@barackobama has increased federal debt by $7.5 trillion to $18.2 trillion #palin #sarahpalin #palin2016

FEDERAL DEBT

The federal government drove $789,473,350,613.20 deeper into debt in calendar year 2014, an increase that equaled $6,875 per household, $7,458 per full-time year-round worker, and $8,853 per full-time year-round private-sector worker.

According to the Treasury, the debt started calendar year 2014 at $17,351,970,784,950.10 and ended it at $18,141,444,135,563.30.

When Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, the debt was $10,626,877,048,913.08. Since then, it has increased $7,514,567,086,650.22–which is $65,443 per household, $70,985 per full-time worker and $84,266 per full-time private-sector worker.

In 2013, according to the Census Bureau there were 105,862,000 full-time year-round workers in the United States. The $789,473,350,613.20 increase in the federal debt during 2014 worked out to $7,457.57 for each of those full-time year-round workers.

Those 105,862,000 full-time year-round workers included 16,685,000 federal, state and local government workers and 89,177,000 private-sector workers.

The $789,473,350,613.20 in new federal debt in 2014 equaled $8,852.88 for each of the 89,177,000 full-time private-sector workers in the country.

As of December 2013, there were 114,826,000 households in the country, according to the Census Bureau. The $789,473,350,613.20 in new debt equaled $6,875.39 per household.

Ten years ago, at the end of 2004, the federal debt was $7,596,142,802,424.14. Since then, it has grown by $10,545,301,333,139.16—an average pace of $1,054,530,133,313.92 per year.

CNSNews: Under Obama: Federal Debt Up $84,266 Per Full-Time Private-Sector Worker

gov #palin: i’m excited to visit w/ @seanhannity tonight via satellite from the crisp far north!

I’m excited to visit with Sean Hannity tonight via satellite from the crisp far North! (It’s 40-below up the highway, but wimps like me living in Alaska’s more balmy region get to bask in minus 7-degrees today.)
FOX airs Hannity at 10pm EST. Hopefully we’ll talk about new energy and leadership needed in Washington, and I’ll bet he and his huge, wonderful audience may want a take on the ridiculousness and danger of liberal hypocrisy rearing its head again and again – this time over a kid and a dog. I am humbled to get to share TRUTH with all of you.
Though radical elites don’t believe you deserve intelligent debate, 2015 will show them Americans are united in standing up against their double standards, their power grabs, and their disrespect of you. Finally then, we can ALL breathe!
Enjoy NBC’s take on a little boy and his best friend:

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governor #palin to return to #iowa for summit (#palin2016)

Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will take part in the Iowa Freedom Summit in Des Moines on Jan. 24.

The inaugural event is being held by Citizens United and Congressman Steve King. The summit will serve as a place to discuss conservative ideas, as people get ready for the upcoming Iowa caucuses next year.

Other featured guests include Ben Carson, Newt Gingrich, Senator Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Senator Rick Santorum and others. It will be held at Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines. For more information on the summit, go to IaFreedomSummit.com.

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smithsonian: governor #palin ’100 most significant americans of all time’

Sarah Palin has made the Smithsonian 100 Most Significant Americans list. Her place is among First Women. Notably absent from the list of most significant presidents: Barack Obama.

Sarah Palin is the first woman to be governor of the State of Alaska. She is the first woman to be a GOP VP candidate. She is also one of the first women to be a sportscaster. See Accomplishments for the complete list of all she has done and continues to do.

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Smithsonian took great pains to reduce or eliminate bias in compiling their list. The method involves a lot of high-level math and algorithms similar to what Google uses to rank web pages. The math considers gravitas, celebrity “and a means of correcting for the ‘decay’ in historical reputation that comes with the passage of time.”

Governor Palin was named among the top women:

Pocahontas
Eleanor Roosevelt
Hillary Clinton
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Martha Washington
Hellen Keller
Sojourner Truth
Jane Addams
Edith Wharton
Bette Davis
Oprah Winfrey

To read about why Sarah Palin – and the other 99 people – made the list, you will need to buy a print copy of the Smithsonian 100.

Smithsonian 100 is not the first such list Sarah Palin has made. In 2010, she made the Time Magazine’s list of 100 Most Influential People in the World. She was honored at a gala at the Rose Theater in New York City.