Governor Palin exclusively retained the elite Washington Speakers Bureau to manage her speaking engagements.
Governor Palin donated a dinner with herself to Ride 2 Recovery, which will be using 100% of the proceeds to benefit wounded warriors. Defense contractor Cathy Maples won the dinner with a $63,500 bid. Ms. Maples wants to see Governor Palin be President in 2012.
Her son, Track returned home from a year-long deployment in Iraq.
Governor Palin continued defining the health care debate with her Facebook postings on the subject. Obama's health care bill does not enjoy popular support and she has him on the defensive.
Another significant Facebook posting addressed the Associated Press' use of a slain soldier's image in news coverage against the grieving family's wishes.
In yet another significant Facebook posting, Governor Palin expressed her support of Glenn Beck and secured major viewership of his series on the Obama administration.
Though not physically present at the September 12 Tea Parties, Governor Palin's image and likeness dominated the events, and a 12-year-old girl inspired by her spoke at one of these gatherings.
An ethics complaint against Governor Palin's former communications director was dismissed.
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