by Kevin Scholla via Breitbart.com
In a brilliant move, Sportsman Channel has teamed up with former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to host a new series beginning in the spring (April). Amazing America with Sarah Palin will air weekly and focus on the outdoors, including hunting, shooting, and fishing. It will be a program matching Palin with guns. Not since peanut butter first met jelly has there been a more perfect union.
The show will highlight personal stories of those involved in the great outdoors. There is no one better to bring attention to such fare than Palin. An avid hunter and angler, Palin is a sportswoman in every sense of the word. Her beautiful home state has given her a unique perspective on the joys of nature and the sports that compliment God's creations so well.
And a market research poll found Palin generated beaucoup bucks for Alaska, as Americans traveled to the Last Frontier because they were interested in Alaska due to Palin.
Bringing in Palin will surely attract more viewers to the network. The NRA and anyone who defends our Second Amendment should be equally stoked. Palin will introduce challenging sports like hunting and target shooting to a whole new crop of people. They'll tune in for Palin and discover a love for outdoor activities in the process.
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by David Brody via CBN
NEW YORK -- Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may not be running for office these days, but that doesn't mean she's staying out of the spotlight. Palin's latest crusade puts her in the middle of the battle to protect the heart of Christmas.
In a way, it's like the 2008 election all over again: Hundreds of fans wait in line for hours to say hello to her as she goes around the country promoting her new book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting The Heart of Christmas.
Palin told CBN News the book is a rallying cry for Christians to stand up against those who want keep faith out of the public square.
"We were founded as written in our charters of liberty, in the documents that created America," Palin said. "We're founded on a Judeo-Christian faith that would allow forever the right to express or respect for faith in America."
Beware of 'Joe McScrooge'
Palin warned those rights are under attack from atheists. She has a name for them in the book: "Joe McScrooge."
"Joe McScrooge armed with an attorney is quite dangerous," Palin proclaimed...
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by ROBERT WILDE via Breitbart.com
By now, if you have heard about Sarah Palin’s new book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas, good chances are that you have read it too. Yet, according to Kevin Scholla, Breitbart contributor, who has been reporting on the former Alaska governor's book tour, that in order to really experience Palin’s “magic” you have to attend one of her book signings.
Scholla told Breitbart News Executive Chairman and host Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Radio, people love her and that she relates with personal warmth and easily connects with men, women, teenagers, and children.
Bannon made the case that no one in the political arena today, Republican or Democrat, can connect with the working class like Palin. Scholla says the lines are long at the venues where she sells her book but the crowds are happy and excited to see her. She will not be found at the posh bookstores in upscale malls; Palin’s selling her books at Walmart and convenience stores where ordinary Americans buy their wares. Scholla says she is an "ordinary person who is extraordinary.” She enjoys the crowds asking people: "What’s your name? Where you from… Where do you go to School?” Palin is not just relating to be cordial, says Scholla, she is interested in people, “you relate to her and she relates to you.”
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BY MARY C. CURTIS - WP
CHARLOTTE – Merry Christmas spoken here.
That could have been the slogan at Sarah Palin’s book-signing on Friday at the Billy Graham Library. As she greeted admirers, surrounded by the lights, trees and decorations, her message came across loud and clear.
“She’s gorgeous,” someone said, after she appeared to loud applause from the crowd. And she was, dressed in black pants and a black patterned lace top – glasses on, hair up and pen ready.
Many of those waiting in line wore a pin that read “It’s OK to Wish Me a Merry Christmas,” carrying through the theme of Palin’s book “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas,” which sees the freedom to express the Christian values of the season under siege.
By: Mike Reynolds
Sportsman Channel, in a move that underscores its commitment to outdoor lifestyle fare and one it believes will lift its profile overall, is set to premiere an original series next April, hosted by former U.S. vice presidential candidate and outdoor enthusiast Sarah Palin.
Amazing America with Sarah Palin is a weekly, half-hour anthology show that will feature the ex-Alaska governor and best-selling author traveling around the country to shine a light on some of the personal stories surrounding the worlds of hunting, shooting and angling.
Marking “Mama Grizzly’s” return to unscripted series television, Amazing America with Sarah Palin is part of the network’s “Red, Wild & Blue America” programming strategy that Sportsman Channel CEO Gavin Harvey says is “part of the American spirit and American dream. Our country is the world’s largest outdoor playground.”
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In a sit-down, conversational interview on stage with President Jerry Falwell, Jr. and Vice President for Communications Johnnie Moore, Palin talked about her motivation to keep standing for “time-tested truths” — the same truths Liberty upholds — when she is attacked by the mainstream media for her conservative views.
“This is what inspires me — you,” she told the arena of more than 10,000 students. “ … What inspires me and allows me to keep going and standing strong is being in a place like this.”
A great question and answer session at Liberty University. Governor Palin talks about being a force for good in the world, and having a strong grounding in the Christian faith. This is definitely worth your time and reflection on a COLD winter day:
Read more about the event here.
When Rush Limbaugh caused a stir with his comments about feminist activist Sandra Fluke, the media were whipped into a frenzy, with the Big Three broadcast networks devoting 32 stories to the row in two weeks' time. Yet there were a grand total of zero stories devoted to former MSNBC host Martin Bashir expressing on his November 15 program that he would like to see someone defecate into the former Alaska governor's mouth.
"It was 100-fold more serious than anything Rush Limbaugh has ever said about anyone in 30 years on his show. Yet [there were] 32 stories, which is a tsunami, on Rush Limbaugh, nothing, crickets about Martin Bashir," Media Research Center founder and president Brent Bozell told Fox News host Megyn Kelly on the December 6 edition of The Kelly File. Bozell added that Bashir was symptomatic of "a real misogyny" at MSNBC against conservative women:
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