Sunday, April 17, 2011

A Sign of Increasing Popularity?

Something is up! After hearing Governor Palin give her blistering speech in Madison yesterday, we find that her second book: "America by Heart : Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag" has jumped back onto the Washington Post’s best seller list, coming in at number seven last week for all Political Best Sellers!

This flies in the face of those pundits and commentators (many who have ulterior motives) who have counted her out and say she is no longer relevant. (they wish!)

Here is what the Post had to say: 

A new book this week, though not new to the this particular bestseller list, is Sarah Palin’s 2010 “America By Heart” — the fact that it’s selling well again (at least this past week) seems to defy the notion, popping up in scores of articles lately, that her influence is waning and she’s less of a force than she once was.

You remember Governor Palin's first book, "Going Rogue" which came out in October of 2009, spent many weeks at number one on the new York Times Bestseller List and was the number one selling non-fiction book of 2009.

"America By Heart" is a follow up to "Going Rogue" and it too is a serious policy book, outlining the Governor's philosophy and beliefs. Although not as heavily promoted as her first book, it has sold over a million copies and is still selling strong months after it's release in 2010.

Anyone wishing to get to know and understand Governor Palin needs to read these two books, as they clear up much of the misinformation and distortions that are floating around out there. They are very inspirational and give a great insight into how Governor Palin governed Alaska and how she would govern as President of the United States.

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