What an opportunity! Piper and her basketball team are traveling to Oregon for a girl's hoops tour. This is so good for expanding the student-athletes' worldview. I'll bet it makes the girls open their eyes to the world beyond their own hometown; it will surely allow a greater appreciation for "home" and the security only home can provide, and the cursory "advantages" of being Outside. Telling, the only picture Piper's sent so far is from a Jack in the Box counter, thinking it so unique because we don't have one here up North. (I'm sure she'll find inspiration in venues beyond Jack in the Box on this trip!) They WILL see evidence though of America's beauty everywhere we look.
- Sarah Palin
Thursday 30th of October 2014 01:39:25 AM
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I enjoyed talking On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, and you can catch the replay of it later tonight. In discussing the response to Ebola, I made the point that every crisis will be capitalized on by a liberal federal government as an excuse to expand government authority. The Obama administration made clear early on that they abide by the Alinsky tactic to “never let a crisis go to waste.” The latest crisis has been drummed up by their incompetent reaction to the spread of Ebola. The purpose of any crisis for them is to ultimately exert more control over people as more Americans become fearful; the "solution" they'll offer will be another false big government promise: "Hey, little people, just give up more freedom in exchange for our promise of a little security!" Obviously with this Washington liberal M.O. we are losing both.
We do need to keep each level of government accountable. I agree with state governors who are filling this Obama leadership void and setting rules to tackle Ebola because the leader of the country cannot do it, and the 10th Amendment protects states rights in a case like this. But beware of allowing any level of government (especially the federal government) even an inch more power over the people. Liberals can turn that inch into the LAST mile toward statism. That's why politics must be excised from the Ebola issue, and the medical and scientific community must be listened to by the Obama Administration. They MUST put Americans first, and we must not buy into any hysteria as we calmly yet aggressively keep the Ebola virus out of our country.
- Sarah Palin
Monday 27th of October 2014 08:48:29 PM