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Dana Loesch on Ron Paul and the Tea Party

Here is a good article by Dana Loesch.  I basically agree with her here – Ron Paul has some good things to say and is hard to fault in some ways.  That being said, I believe his foreign policy is ridiculously naive.  There are other things about Paul’s views which are troublesome and there’s more to say about them  …  but … for now … have a look at this article.  I think she puts it rather well when she says:

Citing A.C. Kleinheider’s hatchet job? Really? It’s not “neoconservative” to say that terrorists responsible for murdering Americans should be destroyed (I covered the speech for PJTVlistened and Tweeted Palin’s speech). It’s not “neoconservative” to point out that Obama & Co. rushed to inform the panty bomber of his Miranda Rights after questioning him for only 50 minutes and not getting all the answers before giving him rights he neither deserved nor respected – and to say that such a thing shouldn’t happen again.

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Sarah Palin Keynote Speech at National Tea Party Convention

Sarah Palin is sounding more confident, solid and definite. She does a really good job here. Sit back and enjoy 🙂

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Sarah Palin points out the perils of a weak dollar and increasing dependence on foreign oil.

Sarah Palin Holds Rally In Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Sarah Palin spoke out about the precarious position of the U.S. dollar on her facebook page on Oct. 6,2009. Here is the text in it’s entirety:

The British newspaper The Independent reported today that Gulf oil producers were negotiating with Russia, China, Japan and France to replace the dollar in pricing oil with a basket of currencies.[1] According to the Wall Street Journal, Arab oil officials have denied the story, but even the possibility of such a talk weakens the dollar and renews fears about its continued viability as an international reserve currency.[2] In fact, today a United Nations official called for a new global reserve currency to replace the dollar and end our “privilege” to run up huge deficits.[3] We can see the effect of this in the price of gold, which hit a record high today in response to fears about the weakened dollar.[4] 

All of this is a result of our out-of-control debt. This is why we need to rein in spending, and this is also why we need energy independence. A weakened dollar means higher commodity prices. This will make it more difficult to pay our bills – including the bill to import oil.

In his book Architects of Ruin, Peter Schweizer points out that the Obama administration is focusing primarily on “green energy,” while ignoring our need to develop our domestic conventional energy resources.[5] We’re ignoring the looming crisis caused by our dependence on foreign oil. Because we’re dependent on foreign nations for our oil, we’re also at their mercy if they decide to dump the dollar as their trade currency. We can’t allow ourselves to be so vulnerable to the whims of foreign nations. That’s why we must develop our own domestic supplies of oil and gas.

Though the chant of “Drill, baby, drill” was much derided, it expressed the need to confront this issue head-on before it reaches a crisis point.

Bottom line: let’s stop digging ourselves into debt and start drilling for energy independence.

– Sarah Palin



Did Sarah Palin 'do something' to Micheal Jackson?

Al Sharpton reveals himself to be a complete and utter joke when a caller phones in to wonder out loud if Sarah Palin ‘did something’ to Michael Jackson:

“That’s interesting.  I’ll put it out.  We’ll see.  I don’t know.”

h/t:  Small Dead Animals

John Ziegler talks about the real reason why Sarah Palin resigned.

Here is John Ziegler’s take on Sarah Palin’s resignation.  He notes that it’s not the first time she has resigned her post out of principle:

Big Hollywood » Blog Archive » The Truth About Sarah Palin’s Resignation by John Ziegler:

However, when I started my new Los Angeles radio show and Palin graciously agreed to be my first guest, I did make sure to ask her point blank whether she ever considered walking away from public office because of the attacks on her family and the dastardly attempts to destroy her ability to do her job. Her response at the time startled me with its honesty (she’s the only national politician with whom I have ever had that experience). Looking back, I strongly believe her answer is important to providing the full context as to how and why she made this decision, as well as how she views her future. You can hear the remarkable interchange here:

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Hot Air » Blog Archive » Video: Palin on Palin; Update: Fox interview added

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The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney: EXCLUSIVE: Rush Limbaugh Breaks Silence Over Palin Resignation

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