Gov. Palin spoke about faith and family at the National Quartet Convention, dedicated to Christian music on September 16. The event was across the street from and followed on the heels of a Rand Paul fund-raiser Gov. Palin spoke at moments before. Adrienne Ross covered both events.
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Saturday, September 18, 2010
Carl Cameron: Governor Palin Opens Wide Door For White House Run retrieved from PalinTV
Gov. Palin Answers Million Dollar Question retrieved from Fox News.
Prior to her Ronald Reagan Dinner Address in Iowa, yesterday, Governor Palin said "if the American people were to be ready for someone who is willing to shake it up, and willing to get back to time-tested truths, and help lead our country toward a more prosperous and safe future, and if they happened to think that I was the one - if it were best for my family and our country, of course I would give it a shot."