With a spot on The View probably not forthcoming, Sarah Palin has launched her own online channel, fittingly named the Sarah Palin Channel and billed as a forum to "discuss the great issues of the day and work toward solutions."
"Together, let's live life vibrantly, purposefully, and boldly!" the site exclaims.
You can watch a free preview, but access is subscription-based at $9.95 a month or $99.95 for a year. But, failing the impeachment she's hoping for, you can go to the home page and watch the clock counting down President Barack Obama's days left in office for free, anytime you want.
If you fork over the funds, meanwhile, a host of video content awaits, as well as links to daughter Bristol Palin's blog and other like-minded resources.
"Way to go, mom!" Bristol cheered her on with a post titled, "The Sarah Palin Channel: No Filters. All Access. 100% Mom."
And Palin, in introducing her new venture yesterday, promises that you'll find "a lot more than news."
"Are you tired of the media filters?" asks the former governor of Alaska and GOP vice-presidential candidate. "Well, I am. I always have been, so we're gonna do something about it."