Karen Handel Talks with Kevin Scholla on SarahNET Radio


By Gary P Jackson

This week on SarahNET Radio Kevin Scholla talks with former Georgia Secretary of State [the state’s first Republican SecState] Karen Handel about her recent candidacy for office, Sarah Palin, and Karen’s new book, PLanned Bullyhood which exposes Planned Parenthood’s hardcore tactics of intimidation.

Karen is the former Vice President of the Susan G Komen for the Cure foundation.

In 2010 Karen was endorsed by Sarah Palin in her bid for Governor of Georgia. She is one of the names mentioned that might primary turncoat Senator Saxby Chambliss, who consistently votes with liberal democrats on the most important issues. Chambliss is up for re-election in 2014.

Sarah Steelman weighs in with her always sharp Steel Resolve commentary.

Karen Handel is the guest on The Palin Radio Update with Kevin Scholla! Handel tells Kevin how Susan G. Komen for the Cure was held hostage by Planned Parenthood. In her book Planned Bullyhood, Handel masterfully outlines Planned Parenthood’s strategy to cloak themselves in the pink, while having little regard for the fight against breast cancer.

Hear this former Palin-endorsed gubernatorial candidate talk about her years working with Marilyn Quayle and the chances she may throw her hat in the ring for U.S. Senate in Georgia. Also, Governor Sarah Palin rings in 2013 with her New Year’s wish for Americans and a resolution we can all get behind.

Plus, SarahNET Radio’s Steel Resolve, our weekly commentary with Sarah Steelman is featured. Tune in! SarahNET Radio is ON DEMAND and available for DOWNLOAD anytime!


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