Sarah Palin is heading to Iowa in September. She’ll be the featured speaker at the Iowa Republican Party’s annual fall fundraiser on September 17, 2010. Her political action committee has indicated that she is planning a more active campaign schedule in the fall. Read more below and see photos and a video.

WASHINGTON - AUGUST 28: Former Republican U.S. vice presidential candidate and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin speaks during the 'Restoring Honor' rally in front of the Lincoln Memorial at the National Mall on August 28, 2010 in Washington, DC. Fox News personality Glenn Beck held the rally on the 47th anniversary of the 'I Have a Dream' speech of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to 'restore America.' (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Sarah Palin is heading to Iowa and people are speculating about what exactly that means. Of course, in the immediate it means she’s the headliner for the Iowa Republican party’s annual fundraiser on September 17th. But does it mean she’s starting a campaign for the Iowa caucuses? Her CPAC has said she’ll be starting a more aggressive fall campaign schedule. Make of that what you will.

The Iowa caucuses are still 18-months away, but we might remember that Barack Obama’s presidential campaign went on for at least 2 years. Other potential Republican candidates have already been laying the groundwork for a run in Iowa including Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Tim Pawlenty.

For those who write Palin off as damaged goods, you might do well to remember that she has won every time she’s run for office on her own. The only times she has lost has been when she has been someone else’s running mate. I think its a mistake to under-estimate Sarah Palin.

Here’s some reading from around the internet.

Ace of Spades – Chris Matthews: Boy Howdy, I Can’t Tell You How Wonderful It Is to See A Black Man With a Wife and a Steady Paycheck!

Hot Air – Murkowski Concedes [speaking of Palin Power …]

Gay Patriot – If a conservative said this*, it would be hate speech**

Real Clear Politics – Matthews: Obama “Did Everything Right” And “Almost Pluperfect”

Darleen Click – Irony, it’s what’s for breakfast

LawHawk – Newsweek’s Idiotic Coverage Of Pending Mideast Talks

Blackfive – Obama has learned nothing about being Commander in Chief

Big Government – Too Late for Democrats to Run Away

Breitbart TV – Alvin Greene Dances! (On Radio)

Michelle Malkin – Arizona vs. the U.N. human rights police

Vodka Pundit – Drunkblogging Obama’s Iraq Speech

Patterico’s Pontifications – L.A. Times: Sarah Palin Expected to Seek 2012 Presidential Nomination

Does the Sarah Palin Iowa trip imply a fall campaign strategy? You be the judge. Meanwhile, enjoy the video below of Palin, ‘A Million Voices’.