Sarah Palin to Host New TV Show on the Sportsman Channel
I can’t wait to watch this show…
Cultural, Political and Media Force, Palin Returns to Unscripted Television as Sportsman Channel’s “First Lady of the Outdoors”
New Berlin, WI (December 9 2013) Former U.S. vice presidential candidate, governor, best-selling author and original “Mama Grizzly” Sarah Palin returns to series television on Sportsman Channel to host a new show – the first part of the network’s “Red, Wild & Blue America” programming plan – for the fast-growing outdoor lifestyle network. Titled “Amazing America with Sarah Palin,” the weekly series will premiere in April 2014. The announcement was made today by Gavin Harvey, CEO of Sportsman Channel.
Sarah Palin is going to remain a powerful force in American politics and that’s a good thing. Even if she never runs for office again, she’ll continue to serve as a conscience for the Republican Party.
Even the Washington Post knows she’s not leaving anytime soon…
Why Sarah Palin is here to stay
Merry Christmas spoken here.
That could have been the slogan at Sarah Palin’s book-signing on Friday at the Billy Graham Library. As she greeted admirers, surrounded by the lights, trees and decorations, her message came across loud and clear.
“She’s gorgeous,” someone said, after she appeared to loud applause from the crowd. And she was, dressed in black pants and a black patterned lace top – glasses on, hair up and pen ready.
Many of those waiting in line wore a pin that read “It’s OK to Wish Me a Merry Christmas,” carrying through the theme of Palin’s book “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas,” which sees the freedom to express the Christian values of the season under siege.
While some, including me, may believe stampede-triggering Thanksgiving Day sales more of a threat to those values than an innocently expressed greeting of “Happy Holidays,” the latter is indeed a problem, according to some in Friday’s enthusiastic crowd. (There were 68 cars in line for Palin’s scheduled 10 a.m. appearance when a library representative arrived at 7 a.m., she said.)