Yes, I am a Sarah Palin fan. Unashamedly.
As a mom, and a Christian, and a pastor, and an American, I enjoyed this very much. She takes a few chapters each and discusses what's great about America and what we may have forgotten. Faith - our belief in God and determination that we are a country that promotes freedom of religion, not freedom from religion; Family - that we are a country that believes the states know better than the feds, the city knows better than the state, and the family knows better than the city; and Flag - that America is an exceptional country and we should never apologize to anyone for believing it.
Despite Sarah's critics' claim that she is horribly uneducated, I found her to be well-read and well-versed on American history, politics, and current issues. Which proves what I've always felt - if you don't like what she says, just disagree. Don't label her stupid. It's a sign of a critic's own insecurity to have to denigrate those they criticize.
Admittedly, this is not the best written book in the world. I enjoyed her quotes from others (especially Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, etc.) much more than her own writing. But again, Sarah Palin is a politician, not a writer. She simply joins the ranks of others who are better at doing other things (singing? cooking? preaching?) but decide to write also. That's okay. It's still a good message.
One thing that inspired me after reading this? Inspired that I need to read the US Constitution and Bill of Rights to my kids and make sure they understand it. Ask yourself, when was the last time you read the Constitution?