No. 8: Sarah Palin Goes 'Rogue'

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Former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin threw the political world a curveball this summer when she announced she would resign as Alaska's governor effective July 26. The move baffled many conservative leaders and fueled speculation that she is position for a 2012 presidential election bid.

But while Palin may have resigned as Alaska's governor -- she has no less from the national spotlight. Her new book, Going Rogue, continues to top the charts, while supporters lined up for hours to catch a glimpse of the self-described political 'maverick' on her national book tour.

CBN News spoke with the former vice presidential candidate as she began her tour on a range of topics, most importantly, her faith.

Here are the highlights from Sarah Palin in 2009:

Editor's Pick:
Sarah Palin Goes 'Rogue' with CBN News; Palin Talks Turkey on Campaign, Health Care

Palin Tell All Urges Readers to Embrace God; Palin Gets Advice from Billy Graham

Sarah Palin to Step Down as Alaska Gov.; Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Resigns... Now What?; What's Next for Sarah Palin?; Sarah Palin Officially Steps Down as Alaska Gov.; Palin's Political Moves: Future in Limbo?; Palin's Resignation a Step toward 2012?; Sarah Palin's Farewell Speech as Alaska Gov.;

Palin Speaks Out about Resignation; GOP Leaders Baffled by Palin's Resignation; Palin Vents over Election Media Coverage; Palin, Graham to Help Needy AK Villages; Palin Slams Obama on Economy

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