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Here is her most interesting interview with Yaron Brook, Executive Director of the Ayn Rand Institute. ☞
That was followed by a stirring interview with Ambassador John Bolton. ☞
Here’s a link to the story behind the Bosch Fawstin graphic referred to in the interview.
Also, here is a link to the Canada Free Press article referenced by Steve Hook during the interview. DHS insider: It’s about to get very ugly ~ by Douglas J. Hagmann.
In early May, the following announcement was published in several local news stories, including this piece by Kerri Sandaine in The Lewiston Tribune.
Republic High School is excited to announce that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has accepted the invitation of the senior class to serve as the 2013 commencement speaker on June 1. After an extensive campaign by the senior class, led by class president Tyler Weyer, that included weeks of coordinated letter writing, emails, tweets, and a full facebook campaign including photographs, the senior class realized their dream to have Governor Palin speak at their commencement ceremony.
Snark followed in a Seattle Weekly opinion piece published here. Governor Palin responded via this Tweet and Facebook post:
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) May 31, 2013
The KHQ news story (with reporting by KHQ’s Katie Steiner ):
The after story ~ featured in The Spokesman-Review:
REPUBLIC, Wash. – Former Alaska governor and Republican firebrand Sarah Palin brought a gift and a surprise for residents of this town of 1,100 who crowded the high school gym to celebrate its graduation Saturday afternoon. Grads found the gift taped under their chairs onstage: a dollar bill. The currency taught a life lesson, Palin said.
“You gotta get off your butt to make a buck,” Palin said, to cheers from the crowd of 700 or so who had nabbed tickets to the event. Read more here.
From all of us ★Palinistas★, a special thanks to Governor Sarah Palin for your many acts of “plain, ordinary, everyday kindness”, and for championing the values, dreams, and ”hard work and perseverance” of many of us who hail from “Small Town America”.
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Steve is discussing. Toggle Comments
Have a listen: ☞
WA-State’s Cathy McMorris Rodgers & Jaime Hererra Beutler featured on ABC This Week “Moms on Capitol Hill” Spotlight
ABC’s “This Week” had a glimpse inside an exclusive club on Capitol Hill: women who give birth while serving in Congress. Rep. Jaime Hererra Beutler (R-WA) recently announced her pregnancy, and will become the ninth woman to have a baby while serving in Congress. Before announcing her pregnancy, Rep. Beutler reached out to Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), mother to 4-year old Joaquin, for advice.
“Probably the best piece of advice I give to women who are trying to juggle career and family is you really have to learn to be forgiving of your own self,” Sanchez told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz. “When you have a lot of balls in the air, this is what I tell women, inevitably, one or two are gonna fall. And you can’t beat yourself up about it.”
Women currently hold 98 of the 535 seats in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) – the first woman to give birth twice while serving in Congress – said the female lawmakers rely on one another for support.
“There’s some days that I think, ‘Okay, I have this figured out.’ And then the next day it feels like it’s all fallin’ apart,” Rodgers said. “And that’s where it’s good to be able to talk with other working moms on Capitol Hill that understand, that can relate to you, and give you those words of encouragement.”
The women said there are many unique challenges that come with being a working mom in Congress – including picking up their children from school between Congressional votes and flying back to their home districts with young children in tow.
But Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), mother of two, believes motherhood gives them a unique perspective in Washington, and encouraged more women to seek public office.
“I want more women in government. I want more women members of Congress,” Gillibrand said. “Because even though we shouldn’t have to be the bearers of these issues, we passionately are, because we see it. We see the challenge every day.”
CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson is daring to report the truth about the Benghazi terror attack. Will CBS respond by firing the award winning reporter? Find out as John Phillips, Michelle Fields and Tammy Bruce discuss the news of the day, including the declining sales at fast food chains. Is First Lady Michelle Obama putting them out of business? Also, hear an update from Col. Allen West about the Benghazi hearings, in addition to the latest revelation about the Cleveland man who became a hero to millions after freeing Amanda Berry.
Here is the audio for this program ☞☞
Subscribers to PJTV can view the full program here: http://www.nextgeneration.tv/s/GEZDKMZV
Thanks for all the Hannity tweets. If you have access to his radio archive, we talked about that topic in depth in the 5 pm hour today.
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) April 30, 2013
Topic: The abhorrence of live-birth abortions!
HANNITY Radio Segment – Part 1 ☞
HANNITY Radio Segment – Part 2 ☞
And here’s the television segment ☞☞
As a bonus, here is her “A-Team” segment with Lou Dobbs on Fox Business – ALSO from today! ☞☞
I’ll be on Fox & Friends Wkend, Sat at 615am ET, talking about congressional hypocrites giving themselves ObamaCare waivers. @ffweekend
— Tammy Bruce (@HeyTammyBruce) April 26, 2013