Sarah Palin’s parents, Chuck and Sally Heath celebrated their 55th Wedding Anniversary today.
A survivor of the Orlando night club terror attack tells all to Kevin Scholla on Mama Grizzly Radio
Chuck Heath, Jr. gives a flashback to the 2008 RNC and the events that followed, along with some previously unreleased photos.
Sarah Palin has been sharing a significant amount of content from Independent Journal Review (IJR), along with some articles she penned there as well.
Let’s get to it…
Happy 55th Wedding Anniversary, Chuck and Sally Heath
Today, appliance warranties often outlast marriages. It is great to see a couple celebrate over half a century together. Chuck and Sally Heath are a model to emulate and aspire to.
While DNC offers lip service, Trump will protect LGBTQ Americans
Jeannette McCoy is on The Palin Update with Kevin Scholla! McCoy was in Pulse when the Orlando nightclub was attacked by an Islamic terrorist. Unlike so many, McCoy survived, but she is struggling with the aftermath. Despite being a fitness pro, a gun owner, and a tough, independent woman, McCoy is suffering from post-traumatic stress. Don’t miss this exclusive candid conversation with the very brave Jeannette McCoy, and learn how she’s fighting back after experiencing this harrowing ordeal. Following Donald Trump’s call to protect the LGBTQ community, our goal is to not let people forget about what happened at Pulse and to inform as many Americans as possible about our precious Second Amendment. Plus, Sarah Palin offers advice to Mike Pence as he runs for vice president, a subject she knows a lot about. Also, a brand new segment of Liberty & Legacy with Tamara Colbert in Texas is featured, and Steel Resolve, our weekly commentary with Sarah Steelman in Missouri is showcased. Mama Grizzly Radio is ON DEMAND and available for DOWNLOAD anytime. Mama Grizzly Radio…hear the roar!
Facebook Statuses, SarahPAC
Dakota Meyer Posts Photo of Gun Next to His Baby. And Boy Do Commenters Have Something to Say…
Why, when suggesting support for law enforcement, does the left get all wee-wee’d up, showing their true colors, even attacking David Axelrod who comes through with decent commonsense?
We snuck out to Wasilla’s cinema, grabbed tubs of that buttery movie theatre popcorn & big gulp sodas the Left wants to outlaw, and took in the tremendously powerful new film, “Hillary’s America”. Kudos to Dinesh D’Souza for speaking truth to power in production of this film.
Watch it soon; bring friends who may be undecided in this election. Their awakening will impact our progress toward an exceptional America… or a Hillary America.
Watching this documentary was so mesmerizing, catching one profound point after another, that I didn’t even bug Todd to hit the lobby for popcorn refills.
In supporting DJT, I’ve asked for nothing. (Except the red “Make America Great Again” hat Trump sent my dad that’s now commendably unmovable from Dad’s cranium.) But I WILL finally request something from the campaign: please, all, watch the film. Absorb the gravity of the nation’s situation with democrat party leaders deceiving voters about their foundation and intentions. Our candidate can then speak more truth to empower Americans.
View the trailer below, and find a local showing here, and let me know what you think:
– Sarah Palin
Congratulations to Adrienne Ross on her new book! It’s entertaining, hilarious, insightful… great reading especially during a hyper-political head-scratching time in America that leaves you craving some fun!
Our beautiful author friend, Adrienne, deserves all the success in the world with “Aunt Alma: Ain’t Nobody In Heaven Raisin’ Hell” – check it out here – www.auntalma.com
Some good humor for your week. – “Country Singer Writes A Ballad About Why His Dog Is A Democrat. 1.6 Million Views Later…”
With Donald Trump securing the presidential nomination, the political narrative is shifting rapidly and revealingly. As you watch former haters hop aboard the Trump Train, it’s important to connect dots and understand my concern about a bunch of belated mea culpas with which we’ll now be inundated.
It’s important because time is short and lessons must be learned to avoid future catastrophic capture by status quo politicos.
Friends, my concern here is all about the attempted destruction of Trump SUPPORTERS over all these months. I’ve zipped my lips long enough; it’s time to call out those who’ve tried to destroy you.
Personally, since endorsing Trump, my family and I haven’t seen the level of hate and vitriol spewed our way since the 2008 McCain/Palin campaign. It’s been hellish….
Another example of the media mocking those who work jobs liberals deem beneath them. It’s easy to annoy a liberal – just work!
Absolutely amazes me that the Liberal mindset allows mocking the American work ethic. Belittling an entrepreneurial spirit got us into the mess we’re in with dependency on a failed, bankrupt government. Big Government Libs LOVE the cycle of dependency because with it comes CONTROL of those who are dependent.
Good for those who do what it takes to independently make a living. Leftists condemning women entrepreneurs owning their own businesses and parents holding down more than one job to provide for family? It’s shameful, Democrats.
I’m so thankful all my kids work AT LEAST one job (most work two or more jobs at a time!), along with furthering their education… they’ve always worked this way. And I’m proud my four big kids are setting that great work ethic example for their little brother, Trig, who’ll also be expected to work because every able-bodied human being is created with unique ability to work. America – we’re blessed when those abilities are put to good use; we’re lost when choosing not to.
Tell me about the jobs YOU’VE held in order to pay the bills and be productive!
– Sarah Palin
Chuck Heath, Jr.
Chuck Heath, Jr. shared:
In the midst of all this presidential convention chaos, I can’t help but to think back to 2008. My friends and family were so excited that Sarah was going to be a part of it. We all knew how hard she had worked for Alaska and how all she cared about was putting the very best people in positions to make our state great, regardless of party affiliation. There was a reason 85-90% of Alaskans supporter her.
The 2008 convention was unbelievably exciting for us. After Sarah’s knock out VP acceptance speech, we were optimistic that the McCain/Palin ticket was going to win. The county was in a major slump and we knew Sarah and John could turn things around. We were very naive and had no idea how ugly things were about to become. Immediately after the convention, the media attacks avalanched. My dad was tracking stories and said that nine out of ten stories about Sarah were negative – a complete 180 from what we’d seen before the convention. I even got a call from a friend in Wasilla who told me that there were reporters in the local coffee shops pulling in high school students and offering to pay them for any dirt they had on the Palins. It got worse from there, and when Tina Fey made her false, “I can see Russia from my porch” comment, the negativity steamrolled.
We all kept our chins up and stayed as positive as possible (although that was very tough at times). Alaska democrats who had previously supported her jumped on the hater bandwagon and started spewing innuendoes and false truths. No name wannabe Alaska reporters hooked up with CNN, NSNBC, etc., to throw more trash out and try to make a name for themselves. And the mainstream media obliged.
The election day finally arrived and our family gathered together with friends and the McCains to watch the results. When it became obvious that the Obama ticket had won, the mood was melancholy, but surprisingly upbeat. We knew in our hearts that we had put up a good fight and we sincerely wished the Obama administration well. We hoped that the “Change” he promised would be good for our country.
When Sarah returned to Alaska, things were drastically different. She found herself continuously tied up in litigation over frivolous ethics complaints – something unheard of before the presidential race. At that time, anyone, for any reason, could file an ethics complaint against the governor and the governor would have to defend theirselves on their own dime. When the complaints were finally thrown out by the court, the person filling the complaint paid nothing, but Sarah was out tens of thousands of dollars and lost so much precious time. I remember her telling me that the majority of her time was now spent defending herself against this crap instead of governing the state.
After much soul searching, Sarah finally made the decision to step down. Her thinking was that Lt. Governor Parnell could step in and carry on her agenda without being under the tremendous microscope she was under. She felt the state was in good hands and that the storm would die down.
Of course the “quitter” comments immediately began to roll in. All of us that were closest to Sarah knew that her stepping down was the most unselfish thing she could have done. She knew she’d be attacked but she put the state of the state in front of her own legacy.
My father and I finally got sick of the falsehoods surrounding all of this and decided to write a book together to set the record straight. To paint the true picture of Sarah, we interviewed her closest friends, pastors, coaches, colleagues and family, (most of who had never spoken to the media) and put their stories in one easy to read book. It felt really good to finally be able to put the truth out there, but once again, we faced the mainstream media wall. Aside from Fox, the other networks refused to promote the book (although they seemed to promote all the trash books about Sarah written at the time).
I’m writing all this on the eve of the Democratic convention. Republicans are feeling good right now and are excited about the recent poll numbers in Trump’s favor. But I will warn them not to get too cocky. You have no idea how ugly it’s about to get.
It saddens me to see so much divisiveness in this country today. The world seems to be unraveling and at a time when we should all be working together to solve our problems, we seem to have forgotten that that first and foremost, we are all Americans.
Pray for this country.