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Poll: Which GOP Candidate/s Would Welcome Palin in an Administration?

By Isabel Matos

The first GOP presidential debate is just around the corner (only ten days from now). The ball is already rolling, so it would be curious to see how many of the candidate/s would offer Sarah Palin a cabinet position she would accept in their administration should he/she become POTUS?

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Sarah Palin’s PAC is spending more on hotels and travel than on Republican candidates

Like her television career, Sarah Palin’s political action committee — once a veritable money machine fuelling the former Republican vice presidential nominee’s ambitions — has entered the doldrums. 691 more words

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Palin Facebook Post Asks Which Killed 90,000 Black Babies Last Year: Confederate Flag Or Planned Parenthood

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is going after Planned Parenthood after two stealthily recorded videos showed officials discussing how they provided aborted fetal organs for research. 397 more words

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Sarah Palin, Which Killed More Black People: Confederate Flag or Planned Parenthood?

Sarah Palin is the next public figure to speak up about the confederate flag, Planned Parenthood and African Americans via Facebook.

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Why Doesn't Sarah Just Declare a Run?

By Isabel Matos

On July 21st, 2015, Republican Governor of Ohio, John Kasich, declared a run for president (making a total of 16 GOP nominees!) I kind of joked about it on my wall saying most of the candidates are there to run for Jeb’s VP slot since he is the inevitable choice the RNC will back. 163 more words

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Verse 49 of the Obama Impeachment song. Planned Parenthood killing fields.

Verse 49 of the Obama Impeachment song (as if sung by Obama to the tune of “Please release me, let me go”)

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Online manipulation (aka FUD), USA vs Russia [Ethan Zuckerman]

Article discusses the use of contemporary advertising propaganda techniques to erode trust in online information sources, with the result that the public (in the US??) is confused and therefore spends more time pondering conspiracy theories. 56 more words