Now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:
Politics of Fear
A Republican Party internal fundraising document outlines an aggressive campaign focusing on fear of President Obama and comparisons to socialism.
Politico obtained the 72-page document from a Democrat. It explains GOP fundraising logic as: "What can you sell when you do not have the White House — the House — or the Senate?" The answer: — "Save the country from trending toward socialism!"
There is also a slide titled "The Evil Empire," that has a caricature of President Obama as The Joker, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as Cruella de Vil, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid as Scooby Doo.
Republican Chairman Michael Steele calls the GOP document "inappropriate" and says he is dealing with it administratively.
Must See TV
Former Alaska governor and current Fox News contributor Sarah Palin is meeting with television executives this week to pitch a program about her home state.
Despite reports the project would be a reality show, it would actually be a documentary that focuses on the people, geography, and wildlife of Alaska. A source says it would have nothing to do with Palin's personal life or family.
Palin is also working on a second book. Last fall's "Going Rogue" sold more than 2 million copies. Publisher Harper Collins says the next effort will be a, "celebration of American virtues and strengths."
Movers and Shakers
And finally, one unlucky Haitian family just can't catch a break. The Desarmes family lived through January's devastating earthquake, and then fled Port-au-Prince for Chile. They were there less than a month before Saturday's powerful quake struck that nation.
One family member says: "I left my country and came here because of an earthquake. And what was the point? It is the same thing. Does this happen to everyone?"
On the positive side, all of the Desarmes' immediate family survived both quakes.
— FOX News Channel's Lanna Britt contributed to this report.
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