Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin declined to speculate on a potential 2016 run Thursday at the 2015 SHOT Show in Last Vegas, but she did offer the GOP some free political advice. We caught up with Palin as she was promoting the second season of her show, “Amazing America,” which airs on the Sportsman Channel Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.
“I’m going to talk politics except to say that the GOP better get on offense, they are not going to win any games on defense,” she told TheBlaze. “Being in the majority in D.C., they are blowing it.”
She added, “The GOP establishment, they’ve got to their stuff together. I love what they believe in, I believe in it too. But they’ve got to get tough, man. You know what? It’s not just the New England Patriots who are dealing with deflated balls right now.”
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (Credit: TheBlaze/Mike Opelka)
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (Credit: TheBlaze/Mike Opelka)
The discussion then shifted to “Amazing America,” which she said has received an extremely positive response from American viewers. This week’s episode has been dubbed the “Ted Nugent Special” as she visits the rock star’s massive Texas ranch.
The former Alaska governor said the show is really about connecting with the beauty of the outdoors. And she’s not letting the outrage mobs that get angry over hunting affect her in the slightest.
“Wherever you go in America, there is beauty, there are resources, there are wonderful people out there living life vibrantly — and we can all kind of unify around that, being inspired by what the great outdoors has to offer,” she said. “And our show highlights [that].”
Watch a preview of the episode here:
While in Vegas for the SHOT Show, Palin said she will feed the homeless Thursday night with “organic” and “healthy” wild game.

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Las Vegas - Former vice presidential nominee and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin made an appearance Thursday afternoon at the SHOT Show to launch the second season of "Amazing America," a reality show she stars in on Sportsman Channel. 
"I am here and it feels like home," Palin said to a crowd. "I appreciate that you all appreciate the outdoors...thank you all for being great Americans."
Before making an appearance on the SHOT Show floor at the Sans Expo Center, Palin participated in an offsite Hunt, Fish, Feed event with the Salvation Army.
Rock star and avid outdoorsman Ted Nugent, who makes appearances in the upcoming "Amazing America" season also made an appearance with Palin. 
"Sarah is my blood brother," Nugent said. "There isn't a better 'we the people warrior.'"
The second season of "Amazing America" premieres Thursday, January 22 at 9 pm eastern. 

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