Just in time for the holidays, former Alaskan governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will begin a tour to promote her latest book that tackles the controversial war on Christmas.
In her new book “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas,” Palin tells readers how to “fight back against those politically correct Scrooges who seem to hate not just a beautiful holiday, but an entire faith,” according to the Inquisitr.
Palin announced her book tour this week on her Facebook page, promising followers to make the events fun for all. She begins the tour on Nov. 12, in Bethlehem, Pa, making stops at several military posts and much like her past book tours, will skip big cities such as Chicago and New York City.
The war on Christmas has been a hot topic among conservative commentators such as Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly who has urged people to boycott retail stores that wish their customers “Happy Holidays” instead of a “Merry Christmas” in promotions. The host has attacked retail stores for taking the religious meaning out of Christmas all in an effort to “appease liberals.”
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Its been rumored that Palin’s resurgence in the media is a carefully plotted strategy for a potential presidential run in 2016. The conservative has been increasing her appearances, speeches and criticism on President Barack Obama recently.
In a Facebook post, Palin blamed the government’s debt limit on Obama:
“Defaulting on our national debt is an impeachable offense, and any attempt by President Obama to unilaterally raise the debt limit without Congress is also an impeachable offense.”
Palin has written two best-selling books, “Going Rogue” and “America by Heart.”
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Sources: Inquisitr, The Cap Times