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With a new book out, Sarah Palin greets supporters

By Dave Warner BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin kicked off a promotional tour for her book "Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas" on Tuesday in the aptly named town of Bethlehem, where fans braved frosty weather for a glimpse and an autograph. Palin argues in her new book that Christmas, and more broadly religious freedom, is under attack from political correctness, the "sneering media" and as one chapter is entitled, "Angry Atheists with Lawyers."

Palin calls Obama a liar in speech to conservative activists

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sarah Palin, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, called President Barack Obama a liar and urged her party to stand by conservative values, rousing the crowd at a conservative conference on Saturday. "Barack Obama promised the most transparent administration ever. Barack Obama, you lie," the former Alaska governor said in an address to the Conservative Political Action Conference near Washington.

Sarah Palin needles Obama, Republicans in speech

Former US vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin took center stage to speak before conservative activists Saturday, needling President Barack Obama and even fellow Republicans. "We don't have leadership coming out of Washington, we have reality television, except it's really bad reality TV, and the American people tuned out a long time ago," Palin told the Conservative Political Action Conference, known as CPAC, held near Washington.

Sarah Palin and Fox News Channel part ways

Jan 25 (Reuters) - Republican former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has parted ways with Fox News Channel after working for three years as a paid commentator, the cable TV network said on Friday. Palin, who went from being a little-known governor to a political sensation after Senator John McCain picked her as his running mate in the 2008 presidential election, was one of the channel's biggest names despite appearing only occasionally.
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