Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Sarah Palin Radio: Gov Palin Awarded for Putting Family First

Sarah Palin Radio

Michelle Easton today spoke with LaDonna Hale Curzon, Executive Producer, and Host of Sarah Palin Radio about the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute's conferral of its 2012 Woman of the Year Award upon Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin for putting her family first and not running for President in the 2012 election cycle. Gov. Palin is to receive the award on February 11, at noon during the CPAC Saturday session at an award ceremony that is closed to the media. The event is only open to women who are undergraduate students and is accepting participants only on a waiting list. Film director, Stephen K. Bannon interviewed Easton about the award on his February 5 Victory Sessions broadcast.



Listen to internet radio with LaDonna Hale Curzon on Blog Talk Radio

Curzon also is a co-host on US Tea Party Radio, and is a contributor to Big Hollywood, Big Government, and PJTV.


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