There’s a TV commercial currently running for MLB featuring Baltimore Orioles slugger Adam Jones. In it, the narrator says of Jones “When he’s not playing baseball, he’s watching baseball. When he’s not watching baseball, he’s reading about baseball. When he’s not reading about baseball, he’s listening to baseball. And when he’s not listening to baseball, he’s playing baseball.” Let’s just say: I hear ya, Adam.
After Trump’s appearance on The Palin Update with Kevin Scholla on Mama Grizzly Radio, all of the lightweights entered the ring as expected. Salon, Mediaite, Huffington Post and the like resorted to their usual tired tactics. Belittling Governor Palin every chance they get. Dismissing her, yet devoting story after story to her. Seeing the snark come from these circles wan’t too surprising.
Basically Trump is giving us all a choice. Do you want recycled, teleprompter reliant, weak kneed, poll obsessed, go along to get along professional politicians or do you want an American with a remarkable track record who will not hold back in words or action?
Drug addict celebrities who fall off the wagon again and again are praised. A woman becomes pregnant, chooses life, and gets attacked. This is the upside down world we are living in. It’s also the latest development in the saga of ‘How The Palins Turn’ or perhaps more appropriately How (Everything) The Palins (Do Makes Someone’s Head) Turn (Spin).
As the New York Mets find themselves in a pennant race for the first time in years, largely due to stellar pitching, many have been calling for the team to make a move for some bats. The term “professional hitter” has been thrown around lately on the radio talk shows and in print. The Mets need to add a “professional hitter” they say. Each time I’ve heard that phrase of late Darryl Hamilton came to mind.
Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer tossed a no-hitter on Saturday against the Pittsburgh Pirates. An incredible feat for the Nats ace for sure, but Scherzer came oh-so close to joining an even more exclusive club.
There’s an amazing effort each year at this time that encourages runners and walkers to dedicate the miles they put in on Memorial Day to American heroes who paid the ultimate price for our freedom and liberty. The Wear Blue: Run to Remember Event was started by Lisa Hallett, the widow of a fallen soldier as a way to honor her husband and all of our military members who gave all for us.
A Miss America finalist, an Army National Guard sergeant, and a bow hunter, Theresa Vail is the quintessential renaissance woman. And now you can watch her tackle some brand new adventures in an exciting TV series.
After Floyd Mayweather’s unanimous decision victory over Manny Pacquiao on Saturday, social media lit up with complaints, rants, and tantrums. The epic bitching made legendary SNL characters Doug and Wendy Whiner look like optimists. The irony of it all is that all those supposed “boxing fans” crying in their beer got exactly what they paid for.
What a difference a few years makes. In 2009, looking to add a new dimension to their offense the Philadelphia Eagles signed convicted dog-fighting honcho Mike Vick. Almost six years later, the same team has agreed to terms with another mobile quarterback: Tim Tebow.
The grand-old game returns with all the makings of a very interesting season. While most agree the Nationals, Dodgers, and Mariners should be pretty darn good, and the Phillies, Diamondbacks, and Rangers should be, well, pretty darn bad, a slew of teams present a huge spectrum of possibilities.
Back to the drawing board. DePaul basketball finds itself in a familiar unenviable situation once again. The Blue Demons are looking for a head coach. After five losing years at the helm, Oliver Purnell has resigned and left a big opening at the Big East school.
He was called a bench warmer, the best 15th man of all-time, and a babysitter to Dennis Rodman. All were true at some point, but Jack Haley was much more. The former UCLA center and nine-year NBA player died this week of heart disease. He was only 51 years old. Haley is being remembered fondly.
Last year, it was Southern Methodist. This time around it’s Temple. Teams are sensing an anti-American sentiment coming from the NCAA selection committee. And we’re not talking about anti-Americanism in the sense of the flag-grabbing students at UC-Irvine.
A strong season of Amazing America with Sarah Palin wrapped up just how it started—in unique and interesting fashion. Where else could you see robotic deer decoys, wedding bells and shotgun shells, urban anglers and cruising with California game wardens
After Tuesday night’s win over Seton Hall, the DePaul University women’s basketball team captured the Big East championship for a second straight season. Two years in a row is something to be proud of for sure, but for Maureen Dillon it’s been over two decades of being a true champion.
All-new, back-to-back episodes of Amazing America with Sarah Palin treated viewers to a bomb disarming robot, a home inside an abandoned missile silo, a special hunting excursion for veterans, and a profile of a true American hero known as The Horse Soldier. This eclectic hour of entertainment truly showcased just how amazing Americans can be.
After a grueling week of battling the elements and dozens of other athletes, Todd Palin returned from another Iron Dog.
On the latest edition of Amazing America with Sarah Palin, viewers were treated to stories of love through hunting. The stars of the show are truly selfless heroes–men and women who set up dream hunts for terminally ill children and brave members of the FDNY and NYPD.
The former governor of Alaska, the only Republican woman to ever run on a national ticket, captivated those in attendance at CPACs 2012-2014.On Thursday she did it yet again.
The Cleveland Browns are unique and easily recognizable. They’re the only team with no logo on either side of their helmet. They remain the only major sports franchise with brown as one of their base colors. Therefore, when people see them, they automatically recognize them. That’s a good thing. It’s not a fashion contest—it’s sports.
While many in the contiguous 48 states will be watching the Daytona 500 and the Oscars Sunday, the eyes of Alaska focus on the Iron Dog. The grueling snowmachine race has been going strong since 1984. For the 22nd time, former Alaska First Gentleman Todd Palin competes.
Want to cut pork in Washington, DC? Perhaps the inept politicians should call on former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Her resume speaks for itself. On the latest episode of Amazing America with Sarah Palin, viewers were treated to an inside look at the Priefert Ranch. There, Palin got her hands dirty, running equipment, herding cattle and yes—hunting hogs. Palin brought home the bacon.
Not all amazing Americans are people. Some are of the four-legged variety. This week’s edition of “Amazing America with Sarah Palin” highlighted dogs that make a substantial difference in their communities.
Teaching children to learn how to hunt and fish—you would think such an endeavor would be met with a pat on the back and accolades galore. Instead a bow hunter in California endures death threats for her program Bring a Kid Hunting