Sarah Palin’s PAC “is dedicated to building America’s future, supporting fresh ideas and candidates who share our vision for reform and innovation.” Whatever.
- $32,572.95 to True North L’Attitudes, for “scheduling.”
- $60,000 to Throw Them All Out author Peter Schweizer for “issue consulting.” Schweizer is largely handed conceptual credit for the anti-“crony capitalism” riff Palin started using in September 2011.
- $47,750 to Passcode Creative, for video production.
Palin’s bus tour accounted for 10 percent of the donations. While in Iowa she splurged on two $600 meals at Des Moines’ 801 Chop House, a favorite among politicos.
Golden Corral must’ve been too crowded.