Monday, June 29, 2009

Speak up Wasilla

Things are looking up for Wasilla! The veil of fear could be lifted and a moratorium on all muzzles.

Phillip Munger at Progressive Alaska brought up a request for Sarah Palin to sign a release of her medical records. That would free Dr. Cathy Baldwin-Johnson to explain the advice that could have killed the unborn baby, Trig. Palin's flight from Texas to Alaska on April 17, 2008, at best, it is abuse. Others would say attempted murder. Why would she be allowed to get by with this flagrant and deadly behavior?

I had a heck of a time getting to the following audio of Munger's interview with Mark Method. I'm challenged. But it was worth it! Here is the podcast link. Once on the page, find Mark Method.
Find the date of 6-27-09 and listen. That can be harder than it sounds. Don't give up. It is long, but you can also hear Celtic Diva!
Progressive Alaska's redux of Lee Tompkins letter is a must read. Tompkins believes Sarah Palin did birth Trig. There are those that don't believe for a second she is Trig's birther.

I'm not holding my breath for Dr. Baldwin-Johnson to pour her heart out and redeem her reputation. However, this is all encouraging, but like Levi Johnston, it may only be partially revealing.

What matters is that others can now speak up. They can tell their stories. Write their letters. Ask their questions. If they meet a wall of silence, that silence will be loud. When a child or children look abused or neglected no one should rest until they know what is going on. Politicians and religions can serve to protect perpetrators and it is a long process to unravel their devices and connect all the dots.

Dr. Baldwin-Johnson has been honored and awarded for her work with meth and abuse in the Mat-Su Valley. She is professional and does radio interviews on abuse. It is just too puzzling why she would sign off on a flight that would risk the life of an unborn. Those that do know her have started to talk and they tell of experiences where she was very cautious with pregnancies of less risk. That is only a part of her strange behaviors in the saga of Sarah. I have a feeling we will be hearing more about the good doctor, all in due time.


  1. This is most excellent indeed. If the Wild Ride is true, she has a lot of explaining to do. And if the Wild Ride isn't true, she has even more explaining to do :)

    I hope at some point an intrepid reporter asks her about the Wild Ride. After all, she is the one that divulged and discussed those details to begin with so she can't claim it is too personal.

    I will attempt to follow your directions to the podcast!

  2. Speaking of unmuzzling people of opinion:

    **** NEWS ALERT ****

    Please pass this on to the folk(s) who had their ethics complaint dismissed due to announcing their intent to file…


    Federal judge rules state Ethics Commission ban on discussing complaints against public officials violates free speech
    by Pete Shellem, Of The Patriot-News
    Monday June 29, 2009, 4:47 PM

    A federal judge has ruled that the state Ethics Act’s ban on publicizing filings against state officials is likely unconstitutional and has granted a temporary injunction to a local activist who was fined for violating it.

    District Judge Christopher C. Conner granted the injunction to Middle Paxton Township activist Gene Stilp, who was charged with violating the act after he announced he filed a complaint against former House Majority Leader William DeWeese based upon a newspaper article that accused DeWeese of spending $290,000 in tax money on political polls.

    Within a day, the State Ethics Commission ruled there was not enough evidence in Stilp’s complaint to conduct an investigation and instead charged Stilp with violating the act by publicizing the filing of his complaint. On Oct. 16, Stilp entered into an agreement with the commission in which he admitted violating the act and agreed to pay a $500 fine. Stilp then filed suit in federal court to enjoin the commission from enforcing that provision of the act, saying it was a violation of his right to free speech.

    Feel free to pass this on to Palin’s folks who’ve yapped about how filers have violated the law. …

  3. BP
    Patrick at team truth may be able to help you with the Ipod if you have trouble.

    Good article. You know who will do a bang up job finding ways to deny.

    Thanks you all. I am having muzzling problems of my own with more 'puter probs. Different from the creamery incident but pesky.
    Hope I can post!