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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Only a month into 2016 and it has been sucky for Sarah Palin


So far in 2016:

Dakota files a lawsuit regarding the parentage and custody of Sailor Palin

Sarah endorses Donald Trump, pissing off most of her base

Track is arrested for assault and battery.  The media is now scrutinizing his service

Sarah blames President Obama for Track's problems, getting backlash from the media and veterans groups

Sarah tries to raise funds for Sarah Pac, only to get blowback

Her SarahPac report is out and she is still hemorrhaging money.

What will be next for Skanky Hooah!

Saturday, January 30, 2016

The latest report from Sarah Pac has now come out.

The last report (end of June 2015) proved she is hemorrhaging money:

Total Receipts $493,507
Total Spent $753,233
Begin Cash on Hand $825,556
End Cash on Hand $565,830
Debts $0

The media is starting to pick up on the fact that she spends very little money on candidates:

Chris Hayes over at NBC does a wonderful job at picking her apart:

Now the latest report is out, it's bad but not as bad as I thought it would be:

Total Receipts $457,469.52
Total Spent $642,326.57
Begin Cash on Hand $565,830
End Cash on Hand $380,963.17
Debts $0

So Sarah spent $180,859.05 MORE than she took in.

Some of her expenditures:

Two checks for $1500 to two candidates that were never cashed.

SarahPac treasurer Tim Crawford $77,000

Photographer Shaelah Craighead $1500

Aries Petra (Ram's LLC) $18,000

Paid trolls Marilyn Lane and Carol Ryan $15,000 apiece.  Wish I could get a job as a paid troll!

Attorney John Tiemessen $5528

Postage aka hush money $74000.04

SarahPac will be broke by the end of the year!

Friday, January 29, 2016

I do feel sorry for Jordan Loewe



While everyone is talking about Track Palin's arrest for domestic battery, not much has been said about his victim Jordan Loewe.

Jordan may have bad taste in men, act like a slut, is a lush, and flat out obnoxious, but she did not deserve to get beaten up the way she did.


Mike Huckabee gets his ass handed to him in Clinton Iowa


Woman confronts Mike over his defense of the Duggars.  Mikey doesn't take it to well.

Speaking of Duggars, Josh had a court date last week regarding Danica Dillion

To be honest Danica might be lying, according to some of Josh's instagram posts he was with his family during the alleged encounters took place.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Best Tina Fey impersonation of Sarah ever!




Of course Brancy had a fit over it and had to personally attack Tina.

  I’m sure many of you saw Tina Fey, who sounds nothing like my mom, do a skit based on my Mom’s endorsement of Donald Trump. 

I don’t know about you, but hearing her fake accent is like nails on a chalkboard for me!

I may be biased, but I think my mom trumps her in the looks department. (Especially for having three more kids and seven more years on Tina!)

If Donald Trump can't handle a question from Megyn Kelly how is he gonna handle Putin?

From NBC News

Donald Trump said Tuesday that he "most likely" will not participate in Thursday night's FOX News-Google debate, citing the participation of "lightweight" Megyn Kelly as well as FOX's "wise-guy" press release poking fun at Trump's rhetoric.

"Let's see how much money FOX is going to make on the debate without me," he told reporters in Marshalltown, Iowa.

After the press conference, Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandoski told reporters that the real estate mogul "will not be participating in the Fox debate" and that it is "not under negotiation."

"Obviously we would love all of the candidates to participate, but each campaign ultimately makes their own decision what's in their best interest," Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer said.

FOX said in a statement that it would still welcome Trump if he decides to attend the debate, "but he can't dictate the moderators or the questions."

Trump told media that he hopes to plan an alternate event raising money for members of the military in lieu of participating in the Thursday night clash.

Trump also blasted FOX News for issuing a sarcastic press release in response to his threats to skip the debate.

The statement from a FOX News spokesperson read: "We learned from a secret back channel that the Ayatollah and Putin both intend to treat Donald Trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president — a nefarious source tells us that Trump has his own secret plan to replace the Cabinet with his Twitter followers to see if he should even go to those meetings."

Trump said that response was "written by a child."

In recent days, Trump has hinted that he might skip out on the debate due to what he calls the "bias" of moderator Megyn Kelly, with whom he has feuded throughout the campaign.

He mused about boycotting the debate in an Instagram video posted on Tuesday.

But FOX News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes said in a statement that Kelly is locked in as a moderator for the Thursday night clash.

"Megyn Kelly is an excellent journalist and the entire network stands behind her — she will absolutely be on the debate stage on Thursday night," he said.

In a separate statement later Tuesday night, a FOX spokesman said:

"We're not sure how Iowans are going to feel about him walking away from them at the last minute, but it should be clear to the American public by now that this is rooted in one thing — Megyn Kelly, whom he has viciously attacked since August and has now spent four days demanding be removed from the debate stage. Capitulating to politicians' ultimatums about a debate moderator violates all journalistic standards, as do threats, including the one leveled by Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski toward Megyn Kelly."

"Trump is still welcome at Thursday night's debate and will be treated fairly, just as he has been during his 132 appearances on FOX News & FOX Business, but he can't dictate the moderators or the questions," the FOX statement said.

Earlier Tuesday, the network announced its lineup for Thursday night's undercard and primetime GOP debates, featuring victories for Rand Paul - who made the cut for the 9pm ET event — and former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore, who will debut on the undercard stage.

Qualifying for the 9 p.m. ET primetime debate, hosted by FOX News and Google, are Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, John Kasich and Paul.

And qualifying for the 7pm ET undercard event are Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum and Carly Fiorina.

Paul, who boycotted the last GOP debate after being relegated to the undercard contest, performed well enough in public polling to meet the network's threshold for participation in Thursday's main event.

Gilmore has done minimal traditional campaigning, has barely registered in public polls and has never participated in a GOP debate to date.

Donald is nothing more than a pussy.  Yes pussy is a derogatory word but we are talking about a derogatory person here.  He really is scared of women which is why he downgrades them so much.

And don't forget this little gem over the weekend:

From CNN.com

Donald Trump boasted Saturday that support for his presidential campaign would not decline even if he shot someone in the middle of a crowded street.

"I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose voters," Trump said at a campaign rally here.

Whatever Donald.  That could be true but I think this ad would be more damaging:


Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Why I don't think Dakota Meyer would make a good father


I don't necessarily support Dakota Meyer if he is the father of Sailor, I only support getting the truth out about her paternity.

Dakota Meyer is an alcoholic, suffers from PTSD, is a Republican, a liar, and makes bad choices when it comes to women.

He is also an ammosexual who lays guns all over the house.  His home is not fit for children and I breathed a sigh of relief when Tripp was moved out of there.  Tripp is lucky he got out of there alive.

Bristol has proven not to be a good mother, her disparaging of Levi in front of Tripp, lying, going from one trial daddy to another, drinking, drugs, and being in the Palin family disqualifies her.

The best thing for Sailor is to put her up for adoption to a loving and much more stable family.    There I said it.  Aren't the pro-lifers insisting adoption is the best thing for an unwed mother?

Now I know why Jeb Bush says stupid things



From Radar Online

Jeb Bush was a secret cocaine abuser who even celebrated his dad’s presidential election by snorting coke with a top GOP official, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

That’s the stunning claim by former White House aide Roger Stone, whose bombshell new book rips the lid off Bush’s shocking secret life.
Jeb! And The Bush Crime Family, due to hit Feb. 16, is co-authored by Saint John Hunt, the son of E. Howard Hunt, the man who organized the bugging of the Democratic headquarters in the Watergate.

In one shocking passage, Stone wrote: “Jeb had snorted lines of cocaine at the vice president’s residence at the Naval Observatory on the night of Vice President George H.W. Bush‘s election to the presidency.”

“A prominent Tallahassee lobbyist told me he had also snorted coke with Jeb Bush, which the [then-Florida] governor said he did largely out of boredom with the slow pace of the state capital,” added Stone.

Stone pointed out in the book that there are also allegations Bush, 62, once smuggled cocaine into Florida.

“Legendary CIA drug smuggler and pilot Barry Seal claimed to his Miami lawyer Richard Sharpstein that he had orchestrated an elaborate sting at the Opa-locka airport in which the DEA got videotape of Jeb and his brother George W. Bush bringing a kilo into Florida for resale,” wrote Stone.

Stone, a best-selling author who worked for President Nixon, claimed that while Jeb publicly supports the War on Drugs, he secretly used and abused drugs for years.

“Jeb’s conservative stand on drugs is perhaps his most hypocritical position of all,” Stone wrote. “As a heavy dope smoker and even a dealer in prep school and college, he started out early on a path many young people do. But what makes him a phony is his tough stance against drugs as an elected official and a politician…”

Well that explains why Jeb said this the other day:



Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Track Palin isn't the only child of a Republican to get into trouble

From ADN

HOOKSETT, N.H. — Jeb Bush’s oldest son, George P. Bush, serves as the land commissioner of Texas and is nicknamed “47” — a look ahead to when, many joke, he will become the 47th president.

His youngest son, John Ellis Bush Jr., briefly saw his name floated as a contender for a Florida congressional seat.

But Bush’s daughter, Noelle Bush, has stayed far from the world of politics, in part because of her long struggle with addiction. She faced felony charges that she tried to fill a fraudulent prescription for Xanax when she was 24, and ended up in jail after she was found with pills and then crack cocaine in her shoe.

On Tuesday, Jeb Bush tried to articulate how his family dealt with his daughter’s difficulties, which became uncomfortably public when he was governor of Florida.

“What I learned was that the pain that you feel when you have a loved one who has addiction challenges, and kind of spirals out of control, is something that is shared with a whole lot of people,” he said.

Bush has said he first checked with his daughter, now in recovery, to make sure she was comfortable with him sharing her story, which he did at a forum on heroin addiction, a problem that has devastated many families in this state.

To knowing murmurs, Bush spoke about how he’ll never forget the day his daughter graduated from Florida drug court. “It was an extraordinary event,” he said, addressing more than 100 people — most of them addiction and substance abuse advocates, and some in recovery themselves — in a ballroom at Southern New Hampshire University.

And he recalled realizing just how many families were dealing with the same challenges — how he’d be speaking about education policy or economic development and look out to see “people were looking at me, knowing that I was going through the same thing as a loved one.”

For Bush, who still often resists the soul-baring, emotive demands of modern politics, talking about his daughter’s struggles does not seem to come naturally. He spoke in his own restrained way, though earlier he wrote more emotionally about his daughter in a blog post on Medium.

“As a father, I have felt the heartbreak of drug abuse,” Bush wrote in the post. “I never expected to see my precious daughter in jail. It wasn’t easy, and it became very public when I was governor of Florida, making things even more difficult for Noelle. She went through hell, so did her mom, and so did I.”

Drug addiction and its personal costs have produced many of this campaign season’s most memorable and poignant moments. Not long ago, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey told the story of a close friend who fell victim to prescription drug abuse and lost his family, job and, ultimately, his life. The Huffington Post captured the talk and put the video online, where it has been watched more than 8 million times.

New Hampshire has been hit especially hard by the heroin epidemic, with opioid deaths up 76 percent in the state in 2014, according to state figures. That same year, 325 people died from an opioid overdose, and since 2013, emergency room visits from heroin have more than tripled.


Bush was one of five Republican candidates to address the forum in New Hampshire, and not the only one to speak in personal terms about how addiction has affected their families or loved ones. As Bush shared his family’s story, a camera crew for the campaign’s ad maker filmed his remarks.

Christie talked about his mother’s lifelong struggles with cigarettes and his close friend who died of an overdose. Carly Fiorina talked about losing her stepdaughter, Lori, who died of drug addiction.

And Gov. John Kasich of Ohio teared up as he told the story of how he had met a young woman who had ended up in foster care as both her parents battled heroin, only to become a Princeton graduate. (The woman, Jessica Hulsey Nickel, is now the executive director of the Addiction Policy Forum, the group that put on the event.)

Bush’s remarks came as he outlined his drug control strategy Tuesday, describing a plan with four main elements — preventing drug abuse and addiction, strengthening the criminal justice system, securing the southern border with Mexico to stop the flow of illegal drugs, and improving treatment and recovery programs.

“For dealers, they ought to be put away forever as far as I’m concerned,” he said, to applause. “But users — I think we have to be a second-chance country.”

Noelle Bush’s challenges played out in a public fashion, while her father was governor of Florida and her uncle, George. W. Bush, was president. After she was arrested, both the Florida and national newspapers chronicled her travails with headlines like, “Noelle Bush: A victim or princess?” and “Royal rehab: Nonviolent drug offenders should get the Bush treatment.”

In 2003, Jeb Bush grew frustrated with a Miami Herald reporter, according to emails obtained by The New York Times through a public records request. “The only reason you wrote the piece, or were told to write the piece, is that my struggling daughter is the child of the governor,” Bush chided the reporter. “It won’t matter in the whole scheme of things but I wish the media would leave my daughter alone. It would make it a whole lot easy for her to recover and live a life full of hope and promise.”

On Tuesday, Bush instead focused more on his daughter’s triumph. “She is a courageous young woman,” he said.

While some in Florida suggested his daughter received special treatment from the judge overseeing her rehab, who had ties to a group that had received a state grant, Bush said: “She got extra treatment, as it relates to the scrutiny, and it was a difficult time for my wife and for me.”

The message seemed to resonate with attendees.

One audience member, Kirsten Doherty, said that Bush’s credibility on addiction was enhanced by “telling personal stories about recovery, which always makes a difference.”

“He seemed to be very educated about the topics, which is not true of all the presidential candidates,” said Doherty, who works for a Massachusetts advocacy group focused on addiction recovery. “I have family members in recovery. I think it says something when people aren’t ashamed to talk about their family experiences with addiction.”

Now I know that kids of Democrats have had drug issues, Hunter Biden and the late David Kennedy for example.  But the Republicans are more of "do as I say, not as I do".  They also push for severe punishment for drug addicts yet beg for forgiveness when it happens to them like Rush Limbaugh.

Sick of the hypocrisy.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Looks like Piper is Sailor's nanny

Piper, Bristol, and Sailor attended a birthday party for Marina last Saturday.  Looks like Piper is stuck holding Sailor the whole time.

And Piper tagged along with Bristol to get some Italian takeout too:


So is Piper the only family member that will talk to Bristol these days or is she the designated nanny?

Monday Meme


Sunday, January 24, 2016

Grifters gotta grift!



This is my favorite picture of them.

From Politico

Sarah Palin’s political action committee is trying to raise money off of her Donald Trump endorsement.

The former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential candidate backed the Republican front-runner at a campaign event in Ames, Iowa, on Tuesday after a full day of speculation and stumped for the billionaire businessman in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Wednesday.

“Yesterday was a historic day,” reads an email from SarahPAC. “After touring the country for her book tour and hearing from thousands of people, Governor Palin went all in for Donald Trump.”

“SarahPAC plans to continue endorsing anti-establishment candidates who will not play politics as usual,” the email continues. “In order to get Sarah to political events to support endorsed candidates we need your help to fundraise her travel.”

The email struck veteran fundraisers as unusual, because campaigns typically foot travel bills for surrogates and since it would appear discordant for Sarah PAC to donate to Trump’s campaign.

While Palin’s PAC has donated to dozens of endorsed candidates, Trump has cast his campaign as self-financed. Despite that, outside donors provided more cash than the candidate himself through the first nine months of the year.

Palin’s PAC, which has shown an ability to bring in huge numbers of small contributions with fundraising appeals pegged to news events, had $566,000 in the bank at the end of June, the period covered by its most recent filing with the Federal Election Commission. Its next filing, covering the second half of 2015, is due at midnight on Jan. 31 — hours before Iowa voters head to their state’s caucuses.

Real reason for the fundraising-pay Track's legal bills.  That's all.

Donald Trump like Sarah Palin also has a history of being stingy:

How miserly is The Donald?

From 1990 through 2009, Trump has personally donated a total of just $3.7 million to his foundation, which was incorporated in 1987. In fact, the billionaire is not even the largest contributor to his own charitable organization.

Tax returns show that World Wrestling Entertainment has given Trump’s foundation a total of $5 million in return for the developer’s assistance in working a couple of televised angles along with WWE boss Vince McMahon. The WWE gave Trump’s foundation $4 million in 2007 for his help in promoting that year’s WrestleMania festivities, and another $1 million in 2009, when Trump (pictured below with McMahon) pretended to purchase part of the WWE empire.

The real estate titan’s foundation has also banked $205,000 from media outlets and supermarket tabloids in return for exclusive photos (People magazine, for example, paid the foundation $150,000 in 2006 for the first shots of Trump’s newborn son Barron).

During the past two decades, the Trump foundation has made charitable contributions totaling a paltry $6.7 million.

Of course we will never know how much Sarah Palin gives to charity but once she gave $1000 to a Down Syndrome charity on December 31 just so she could get a tax deduction.

NFL Conference Championships

Denver vs New England

Carolina vs Arizona

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Now Sarah Palin is blaming President Obama for her parenting failures



From NBC News

Don't blame President Obama for the PTSD that Sarah Palin claims her oldest son is battling.

That was the message Wednesday from the head of a New York City-based veteran's organization that has fought for years to get Iraq and Afghanistan war vets help with their post traumatic stress disorder.

"It's not President Obama's fault that Sarah Palin's son has PTSD," said Paul Rieckhoff, who heads Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA). "PTSD is a very serious problem, a complicated mental health injury and I would be extremely reluctant to blame any one person in particular."

Rieckhoff weighed in after Palin said her son Track's arrest on domestic violence charges this week stemmed from the PTSD he contracted after serving with the Army in Iraq — and because of Obama's supposed lack of "respect" for veterans.

The failed GOP vice-presidential candidate made the claim at a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma after she endorsed Republican front runner Donald Trump for president.

Rieckhoff, whose organization is non-partisan, said "it's important to recognize that Track may need help like many veterans" — and that his mother is in a position to use her influence to help him and other vets.

"This is a great opportunity for Sarah Palin to sound the alarm about PTSD," he said. "Now that she has endorsed Mr. Trump, I would encourage her to talk with him about it. Mr. Trump's campaign is pretty light on specifics about what he would do for veterans."

Rieckhoff urged Palin to "resist the urge to politicize" PTSD.

"I hope this doesn't become a portable chew toy in a political campaign," he said.

Track Palin, 26, was arrested Monday in Wasilla, Alaska after he allegedly slugged his girlfriend in the face, kicked her in the knee, and threatened suicide with an AR-15 assault rifle. He was charged with interfering with the report of domestic violence, possession of a firearm while intoxicated and assault.

This was not Track Palin's first brush with the law. Back in 2014 he was involved in a wild brawl at a house party in Anchorage, during which his sister Bristol allegedly punched the host repeatedly in the face. No arrests were made and no charges were filed.

Track Palin served in Iraq with the Alaska-based 25th Infantry Division's 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team for a year in 2008 — while George W. Bush was still president. 

Rieckhoff is incorrect about one thing.  Track's problems have nothing to do with Iraq.  He was fucked up long before he joined the service.  Read Joe's book...he did did oxy, smoked weed, snorted coke, and drank into oblivion.  All while he was still in high school.

Track even vandalized school buses which is why he joined the army, to avoid jail.

Also Track was discharged from the Army for other reasons than physical.  In other words, he got a big chicken dinner:



Sarah and Todd need to look in the mirror and blame the person staring back at them for Track's problems.  No wonder Curtis Menard Jr was so concerned about Track when he was 12 years old.  If Curt hadn't been murdered, Track might be going to medical school by now.

The crisis in Flint MI was started by a Republican governor

From NBC News


Rick Snyder needs to be recalled.  Michigan voters do the right thing!

Friday, January 22, 2016

Question for Todd and Sarah Palin



Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Why reproductive rights for women need to be preserved

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Life is precious, and equal opportunity is the cause. Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, America!: http://www.patheos.com/…/this-march-for-life-video-about-m…/

Of course Sarah had to hijack the holiday of a man who actually endorsed Planned Parenthood to push her hateful agenda.

Look, I hate abortion too, but I know the best way to make abortion disappear is birth control and sex education.  States like Mississippi and Texas who don't have real sex ed have the highest teen pregnancy rates.

Several years ago around the anniversary of Roe v Wade, the local chapter of MCCL (Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, the name itself is an oxymoron) was having their annual anti-choice rally in a local park where was a lot of traffic. I got out of my car, strolled over to one of the protesters and asked him "ever thought of the mother and the predicament she is in?". He said "what?", so I asked him "if a pregnant girl or woman asked you to adopt her unborn baby, would you do it?". He ignored me and turned away. I tapped him on the shoulder and said "you didn't answer my question" and I repeated it. His response which he said loudly, CAPS are mine for emphasis "IT'S NOT MY JOB TO TAKE CARE OF OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN!"

You see the "pro-lifers" aren't really pro-life.  They are pro birth and that's it.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

It was a year ago this week that Bristol's (and Sarah's too) lives were ruined



The 2016 SHOT Show is happening this week.  One year ago Dakota Meyer made a pact with the devil (Sarah) and began courting Bristol.  We know how that all turned out.

The question is, will the sperm donor be in Las Vegas again this year?  Dakota will be, but he isn't the sperm donor.  I'm talking about the lounge lizard Bristol slept with.

One year from now Barack Obama will not longer be our president



One year from today we will have a new president.  I have no idea who it will be, hopefully it's Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, or Martin O'Malley.

I will miss President and Mrs. Obama.  They have restored grace and class to the Oval Office.

President Obama has restored our standing in the world.

He successfully ushered in comprehensive health care reform.  Took out Osama Bin Laden, killed lots of terrorists, ended the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, negotiated the release of our Navy personnel a few days ago along with that pastor.

Gas prices are at their lowest level in at least ten years, unemployment is down, the stock market has been consistently up, women are now required to have equal pay.

And he did this in the face of Republican obstructionism.  Imagine what more he could have accomplished if the Republicans would have worked with him.

Thank you President Obama for everything you have done the past seven years!

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

The real reason Sarah Palin is endorsing tRump



More donations to Sarah Pac!

Sarah knows damn well that Donald is popular with the racists, ill educated, and ammosexuals which is her base as well.  More money will pour into Sarah Pac so she can pay off Dakota and Track's legal bills.

I bet tRump will get $500 max from SarahPac.


I don't want to go down the birther route regarding Ted Cruz but I may have no choice

From NY Daily News

A Texas lawyer has filed the first lawsuit challenging Canada-born presidential hopeful Ted Cruz’s eligibility — and the senator’s archrival Donald Trump is reveling in the “birther” moment.

“Ted Cruz was born in Canada and was a Canadian citizen until 15 months ago. Lawsuits have just been filed with more to follow. I told you so,” the bombastic billionaire tweeted early Saturday.

Trump gleefully followed up with a second attack alluding to new accusations that Cruz failed to disclose nearly $1 million in loans during his Senate campaign.

“Based on the fact that Ted Cruz was born in Canada and is therefore a "natural born Canadian," did he borrow unreported loans from C banks?” he asked.

Houston-based attorney Newton Schwartz filed a 28-page complaint Thursday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to decide if Cruz, who was born in Alberta to an American mother and Cuban father, can legally become president.

“This 229-year question has never been pled, presented to or finally decided by or resolved by the U.S. Supreme Court,” the 85-year-old lawyer wrote. “Only the U.S. Supreme Court can finally decide, determine judicially and settle this issue now.”

The U.S. Constitution states that “no Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President.”

The Texas senator has maintained that because his mother is American, he became a U.S. citizen at birth. Cruz, who moved from Calgary to Houston when he was 4 years old, said he didn’t realize he still had Canadian citizenship until the Dallas Morning News raised the question in 2013. He renounced his Canada ties in 2014

Trump has brought up Cruz’s Canadian birthplace repeatedly as the two Republicans battle it out in pre-primary polls. Earlier this week, Trump suggested a lawsuit was on the line.

“The Democrats are going to bring a lawsuit if he’s the nominee,” Trump said. “Because he was born in Canada. He was a Canadian citizen until 15 months ago — which is hard to believe, a lot of people don’t even believe that but he was a U.S.-Canadian — and he’s got a real problem.”

In his Thursday complaint, Schwartz asked his birther case be expedited since “time is of the essence” as the Feb. 1 Iowa caucus rapidly approaches.  

“The long and short of it is we just want a decision” he said.

In addition to eligibility questions, Cruz has faced scrutiny over a New York Times report that he had failed to disclose in Federal Ethics Commission filings almost $1 million in loans from Citibank and Goldman Sachs, where his wife works.

Cruz called the story a “hit piece” — but his opponents have not let the issue slide.

“Ted Cruz said he "didn't know" that he was a Canadian Citizen. He also FORGOT to file his Goldman Sachs Million $ loan papers. Not believable,” Trump tweeted. “Goldman Sachs owns him, he will do anything they demand. Not much of a reformer!”

For President Obama it is pretty obvious he was born in the United States to an American citizen.

Ted Cruz it is a lot more murky, he was born in Canada, his father was a Cuban citizen and his mother's citizenship is either Canadian or American.

After all the shit that President Obama went through regarding his birth certificate I don't want a Birthergate 2.0.  I say let the Republicans duke it out over it.

Now Sarah has thrown Ted under the bus and endorsed The Donald, will she go birther too?  She did on President Obama.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Breaking News-Track Palin is in the pokey

From Gawker

Today is a big day for Sarah Palin. She is in Iowa to endorse Donald Trump, which will shore up Trump’s standing with Real Americans and once again give the Palin family a moment in the national spotlight. But things back home aren’t as rosy: Last night, Palin’s son, Track, was charged in Wasilla on domestic violence and weapons charges.

According to online court records originally found by Gawker, Track Palin, 26, was charged yesterday with assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence), interfering with a report of domestic violence, and possession of a weapon while intoxicated. In a press release, Wasilla Police say they responded to a disturbance at around 10 p.m. last night, and that “an investigation revealed Track Palin had committed a domestic violence assault on a female, interfered with her ability to report a crime of domestic violence, and possessed a firearm while intoxicated.” All three charges are misdemeanors.

Here’s a screenshot of the charges as they appear online. Spokespersons with both the Wasilla Police Department and the district attorney’s office confirmed their existence:


Palin was scheduled to be arraigned at 1 p.m. locally (5 p.m. Eastern). Wasilla police declined to release the affidavit regarding the incident, citing an open investigation, but if we receive that report, we will update this post.

Track Palin was first introduced to the public as the most politically convenient of Sarah Palin’s children. In her famous speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention, Palin noted that Track, then 19, would be shipping out to serve in Iraq later that month—on September 11. Like most of the Palins, the ensuing years have been a bit rocky: Tabloids have alleged that Track Palin abused drugs. He married and divorced in less than two years. And he was involved, along with his father and sister Bristol, in a bizarre brawl that led to an embarrassing drunken police interview full of colorful, homophobic language.

Here is the full press release from the Wasilla Police regarding the incident:

On 01/18/2016 at approximately 2204 hours, Wasilla Police responded to a residence for a disturbance. An investigation revealed Track Palin had committed a domestic violence assault on a female, interfered with her ability to report a crime of domestic violence, and possessed a firearm while intoxicated. Palin was arrested and charges of assault in the fourth degree (domestic violence), interfering with a domestic violence report, and misconduct involving weapons in the fourth degree were forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office. Palin was held without bail until arraignment.

Can't say that I'm surprised.  Track has always been a hothead.

So who is the female that was assaulted?  Britta, Jordan, maybe even Bristol.

Bristol has a picture of Track on her Pickore account but quickly took it down.   She's ashamed!

2016 has not been rosy at all for Sarah.  Dakota suing for custody of Sailor, her Pac is drying up, now Track is in jail .  Hoohah!

Sarah Palin attacks President Obama over helping our people in uniform get home



From Sarah's Fecebook page

Here we go again, coddling the enemy and implementing rules of engagement that prohibit our military from doing its job. Iran captures our warriors before forcing the U.S. to apologize for the ENEMY'S bullying and endangerment, all to send a (false) message that America is now so weak we've fallen insurmountably far under the enemy. As Sen. McCain just said on Fox News, Obama spokesman Josh Ernest is an "idiot" and knows not of what he speaks as actual APPRECIATION is expressed by the Leftist White House for Iran's combatant actions. To praise the enemy for humiliating our military should make all reasonable, pro-"Peace through Strength" Americans agree with what Dean Cain said on Fox this morning: "This makes me sick to my stomach." Then went on to suggest reasons many of America's finest are leaving the military. No question, they're leaving due to the Left's pussy-footing around per the tone set by an extremely weak President who doesn't believe we face existential threats. I'll continue to ask: if democrats still praise Obama's capitulation and bending over for Iran, does it not make you wonder whose side are they on?

First Sarah demands President Obama do something about Andrew Tahmooressi who was actually breaking the law in Mexico, then when President Obama negotiates to get our Navy men out of Iran's clutches she goes ballistic.

Sarah's only purpose in life is to be against ANYTHING President Obama does.  If he banned abortion, gay marriage, Obamacare, social security she would bitch about it.

Monday, January 18, 2016

This may be what is really going on behind the scenes in Palinville




From Crazy Days and Nights

This former A list celebrity who took a turn through several forms of reality television before heading back to her hometown and her celebrity family is worried

Apparently she is so worried that her family has been trying to reach a settlement that would keep her former lover from taking a paternity test.

The only issue with that tidbit is Bristol has never been an A list celebrity.  Joan Rivers was an A list celebrity.

This may be the reason Sarah put her AZ pad up for sale and spending all her time in NOLA with her adviser Jason Recher.

Monday Meme


Sunday, January 17, 2016

Poor Bristol, she really missed out on this one



From US Weekly

Ringing in the new year with a ring! Dancing With the Stars pro Mark Ballas proposed to longtime girlfriend BC Jean (a.k.a. Brittany Jean Carlson) in November, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly.

“Mark and his girlfriend are engaged,” the source tells Us. “She’s wearing an engagement ring.”

The insider also revealed that the dance pro and singer, 29, proposed to the singer/songwriter, 28, the day before Thanksgiving. "They have been keeping their exciting news on the down-low as they wanted to celebrate and enjoy the holidays with close friends and family," the source says.

Congrats to Mark!  He really dodged the Palin curse didn't he?

Happy Birthday Michelle Obama!



Happy Birthday to a wonderful FLOTUS!  Michelle and her family have represented the White House very well the past seven years.

She will get one last birthday next year in the White House shortly before her husband's term ends.


Saturday, January 16, 2016

The Palins=Ethan Couch

Along with the Bristol/Dakota saga I am also enjoying the soap opera involving affluenza kid Ethan Couch.

Both Ethan Couch and the Palins suffer from affluenza.  The difference is the Palins are nowhere near as wealthy as the Couch family.

When Track got busted for vandalizing school buses, Sarah bailed him out.  No jail time.

When Willow was busted for breaking into and vandalizing a house.  No jail time.

Diana Palin.  No jail time.

Todd Palin ran a prostitution ring.  No jail time.

But someone like Sherry Johnston who is poor gets busted for selling a painkiller gets prison and then house arrest.

Ethan's mommy even got her bail reduced and is out now.

NFL Divisional Round

Kansas City at New England

Green Bay at Arizona

Seattle at Carolina

Pittsburgh at Denver

Friday, January 15, 2016

Who and Where is Tristan Palin?



Somebody claiming to be a cousin of Bristol's says that Bristol gave birth to a little girl named Tristan in 2011 but they keep her hidden.

So what is up with Tristan?  Does she really exist?  Has anyone ever seen her.

Hey cousin, come on over and spill your guts!


Thursday, January 14, 2016

Why in the hell is Sarah Palin still in New Orleans?



From Sarah's Fecebook page

Sarah why aren't you in Wasilla bonding with Sailor?  Are you still in New Orleans trying to hide assests from Dakota?

This family confounds me everytime.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Jeb Bush is a bad idea for America



From Washington Post

Last Friday, Bush unveiled his grand welfare reform plan. He promises it will reduce waste, fraud and abuse while simultaneously empowering millions of poor people to stop being poor.

His magic formula: completely destroy established anti-poverty programs such as food stamps, cash welfare payments, rent subsidies and public housing. He’d then replace them all with “Right to Rise” grants (yes, named after his super PAC). These would be lump sums of federal money that states could apply for, assuming states would even be willing to create entirely new social safety nets out of whole cloth.

Bush isn’t the first to suggest this particular silver bullet — known as “block-granting” — for overhauling the social safety net.

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) has also advocated collapsing 11 federal anti-poverty programs into a mega-block grant to states. Other conservative leaders have proposed similar block grants for Medicaid and other programs.

Here’s the usual sell: These are bloated, wasteful, one-size-fits-all programs that hook Americans on the government teat. If only we handed the money directly to the states, poverty could be eradicated on the cheap. It’s win-win, for both makers and takers!

In reality, block-granting is just a way federal politicians can strip poor people of much-needed services without actually taking the blame for the resulting suffering.

Look, there’s real appeal to letting the “laboratories of democracy” see if they can find more effective ways to deliver anti-poverty services. But states and localities already can engage in this kind of experimentation, and frequently do, by applying for regulatory waivers in federal programs such as Medicaid and food stamps. The federal government also gives separate grants to states and municipalities that want to launch innovative pilot projects.

“The idea that there’s no flexibility and you can’t experiment, that nobody can ever move anything one jot or tittle, is just completely wrong,” said Robert Greenstein, president of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a think tank that studies poverty and the social safety net.

The real issue is that rooting out waste, fraud and abuse (actually pretty rare in programs such as food stamps) is really, really hard — especially if you want to avoid accidentally cutting off deserving children and families from food security, affordable health care and stable housing in the process. Federal politicians don’t want to make the kinds of tough choices required for this cost-cutting, given the inevitable sob stories that will result.

So instead they just freeze spending and dump the responsibility for figuring out how to make do with less onto states. Not that states are any better equipped to make these decisions. But federal politicians nonetheless (quite literally) pass the buck anyway.

If history is any guide, block grants also make it easier for the feds to cut spending on the needy, regardless of whether the needy actually have reduced needs.

In recent decades, Washington has created 13 block-grant programs targeting low-income Americans. According to a recent Center on Budget and Policy Priorities study, in all but one case the program shrank substantially in inflation-adjusted terms. This happened despite initial assurances that block-grant programs would get the same funding as the programs being replaced.

Despite Bush’s claims that he’s targeting “failing, ineffective programs” for disposal, programs such as food stamps and Medicaid have a proven record of improving, and extending, the lives of poor children. And if empathy doesn’t persuade you that preserving funding for these programs is worthwhile, perhaps macroeconomic concerns will.

One of the most underappreciated features of such anti-poverty programs is that they serve as “automatic stabilizers.” That means spending on them rises when the economy is ailing, without Congress having to lift a finger. This is extraordinarily useful, since dollar for dollar, food stamps offer a bigger bang for the buck than just about any other tax or spending stimulus. It’s very difficult to design block grants that would respond as nimbly to economic swings.

None of this is to suggest that our safety net is perfect, either in lifting up the impoverished or spending money efficiently. Many programs, for example, cut off benefits abruptly if workers earn too much, a work disincentive that could be addressed by phasing out benefits more gradually as incomes rise.

But just throwing up your hands and telling the states “I dunno, you fix it” isn’t leadership. It’s cowardice.

Typical Republican mantra, I got mine, so fuck you!

I'm all for reducing waste in our government, lets's start with the military, not cutting benefits for vets and enlisted personnel but quit getting into wars we have no business getting into.

How about benefits for our Senators and Congresspeople?  Cut them too.

Even though Jeb sucks ass in the polls he still scares the shit out of me.

Will the Palins pull out the abuse card on Dakota Meyer?



In the past Bristol has alleged that Levi raped her, was threatened with rape while a student at Juneau Douglas high school, while at home during the 2008 election, and was assaulted at Thonghazi.

None of which proved to be true.

It's ironic she will get a restraining order against someone who sends an engagement ring to her but not against someone who actually beat her up or raped her.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

How not using the pill ruined Bristol's life



From Salon

Bristol Palin, I know that you don’t care that a lot of us have actually been rooting for you over the past several years. And then you constantly have to go and act like a completely insensitive, ignorant tool.

You’ve had a lot of obstacles in your life — you’ve been a small town, teenaged single mom, and frankly, your mother is a goddamn nightmare. This year you went through a broken engagement and the announcement, soon after, that you’re pregnant again — not just a major embarrassment for someone who’s been a paid ambassador for teen pregnancy prevention but no doubt a genuinely stressful and challenging situation. You’re still only 24 years old. You have at times displayed flickering moments of self-deprecation — you’ve danced on TV in a gorilla suit! And when you went public with your pregnancy, you wrote with a vulnerable candidness, “I’ve been trying my hardest to keep my chin up on this one. At the end of the day there’s nothing I can’t do with God by my side, and I know I am fully capable of handling anything that is put in front of me with dignity and grace. Life moves on no matter what. So no matter how you feel, you get up, get dressed, show up, and never give up.” I want to be believe the girl who can look at her life and her choices with that level of self-compassion and hopefulness is capable of saying and doing good things in the world. And then you open your mouth again and it’s like, where did that girl go?

In a straight up bonkers recent post on her consistently incoherent Patheos blog, Palin — America’s least credible source on the topic of birth control — asserts, “Life isn’t so innocent and carefree for some 10 years old in Washington State. This summer a report came out claiming that some schools in Washington were giving free birth control implants to children as young as 10 years old! These birth control devices are implanted in a girl’s uterus, and all of this can be done without a parent’s consent!” She adds, “It is crazy that the government is offering a controversial form of birth control that can have serious life-long side effects to 10-year-old CHILDREN, but then to do all of this behind a parent’s back is simply outrageous!”

Earlier this year, the conservative site Judicial Watch obtained public records from the state for the past three years that break down the number of students who received birth control implants and their ages. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of the girls are between the ages of 17 and 20. A small number are between 10 and 12. Before we continue, let’s remember here that they don’t hand out IUDs at the cafeteria — it’s a medical procedure, not, as Judicial Watch suggests, a case of “State Gives 10-Yr-Olds Free Birth Control Implants.”

I know this is a radical idea if your last name is Palin, but let’s go to the facts. As Snopes explains, “Over half the states in the U.S. allow all minors 12 and older to consent to contraceptive services.” That does not mean that they’re all having sex — note how the HPV vaccine is recommended for middle schoolers. But did you know that IUDs can also be used to control periods? It’s true. So imagine you’re 10 and you’re dealing with heavy, difficult menstrual cycles. Maybe you want to explore your options. And if the IUD is so “controversial,” why does the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists say it’s safe for adolescents? 

Palin acts like schools are tossing IUDs into playgrounds and kids are just running around, grabbing Mirenas without telling their parents. What she isn’t doing is: A) Asking if a girl might obtain birth control for a reason other than birth control, B) Considering that just because parental consent is not required that it is never asked for or given. Shockingly, many loving, responsible families understand that as teens get older, many become sexually active, and they want their kids to make smart, healthy choices and protect themselves from unplanned pregnancies. And while Palin is extraordinarily fortunate to have made lemonade of her own circumstances, helping kids avoid unintended pregnancies is great for women, it’s great for families, and it saves everybody a whole ton of money in services. She also isn’t acknowledging that the reality is that lots of adolescents well over the age of 10 do have sex without their parents’ knowledge, so maybe they should go ahead and get contraception without their parents’ knowledge too. And wow, you’d think after two pregnancies of her own, she’d finally understand and have a little empathy on that point.

Course now Bristol has the biggest battle of her life going on right now against Dakota.  If she had just used birth control, she would have been spared a lot of grief.

Tuesday's Trump Dump: Trump turns Gestapo

From Think Progress

A Muslim woman was kicked out of a Donald Trump rally on Friday night for no apparent reason. The woman, Rose Hamid, told CNN that she “came to the rally to let Trump supporters see what a Muslim looks like.” She stood silently with a t-shirt that read “I Come In Peace.”

About halfway through the rally, held in Rock Hill, South Carolina, some people in the crowd “turned pretty ugly” toward the woman, shouting “epithets.” She was then escorted out by security.

Trump commented on Hamid as she was being ejected. “There is hatred against us that is unbelievable. It’s their hatred, it’s not our hatred,” Trump said.

Trump has stoked antipathy against Muslims by calling for a total ban on Muslim immigration into the U.S. Since making the announcement Trump’s standing in the polls has only improved.


Then there is this gem:


Monday, January 11, 2016

This should not help Bristol in her case against Dakota at all



Since Bristol has posted this picture it has been deleted.  Thank you to IM's Jesse Griffin for saving it, the internet is forever Butthole.

There was also this message to go with it:

For all the people saying I gave birth 11/4/15............. here is my IV that was started on 12/22/15 when I was admitted, my baby girl was born 12/23/15 ����stop trying to create controversy where none exists, desperation is the ugliest thing

After everyone called her out for the obvious photoshop, she deleted it.  Look at Bristol's neck, it looks like Sarah's.  Also Sarah's hands look photoshopped too.  Maybe it was Sarah in the hospital and not Bristol.

And the date, you can tell it was written over.  She also had her IV in the right hand and not the left:


Then there are these pics of Bristol tootin and shootin at the firing range:



Let's say these pics were taken January 2 or 3.  No way in hell could Bristol be wearing tight jeans after giving birth on Dec 23 and carrying a heavy assault rifle.

Monday Meme


Sunday, January 10, 2016

Fuck Taya Kyle and the horse she rode in on

From People

Taya Kyle, the widow of American Sniper Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, said President Obama's stricter gun laws are more complicated than people think and doubled down on her stance opposing the measures. 

"At the end of the day, we all just feel very passionately, but we're all on the same page," Kyle told Fox News on Friday. "We all want a better world." 

The 41-year-old noted to Fox News that Obama's push for stricter gun laws are "a lot more complicated" than simply imposing background checks. 

"It's the idea that one man would say, 'I know what's best for everyone else' and, by executive action, make a new law," she said. 

Chris Kyle was shot and killed in 2013 at age 38 by ex-Marine Eddie Ray Routh, whom Kyle had taken to a shooting range in an attempt to help Routh overcome his PTSD. Routh was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole last February. 

Taya Kyle's statements came just one day after she confronted Obama at a town hall about his proposed gun control measures. 

She told Fox that while she and the president both agree "that we can't fix everything," "when you talk about pulling away people's freedoms it's not quite as simple as it sounds." 

She noted assault rifles are singled out for more restrictions, even though they're the weapons "that most of us use for home protection." 

Taya, President Obama's plan for gun safety is to protect idiots like your dead husband from getting killed and guys that he was 'helping" from doing something stupid.   When states starting passing seat belt laws deaths from car accidents went down quite a bit.



Not sure if Gawker agrees with the Babygate 2.0 theorists or not


I'm just going to post the main points of the article:

From Gawker

Bristol Palin gave birth to her second child, a girl named Sailor Grace, on December 23, 2015. That’s what Sarah Palin wants you to believe, say truthers. Yes, with the birth of a new Palin baby comes the birth of a new conspiracy theory. In brief: Palin truthers claim Bristol is lying about when she gave birth in order to cover up the fact that her pregnancy was the result of a one-night stand.

This isn’t the first time the Palins have had to deal with wild internet skepticism surrounding a pregnancy, of course. After Bristol made her 16-and-pregnant debut alongside her VP candidate mother at the 2008 Republican National Convention, some speculated, in great detail, that the pregnancy was not her first. The claim, again in brief: Sarah’s son Trig is actually Bristol’s, and Sarah staged a huge hoax to cover it up.

That theory has never been definitely proven. (Or disproven, the Internet whispers.) Does this new claim hold any more water than the last? Let’s investigate.

On March 14, 2015, both Bristol and Sarah announced that Bristol was engaged to Sgt. Dakota Meyer, a Marine veteran with a Medal of Honor. Bristol had not previously mentioned dating Meyer, but in her announcement on her blog, she said her mom introduced them

The wedding was apparently scheduled to occur two months later in Meyer’s hometown in Kentucky. But days before the May 23 ceremony, Sarah took to Facebook again to announce that the wedding was off.

Then, on June 25, Bristol announced she was pregnant. In a post on her blog, she wrote, “I know this has been, and will be, a huge disappointment to my family, to my close friends, and to many of you.” She did not name the father.

In another blog post on June 28, Bristol clarified that the pregnancy was “planned”:

And by Christmas Eve, Bristol and the Palins seemed overjoyed to welcome the new baby into the world. Bristol announced in a December 24 Instagram post that Sailor was born December 23—

Conspiracy theorists argue that the Palins’ pregnancy timeline is bunk. The theory originated with two posts on a Blogspot called “Right Wing Crooks”—one on December 25 and one on January 2, 2016. The second post is slightly more lucid and easier to follow; its overarching claim is that Bristol actually became pregnant in February—before getting engaged to Meyer—which would put her due date sometime in early November. To cover up this scandal, RWC argues, Bristol waited until late December to announce Sailor’s birth.

The real father, RWC wildly speculates, is someone Bristol met on a Valentine’s Day weekend trip to Vegas (one she thoroughly documented on Instagram).

Since Bristol’s friend featured in the photos is a self-described “exotic model,” the two women must have “picked up one or more Vegas lounge lizards [and] wound up in a hotel room engaging in sex.”
When Bristol posted another photo from Vegas weeks later with the comment “πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ no stings pulled this trip....... Just ruined my life the next night πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ #worstvalemtimes#dahdahdahttt”, she must have meant that she “ruined her life” by getting pregnant.
In short, RWC’s Instagram-theorizing about the “real” paternity of Bristol’s baby is weak. But if Bristol did accidentally become pregnant before she got engaged—in Vegas or elsewhere—there’s an understandable motive as to why she would want the public to think she conceived after the engagement, or perhaps more ideally, after the wedding that was supposed to follow soon after.

RWC claims that the piece of tape on the heel of Bristol’s hand contains a date. That date should be the date that the IV was issued—12/23/2015. But according to RWC, the date actually reads 11/4/2015—the “real” day that Bristol gave birth.

I consulted with Gawker Media’s Art Director Jim Cooke about RWC’s “proof,” and his expert opinion is as follows: “I would say that is manipulation with a bias.” He made a GIF from the original photo to show that one could manipulate it to show either date—12/23/15 or 11/4/15:

Perhaps giving more weight to RWC’s theory than she should, Bristol actually addressed the claim that she faked her baby’s birth date yesterday afternoon. She provided a new hospital photo to Entertainment Tonight, claiming that it shows an IV date of 12/22/15. “Admitted the night of 12/22/15 when they started my IV and then day of 12/23/15 had my baby girl!” she told ET.

According to her Instagram, Bristol has been out shooting guns.

There is one last piece of evidence in this twisted tale that has so far been ignored. When former Laguna Beach star Kristin Cavallari gave birth to a baby on November 23, 2015, Bristol—someone who does not know Cavallari personally—immediately posted a response on Instagram. Why? Well, Cavallari named her baby “Saylor James.”

In the caption, she wrote “when you find out @kristincavallari named her baby the exact name you are naming yours πŸ™€πŸ˜³ what a weird coincidence .. congrats on your new bundle, and I do love her name.. Still naming my baby girl Sailor!”

Maybe Bristol picked the name “Sailor” well in advance, and she was strongly attached to it, for whatever reason.

Or maybe she had already signed the birth certificate.

Unlike Babygate 1.0 I think this one is going to pick up steam.  And if Bristol lied about Sailor's birthdate, then more skeletons are going to fall out of the closet and shatter on the floor.

Saturday, January 9, 2016

NFL Wild Card picks

Saturday January 9

Kansas City at Houston

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati

Sunday January 10

Seattle at Minnesota

Green Bay at Washington

Well Sarah Palin couldn't stay away from the internets long

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Ahhhh. Relief. A new season... this new year. My resolution time includes specific goals I know I'll meet because I hold on. Like Dierks Bentley sings:

"To the things I believe in - my faith, your love, our freedom... to the things I can count on to keep me going strong, I hold on."

One thing - I'll enjoy a lot more music, a lot less plugged-in tech time. Passing on that online time that enables broken people to try to break others is a way to live life vibrantly without inviting their hate to cloud my home. More music, less blue light, less white noise = refreshing!

And no matter what 2016 brings, I'll teach my children to really grasp Jeremiah 29:11; to know that in all things, if it's good, it's God. "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

Or how Bristol puts it:

http://www.patheos.com/…/i-look-at-them-and-know-2016-is-e…/

Happy New Year
- Sarah Palin

Does this mean Sarah is no longer going to do her Fecebook screeds and write shit for Beerfart?  That would be a huge blessing.

Remember Sarah is a liar and a quitter so we will see how long this New Year's resolution lasts.

The above post is from January 2, then on January 4 she posts this:



Proudly Clinging To God, Guns, and Constitutional Rights to Keep 'Em

What a great gift! What a great way to spend the day with family and friends. (Remember this, guys, as you seek that perfect Valentine's Day gift!) My daughters and I shared the day with friends getting a gun safety refresher course - and learned so much more about self-defense, home defense, and safety.

Even if you've been around guns your entire life, I guarantee you'll pick up new, valuable information to keep you on target if you hire superb tactical instructors like our guys, Peter Menage and Rich Bolender. Mat-Su Tactical, LLC keeps us up to speed on the latest in firearms, various state laws employed to protect the good guys, and your Constitutional right to bear arms.

Contact matsutactical.com 907-357-GUNS for more information, including info on tapping into gun experts in your local area. Let me add my cousin, Jason Morgan, is another excellent instructor; his exemplary military service led him to his position as Director of Operations for NarrowGate Security Agency, Executive & Dignitary Protection. www.narrowgate.com.

Thank you Alaska Directional Drilling for that great gift today! It was a pleasure spending time with you in your home training to be vigilant, prepared and safe... all under the tutelage of great patriots who know how to protect the innocent. Thank you, Mat-Su Tactical.


To all who value your freedom and security, I encourage you to enroll in firearms training courses and get in touch with Mat-Su Tactical and Narrowgate Security. Protect those you love!

If Sarah, Bristol, and Willow have to take refresher gun courses then they really must suck ass at shooting.

And from the 5th:

A powerful picture from earlier today from the steps of the Iowa State Capitol in Des Moines. In 33 degree temperatures 2,500 Iowans joined with Franklin Graham putting prayer over politics as they prayed for our nation. Franklin is traveling to all 50 state capitols to unite Americans of all political beliefs in prayer against those who wish to strip our great nation of its religious foundation - with liberties endowed by our Creator, not by our elected officials. Thank you Franklin for your boldness in leading this effort - I hope many Americans will join you as you travel across the country spreading the Word. To find out when Franklin will be in your state click here: https://decisionamericatour.com

Sarah licking Frank's balls again.  Yawn.

Jan 6-Sarah couldn't resist mocking President Obama over his concern about victims of gun violence, especially children.

Friday, January 8, 2016

Dakota Meyer will take a paternity test



From Daily Mail

Dakota Meyer, the former fiancΓ© of Bristol Palin, is being forced to take a paternity test in an increasingly bitter custody battle over her new baby.

Court documents seen by Daily Mail Online reveal that Meyer's bid for joint custody in a suit filed in Kentucky and Alaska has stalled pending the results of the paternity test.

Now Meyer's family have told Daily Mail Online they are 'hurt' over the doubt that has been cast and insisted that Meyer 'has a right to that child', whose birth Palin announced on December 24.

Speaking from the family home in Greensburg, Kentucky, Meyer's grandmother, Jean, 85, said: 'It happens every day that a mother tries to keep a child from the father and you just have to deal with it.

'But I would say it does hurt [to have to prove paternity]. But that's just the way the law is – you have to get permission here and permission there.

'I really think Dakota will do the right thing and I think he has a right to that child.'

Referring to Bristol, Jean said: 'I've met her but I don't really know her. But I helped raise Dakota and I do know him. He's a strong young man and a good one.'

She added: 'He will be a father to his child and he'll be a good one he's just got to get this girl and the law to agree.'

In a curious twist a question has also been raised over the actual birth date of Bristol's baby.

An instagram photo posted by Palin, announcing the birth of Sailor on December 24 places the birth date one day earlier. The date of birth on court papers filed in the custody case is also given as Decembe 23.

But the same Instagram picture posted by Meyer with the caption 'Best Christmas present ever!!' reveals a detail whited out in Palin's account – the date scribbled on her IV line.

There, in black and white is a date that appears to read November 4 – placing the birth almost two months before Palin claimed.

Just two weeks after she says she gave birth to Sailor, Bristol hit the shooting range to show off her gun skills with family and friends.

The 25-year-old took to Instagram to share a photo of herself aiming what appear to be an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, as well as a short video that sees her shooting a handgun at a target, during a firearms training class with Mat-Su Tactical.

Bristol also shared a picture of herself with her mother, former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, and her sister Willow, 21, alongside a group of other family members and friends, captioning the group snapshot 'target practice'.

Sarah Palin has slammed daughter Bristol's former fiance after he filed the court papers seeking custody of Sailor as well as child support from Bristol.

ISarah responded by telling Entertainment Tonight in a statement; 'For many months we have been trying to reach out to Dakota Myers [sic] and he has wanted nothing to do with either Bristol's pregnancy or the baby.'

She then said that Meyer is just trying to 'save face'.

Bristol's rep also released a statement, saying: 'My values are such that a real American hero doesn't ask for child support.'

Meyer, 27, previously implied he was the father of Sailor shortly after her birth when he wrote on Twitter: 'Best Christmas present ever!! I couldn't be more proud of this little blessing.'

He also included a photo of Bristol, 25, holding the newborn.

Bristol's rep David Martin said that he does not know how Meyer obtained that photo.

It is the second child for Bristol, who is not married but was engaged to Meyer, a Marine Medal of Honor recipient, earlier this year.

The two called off their wedding just days before it was set to take place over Memorial Day weekend in Kentucky.

Bristol claimed earlier this year that the pregnancy had been planned.

The 25 year old wrote on her blog that she had always 'wanted more kids' and 'to have a bigger family'.

'Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself,' wrote Bristol.

'Things didn't go as planned, but life keeps going. I do not regret this baby. This baby is not a disappointment and I cannot wait to be a mom times two.'

Sgt. Meyer met Sarah and Bristol while filming an episode of Sarah's outdoor-based show Amazing America in May 2013, and he and Bristol announced their engagement last March.

He popped the question while the two were in Las Vegas at a Rascal Flatts concert.

Sgt. Meyer, who served in the Marines for four years, was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Barack Obama in 2011.

He was given the top award after repeatedly charging into a kill zone during a 2009 ambush in Kunar Province, Afghanistan in search of four of his missing comrades.

He was able to rescue 36 troops and kill eight Taliban attackers despite being shot in the arms. He was not able to save his four fellow Marines, but went back and carried their bodies out.

Following the engagement, he also shared his excitement on social media, saying: 'I'm definitely the luckiest guy ever to be able to spend the rest of my life with [Bristol].'

Palin had six-year-old Tripp, with former fiancΓ© Levi Johnston.

She gave birth to the little boy when she was just 17 and she and Johnson ultimately broke up in 2009.

Since her mother's failed bid to become vice president in 2008, Bristol has appeared on Dancing with the Stars and featured in her own Lifetime show with her son, Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp.

She also released a best-selling memoir in 2011, Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far.

Well that settles it then.  Pretty soon the world will know whether or not Dakota fathered Sailor.

It's a lose-lose situation for Bristol.  The world will find out she cheated on Dakota, or she will have to give in to Dakota's demands.

FWIW, I don't think Dakota will make that great of a dad, with his drinking but look at the alternative-Bristol and the rest of the Palins.  Dakota's extended family seems a lot more stable than the Palins and Heaths.

In memory of the six people who died thanks to people like Sarah Palin and Jared Loughner

Since the 2016 Election will more than likely focus on gun safety, I'm calling it gun safety, not gun control, I will be posting a memorial post on the anniversary of each major massacre.

Five years ago today six people died in Tucson AZ at the hands of a deranged gunman, Jared Loughner.

Judge John Roll

Gabe Zimmerman (Rep Gabby Gifford's staff member)

Christina Taylor Green (nine years old)

Dot Morris, age 76

Phyllis Schneck, age 79

Dorwin Stoddard, age 76

And thanks to assholes like Sarah Palin, it has only gotten worse:


Thursday, January 7, 2016

Let the mudslinging begin! Dakota Meyer sues for custody of Bristol's daughter Sailor Palin



Sailor Grace Palin was born on December 23, 2015.  Dakota posted on his Twitter account on Christmas Eve this:

Best Christmas present ever!! I couldn't be more proud of this little blessing.
3:08 PM - 24 Dec 2015 

Now Dakota wants custody AND child support!

From TMZ!

Bristol Palin's new baby daddy may no longer be a mystery ... her ex-fiance says he's the daddy, and he's gunning for some serious custody.

Dakota Meyer filed legal docs, obtained by TMZ, in which he claims he's the biological father of 3-week-old Sailor.

Dakota wants a judge to award him joint legal and physical custody.  

Bristol has never publicly revealed the identity of the father. She and Dakota broke up 3 months after conception.

Bristol's baby daddy wants one more thing ... child support. 

All I can say is...HOLY SHIT!

Fighting Dakota is going to be like like running through quicksand for Bristol.  Dakota has more money, better lawyers, and more name recognition than Levi ever had.  And if Sarah and Bristol try to trash him like they did Levi, the public will really turn on them.  

This is a win-win.  Either Dakota gets custody, or Bristol does and looks like the bitch she is in trying to keep a MOH from his child.

And a DNA test will settle once and for all who is Sailor's daddy.  If Dakota isn't, then Bristol is confirmed as the slut we all know and loathe.

And Granny Skanky has to put in her two cents in and can't even get Dakota's last name right:

Two weeks after Bristol Palin gave birth to daughter Sailor Grace, her ex-fiancΓ©, Dakota Meyer, is claiming to be the biological father and seeking joint custody.

Bristol's mother, former vice-presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, spoke to ET exclusively about Meyer's claims.

"For many months we have been trying to reach out to Dakota Myers [sic] and he has wanted nothing to do with either Bristol's pregnancy or the baby," Palin told ET.

"Paramount to the entire Palin family is the health and welfare of Sailor Grace," she added, claiming that Meyer is attempting to "save face."

Meyer filed legal documents on Monday alleging that he's Sailor Grace's father, and is seeking joint custody of the newborn girl, as well as child support.

Bristol, who has never publicly revealed the identity of Sailor's father, got engaged to Meyer in March 2015 and planned to get married two months later in May. One week before the wedding was set to take place, the nuptials were called off. In June, it was revealed that she was expecting.

Bristol's rep, David Martin, also addressed Meyer's legal filing, telling ET, "My values are such that a real American hero doesn't ask for child support."

Meyer, a Marine Corps veteran and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, shared a photo of Sailor Grace to Instagram, shortly after she was born on Dec. 23.


Meyer captioned the photo, "Best Christmas present ever!! I couldn't be more proud of this little blessing."