Sunday, March 22, 2009



We are asking you to join us this week in a project that is near and dear to all of us who believe in LIFE. To visit the site where this project originated, see this link.  

Here is how you can help: 
  • First, tell everyone you know. 
  • Second, purchase a red envelope and address it to President Obama at the White House. Here is his address: President Barack Obama, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Washington , D.C. 20500. (the red symbolizes the blood that has been shed)
  • Third, write this or a similar message on the back: This envelope represents one child who died in abortion. It is empty because that life was unable to offer anything to the world. Responsibility begins with conception.
  • Finally, and most importantly, mail your EMPTY envelope on March 31, or as soon thereafter as you are able. Visit this link and let them know how many you have mailed. 
The goal is to send one envelope for every precious life that has been extinguished by abortion, every CHILD who died before being given an opportunity to live life. Most importantly, we hope and pray that a message will be sent to our President, and that his heart will be changed as a result. 

Thank you for your help!

Are You Mad?

Okay, I don't like the profanity in this movie clip, but otherwise it seems so appropriate for how many Americans feel today that I couldn't help but share it. (don't forget to pause the video feed to the right of your screen)

**Again, language alert**

Some Noteworthy Posts

I found two very interesting posts regarding Governor Palin's continuing legal battles. 

See the following links:

It seems that even in Alaska, the trolls are working overtime to ruin this amazing family. I hope she does create a legal fund, and if she does, I will do all I can to help promote it. 

Happy reading!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Obama Gaffes It Up--Again**UDATED**

It's almost getting comical, if it weren't so embarrassing. Our President, after a week of embarrassment in a meeting with the Irish Prime Minister on Tuesday,  stuck his foot in his mouth on the Tonight Show on Thursday night by comparing his bowling scores to those in the Special Olympics. (link here) He's quickly becoming the laughing stock of the world. (meanwhile, a Special Olympian challenges Obama to a bowling match--see link here)

While I do not think our President intentionally poked fun at the handicapped, I think his gaffe points to a bigger issue, which is his inability to speak without the direction of a teleprompter lest he mess up and tell the world who he really is. Furthermore, I think it points to a lack of character, which comes as no surprise. I can only imagine the firestorm that would have ensued had President Bush been so insensitive. 

President Obama and the liars that now inhabit Congress are making a mockery of our nation and all that it stands for. Never before in our nation's history has there been so much acceptance of criminal behavior, blatant lies, and the outright destruction of our freedom--all while the mainstream media spreads the propaganda fed to them by the administration and the numb skulls who voted for him soak it all up with a naivety that we've not seen in this country before now. 

Meanwhile, while the President is out poking fun at the Special Olympics, Governor Palin recently gave a speech to the 2009 Special Olympics (see below) and here are her remarks regarding Obama's latest gaffe. 

**Yet another embarrassment being released by the French media. For more on this story,
see this link.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Let's Revisit The Facts...And Set The Record Straight

I just finished watching the video that John Ziegler released in February, "Media Malpractice: How Obama Got Elected And Palin Was Targeted".  It was amazing,  eye-opening, and I hope that one day the American public will have the opportunity to see it in it's entirety on a major network. The film inspired me to do something we haven't done in quite sometime, primarily because the numbskull's in the mainstream media are still perpetuating the lies they told during the election, and, in large part, many uninformed Americans still believe every single word. 

I started this blog in late August, the day Sarah Palin was introduced to the nation. Before that, she was a little known, much loved Governor from the state of Alaska. I had heard of her on the airwaves a few times and knew she was a strong conservative, but I knew little else. If I'd had to rely solely on the mainstream media, I would have instantly thought she was the devil himself. It became abundantly clear from the outset that they hated her, and would do everything in their power to destroy her and her family--even if it meant creating a story where there was none. It didn't take much effort to find the truth about every lie that was perpetuated. I find it incredible that at least half of the American public couldn't exercise just a shred of decency and do some digging to find out if what they were hearing was, indeed, accurate. Since my high school days, I've been intrigued by the lack of accuracy in journalism in the mainstream media. I wrote term papers and speeches on it way back in the 80's. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what the truth is--just a bit of effort. 

Shortly after I started the blog, and really before I had much of anything on it, I began to get tons of traffic. I realized I may have a great opportunity to reach people who may not be informed, and those just looking for someone of like mind. Soon, the local newspaper called and wanted an interview. I was both surprised and shocked. Surprised at the fairness of our local political reporter, and shocked at how both he and I were treated after the article was published. Local bloggers and newspapers jumped on the story and made every attempt to make me look like a crazy person, when in fact I was simply an American mom voicing my opinion about someone I had grown to have a great deal of respect for. One blogger suggested I be jailed for child abuse because I home school our children. I quickly realized, on a very minute scale, what Governor Palin must be going through. Truth is, it had only just begun. 

I began getting a few calls for interviews, and quite honestly had little interest in talking to local affiliates, local radio and print outlets after how I'd just been treated...I'm a busy wife and mom, and now had added blogging to my plate which quickly became a part time job. A few weeks later, I received a call from the producer of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360. Frankly, I was honored by the call, but not as excited as one might think. I am not naive. I know what CNN's about--and that's not fairness in media. I returned the call, half thinking it may be a prank call since I'd begun getting lots of those in recent weeks, and it turned out to be genuine. The producer, Diana Miller, and reporter, Randi Kaye, did a short phone interview and asked if they could come to my home and conduct a taped interview. I told them I'd talk it over with my husband while they tried to work out the logistics, and we agreed to talk again in a few hours. After talking it over with my family, I decided to accept. I knew full well what this could mean, but I felt that if my mission was for conservative women to be heard, then I'd use whatever medium came my way that enabled me to do that. I've been widely criticized by the left for accepting an interview from the very media that I criticize, and yet people on the left do the same thing on a regular basis. The crew came, set up in our tiny home, and a handful of other local conservative moms came to take part in the interview. I have made it clear from the outset, I am a Christian conservative, and make no apologies for it. The ladies that came to participate in the interview were also mostly Christians, and it was suggested that we pray before beginning the interview. I agreed, and before we began, the cameraman stopped us and said he wanted to film us praying. My gut told me to say no, but having nothing to hide, I agreed. That would prove to be a mistake. 

The interview proceeded, and all things considered, it went fairly well. I am a big believer in living in the moment, and decided to just let go of my reservations and enjoy the process--knowing full well who I was dealing with. I don't mean to suggest that everyone working for the various mainstream networks has an agenda-I actually very much enjoyed the time I spent with the crew that came, but it doesn't take a great deal of effort to figure out that the vast majority of networks do. The 3 1/2 minute interview (pieced together from nearly 4 hours of taping) would prove just that. We'd talked about a lot of issues, and what they aired was a piece about religious "fans" of Sarah Palin. They took some of the worst parts of the interview and pieced together quite a different picture than the interview I remembered. (I wish I could link to the interview, but CNN has removed it from their site. I was promised a copy and never received it. This is where it used to be. This is the post I did the day it was filmed.)

As I stated earlier, all things considered, the piece was fair enough--for CNN. I wouldn't have expected more. What I wasn't prepared for was the firestorm that followed. It became quite an example of who actually watches CNN, as thousands of commenters flooded the site during the wee hours of the morning following the interview. Many stated clearly that it was their intent to shut down the site, while many others openly admitted working for the Obama campaign. Thankfully, blogger was able to handle the traffic and they were unable to shut me down. My mistake was in not filtering the comments--and doing so manually took hours of time, even with the help of several people. There were death threats, threats of violence, people posted my address and phone number, and most comments were full of filth and profanity. Those who came to leave positive comments were quickly overshadowed, and soon disappeared. The liberals trying to shut down my site began following my supporters via their user names and email addresses and threatening them. Several received death threats simply for leaving a message of support on my site, many experienced a huge influx of unwanted spam. The liberals successfully stopped the vast majority of conservatives from commenting openly on the site, but they were completely UNsuccessful in stopping me. They even hacked into my paypal account and took money that was being given to charity. I've never taken kindly to being bullied, and this was a classic case. I've become quite aware that when a liberal cannot argue on the issues, they quickly resort to attacks both physical and personal, and at the very least they simply call you a racist.

Why am I sharing this now? To set the record straight. I still have commenters that come here spewing blatant lies, and one major thing has changed. Thanks to them, I have grown quite a thick skin. I still receive hate mail. Some has been turned over to the authorities, but most goes in the trash with a laugh and roll of the eyes. That someone would waste their time to write something so stupid and pay postage for it shows their need to truly be a patient at Bellevue, not just a visitor in our special spot for crazy liberals. Some still even waste their time calling in the middle of the night--again, it's laughable that they waste their time, and it gives me an abundantly clear picture of most of those who blindly voted for Barrack Hussein Obama. I was accused of being a "hayseed" because I filmed barefooted, when in fact it was simply because I was told my feet would not be shown. (when I asked for time to go get my shoes) I'm a very laid back person, and walking barefoot in my own home prior to the taping is not something that would be out of the ordinary for me. Shoes, in our home, are left at the door (for sanitary reasons) unless a guest fails to notice. I was accused of selling t-shirts just to make money (imagine that--making money off t-shirts I paid to have designed!) when, in fact, I required that my t-shirts NOT be made a primary subject of the interview. Additionally, a portion of the proceeds went to a charity for down syndrome. My family is not wealthy, as many "accused" after watching the interview. Because we have great taste in decorating (if I may say so myself!) and bargain hunting, some interpreted that as us being wealthy. Contrary to the accusations of laziness, I do listen to Rush Limbaugh, and sometimes Shawn Hannity, nearly every day as I do my housework after a morning filled with teaching our children. I home school because we cannot afford to send our children to a private school here in Florida, and the Florida public school system is one of the worst in the country. My motivation? My husband, my brother, and my dear father--all veterans of our armed forces, one still serving at home in another capacity. I have seen the price that is paid for freedom, not through eyes that have been on the battlefield, but through the eyes of a brother, husband, and father; and the memories told me by my precious mother of a father who nearly lost his life. You see, I really am simply a very blessed daughter, sister, wife and mommy who had enough and decided it was time to let my voice be heard.  I felt that conservative women had been silent for far too long, and wanted to do my part to motivate others to scream from the mountaintops what is right and true. This blog is my mountaintop.

So, there you have it...that's my story. I continue to be amazed at how the vast majority of people in this country blindly follow the mainstream media with no clue that perhaps there's an underlying agenda. Those of us who actually dig up the truth and report it, no matter how small our medium is, are attacked and targeted simply for telling the truth. Funny thing is, when you're telling the truth, you have nothing to lose by continuing....and so I do, with a great deal 
of gratitude for my faithful readers. I know there are now many great conservative blogs out there, many you will find links to on the bottom right side of this blog, that are far better than this one--but, remember this: we are in this together, and as long as I have the ability, I will continue to do what I can to make this a blog worthy of your time. 

God bless.

The Gift That Keeps On Giving!

That Joe Biden is one generous guy, he just keeps on giving....see this link and this link

And...wouldn't ya know it? TOTUS (Teleprompter of the United States) has it's own blog now! Check it out here.  (and might I add that whoever came up with this is brilliant!)

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Palin Adversary Gets Obama Administration Position

It seems that Alaska State Senator Kim Elton, who was one of the leading critics against Governor Palin during the elections has just been awarded quite a nice job with the Obama administration. He will serve as the Director of Alaska Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior. Hmmm. Shocking. See the rest of the story here

The Great Depression? Really?

I'm somewhat amused as I hear people on the left like Obama, and MANY others, talk about the desperate times we are in. So desperate that we've not seen a crisis so bad since the Great Depression.  I'm amused, not because-no doubt-times are tough and growing more so by the day, but because each time I drive by the Walmart that is right by my house, or the Target that is right down the road, or the mall across town, the parking lots are packed. I haven't been in any one of these venues in the mid afternoon or evening  hours when I haven't had to wait in line to pay. I haven't been to a gas station when I haven't been able to get the gas I need to fill up my vehicle. Restaurants are packed. Folks, times aren't ideal for sure, but we are NOT in desperate times-at least not yet. We are NOWHERE NEAR a Great-Depression-like crisis, and our President is lying when he says (over and over and over) that we are. (although his tune has changed somewhat since some of the latest polls have been released) This economy isn't even nearly as bad as the recession we had in 1982, thanks to good ole Jimmy Carter! This downturn in the economy did not begin until the Democrats took back the house and Senate in '06. That's another post for another day, but the fact remains: Democrats and their supposed leader are out to destroy the American economy as we know it. There is no doubt about it now, as Obama intentionally talks down the market on a daily basis. He needs it to fail in order to destroy capitalism so that he can then continue to implement his Marxist agenda. 

Don't you think it's about time that Americans, whatever our party persuasion, start doing our homework? For far too long, we've just kind of coasted along, living life in our own respective bubbles, the vast majority of us never paying attention to what's going on around us, much less what's going on in Washington!? I believe with all of my heart that the reason Republicans lost the White House this November is because far too many of us were living just like what I described, and Republicans have moved way too far to the middle. I had so many women tell me prior to the election..."well, I just really don't pay attention to politics, I leave that to others". Well, let me ask you something moms: if not now, when? What will it take for you to begin to wake up and realize that your child's future is being threatened? Dads? What about you? What about protecting your family? Kids? You'd better wake up and pay attention, it is YOUR future that President Barack Hussein Obama is ruining. Think this multi-trillion dollar stimulus is great? Where is the money going to come from to pay this price tag? You got it: YOUR pocket and MY pocket, but worst of all, our CHILDREN'S pockets. This new budget-the one that we are promised has no earmarks and no taxes raised-baloney. It's chock full of earmarks, to the tune of $7.7 billion, and don't think for a second your taxes won't get raised to pay for it. 

I had a woman leave a comment here yesterday citing an article that had been written after the election on the subject 'we should all come together and sing Kum-ba-yah now and get along"..."give Obama a chance". I have to say that while I was (and am) sure that Obama had a different intention than those he spouted during his campaign (based on his history, character and associations), I hoped I was wrong. I was angry after the election was over. Not because we lost, that's life. We win some, we lose some. I was angry because I knew a day like this was coming. It was already clear for those of us intelligent enough to see it. I have, however, been shocked at how quickly he has taken the veil off--I thought he'd try to dupe the masses a bit longer. Some are, but many are beginning to have their eyes opened. Many are beginning to realize that this "man child", this "messiah" they all adore is not who he said he was. Many are backtracking. I hope this means many Americans will begin to think for themselves. I hope they will begin to realize that this media they all hold in such high regard are nothing more than (in Rush Limbaugh's words, not mine) "butt boys" for the Obama administration. Did you know that the talking heads at the various mainstream networks are briefed with talking points every day by the Obama administration? It makes sense! After all, why else would they all be spouting the same garbage? They are being used and milked for all they're worth, and are rendered completely irrelevant in the end. It would be quite amusing if it weren't so sad. These are the kind of antics that regimes use to dupe the masses, and the Obama regime has gotten quite good at it in short order. But to my earlier point, I'll not be putting my head in the sand and singing Kum-ba-yah with President Obama or any others that somehow believe that if we just hope and support this new President enough, he'll do the right thing! I will support NO ONE that is actively trying to destroy this great nation and all that she stands for.

I haven't done another installment for the 'What is Conservatism?' series of posts (part one & part two) I am doing yet because of a very sick baby, so instead, I wanted to post the speech Rush Limbaugh gave at the CPAC conference last weekend. It was brilliant, funny (as always), honest and eye opening--there are many great teachable moments within. I hope you'll watch it and learn from it, as many great Americans already have. 

Part One:

Part Two:

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Part Ten: