Guess which religion’s property the troops CAN visit in uniform

Non-sponsorship.

 

Ohio National Guard unit in formation at the Noor Islamic Center and mosque in Hillard, OH, definitely not sponsoring a religion.  (Image: AP, Eamon Queeney via Columbus Dispatch and Akron Beacon Journal)
Ohio National Guard unit in formation at the Noor Islamic Center and mosque in Hillard, OH, definitely not sponsoring a religion. (Image: AP, Eamon Queeney via Columbus Dispatch and Akron Beacon Journal)

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Palin and the strategic impeachment question

Reclaiming rhetorical territory.

 

Strategy versus defensive analysis.
Strategy versus defensive analysis.

New post up at Liberty Unyielding.  Enjoy!

Palin warned Russia could invade Ukraine – back in 2008

Still smarter than the average mama bear.

Some things are just way too delicious.  Tony Lee, blogger of excellence at Breitbart’s Big Peace, reminds us of a point Sarah Palin made during the 2008 campaign:

After the Russian Army invaded the nation of Georgia, Senator Obama’s reaction was one of indecision and moral equivalence, the kind of response that would only encourage Russia’s Putin to invade Ukraine next.

And, as Lee recounts, Palin was roundly ridiculed in the foreign-affairs media for such “far-fetched” comments.

But, of course, she was as correct then as she would be today, for the following reasons: Continue reading “Palin warned Russia could invade Ukraine – back in 2008”

Sarah Palin zings Peggy Noonan: “Where were you in ’08?”

Right from the start.

Palin took to Facebook on Friday to chastise Peggy Noonan over her 2008-era enthusiasm for Barack Obama, after a Wednesday op-ed in the Wall Street Journal in which Noonan was mildly unenthusiastic about the Obama administration.

Noonan seemed to be having something of an epiphany as she watched the parade of political personalities filing into the chamber before the State of the Union address:

I watched at home and thought: They hate it. They being the people, whom we’re now supposed to refer to as the folks. But you look at Continue reading “Sarah Palin zings Peggy Noonan: “Where were you in ’08?””

Palin’s New Year’s resolutions: One base short of a grand slam?

Going for the win.

 

Resolved.
Resolved.

When I saw Sarah Palin announcing her New Year’s resolution to “make government as irrelevant as possible” in people’s lives, I thought she had hit the nail on the head, as she so often does.

I agreed also with her resolution to encourage people to apply former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden’s “Pyramid of Success” to their lives.  Her hope is that more and more Americans will take responsibility to live with integrity, Continue reading “Palin’s New Year’s resolutions: One base short of a grand slam?”