Happy birthday, Piper!
Proud mom Sarah Palin shared five photos of daughter Piper on Facebook today. View the full album here.
@sarahpalinusa Happy Birthday Piper! #YouRock
— RedBrightandTrue (@RedBrightandTru) March 19, 2013
Happy Birthday to a fellow March baby! MT @sarahpalinusa: “Happy Birthday, Piper Indi Grace!” fb.me/2vgMSOg5G”
— Michelle McCormick (@TexMex817) March 19, 2013
Haha great pix of Piper @sarahpalinusa! I love birthdays!
— Emily Baxter (@EmilyBaxterUSA) March 19, 2013
From “Going Rogue”:
Piper Indi Grace was born March 19, a Monday. Todd flies a Piper plane, but I just liked the name. “Indi” for “Independence” (though the Indy 500 is pretty cool too) and “Grace” for “God’s Grace.” The next day I took her by work when I checked in on City Hall. She was a fun and accommodating kid from the start, even arriving exactly on her due date.
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/03/19/aww-sarah-palin-shares-happy-birthday-piper-indi-grace-photo-album/
Oh boy! And all it took was a scandal in a Republican’s administration:
Just on its surface, Gregory’s tweet is asinine enough:
But when you consider that Gregory didn’t seem to feel that way about anything that happened on President Obama’s watch, his hackery grows exponentially:
Gee. He can’t recall. But maybe that’s because he’s still got his own burden to deal with:
What a colossal joke.
Twitchy coverage of David Gregory
Twitchy coverage of the NJ bridge scandal
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/01/09/disgrace-to-journalism-david-gregory-asks-horrifically-stupid-christie-question/
Not that critics of Phil Robertson need any extra assistance, but count frequent “Hannity” guest Michelle Fields among those who have labeled the “Duck Dynasty” star racist:
Fields also retweeted this:
The article linked above offered as “evidence” that Robertson is a racist puts words in his mouth. For example, Robertson never said African-Americans were “happier under Jim Crow,” but rather those words are the author’s interpretation of what Robertson said, which was a description of his personal experience in pre-civil rights Louisiana.
These tweeters would rather Fields judge Robertson based on what he actually said on this issue and not from separate, agenda-driven interpretations of those words:
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Fields has since deleted her tweet.
Fields responds to Twitchy’s post:
Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/12/20/michelle-fields-refers-to-phil-robertson-as-racist-evidence-for-claim-requested/