"Going Rogue" is a book Sarah Palin wrote about the 2008 Presidential campaign, in which she ran as John McCain's vice-presidential running mate. The title referred to Sarah Palin going off-message with her own unauthorized opinions. There are no unauthorized opinions in the book, just a number of "inaccuracies", not unexpected given the title of the book.
"Going Rogue: The 18 Biggest Falsehoods In Palin's Book"
Our favorite "inaccuracy" was she blamed McCain aides for her buying $150,000 of luxury clothes.