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Monday, February 29, 2016

Bristol spreads rumors that Levi is posing for Playboy

From FOX News

Levi Johnston is stripping down again for Playgirl. The 25-year-old Alaskan is in talks with the magazine to do another photo shoot to help with his legal bills reports Rob Shuter of But this time they are insisting that Johnston do full-frontal.

(Johnston racked up legal bills securing  joint custody of his 7-year-old son Tripp with ex-fiance Bristol Palin).

“Levi has an opportunity now that he was won the custody case with his son to show how hot daddies can be”, a Playgirl rep told Naughty Gossip, “we’re currently in New Orleans doing a Daddy model search.”

Johnston first received national media attention in August 2008 when Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin announced that her 16-year-old daughter Bristol was pregnant and Johnston was the father and that they were engaged.

The couple’s son, Tripp, was born in December 2008, but they called off their engagement in March 2009. They briefly reunited the following year before splitting for good.

Johnston has two daughters with Sunny Ogelsby who he married in 2012.

Really Bristol shouldn't you listen to your attorney's advice and stop spreading rumors about Levi?  I don't have 100% proof Bristol is the one who contacted "Naughty Gossip" but I can totally see her (or Sarah for that matter) doing that.

Sunny took to Facebook to denounce the rumor:

Shouldn't Fox News have to have confirmation about something so personal in someone's life? Or are they a tabloid now and just write about anything? Levi has not spoke to Playgirl about doing another issue but the part that he spent 7 years and $100,000 in legal fees fighting for his son is very true. I guess he needs to speak up again to clear up some rumors!

Monday Meme

Sunday, February 28, 2016

In regards to MALOE

For over a month a poster called My Aunt Lives on Ensure or better known as MALOE was frequenting The Immoral Minority and commenting.  She claimed to be Sarah Palin's niece.

However Gryphen at IM banned her when he determined that MALOE was not that she claimed to be.

I admit at first MALOE was the real deal, then she started contradicting herself which made me suspicious.  Plus she had inconsistent syntax which made me think she was a paid troll.

She did get one thing correct, that SARAHPAC was down to it's last few dollars, which makes me wonder if she was a paid insider troll.

Anyway it was amusing to read her comments, now it's over so let's move on.

Yes Donald beating the shit out of something is always the answer


Donald Trump unleashed tough rhetoric against his rivals as well as a protester at a Monday night rally, the eve before the Nevada caucuses.

"I'd like to punch him in the face," Trump said, remarking that a man disrupting his rally was escorted out with a smile on his face. "He's smiling, having a good time."

Trump claimed the protester was "nasty as hell" and accused the man of trying to punch the security officers forcing him out of the rally, though the man did not appear to be fighting off those officers.

"In the old days," Trump added, protesters would be "carried out on stretchers."

"We're not allowed to push back anymore," Trump said.

I think a guy named Hitler thought the same way.

And The Donald doesn't stop there:

The GOP front-runner also ratcheted up his attacks on Sen. Ted Cruz, calling his Republican presidential rival "sick."

And he calls Ted Cruz a baby, that one I agree with

Donald Trump has once again set his sights on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, comparing him to a "soft weak little baby," he said ahead of the Nevada caucuses.

"Now I’ve met much tougher people than Ted Cruz, he’s like a baby compared to some of the people I have to do...he’s like a little baby, soft weak little baby by comparison," the real estate mogul said. "But for lying, he’s the best I’ve ever seen.”

Trump -- who has attacked Cruz's characterizations of his positions on abortion and gun control among others and threatened to sue him -- continued hitting Cruz, saying he expects to win Texas now that Cruz has "exposed himself...he's gonna go way down in Texas."

Cruz responded to Trump's newest remarks by saying that they show how "rattled" he is. When asked by ABC News if he still respects Trump, Cruz said he wouldn’t gamble his daughters' futures on Trump and he “doesn’t know what the heck he would do” if he were president.

"Every day he tosses out a new insult, but the more rattled he gets the more he loses control and the more he engages in just personal attacks," he said. "I have no intention of responding in kind."

Ted and Donald just deserve each other, don't you think?

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Sarah Palin MIA

Since Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump back in late January, she has been pretty much MIA.  She hasn't been on the campaign trail with him, she hasn't done any stump speeches, all she has done is post cheerleading shit on Fecebook like this:

Trump Smashes Records, Again; Democrat Turnout Declines, Again; Media Ignores the Reason, Again

Hat trick! Three in a row with a "yuuuge" Trump victory in Nevada last night. The ‪#‎TrumpTrain‬ rolls on, full steam ahead to Super Tuesday.

To all GOP beltway bellyachers crying (literally) this marks the "end of the GOP" or the people's vote for Trump is "bad for democracy," how about you try something new this morning: use your noggin and examine the facts.

The fact is, Trump's independence, commonsense conservatism, experience, success, and refreshing candidness attracts voters. But most significantly, his message INSPIRES AMERICANS! We CAN win again! Trump's building a new, broad coalition - bringing the GOP new, hardworking patriots who love America as much as he does. This is how he wins this fall.

- In the four states already voting (Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Nevada) each saw a record GOP turnout, smashing previous records.

- Nevada was so big, it's record-setting number equaled that of 2008 and 2012 turnouts COMBINED! Meanwhile, turnout for the democrat caucus declined by 33% - yikes!…/270555-gop-race-drives-record-turnout-…

- GOP turnout in South Carolina DOUBLED that of 2008, and grew another 130,000 new voters in 2016. Any bets on what happens Saturday when it's the democrats' turn?…/…/2583786

- Records broke in New Hampshire; again the GOP trajectory UP, democrats DOWN. Liberals lost thousands in their hot contest.…/new-hampshire-turnout-breaks-records-b…
- Iowa GOP caucus ranks grew by 60,000. On the other side? A strange, tight race was decided by only 0.3%...? Dems lost voters.…/caucus-turnout…/79626128/

Wake up, Old Establishment. You're the last to open your eyes to what is happening in this country. Donald Trump has awakened the electorate and exposed the self-serving political machine in a way no other could. The rest of us welcome new voters into what you've claimed to want - the "big tent" - even as you practice your disparaging elitism, trying to discourage us all. Your true colors show. As I said in Iowa, you don't care WHO wins elections as long as you keep your perks, crony capital favors, and inner-circle money-centric power. This is merely a BUSINESS for you. You're in it for a season, not a reason. So obvious is your agenda, trying to destroy anyone who'd go rogue and not get sucked into your schemes, that when we find the candidate in the perfect position to bust up your cabal, you've gone into overdrive. Meanwhile we'll keep on winning, and encouraging all these new voters to bring family and friends along!

What is happening that the Permanent Political Class can't see? For our solvency and sovereignty, lovers of America knew the status quo had to go. We knew we needed a revolution. We found a revolutionary.

- Sarah Palin

Actually Sarah you cunt there are still more registered Dems and liberals in this country than conservatives.  With only two Democratic candidates there really isn't any point for them to vote.    The only way the Repukes will win is if Dems stay home or if the Repukes cheat like in 2000 and 2004.

Now she is back to grifting for money again.

From the Immoral Minority:

Dear (Name removed to protect the innocent.), 

We have some exciting news! We were organizing the office today and found some extra copies of Sarah’s book “Sweet Freedom: A Devotional “ and she has agreed to sign one!

We will raffle off and send a signed copy of Sarah Palin’s book for just a $25 donation. (Currently Amazon has this marked down to $12.83. I think it's less if it has Sarah Palin's signature on it.) Your donation will go straight towards funding bold conservatives running for office in tough elections. (Ha!) President Obama and Hillary Clinton have handpicked many of this year’s democrats running for office, and it is our job to stop them. 

Make a donation of $25 and you will be entered into the raffle! 

Or… Make a donation of $50 and be entered in the donation twice! Every $25 contribution will be counted as one entry. So if you donated $100 you will be entered four times. (Does this actually work on people?) 

Please hurry! We will close the raffle in five days. 

Thank you so much for your help, (Name removed to protect the innocent). I hope you’ll enter the raffle for a copy of Sarah’s signed book and help us defeat Obama and Hillary’s hand-picked liberals running for office this year. 

Thank you. 

You can get Sweet Freedom on Ebay for a third of the price including shipping.


The Democratic primary for South Carolina is today

I predict Hillary Clinton will beat Bernie.

Friday, February 26, 2016

Track Palin's hearing last Friday

Just like his stepfather Todd Track thinks he doesn't have to show up for a hearing or even call in.  Now that is a pussy.

They rescheduled the hearing for March 14, if Track had a brain he will participate this time.

Then there will be a trial hearing is on March 24 where Track can cop a plea.

George Zimmerman got away with murder on Feb 26, 2012


Thursday, February 25, 2016

Sounds like the Levi-Bristol saga is now settled

A not so recent pic of Levi, Tripp, and Sunny

From Levi's Facebook page

I have been getting a lot of inquiries about recent articles and headlines in the news. I have been asked what I think and while I would rather not have my words twisted in an interview I have decided to post a little statement on here.

I'm so happy to have my son in my life, and to put all of this back in forth in the courts behind me.
It might have taken me 7 years and cost me around $100,000 in lawyer fees, spread out among 3 different lawyers, as well as a lot of patience, but it was all worth it.

I'm happy now to be successfully co-parenting.

Although I do owe some back child support, altogether I have paid $50,000 in child support for Tripp, which is $600 a month, since Tripp's birth so at the end of the day I know I have worked hard to meet my obligations as a father.

Despite what some have heard I've always been there for him, and I go to almost every school event that I can and spend all of my free time with my kids.

Right now life is really looking up for our family.

And I want to say that even though fathers in this country don't usually have the upper hand in court, I encourage every father to never give up on fighting to keep their kids in their life.

It's always worth it.

Levi, Sunny, Tripp, Breeze, and Indy I'm so glad things are looking much better for you.

Hopefully when Tripp is old enough he can decide he wants to live with his dad instead.  A child needs two parents in his life but sometimes they are better off with only one if their mother is Bristol Palin.

Sunny has been more of a mother to him than Bristol ever will.  It's pretty bad when the mother hates the father much more than she loves her children.

Speaking of Bristol she still refuses to get a job and is still endorsing crap products:

bsmp2Look what I got in the mail today!! My first @FabFitFun box! I'm already obsessed! Who else subscribes? It has the cutest necklace, earphones and amazing conditioning hair spray (all full-size products and it's valued at over $200!) Use my code "BRISTOL" to get $10 off your first box at #FabFitFun

Without a job she is really desperate for money, especially when the judge denied her request:

Palin, 25, recently filed a motion asking a judge to get Johnston, 25, to pay up roughly $66,000 in back child support payments. But according to new court documents filed on February 11, a judge denied her motion.

The court documents state that the judge denied her “motion for collection of past due child support, insofar as that motion relies on the interim support order,” explaining “because the order was an interim order, it no longer was in effect once the case was dismissed.”

The main issue is that their custody case was dismissed in September 2012 for lack of prosecution. At that time, the judge wrote in the new documents, the couple’s initial child support agreement became invalid, so Palin can’t claim Johnston hasn’t met those obligations.

After the dismissal, Palin didn’t file a motion for an interim support order again until August 2014. And the couple finally settled the case in December 2015.

With so many different time periods at issue, the judge has ordered both Johnston and Palin to submit proposed child support totals for those years by February 26. In particular, the documents state, the judge wants to look at the periods from October 1, 2012, through July 31, 2014; August 1, 2015, through December 31, 2015; and from January 1, 2016 onward.

Sucks to be Bristol.

Common sense in Minnesota


ST. CLOUD, Minn. (KMSP) - The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says personalized license plates that say FMUSLMS should never have been issued and that DPS agents will be revoking the plates immediately. Fox 9 confirmed the plates were ordered by a man from Foley, Minn., who purchased his truck from a Big Lake, Minn. resident.

“This personalized license plate should never have been issued; it is offensive and distasteful,” DPS said in a statement.  “We are in the process of revoking and taking possession of the plates today. The Department of Public Safety apologizes for this error.  The Driver and Vehicle Services Division is reviewing its process for approving personalized license plates today and will immediately provide additional review and oversight of applications.”

A Snapchat photo of the license plate was shared over the weekend on the Facebook page of Somali community activist Haji Yusuf. He told Fox 9 the photo was taken by a St. Cloud high school student. Yusuf is a member of the advocacy group Unite Cloud, working with the entire St. Cloud community to stop discrimination, especially against Muslims.

The Department of Public Safety confirmed the license plates were issued in June 2015. The application was processed at a deputy registrar’s office in Foley, Minn. and reviewed by DVS. The personalized plates were produced by MINNCOR Industries.

“I am appalled that this license plate was issued by the State of Minnesota,” Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton said in a statement. “It is offensive, and the person who requested it should be ashamed. That prejudice has no place in Minnesota. I have instructed the Commissioner of Public Safety to retrieve this plate as soon as possible and re-review agency procedures to ensure it does not occur again

I wonder if those plates belonged to this resident of Minnesota Congressional District #6 where St. Cloud is located, even though she lives in Stillwater.  But then again she could have been passing through St. Cloud.

Thank you to Gov Dayton for having compassion.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

A recent picture of Trig

He still looks like Levi, but now I see a little of Sarah in him too.  I'm not saying Trig came from Levi and Sarah, but he is more likely Bristol's as Bristol does look like Sarah in some pictures.

MALOE has been debunked according to Gryphen's detective work, she claimed Trig was Dylan Klovig's.

Thank God Jeb Bush is out!

As you all know Jeb! dropped out of the presidential race after dismal showings in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

I know all the attention has been on Trump and Cruz, but Jeb was the one I was worried about the most.  He comes from the Bush family and said on numerous occasions he would do exactly what his brother Dumbya did.  And we all know how bad Dumbya was.

Hopefully whoever the GOP nominee is will not not pick Jeb! as their running mate.  I know Trump and Rubio won't but Ted might.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Sarah Palin tries to jump on Taylor Swift's bandwagon

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Congrats to Taylor Swift who made grammy history and has good advice for your young women:
“As the first woman to win Album of the Year at the Grammys twice, I want to say to all the young women out there: There are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame.” Congrats Taylor - thanks for being sweet to Piper a few years back!

Sarah posts a link about Piper meeting Taylor.

Yeah Taylor looks real thrilled to meet Piper.  Come to think of it I don't think Taylor liked Piper's mother either:

Good to see Pope Frank call the Donald out on his bullshit

From Five Thirty Eight

Donald Trump took a break from threatening to sue rival candidates on Thursday and appears to be trying to start a holy war with Pope Francis instead. Trump may not care about any resulting eternal judgment, but he might have reason to worry about worldly opinion: Pope Francis has a net +53 favorability rating among Americans,1 while Trump has a net -27 favorability rating.2

True, Pope Francis is somewhat less popular with Republicans than among Americans overall. But he’s still reasonably well-liked. In a CNN poll in September,3 56 percent of Republicans had a favorable view of Pope Francis as compared to 21 percent with an unfavorable one. Francis had +20 net favorability rating even among self-described tea-party supporters.

For once, this is a fight that Trump didn’t start. Reporters asked Pope Francis, during one of the informal press conferences held on the papal plane4 what he thought of Trump’s position on building a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border. The Pope said that he wasn’t familiar with Trump’s position, but added, “I say only that this man is not Christian if he has said things like that.”

The majority of conservative Catholics would probably agree with that assessment of Trump’s faith. According to a survey conducted in January by the Pew Research Center, just under half (49 percent) of Catholics who are Republicans or lean toward the GOP said that Trump was not very or not at all religious. That was the highest level of skepticism expressed by any of the denominations Pew surveyed. (White mainline Protestants were most likely to give Trump the benefit of the doubt; 35 percent judged him to be not very or not at all religious.)

However, a sizeable share of Catholics are open to seeing Trump in the White House, even if they don’t expect to see him in a pew. In Pew’s survey, 30 percent of all Catholics who are registered to vote said they felt that Trump would be a good or great president. That’s pretty much on par with registered voters in general (31 percent).5 In other words, Catholics are swing voters. In 2012, Catholics gave 50 percent of their votes to Barack Obama and 48 percent to Mitt Romney, according to the national exit poll.

Trump doesn’t need to worry as much about winning over Catholics in coming weeks. The next set of GOP primaries don’t occur in heavily Catholic states. Super Tuesday’s contests on March 1 will include Massachusetts, where Catholics made up 51 percent of Republican voters in 2008, but most of the upcoming states are in the South, where few Catholics reside.6

I don't think the Vatican will be inviting Donald anytime soon.  Now if Pope Frank can rally all the catholics into not supporting Trump the world would be a much better place.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

The Iron Dog starts today

From Iron

February 19, 2016 – Start of the Recreational Class (Big Lake)
February 20, 2016 – Start of the Pro Class (Anchorage)*
February 21, 2016 – Pro Class Restart (Big Lake)*
February 24, 2016 – Halfway Ceremonies in Nome
February 27, 2016 – Finish of the Pro Class in Fairbanks

Sarah Palin posted this several weeks ago, claiming Todd is in training:

It's that time of year again! Reminds me why we love our life way up North! It's hardcore IronDog training time & Todd's going 'round the clock with other racers gearing up for the brutal 2000-mile race across tremendously difficult Arctic terrain and conditions. When Todd lets me try to hang with him on training runs, oh dear Lord what a joke... I get on the trail and am convinced these IronDoggers are a different breed of cat. It's indescribably intimidating out there. I admire our manly-men racers (the women racers, too!) and their physicality, mechanical genius, and work ethic, so very much. The race across Alaska is Feb. 21-27. This is Todd's 23rd year running. Go Team #11! -

Who is the woman in the bottom photo?  Can't be Sarah.

Sarah posted this on Jan 26 on her Fecebook page.  If Todd was really training how could he have gone to Iowa with Sarah to stump for Donald?

The Nevada Democrats and South Carolina Republicans are caucusing today

Seriously, who wants to caucus on the weekend?  I'm confused.

It looks like Jeb may call it quits if he doesn't do well here.  Even his donors and supporters are begging him to.

I know he won't due to family pride and he shares the same stubbornness gene as his brother Dumbya.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Even REAGAN appointee Sandra Day O'Connor thinks President Obama should be allowed to pick Antonin Scalia's replacement

From Huffington Post

Sandra Day O'Connor, the retired Supreme Court justice appointed by President Ronald Reagan, said on Wednesday that President Barack Obama should get to name the replacement for the late Justice Antonin Scalia.

O'Connor, in an interview with a Fox affiliate in Phoenix, disagreed with Republican arguments that the next president, and not Obama, should get to fill the high court vacancy.

"I think we need somebody there to do the job now and let's get on with it," said O'Connor, the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court.

O'Connor, 85, agreed it's unusual for a Supreme Court vacancy to open in an election year, which "creates much talk around the thing that isn't necessary." 

But she said the president still has an important responsibility to fulfill.

"You just have to pick the best person you can under the circumstances, as the appointing authority must do," she said. "It's an important position and one that we care about as a nation and as a people. And I wish the president well as he makes choices and goes down that line. It's hard."

Reagan, fulfilling a campaign promise to nominate a woman to the high court, appointed O'Connor in 1981. For 25 years, she played a mostly centrist, pragmatist role on the bench -- often breaking from Republican ideology and siding with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on women's issues.

She stepped down in 2006 to care for her ailing husband and was replaced by Justice Samuel Alito. Many legal observers have noted that, had she not retired when she did, the court wouldn't have shifted rightward so dramatically in the last decade.

Wonder what Sarah Palin thinks of this?  A woman appointed by Ronald Reagan siding with President Obama.

Tracky boy is due in court today

Will Track plead guilty or fight the charges?  Your opinion please.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Bristol lies again!

From the Daily Mail

Bristol Palin has conceded that her ex-fiance Dakota Meyer is the father of Sailor Grace, Daily Mail Online has learned exclusively.

Meyer was forced to take a paternity test in what was gearing up to be an increasingly bitter custody battle over Bristol's new baby.

Court documents seen by Daily Mail Online reveal that Bristol admits that she was engaged to Meyer and that paternity was established via DNA testing at 99.9957 percent certainty.

Meyer's bid for joint custody in a suit filed in Kentucky and Alaska was stalled pending the results of the paternity test.

But Bristol contends that because Meyer lives in Kentucky and she lives in Alaska, shared physical custody may not be 'practicable' and agrees to a 'decree of shared legal custody except that, due to geographic distance, in the event of a dispute, Palin shall have final say.'

I don't know where the paternity test was taken, but if it was in Alaska I would have my doubts as the Palins can buy just about anyone off.

This document submitted to the Daily Mail is obviously a fake:

The test was taken on Feb 10, 2015?  I don't think so!

This news comes on the heels of a judge's order regarding Levi's dispute with Bristol over Tripp's child support:

Bristol Palin‘s baby daddy wars continue! As her new courtroom fight with Dakota Meyer heats up, has learned that she was just dealt a major blow in her ongoing custody battle with original baby daddy Levi Johnston.

Palin, 25, recently filed a motion asking a judge to get Johnston, 25, to pay up roughly $66,000 in back child support payments. But according to new court documents filed on February 11, a judge denied her motion.

The court documents state that the judge denied her “motion for collection of past due child support, insofar as that motion relies on the interim support order,” explaining “because the order was an interim order, it no longer was in effect once the case was dismissed.”

The main issue is that their custody case was dismissed in September 2012 for lack of prosecution. At that time, the judge wrote in the new documents, the couple’s initial child support agreement became invalid, so Palin can’t claim Johnston hasn’t met those obligations.

After the dismissal, Palin didn’t file a motion for an interim support order again until August 2014. And the couple finally settled the case in December 2015.

With so many different time periods at issue, the judge has ordered both Johnston and Palin to submit proposed child support totals for those years by February 26. In particular, the documents state, the judge wants to look at the periods from October 1, 2012, through July 31, 2014; August 1, 2015, through December 31, 2015; and from January 1, 2016 onward.

The judge will rule on Johnston’s final total owed based on those proposals.

Now that Bristol may not get that $66,000 from Levi, and she doesn't have a real job.  What is she gonna do?  Go after Dakota of course.

Best pictures of Track

I thought I would repost pictures of Track today in his finest moments

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Sarah Palin pretends to care about Trig

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Get Off Your Butt To Make a Buck

Good things come from the beautiful state of Maine. (I met the nicest lady visiting Trig's school yesterday for our "Lunch With a Loved One" reading event, all the way up here from Maine to visit grandkids, representing her state so graciously!) Good stuff from the Pine Tree State, including some tough love to restore work ethic:…/when-maine-required-childless-ad…/…
- Sarah Palin

Photo Caption - Good buddies so proud to receive Accelerated Reader classroom award!

Sarah tell your children to get off your asses and make a buck, then you can say that OK?   Oh and buy the way get off your ass and make a buck too, since you are no longer employed and SarahPac is about bankrupt.   Bitch.

Oh the last time you took and interest in Trig was when John McCain was deciding on a running mate.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Newsmax caters to the people of the lowest intelligence

From Newsmax

5. Bristol Palin— After coming to national attention as the daughter of one-time Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Bristol has made a name for herself as a thoughtful book author and blogger for There, she writes inspired posts about faith and family. 

So did Sarah not have enough money to bribe Newsmax to make Bristol number one?

Really how much influence can a thrice broken engagment, two (accounted for) babies out of wedlock by two different men failed reality star have?

Since Newsmax has such low standards I am going to help them with this list.  Least likeable Republicans under the age of 30:

1. Bristol

2. Josh Duggar

3. Dylann Roof

4. Ethan Couch (his dad is a Republican so I'm sure Ethan is too)

5 Dakota Meyer

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Did Track and Jordan get back together?

Wouldn't be surprised if they did.  Jordan seems the type to do so.

Speaking of Track, he has a courtdate coming up: has learned that Track Palin will soon have to face the court to answer for his recent arrest for assault and possession of a weapon while intoxicated.

The army vet, who pled not guilty to the charges, must attend a pre-trial conference on Feb. 19 at the Palmer Courthouse.

If Palin does not settle his case at the pre-trial conference, the courts have set a trial call for March 24.

As Radar reported, Palin was arrested for assault and possession of a weapon after he allegedly attacked his girlfriend in Wasilla, Alaska, on Jan. 18.

According to officials, Palin, 26, was drunk when he went after his girlfriend. “A male had punched her in the face and that a firearm was involved,” read the police report.

Palin was arraigned the following day.

After the incident, Palin’s mom, former Vice Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin, tried to write off her son’s actions as having “to do with PTSD.”

But an insider told Radar there’s a simpler explanation for his actions. “Track is a hothead,” the insider told Radar shortly after the attack. “He has these outbreaks.”

If Jordan does get back with Track, she has low self esteem.

And rumor has it Track and Bristol have a spring break trip planned to Hawaii.   Are they going to take Tripp, Sailor, and Kyla too?  

Ted Cruz pals around with porn stars and may get sued

From NBC News

Ted Cruz's campaign has yanked an attack ad against rival Republican contender Marco Rubio after it was revealed that it featured a former softcore porn actress.

Cruz's campaign said in a statement to NBC News on Thursday that it was swapping the commercial with a new one after learning about actress Amy Lindsay's background:

"The actress responded to an open casting call. She passed her audition and got the job. Unfortunately, she was not vetted by the casting company. Had the campaign known of her full filmography, we obviously would not have let her appear in the ad. The campaign is taking the ad down and will replace it with a different commercial."

Lindsay has said she's a supporter of Cruz's conservative Christian values. Cruz, meanwhile, is trying to stake his campaign in the upcoming South Carolina primary by winning the evangelical vote.

Actually in fundie Christian circles, pornography is a family virtue, ask Josh Duggar.  So in that case what's the problem Raphael?

Also The Donald is threatening to sue over Cruz's citizenship.  You know damn well The Donald won't, he has only kept one promise so far and that was to boycott the last GOP debate before the Iowa caucus.  He is full of farts and shit.

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Since when can Sarah Palin officiate at weddings?

From Kristin Sapp Cole's Fecebook page

On January 23 Sarah officiated a wedding for her friend Kristan Cole and Denny Grimes.  Is Sarah certified to be a celebrant?  Or was it just symbolic?

Here are some pics of the wedding day:

Sarah wore that same outfit in Iowa.  Guess the Pac funds are dried up now.

Notice the distance she and Todd are from each other.  Todd has his arm around some guy, Sarah is snuggled up to the groom.  Guess they really don't like each other.

I think this is Kristin's 4th marriage?  Kristan was also in charge of the Alaska Fund Trust, a position she had no business being in but Sarah appointed her while governor anyway.  Here is some more info on Kristan:

Aliases: Kristan Tanner, Kristan Moseley, KC Moseley

Known For: Phony Fundraising, Covering Tracks

Last Seen: Suffering from enormous stress

The go to girl for anything Sarah doesn't want to dirty her hands with. Learned all the ins and outs of fraud, forgery, embezzlement and money laundering of Trust Fund money from her mother Cheryl King/Moseley. Known for her uncanny ability to orate falsehoods, insatiable greed and lack of being able to keep promises or put together quarterly reports. She's sole trustee of the Alaska Fund Trust, the personal slush fund for the Palin family, which was found by the investigator hired by the personnel board to be unethical and/or illegal, yet still continues to solicit donations. Appointed to head the Board of Agriculture and Conservation by Palin, a farm regulatory position that by state law must go to someone with strong agricultural and business experience. She continues to run this position with an iron fist, removing anyone who would question her authority, even though her appointment expired in '09. Appointed herself Chair of the Matanuska Creamery, a private dairy that sprung up after the hostile takeover of Mat Maid by the Corrupt Bitches Club, that continues to drain state and federal money at an alarming rate. I guess as a real estate agent, perhaps she sold a farm sometime giving her the qualifications for these positions and it shows.

If Found: Proceed with caution, she can be very dangerous when cornered. Ask her where those quarterly reports are for the Alaska Fund Trust. Contact the BAC and tell them they don't have to put up with her nonsense anymore, her term is expired.

Danica Dillon drops her lawsuit against Josh Duggar

From The Inquisitir

Now that Danica Dillon has dropped her $500,000 lawsuit against Josh Duggar, and admitted in court documents that some of her claims were false, the porn star has been blasted on social media for not only lying, but for possibly accepting a payoff to drop the case. According to website Christian Today, after posting images on social media of fancy cars, some fans are wondering whether Dillon possibly was paid off by Josh Duggar himself, the Duggar family, or by TLC.

As TLC gears up for the next iteration of 19 Kids And Counting, protecting the reputations of their largest asset, the Duggar family, naturally, is paramount. The network has been seen in the Springdale, Arkansas, area the past few weeks following Jana Duggar, who is rumored to be at the center of the new series. There’s also a possibility that Josh Duggar will appear in the series since witnesses claim his wife, Anna Duggar, was being followed by cameras, as well.

Although Josh Duggar provided alibis for one of the dates Danica Dillon claims they had intercourse, it’s not clear if he provided evidence for the other date in question. Either way, Danica requested to drop her lawsuit after failing to provide evidence that Josh Duggar assaulted her.

However, after begging to drop her lawsuit last week, Josh refused to let her until the stripper agreed to never bring the lawsuit back up again. Dillon originally balked at the request. However, in order to drop the lawsuit, she finally complied. According to the Huffington Post, the adult film star also acknowledged that some of her claims were false after attorneys for Josh Duggar threatened to file documents proving as much.

In court documents obtained by Radar Online, Dillon agreed to drop her lawsuit in a settlement agreement, in “which the parties agree would conclusively prove that [Dillon’s] claims are fabricated.”

Defending her claims she was roughed up by Josh Duggar over Twitter, Dillon posted “[j]ust because something was dropped doesn’t mean it was a lie.”

I will play devil's advocate here.  If Danica did lie then she has done millions of rape victims a huge disservice.  Fuck her and the horse she road in on.

However there may have been a pay off to shut her up.  Either way she has done rape victims a huge disservice.

Friday, February 12, 2016

What's going on with the paternity case?

From International Business Times

Bristol Palin's ex-fiancé, Dakota Meyer, reportedly already has reached out to a family law judge in hopes of stopping any problems that may arise over child support payments. The 25-year-old daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin bore their daughter, Sailor Grace, in December. 

ven though Bristol has yet to seek child support from Meyer, the former Marine filed legal documents saying he makes $100,000 a year doing construction work and receives another $37,000 in disability from the Marine Corps. According to TMZ, under Alaskan law Meyer would have to pay Bristol a little over $1,700 in child support.

The outlet says Meyer, 27, took it upon himself to reach out to the judge because of Bristol's legal battle with her ex Levi Johnston, who's the father of her 7-year-old son Tripp Palin. According to a 2013 TMZ report, Bristol claimed Johnston made way more than he actually did. Her lawyer also hinted that Johnston only wanted joint custody of Tripp so he could lower his monthly payments because he owed about $66,000 in back child support.

Johnston eventually filed legal documents telling a judge he was willing to pay Bristol child support but wanted the court to be fair because he still had a "wife and daughter to support."

Earlier in the week, Meyer also asked a judge for joint legal and physical custody of Sailor Grace and asked that Bristol pay him child support.

Sarah Palin fired back at her daughter's ex, telling Entertainment Tonight that he was trying to "save face." She also said the family repeatedly reached out to Meyer but he "wanted nothing to do with either Bristol's pregnancy or the baby."

As previously reported, Bristol announced her second pregnancy in June, one month after ending her engagement to Meyer. The pair split a week ahead of their wedding.

I see Bristol doesn't have a lawyer listed in Courtview.  Does this mean she is trying to settle with Dakota out of court?

The case number for anyone interested is 3AN-16-04017CI.

Very disappointed TLC is bringing the Duggars back

From Christian Post

Fans of the TLC series "19 Kids and Counting" will be happy to know that the series will be back for another run.

The stars of the series recently suffered through some scandals when it was revealed that Joshua Duggar took part in, a website that serves as an online dating site for married men. With the family known as devout Christians, the news of Joshua's infidelity led to the show's cancellation.

According to Variety, the executive vice president of TLC, Nancy Daniels, recently shared some details about how the series coped with the scandals. She stated, "Every decision we've made has been done very thoughtfully and very carefully about what is in the best interests of the people involved and the network. Our first priority is making sure that there's a health and well-being of our families first and foremost. We feature stories of different families with real people and real things happen."

Fans are still interested in learning more about the rest of the family and how the scandal had affected them. With that, TLC released several episodes of "Jill & Jessa: Counting On," which showed the sisters coping with the scandal's aftermath.

After seeing the success of the short series, it was announced that TLC will be bringing back "19 Kids and Counting" to the small screen. Reports show that a camera crew was recently seen with the Duggar family. They were seen in several locations such as a lumberyard and a thrift store.

In addition, it was revealed that the upcoming focus of the new season will be on Jana Duggar. The premiere of the upcoming season will show her opening up about her sentiments on being single. Her younger sisters are already married and have families of their own, which causes her to compare herself to them.

Yeah the girls coped real well, they went on a grifting tour, whined, and cried.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Another year has passed and Sarah Palin is still a failure and a quitter

Sarah Palin's 52nd birthday can't be too much fun today.  Look at what she accomplished since turning 51:

drunk speech at CPAC or wherever.

Dakota and Bristol's engagement called off

Bristol gets knocked up

Track is arrested for beating up Jordan

Sarah alienates her bases by picking Trump

Gets fired from FOX News

Sarah makes an ass out of herself on The Today Show and MSNBC.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Bristol Palin still whoring herself out

From Bristol's instagram page

bsmp2Exercising and #310shake to lose the last few pregnancy lbs! 💋@310nutrition #sp #fitnessgoals

And from Daily Mail

Bristol Palin may have only given birth less than two months ago, but she is on a mission to shed her 'last few pregnancy pounds' amid the bitter custody battles she is embroiled in with her ex fiances Levi Johnston and Dakota Meyer.

In the image, Bristol can be seen wearing a purple jacket over a black top as she grabs her shake bottle off the counter while balancing her infant daughter in her other arm.

The mother-of-two, who seems determined to stick with her diet, has her meal replacement shake mix lined up on the counter, ready for her to grab. 

It has been a stressful couple of months for Bristol who is involved in not one, but two custody battles over her children Tripp and Sailor. 

After Bristol and her ex-fiance Dakota separately announced Sailor's birth on December 24, one day after she was welcomed into the world, the alleged father filed paperwork asking a judge for joint custody of the little girl. However, Bristol has never confirmed that he is the father of her baby girl. 

The Medal of Honor recipient is now being forced to take a paternity test as part of the former couple's increasingly bitter custody battle over her new baby.

Bristol the best social welfare program is a JOB!  So get one.

Why Marco Rubio would make an even shittier president than Dumbya

From The Week

With his unexpectedly strong third-place showing in the Iowa caucuses, Marco Rubio demonstrated that he's the Republican establishment's best shot to scuttle the Donald Trump and Ted Cruz insurgencies. And now, in the aftermath of Iowa, thoughtful critics of that establishment, from the liberal Jonathan Chait to my paleoconservative colleague at The Week Michael Brendan Dougherty, have begun to describe Rubio as the second coming of George W. Bush.

The comparison makes sense in a purely formal way. Like W in 2000, Rubio promises to unite the party's grumpy, warring factions (which have grown much grumpier and more belligerent over the past 16 years), making Rubio a strong consensus choice within the party. It's also true that this formal unity would be built out of the same old planks that have formed the party's platform since Reagan's first election: deficit-fueled tax cuts for upper-income earners, strident military interventionism abroad, and lots of speeches (but few policies) in support of traditional faith and families.

But this obscures the fact that substantively, Rubio is far, far more right-wing than George W. Bush ever was. That Rubio has a chance of serving as a consensus candidate positioned somewhere near the ideological center of his party is a tribute to just how far right the GOP has lurched since Bush left office seven years ago.

Here are five areas where Rubio clearly and sharply outflanks W on the right.

1. Bush signed Medicare, Part D into law, vastly expanding drug benefits for millions of Americans. Rubio, by contrast, has promised with great fanfare that he will eagerly work with Congress to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which would strip millions of Americans of health insurance. It's also true that, like all the Republican presidential candidates, Rubio talks vaguely about replacing the ACA with a wonderful, unspecified market-based alternative. But no informed commentator on either side of the issue expects any Republican proposal to strive for coverage of as many people as the ACA currently does — let alone as many people as it would have covered if a series of Republican governors hadn't refused to participate in the law's expansion of Medicaid.

2. Bush cut taxes drastically. Rubio, meanwhile, would cut them…even more drastically. How much more? His proposed tax cut amounts to more than three times the size of the Bush tax cuts, with nearly half of it going to the top 5 percent of income-earners. These cuts would produce a revenue shortfall of $6 trillion after 10 years. That's an amount that even staunch conservatives have described as "huge" and "irresponsible."

3. Pro-lifers loved Bush, and for good reason. He appointed a string of conservative judges to the bench, and he spoke frequently about how every child, born and unborn, should be "protected in law and welcomed in life." Yet on abortion, too, Rubio manages to place himself several steps to Bush's right, refusing to permit exceptions for terminating pregnancies in cases of rape or incest.

4. For all of Bush's manifest foreign policy failings, he consistently upheld the distinction between the religion of Islam and terrorists who murder in its name. Compare that to Rubio, who has picked up the bad habit common to post-Bush Republicans of speaking much less precisely and responsibly about the supposedly severe danger that Muslims pose to the United States. Rubio has even suggested that the federal government should shut down any place that Muslims gather to be "inspired," including mosques — a move that would place Rubio on a collision course with several clauses of the First Amendment.

5. Rubio resembled Bush most closely in the months following the 2012 presidential election, when the junior senator from Florida took on a leadership role in the Senate's efforts to revive a failed initiative of W's second term — a reform of the nation's immigration laws, including a push to devise a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. The reform effort failed, and his role in it is now widely presumed to be Rubio's greatest electoral liability. (Sort of like how the rightward listing GOP treated Mitt Romney’s signature achievement as governor of Massachusetts as a potentially fatal electoral defect during his 2012 presidential campaign.) The result? On immigration, too, Rubio now finds himself far to Bush's right, railing about the need to close and seal the nation's southern border before even beginning to talk about any other kind of reform.

The lesson? Don't oppose Rubio because his presidency would amount to a third term for George W. Bush. Do it because a Rubio presidency would be a whole lot worse.

Yes I believe it.  The only redeeming quality of Marco Rubio is he is reasonably good looking.

Remember Skanky endorsed Rubio as well.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Willow Palin gets a lot of time off from her job just like sister Bristol

Willow accompanied Sarah on her book tour:

Willow also went to Hawaii last fall for a wedding.

Now Willow accompanied Sarah to Iowa:

Willow was also a total bitch to a reporter:

"We're not doing any interviews," said her daughter Willow Palin.

When the reporter kept asking questions, the younger Palin called her "rude."

"If you are rude to my daughter, I'm not talking to you," the former governor said.

Must be nice to take off whenever you damn well please.  Does Willow work for Dr Jack Mehoff too?

Monday, February 8, 2016

New Hampshire is holding their primary today

Huckabee, Paul, and Santorum are out now, as is Martin O'Malley.

I think Trump and Sanders will win this one.

I love the fighting between Trump and Cruz.  Remember guys when you point a finger at someone three fingers are pointing back at you!

Monday Meme

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Sarah Palin tries to compare Cruz to Obama

Dirty Politics: Witnessing Firsthand It's Always Heartbreaking, Never Surprising

Thank heavens Donald Trump opened so many eyes to the lies, corruption and total lack of accountability that come so naturally to the permanent political class. And Sen. Ted Cruz was spot on when he once noted that "millions of Americans are asking for accountability and truth." Which is why it's so curious - and saddens us - this lack of accountability with the lies of Cruz's own campaign.
Cruz's campaign chairman, U.S. Representative Steve King, is lying, and good for Dr. Ben Carson for calling this out. King, who's previously asked for and received my endorsement, time and resources to support his own election, is still lying about my altruistic support of Mr. Trump, and he's refused to provide any evidence to the contrary. And, this U.S. Congressman actually lied to his own constituents on behalf of Cruz, regarding a good man, Dr. Carson. He told voters Carson was dropping out of the Presidential race immediately before the Iowa caucus, causing a relative uproar inside the process, so the word would spread and he could rack up more votes for his candidate, Cruz.

That's a dirty trick. Dr. Carson deserved better. The voters deserved better!

Where is the accountability for these political actions? Very sad; typical Washington tactics. THIS is why "the status quo has got to go."

Our friend Dr. Carson put it so well:

"As Christians, of course we accept people’s apologies, we also have to ask ourselves is this acceptable to us, the American people, or should there be some accountability? There should be some consequences for things. You don’t just say ‘oh, okay, sorry… okay let’s move on.’ The damage was done to me, it wasn’t done to them.”

We've had eight years of a reckless President, accountable to no one, pushing this country to the brink. Why would we ever take a risk repeating that? We are never going to turn this country around if we keep electing "more of the same." Just like conservatives have been preaching in opposition to

Obama's political tactics for years: actions speak louder than words.

The Cruz Campaign's actions to destroy a good man's efforts to serve are no different than Obama's practice of not holding anyone accountable. Typical politics. Typical politicians.

Here's background:

Ben Carson: Cruz's Apology Needs Accountability:…/ben-carson-cruzs-apology-needs…

Steve King Refuses to Answer CNN's Jake Tapper If He Has Any Evidence Trump Bought Palin’s Support:…/…/02/02/lead-king-on-trump-and-cruz.cnn

Sarah is also the last person to call out Ted for lying.  She lied about Obama palling around with terrorists, she lied about Obamacare, she lied about Levi being a deadbeat dad.

My favorite day of the year...Super Bowl Sunday!

Ahh the Super Bowl is today!  My prediction, Panthers over the Broncos.  Sorry Peyton.  This could be Manning's last game ever and I hope he goes out on top, but I think the Panthers are too much to overcome for a nearly 40 year old quarterback.

In other news Cleveland QB Johnny Manziel is self destructing.  He is the 2nd person from Texas to suffer from affluenza.  You know it's bad when Ryan Leaf, Todd Marinovich, and Charlie Sheen all think you need help.

I will be at my favorite watering hole today watching the game, I could care less about the commercials.

Your predictions?

Saturday, February 6, 2016

People Magazine retracts that Sailor was born in November

People wrote this yesterday:

Bristol Palin's son Tripp had lunch with some special visitors on Thursday.

The 7-year-old was joined by his mother and new little sister Sailor Grace.

"Lunch with a loved one at school to day," Palin, 25, captioned a photo of the moment on Instagram.

In the photo, Tripp sits at a lunch table, smiling as he snuggles baby Sailor, who is dressed in cheetah print pants, a knitted cap and moccasins.

Then People retracted it:

Bristol Palin's youngest is staying busy! 

Days after she shared an adorable lunch with her older brother, Trip, Palin's baby daughter, Sailor, went with her mom to work. 

"Its bring your baby to work day today," Palin, 25, captioned the Friday Instagram post. 

The single mother of two recently returned to work after just one month of maternity leave, following Sailor's December birth. 

Did People get the results of the paternity test?  BTW that looks like a three month old baby, not one born six weeks ago.

Saint Ronnie's 105th birthday today, watch the rightwingers orgasm today

The right wingers are pledging their undying devotion to Ronald Reagan as it is his birthday today, time to set them straight

If you ever happen to come across a Republican on television these days, chances are that you will hear the name Ronald Reagan. Recent Republican debates are the perfect example of the love fest that the current Republican party has for Reagan as each candidate name drops the former president at every turn. If you only listened to conservatives you would think that Jesus Christ was the only person above Reagan on the totem pole of conservative love. They talk about his love of low taxes, less government and conservative family values.

The problem is that when you step out of the conservative dream and come back to reality, you find that not only was Ronald Reagan a bad president, but he was one of the worst presidents we've seen in modern times. Reagan's policies have destroyed the United States for three decades, and here are 10 reasons why Ronald Reagan was the worst president of our lifetime.

1. Reagan cut taxes for the Rich, increased taxes on the Middle Class -

Ronald Reagan is loved by conservatives and was loved by big business throughout his presidency and there's a reason for it. When Reagan came into office in January of 1981, the top tax rate was 70%, but when he left office in 1989 the top tax rate was down to only 28%. As Reagan gave the breaks to all his rich friends, there was a lack of revenue coming into the federal government. In order to bring money back into the government, Reagan was forced to raise taxes eleven times throughout his time in office. One example was when he signed into law the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982. Reagan raised taxes seven of the eight years he was in office and the tax increases were felt hardest by the lower and middle class.

2. Tripling the National Debt -

As Reagan cut taxes for the wealthy, the government was left with less money to spend. When Reagan came into office the national debt was $900 billion, by the time he left the national debt had tripled to $2.8 trillion.

3. Iran/Contra - (I break this down in more detail in the article linked here)

In 1986, a group of Americans were being held hostage by a terrorist group with ties to Iran. In an attempt to free the hostages, Ronald Reagan secretly sold arms and money to Iran. Much of the money that was received from the trade went to fund the Nicaragua Contra rebels who were in a war with the Sandinista government of Nicaragua. When the scandal broke in the Untied States it became the biggest story in the country, Reagan tried to down play what happened, but never fully recovered.

4. Reagan funded Terrorists -

The attacks on 9/11 by al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden brought new attention to international terrorism. All of a sudden, Americans coast to coast wore their American flag pins, ate their freedom fries and couldn't wait to go to war with anyone who looked like a Muslim. What Americans didn't realize was that the same group that attacked the United States on 9/11 was funded by Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. Prepping for a possible war with the Soviet Union, Ronald Reagan spent billions of dollars funding the Islamist mujahidin Freedom Fighters in Afghanistan. With billions of American dollars, weapons and training coming their way, the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden took everything they were given and gave it back to the United States over a decade later in the worst possible way imaginable.

5. Unemployment issues -

When Ronald Reagan came into office 1981, unemployment was at 7.5%. After Reagan cut taxes for the wealthy, he began raising taxes on the middle and lower class. Corporations started to ship more jobs out of the United States while hiring cheap foreign labor in order to make a bigger profit. While corporations made billions, Americans across the country lost their jobs. As 1982 came to a close, unemployment was nearly 11%. Unemployment began to drop as the years went on, but the jobs that were created were low paying and barely helped people make ends meet. The middle and lower class had their wages nearly frozen as the top earners saw dramatic increases in salary.

6. Ignoring AIDS -

By the time the 1980s came around, AIDS had become one of the most frightening things to happen to the country in recent memory. No one understood what AIDS and HIV really was and when people don't understand something, they become scared of it. The fear of the unknown was sweeping across the country and Americans needed a leader to speak out about this horrible virus, that leader never came. Instead of grabbing the bull by the horns and taking charge, Reagan kept quiet. Reagan couldn't say the words AIDS or HIV until seven years into his presidency, a leader not so much.

7. Reagan gave amnesty to 3 million Undocumented Immigrants -

In today's GOP, the idea of any immigrant staying in the United States whether they are legal or illegal isn't something that conservatives embrace. What might shock them is that in 1982 Ronald Reagan gave nearly 3 million undocumented workers amnesty. The biggest reason for undocumented workers coming to the United States is because corporations hire them at a cheaper rate than they would an American citizen. All the laws that would have cracked down on companies who hire undocumented workers were, of course, removed from the bill.

8. His attack on Unions and the Middle Class -

The Republican war on unions and the middle class has been heating up in states like Wisconsin and Ohio, but it has been going on for a long time. Unions are formed to give a united voice to the workers in an attempt to create fairness between the corporations and their employees. On August 3rd, 1981, PATCO (Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization) went on strike in an effort to get better pay and safer working conditions. Two days later, taking the side of business, Ronald Reagan fired 11,345 workers for not returning to work.

*Bonus reasons against Reagan*

9. Reagan raided the Social Security Trust fund -

With Ronald Reagan cutting taxes so drastically, the U.S government was beginning to starve. Reagan added to the government and didn't make enough spending cuts to offset the tax cuts, so the money needed to come from somewhere. Ronald Reagan knew that his polices would create economic bubbles, unemployment would drop and some jobs would be created, but in time the bubble would burst leaving the economy in ruins. In order to counteract his own economic policies, Ronald Reagan needed to find somewhere else to get revenue.

Listening to Alan Greenspan and other advisers, Ronald Reagan raided the Social Security Trust Fund and replaced it with glorified IOU's. Ronald Reagan raised the Social Security tax rate which did add to the revenue, but because there is a cap on Social Security, currently no income over $113,700 is taxed for Social Security, the wealthy didn't feel the tax increase and the pain was pushed to the middle and lower classes.

10. Endless worship and never-ending praise -

Ronald Reagan left office in January of 1989 and nearly 25 years later he is held up high by the modern Republican party. As nearly three decades have gone by since Ronald Reagan was in the White House, reality and history has faded with time. Conservative figures like anti-tax Grover Norquist created the "Ronald Reagan Legacy Project" with a goal of memorializing Reagan in all 50 states. As stated in this article, Ronald Reagan did a lot to hurt the United States, not just while he was in office, but in the years that have followed. What's scary about today's current Republican party is that while Reagan was one of the worst presidents this country has had to endure over the last 100 years, he would be considered too moderate to be nominated by today's conservative standards.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Sarah throws Donald Trump under the bus and blames the media for it

From Yahoo News

Palin also shared her thoughts on why Trump, who had been the frontrunner, was defeated in Iowa.

“I think he just had to have seen more of his conservative side out, because Iowa’s so good and conservative,” Palin said.

Now she has posted this on her Fecebook page:

Time to Call Out the Jackals In the Lamestream. Again.

A quick behind the scenes look at how disingenuous the media is; a reminder why Americans distrust them.

Willow and I were trapped today for hours at the Des Moines airport, along with what seemed the majority of the international media trying to fly out from last night's Iowa caucus. Having nothing else to do, the cream of the crop in the press corps decided it would be fun to do their thing and hassle... while we were walking in, checking in, through TSA, at all the gate changes, etc. All the while shouting out questions from near and afar, while we remained polite to the jackals so as to be less disruptive around the great people who were there with more important things to do than follow us into the bathroom with their cellphone cameras. Then, as per usual, the more unprofessional ones REALLY did their thing in editing my comments to fit their own narrow headlines.

(Let me point out, there were two actually WONDERFUL media leaders I ran into there - thank you radio host Laura Ingraham for being the sharpest, most refreshing visit today! And CBN's awesome 

David Brody - thank you for "rescuing" us out of one of the situations!)

Here are four real headlines from today's airport experience - just a quick example of the media herd mentality. This doesn't illustrate wholly their pathetic inconsistencies and inaccuracies whilst taking out of context my answers to their drive-by questions, but it gives you an idea... especially of the herd's inconsistent interpretations and coverage of the same answers they all heard. Then below, you'll find my own headline setting the record straight:

"Palin: Trump Should Have Shown More Of His 'Conservative Side'"
"Sarah Palin Silent On Trump Loss As She Leaves Des Moines"
"Palin Sticks By Trump as Sixth Graders Seek Answers"
"Palin Gears Up for SC Campaigning For Trump"

So media which is it?

Here's the real headline:

"Media Lies; Trump & Palin Strongest of Allies For America. Really - Get a Life, Guys!"

Sarah Trump lost because he received an endorsement from you and he wimped out on the last debate.