usual election years most people do not pay very much attention to the candidates for attorney general.  However, as we all realize, this is not a usual election year.  This election we are fighting to take America back from the leftist progressive agenda.  The attorneys general of each state will play a critical role in that.  It is the attorneys general of the states that will fight obamacare in court.  The last thing we need is to elect any attorney general that will sabotage the effort to overturn the unconstitutional health care reform bill.  Don't take a chance on this.  Vote republican.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Early Voting Has Started, Go Allen West

     Early voting has started in Florida.  Go here for more information about voting in Florida district 22.  If you are not doing so already, please volunteer and help Colonel West win this.  Allen West's latest ad is below.

Don't Get Angry, Get Fired Up

     Election day is fast approaching so we will not need to endure the democrats smear tactics much longer. The democrats, along with their willing accomplices in the media, are using Alinsky tactics against their republican opponents.  Their goal is to sling enough mud so that voters will be frustrated enough to no vote.  We all expect to drive democrats out of office, but it will not be easy.  Democrats have waited a long time to impose their socialist agenda on this country.  They will not give up their power without a fight.  There are two words we need to hear on election day: record turnout.  We need to have such a massive turnout that the democrats and media will have no doubt that their policies have been rejected.  Imagine how it will feel to watch election coverage that night and see the shock and horror that democrat after democrat has lost all across the country.  We can do that!  Let's make it happen!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Help Sharron Angle Defeat Harry Reid

   As teaparty conservatives, our goal is to defeat all liberal democrats in this election.  Since he is the majority leader of the Senate, Harry Reid is directly responsible for forcing the Obama agenda on us so his defeat would be especially sweet.  Nevada voters, please vote early if you have not done so.  Also, Sharron Angle continues to need donations and volunteers  to help get her message out and get voters to the polls.

South Carolina, Sheheen Is A Liberal, Vote For Nikki Haley

     South Carolina voters, as you can see Vince Sheheen is trying to pretend he is a moderate, common sense candidate for governor.  He is not!  Sheheen is a liberal.  Earlier this year, Sheheen was running ads promoting his efforts to support Obama's stimulus package over the objection of Governor Sanford.  Now that he is in the general election he is running as a moderate.  His ads are solely focused on getting voters to question Nikki Haley's character.  Will Sheheen work with other states to stop Obamacare?  The answer is no.  The polls look good for Nikki Haley, but don't take it for granted that she will win.  Join team Haley today.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The GOP Elite Strikes Again, But Don't Give Up The Fight

    Many people have heard Rush Limbaugh ripping the GOP  for proposing compromise with the democrats as was written about in articles here and here.   Later this afternoon, Darrell Issa called to clarify what he said.  The fact remains that Obama has no intention of moderating his positions on issues and there will be ruling class republicans that will be looking to compromise with him.  This is discouraging, but don't let it stop you from voting democrats out.  The 2010 election is only the beginning.  The goal now is to elect enough republicans to block Obama from passing any more of his liberal agenda.  To actually reverse Obama's policies will take more action following this election.  After the election we can begin to focus on the 2012 presidential race and primary challenges for some of the GOP elite.  So vote republican and encourage others to do the same.  The fight to retake America is only starting.

Read more about the case for voting republican

Democrats Claim They Are Listening, Don't Believe The Hype - Update

     A previous post said to voters don't be fooled by democrats, vote them all out.  In addition let me expand on two other issues facing us.  Many democrats are now trying to moderate their positions on taxes and would have us believe that they want to pass tax cuts for the middle class while leaving it in place for the "rich".  Besides the fact that the rich are the employers no voter should believe that Obama will ever lower taxes on anyone.  Remember that Obama has already proposed raising taxes on those making less than $250K.  The Congress has not passed a budget because they did not want us to see how much money they are planning to spend.  The democrats, in spite of what they say right now, are actually planning to massively raise taxes to pay for this spending.  Obama formed a debt commission for the purpose of coming of with a plan to raise taxes, including a european style value added tax .

    Democrats are also saying that we should elect them so that they can "fix" obamacare.  They did not listen to us during the town halls in 2009 or when we showed up in D.C.  Are we to believe now that if we just send them back to D.C. they will pay attention to us?  No way!  These people ignored what we wanted and forced obamacare on us, a bill the vast majority of congressmen had not read.  Pelosi even had the gall to say that we had to pass the bill to find out what is in it.  As I said before, vote out as many democrats as possible.

Update - Read more here about democrat dirty campaign tactics.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Candidates Need More Than Just Money - Update

     While you see moneybombs and candidate fund raising efforts everywhere, candidates need more than just money.  Candidates needs volunteers to help them to campaign and get out the vote.  You can also help by passing on tweets, facebook postings, blog information and campaign videos.  Go to the list of candidates endorsed by Governor Palin or to this candidate directory and help throw the democrats out of office.

Update - Read this article in Human Events When Voting Isn't Enough

Ignore The Polls And Vote Early

     If you have been paying attention to the polls and election projections are all over the ballpark and should be taken with a grain of salt.  Pollsters are using various sampling methods and now we are seeing crazy polls that have democrats leading races in which they have been trailing far behind.  Democrats and their allies are now trying to use polls encourage their supporters to vote.  Fortunately for us, turnout, not polling, will determine the 2010 election.  We have been looking forward to the conservative republican tidal wave to come on November 2, but democrats are already up to their dirty tricks.  We will need every possible vote so why not start now.   Early voting has started in many states so you can vote today and don't have to wait until November 2.  Be sure to take other conservative voters with you.  Please also keep in mind that registration and absentee ballot deadlines are approaching.  Military voters can go here or here for assistance.  All of these sites can be found on the "Registration, Absentee And Early Voting Info" page at the top of this blog.  This is the time we have waited for since they tried to pass cap and trade, and they force obamacare on us.  Now is the time!  Let's get out there and vote!

Read about desperate democrats dirty tricks.

This video summarizes what is at stake in this election.

Continue To Support Joe Miller

     Although it is a long shot for Lisa Murkowski to win the Alaska Senate race as a write in candidate, Joe Miller still needs our help. Murkowski is trying to run as a centrist similar to Charlie Crist in Florida to such an extent that  Murkowski names democrats as those she most admires in the Senate.  For an update on the Alaska Senate race listen to Joe Miller on Mark Levin's show.  Joe Miller's latest ad is below.  Please go to his website and give him your support.

Update - Joe Miller's latest ad is below.

Don't Be Fooled By Democrats, Vote Them All Out

    As you can see on your televisions and hear on your radios the democrats have no agenda that voters support so they are running negative ads to attack their republican opponents while blue dog democrats attempt to distance themselves from Obama's failed policies.  Everyone should realize now that there is no such thing as a blue dog democrat.  This election is not about who best can represent the best interests of each state and while the republican party has its flaws, the time to deal with that was in the primaries.  We stand on the brink of full blown European style socialism and no matter what they say in their ads, every democrat sent to D.C. will enable that agenda.  With all of the democrats running away from the Obama agenda, how many of them voted for Pelosi as Speaker?  Which democrats voted for the failed stimulus act?  Look at the democrats that voted for obamacare the first or the second time.  Who in the House voted for cap and trade and who in the Senate wanted to vote for it?  These questions must be considered before voting for any democrat.  Does anyone really believe that sending democrats back to D.C. will help to stop any of these things or the coming expiration of the Bush tax cuts on December 31?  We need to vote out as many democrats as possible to limit Obama's socialist agenda.

Help Christine O'Donnell Raise $1.5 million - Updated

     Christine O'Donnell is now running in the general election thanks to the support of Mark Levin, Sarah Palin, Jim Demint and the tea party.  The establishment GOP is still writing this race off as a loss because their beloved Mike Castle lost in the primary.  Tea partiers nationwide will need to support O'Donnell once again to get the win on November 2.  Please go to her website  and support her in any way that you can.  Her latest ads are below.

Governor Palin Endorses John Raese

     Governor Palin has recently endorsed John Raese for the West Virginia Senate race.  This is the special election to replace the late Robert Byrd.  Raese is leading in the polls and this is an excellent chance to gain a Senate seat for republicans, but his opponent, Joe Manchin is another democrat that is lying about his position on issues.  John Raese's latest ads are below.  Go to his website help him out.

Allen West News: Last Debate And Early Voting

     Allen West continues to campaign hard against his liberal democrat opponent Joe Klein for the Florida district 22 House seat.  The last debate will be on October 18 if you want to go.  Also be aware that early voting also starts on October 18.  Go here for information on voting times and locations within  Florida district 22.  Remember that Colonel West people to make calls from home and to volunteer.   Allen West's latest ad can be seen below. 

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Delaware Voters Have A Clear Choice

     During last night's debate, Christine O'Donnell was able to move past the attacks on her character  and get to the issues, drawing a clear contrast between herself and Chris Coons.   The voters of Delaware now have a choice to vote for Chris Coons, a tax and spend liberal that believes bigger government is the solution to everything and who will help continue the failed policies of Obama, Pelosi and Harry Reid.  Alternatively, voters can choose smaller government, greater freedom, the repeal of obamacare and the death of cap and trade by voting for Christine O'Donnell.  Since CNN cut away from the debate last night, you can watch it here.  O'Donnell has launched a page to fact check the debate.  Obama will be in Delaware on October 15 to support Chris Coons.  This race is not over no matter what the polling says.  Please continue to support Christine O'Donnell's campaign.

Go here to make phone calls for Christine O'Donnell from home.

Latest ads below.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Volunteer For Nikki Haley Victory

     Nikki Haley, endorsed by Governor Palin, is running for governor of South Carolina.  Seeing that he is not making any gains in the polls, her democrat opponent is running exclusively negative personal attack ads against Haley.  Nikki Haley is now asking her supporters to volunteer for victory to help get her message out.  Her opponent is an Obama style liberal so we need a big time blowout on November 2.  Take a look at Haley's latest ad below. 

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Help Michael Grimm Raise $50K

     Michael Grimm is the candidate, endorsed by Governor Palin, for the New York district 13 race.  He is running against a liberal democrat, Mike McMahon.  McMahon has a cash advantage and is airing negative ads since liberals have no successful policies that they can run on and win.  Michael Grimm has asked his 5000 followers on Facebook to each give $10 to help him raise $50K to get his message out. His latest ad is below.  Please go to his website and support him in any way that you can so he can keep ads like this on the air. 

One Nation Rally Shows Who We Are Fighting Against

     For those who still doubt that Obama is a socialist take a look at the video below of signs from the One Nation rally on 10/2.  This is why the tea party no longer has time for RINOs that just want to go along to get along.  This is it!  The future of this nation will be decided this November.  Socialism or freedom.  We need a blowout victory so don't take a victory lap before we have won.

Friday, October 1, 2010

One Month Until Election Day, Don't Let Up

     We are now one month away from the election and we must not get complacent.  While everyone expects a tidal wave to sweep democrats out of office in November, we still must make it happen and the democrats will not go down without a fight.  They have no popular accomplishments to run on so they will use their decades old bag of tricks: scare seniors with threats of losing their Social Security, attacking all counter proposals and opponents as dangerous "extremists", and the tried and true personal attacks on their opponents.  We must assume that voters will not be swayed by this.  Everything possible must be done to get as many liberals out of office as possible.  This will also limit what the liberals can do in the lame duck session and in redistricting next year.  So keep donating, volunteering, registering voters and helping candidates to get their message out.  We will win this, but the fight is only beginning.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Join Team Renee (Ellmers) - Updated

    As you know, Governor Palin has endorsed Renee Ellmers in the race for the U.S. House, NC district 2 race.  Ellmers is in a tough contest against incumbent Bob Etheridge that you may remember from this video in which he attacks a student.  Renee Ellmers is now asking supporters to join Team Renee to help her spread her message.  We need to take Etheridge out of office to show that violence will not be tolerated against those who disagree.  This race is currently rated as leans democrat.  Do what you can to help Ellmers win.

Update - Go here to watch  the debate between Renee Ellemers and Bob Etheridge.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Allen West Asks For Volunteers

     Allen West, candidate for U.S. House from Florida district 22 continues to to be in a tight race against incumbent democrat Joe Klein.  The democrat continues to attack Colonel West's character and even went so low as to release Allen West's social security number.  Recent polling shows West with momentum, but he needs help to keep it going.  Allen West is now calling on supporters to to increase volunteer efforts on behalf of his campaign.  Please do what you can to help this great man win this race.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Lisa Murkowski Directly Attacking Tea Party

     It was not enough for Lisa Murkowski to lose a primary and then ignore the will of the voters by mounting a write in bid.  Murkowski is now running ads attacking the Tea Party Express.  How much PAC money has she raised in this election? Murkowski really is a no-class, spoiled brat RINO with the belief that she is entitled to power.  Joe Miller must win this race so that the nation is rid of this woman.  Murkowski still has plenty of campaign cash to spend and Joe Miller is lagging behind in the money race.  Please go here  and give Joe Miller what you can.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Voter Registration Deadlines Approaching Fast

     Although the mid-term election is November 2, some of the deadlines for registering to vote are approaching fast. Some states require registration 30 days prior to the election which means the deadline in those states would be October 2. If you need to register to vote or know someone that does go this site for registration deadlines and absentee ballot information for your state.  For military voters and others that will be out of the country on election day go here for voting  assistance designed especially for you.  State government sites with voter information are listed below.

Alabama                 Alaska                Arizona

Arkansas                California                Colorado

Connecticut            Delaware                 Florida

Georgia                  Hawaii                     Idaho

Illinois                    Indiana                     Iowa

Kansas                  Kentucky                  Louisiana

Maine                    Maryland                  Massachusetts

Michigan               Minnesota                 Mississippi

Missouri               Montana                    Nebraska

Nevada               New Hampshire          New Jersey

New Mexico       New York                  North Carolina

North Dakota      Ohio                          Oklahoma

Oregon                Pennsylvania              Rhode Island

South Carolina     South Dakota            Tennessee

Texas                  Utah                          Vermont

Virginia               Washington                West Virginia

Wisconsin           Wyoming

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

SarahPac End Of Quarter Report Time

   We are now approaching the end of the third quarter when SarahPac will file another report with the FEC.  If you are planning to make a donation, please do it before October 1 to get it into this quarter.  Not only will this help Governor Palin keep pace with the other potential candidates for 2012, but this money will help her as she travels in support of candidates for the upcoming mid-term election.  Take a look at the great new video just released this week by SarahPac.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Candidates for Louisiana Runoff October 2

  Below you will find a candidate directory for the Louisiana runoff to be held on October 2.  This is the last primary election and many are more than ready for the midterms in November, but please be sure to vote in this runoff election.

Candidates for Louisiana Runoff Election

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Support Joe Miller, Murkowski Will Run As Write-In Candidate

      As I suspected, Lisa Murkowski is completely without any decency.  Murkowski has decided to mount a futile campaign as a write-in candidate.  Like Charlie Crist, Murkowski is only concerned with her personal power and the needs of her state or country are secondary to her.  This write-in effort is an act of revenge only meant to damage Joe Miller enough so that he loses to the democrat.  Real Clear Politics has changed the Alaska senate race from leans republican to only likely republican based on this news.  Please go here and contribute what you can to Joe Miller's campaign.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Primaries Ending, On To The Midterms

     With the primaries ending it is now time to focus full attention on doing what we can to achieve victories in the midterms.  While we all see a teaparty conservative tidal wave coming in November, we should take nothing for granted.  We need to make sure as many teapartiers are registered to vote as possible.  Go to this site to check voter registration and absentee ballot information for each state.   The link can always be found in the Information for 2010 Election Voters page.  Candidates will also need money to get their message out.  You can check the list of Palin Endorsed Candidates as well as this candidate directory to contribute to candidates around the nation.  You can also give to Senate candidates at the Senate Conservatives Fund.

Karl Rove Reaction Not Surprising - Updated

   After the reaction of the Karl Rove and the NRSC to the win by Christine O'Donnell tea partiers were understandably angry, but it should not be a surprise.  Karl Rove is the architect of "compassionate conservatism".  Karl Rove advised G.W. Bush not to fight back against attacks by the democrats on the war and other issues.  Karl Rove is not the political genius that he is made out to be.  If he were he would not have allowed Bush to take the country to war without constantly explaining why we were there and how we would win.  He would have known that putting out policy ideas without doing anything to get the support of the people is a recipe for disaster.  Remember how well the effort to reform social security went?  Karl Rove is just another member of the ruling class. Thankfully the NRSC is now going to support O'Donnell.  Good for them.  As Governor Palin says, it is time to unite.

Update- This article in the American Thinker gives an excellent description of the real Karl Rove that we now see and be sure to listen to Mark Levin contrast his Reagan conservatism with the mentality of the establishment republicans.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Candidates for September 18 Primary Hawaii

     The final state primary of the year will be in Hawaii on September 18.  A list of candidates is below.  Please be sure to vote.

Hawaii Candidate Directory

Sarah Palin Is Coming To Iowa

    Governor Palin will speak at the Ronald Reagan Dinner in Des Moines, Iowa on September 17.  This is a fundraiser for the republican party of Iowa.  Prices for this event will be $100 per person or $1000 for a table of 10.  Alternatively, there will be an opportunity to earn tickets by volunteering.  Check the Iowa GOP site for more information.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Sarah Palin Will Keynote National Quartet Convention

     Governor Palin will be the keynote speaker at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, KY at 2 pm on Thursday, September 16.  Go here for ticket information for the event.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Candidates for September 14 Primaries: Delaware, Maryland, Massachusets, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Wisconsin

     The last big primary day of 2010 is September 14 with contests in 7 states.  Governor Palin's endorsed candidates to pay attention to are Brian Murphy running for Governor of Maryland,  Kelly Ayotte for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire, and Sean Duffy for U.S. House district 7 from Wisconsin.  In New York Palin has endorsed Michael Grimm for U.S. House district 13, John Gomez for U.S. House district 2, and Ann Marie Buerkle U.S. House district 25.  Full candidate lists for each state with elections on this date can be found below.  Please get out and vote.

Update - Please support Christine O'Donnell for the Delaware Senate primary.  Castle is a liberal RINO that voted for Cap and Trade and will not commit to repeal of Obamacare.

Update 2 - Sarah Palin endorsed Christine O'Donnell in the primary for the Delaware Senate race while on Sean Hannity's radio show today.

Delaware Candidate Directory

Maryland Candidate Directory

Massachusetts Candidate Directory

New Hampshire Candidate Directory

New York Candidate Directory

Rhode Island Candidate Directory

Wisconsin Candidate Directory

Friday, August 27, 2010

Christine O'Donnell Needs You

     Christine O'Donnell is in a tough fight against the liberal Mike Castle in the Senate primary for Delaware on September 14.  Governor Palin has strongly endorsed O'Donnell.  Mike Castle voted for Cap 'n Tax and in fact the democrats are banking on Mike Castle to help them pass more of their liberal agenda during the lame duck session after the election.  Read more about how liberal Mike Castle is from Dan Riehl, Michelle Malkin, and Cubachi.  Rush Limbaugh does not endorse candidates, but gave his thoughts on Christine O'Donnell.  Mark Levin commented on this race and Mark had Christine on his show 9/9.  Mike Castle along with the RINO establishment is throwing the everything they have at O'Donnell in negative ads to defeat her.  Here is the American Spectator article desribing this in The Ruling Class Hits Christine O'Donnell.   She needs the help of teapartiers nationwide.  Go here to contribute to her campaign and here to make phone calls to get out the vote.

Sarah Palin will speak in Missoula, Montana, Kansas City and Waco Texas

     Governor Palin will be speaking at a fundraiser for Teen Challenge Pacific Northwest's Montana Women's Outreach on September 12.  This group helps women suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.  Check out this website for details.

     The following day, September 13, Governor Palin will speak at a benefit for the Vitae Foundation.  This group promotes the pro life cause using media.   Some of their commercials can be seen here.  A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible.  Go to the Vitae Foundation site for details and ticket information.

     On September 14, Sarah Palin will speak in Waco, TX at a benefit for Care Net Pregnancy Center of Central Texas.  This organization helps those facing unplanned pregnancies.  Go here for details.

9/12 Tea Party Taxpayer March on DC 2010 And Other Cities

     There will be a tax day tea party march on Washington D.C. on 9/12.  Unlike the Glenn Beck rally on 8/28 that sent the media into a frenzy this event is a political event, with signs and tee shirts that go with it, so the lib media will go into further conniption fits.   Hopefully the numbers at the march this year will match or surpass the  million or so that showed up last year.  Go here for event details.  If you are not able to make it to D.C. rallies will be held across the country.  Go to this site and click on "groups" at the top to find events in your area.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

9/11 Rally Against Ground Zero Mosque - Updated

     Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer are organizing a rally to be held on 9/11 to protest the proposed mosque at Ground Zero in NY.  While those on the left claim that the islamic cultural center will promote reconciliation with the muslim community, I believe building a mosque at that particular location can only be seen as symbol to celebrate the victory of radical muslims over the U.S.  Governor Palin's latest facebook post on this is here.  She recommended this article written by muslims that describe the proposed mosque as a provocative act.  For rally details follow Jihad Watch and go here for transportation information.

Update - American Thinker reports that the rally needs donations.  Please give what you can.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Restoring Honor Rally 8/28

  I encourage one and all to attend the Restoring Honor rally on 8/28 organized by Glenn Beck.  The rally will be held in Washington D.C. from 10 am to 1 pm at the Lincoln Memorial.  Please visit the rally website for full information.  Governor Palin will speak at this rally and this link has her facebook post about the rally along with some videos.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Going Rogue Released in Paperback August 24

     For those that do not have a copy or want another one Governor Palin's first book Going Rogue: An American Life will be released in paperback format on August 24.  Read this article about the importance of getting this book into the hands of as many people as possible.  Links to buy the book are below.

Going Rogue - Barnes & Noble

Going Rogue - Amazon

Going Rogue - Borders

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Candidates for August 28 Louisiana Primary

     The Louisiana primary will be held on August 28.  While the November election is coming fast and many are focused on that, it is still important for conservatives to vote in the remaining primaries to shape the direction and makeup of the republican party.  See below for a list of primary candidates.

Candidates Directory for Louisiana

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Candidates for August 24 Primaries in Alaska, Arizona, Vermont, Florida, and Oklahoma Runoff

     On August 24 there will be four state primaries and one runoff election.  Sarah Palin has endorsed Paul Gosar for the U.S. House Arizona district one primary.  For the Senate from Alaska Governor Palin has endorsed Joe Miller.  Joe is running against Lisa Murkowski, a strong establishment candidate so he will need intense turnout of tea party conservatives.  For the U.S. House district 22 primary in Florida, Palin has endorsed Allen WestUpdate: Governor Palin has endorsed Pam Bondi for Florida Attorney General.  See the full candidate lists below.

Alaska Candidate Directory

Arizona Candidate Directory

Vermont Candidate Directory

Florida Candidate Directory

Oklahoma Candidate Directory

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Candidates for August 17 Primaries in Wyoming and Washington

     Wyoming and Washington will have primaries on August 17.  While many are understandably focused on November 2, I urge conservatives not to overlook the primary contests.  We need to get as many conservatives elected to office as possible, not just republicans.  For the Wyoming primary Sarah Palin has endorsed Rita Meyer for Governor.  In the Washington primary Governor Palin has endorsed Clint Didier for U.S. Senate.  He is in a tough primary against the establishment candidate Dino Rossi. Sarah Palin has also endorsed John Koster for Washington's House district 2 primary and Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Washington House district 5.  Rodgers does not have a primary opponent.  Full candidate directories for each state can be found below.

Washington Candidate Directory

Wyoming Candidate Directory

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

August 10 Primaries in Minnesota, Colorado, Connecticut and Georgia Runoff

     A number of primary contests will be held on August 10.  In Minnesota Sarah Palin has endorsed Tom Emmer for governor and his website is here.  She has also endorsed Michele Bachmann for the House district 6 race.  Bachmann does not have a primary challenger but this is her campaign website.  In Colorado Palin has endorsed Bob McConnell for the House district 3 race.  His campaign website is here.  As I posted previously, Governor Palin will be campaigning with Karen Handel on August 9.  Rally details can be found here and Karen Handel's website is here.  Governor Palin has not endorsed any candidates in the Connecticut primary.  Candidate directories for each state contest can be found below.

Minnesota Candidate Directory

Colorado Candidate Directory

Connecticut Candidate Directory

Georgia Candidate Directory

Monday, August 2, 2010

Sarah Palin is coming to Georgia

Sarah Palin will be coming to Georgia on August 9 to campaign with Karen Handel.  For more information on the rally go here.  Handel is the candidate that Sarah Palin endorsed for the governor's race in Georgia.  Her campaign website is here.  Georgia voters must go to the polls for the August 10 runoff and vote for Karen Handel.  This is her latest campaign ad.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Cece Heil and the Tennessee Primary August 5

The Tennessee primary is August 5 and I encourage voters to take part.  Sarah Palin has endorsed CeCe Heil for the U.S. House district 5 seat.  Cece's campaign website is here.  Other candidates for the TN primary can be found below.

Tennessee Candidate Directory

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

August 3 Primaries: Missouri, Michigan, and Kansas

Primaries will be held in Kansas, Missouri, and Michigan on August 3.  Sarah Palin has endorsed Todd Tiahrt for the Senate from the state of Kansas.  Tiahrt's website is here.  Erick Erickson at also offered his thoughts on Why Tiahrt Matters.  Candidate directories for each state can be found below. Once again I urge voters to take part in these primaries because Conservatives Must Flood Primaries.

Kansas Candidate Directory

Missouri Candidate Directory

Michigan Candidate Directory

Friday, July 23, 2010

Oklahoma Primary Early Voting Friday, Saturday, Monday

Oklahoma voters will be voting in primary elections on July 27.  Early voting has begun today.  Sarah Palin has endorsed Mary Fallin for governor and Fallin's website is here.  A list of other primary candidates can be found below.

Oklahoma Candidate Directory

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Karen Handel and Georgia Primary

The Georgia primary is today and I encourage everyone to get out and vote for Karen Handel.  I have been following her campaign all year and I was very pleased that Sarah Palin endorsed her.  Handel is leading in the polls, but she needs every vote.  Her website is here.  A directory of other Georgia primary candidates is below.

Directory of Georgia Candidates

Saturday, June 26, 2010

South Dakota Runoff June 29

There will be a runoff election in South Dakota on June 29.  This will only involve offices within the state so it will get no national media coverage, but I urge all conservatives in South Dakota to get out and vote.  See the candidate list below.

South Dakota Candidate Directory

Thursday, June 17, 2010

June 22 Runoffs and Primaries - Updated

     On June 22 there will be three primary runoffs and one primary election.  The highest profile contest will be the South Carolina GOP primary runoff with Palin endorsed candidate Nikki Haley.  Haley has now been endorsed by SC Attorney General McMaster.  Support Nikki Haley and visit her website here.  Mississippi and North Carolina will also have runoffs.  Utah will be having a primary.  Palin has not endorsed him, but I hope Mike Lee wins.  Candidate listings for each state contest can be found below.

Mississippi candidate directory

North Carolina candidate directory

South Carolina candidate directory

Utah candidate directory

Update - Sarah Palin has endorsed Tim Scott for the South Carolina district one run-off.  His website is

Monday, June 7, 2010

June 8 Primaries

     The June 8 primaries will get lots of national media coverage.  With ten primary contests and one runoff primary on the same day it has the feel of the "Super Tuesday" presidential primaries.  Of course conservatives must flood the primaries regardless of how much media attention the races get.  If you want to change the republican party this is your chance.  Despite the recent attacks, Palin endorsed candidate Nikki Haley continues to lead the race for S.C. governor.  I wrote about this race in a previous post.  Nikki Haley's website can be found here.  Carly Fiorina is leading the California republican Senate primary.  My thoughts on Palin's endorsement and this race can be found here and her website is here.  Governor Palin has endorsed Terry Brandstad in the Iowa primary for governor and he is also doing well and his website is here.  Sarah Palin has also endorsed Cecile Bledsoe in the primary runoff for U.S. House district 3 in Arkansas.  Bledsoe's website is here.  Candidate listings for states having primaries June 8 are below.

Arkansas primary runoff candidates

California primary candidates

Iowa primary candidates

Maine primary candidates

Montana primary candidates

Nevada primary candidates

North Dakota primary candidates

South Carolina primary candidates

South Dakota primary candidates

Virginia primary candidates

New Jersey primary candidates

Friday, May 28, 2010

Up Next Alabama, Mississippi and New Mexico Primaries

     As can be expected many are looking forward to Memorial Day weekend and I wish you well as you attend the parades, memorial services, and cookouts.  For those voters in Alabama, Mississippi and New Mexico primary election day is June 1.  Sarah Palin has endorsed Susana Martinez for governor in the New Mexico primary and the polling is looking good for her.  The Susana Martinez campaign website is here.  Full candidate directories for each state can be found below.  Have a good weekend and don't forget to vote.

Alabama candidate directory

Mississippi candidate directory

New Mexico candidate directory

Thursday, May 27, 2010

South Carolina Voters, Enough Is Enough - Updated

     What is going on in the South Carolina primary for governor is truly a sad spectacle.  Now that Nikki Haley is leading in the polls we have what amounts to a lynching in the media with the culprit dribbling out vague and inconclusive evidence daily.  I have one word of advice for Nikki Haley - SUE!  A lawsuit needs to be filed against this individual as soon as possible.   Not only will he continue to give out information slowly to benefit himself, I believe that this will ratchet up until election day when another piece of "evidence" or damaging statement will be made leaving Nikki Haley with no time to respond.  Beyond this the voters of South Carolina need to reign in the establishment that is entrenched in the Columbia legislature.  Remember that many democrats in SC switched to the GOP when republicans swept into power in 1994.  Notice how quickly Columbia raises taxes and spending and how slowly they cut taxes.  Take a hard look at candidates at all levels in the June 8th primary and vote the establishment out.  Check the websites below for candidate information.

Sciway election guide

Politics1 candidate directory

Update: is Letting the Chips Fall Where They May

Update 2: Since the first accusation did not lower Haley's standing in the polls another accusation of infidelity has been made.  This time by someone from the Bauer campaign.  Fortunately Nikki Haley has a spine and is fighting this.  The first accusation did not work and I don't believe this one will either, but if they are really this desperate to stop Haley I still think another wild accusation could be coming right before election day leaving the Haley campaign with little time to respond.