Sarah Palin is explaining herself on Facebook. The Associated Press writes, “Palin’s spokeswoman, Meghan Stapleton, confirmed Palin wrote the entry.” Such disclosure is unnecessary; no ghostwriting consultant could have manufactured the glittering rhinestones that stud her essay: On this Independence Day, I am so very
Remember back in the fall of 2008, how the handlers of Sarah Palin groped about desperately, trying to find evidence of any accomplishment of hers in office? Republican front operations like “CNSNews” thought they had a good “accomplishment” to talk about: the natural gas pipeline
13 percent of the spilled oil went down to the sea floor – that’s something like 1,430,000 gallons. 220,000 gallons of the oil went onto the beaches, and according to NOAA, a great deal of that oil is still there, leaching out into the waters of Prince William Sound to this day.
Habitat protection up to 328 feet from shore is convenient, given that oil drilling and big commercial fishing operations aren’t done much in that zone in the Aleutians.
Think a week’s worth of seasonal cold might undo all that pesky global warming mess? Put that wishful thinking away in the desk drawer and attend to findings from two NASA scientists. They report that more than 2 trillion tons of land-based ice in Greenland,
With the new red nations of Chesapeake and Mackinac, a shared waterway is what defines the small national identity. The blue nation of Montana is landlocked, but it has a border with Canada.
“Whatever the good ol’ boys are running these days, I know it’s not the state of Alaska!” — Sarah Palin, October 29, 2008 Sarah Palin has that right. She’s not an old boy. She’s got girl parts. As for the corruption part? Well, she’s got
Palin justifies her big government spending on her travel expenses for her children by saying that her kids had to travel because they were working on official state business. How did 7 year-old Piper Palin and 17 year-old pregnant Bristol Palin conduct official state business?
Sarah Palin’s plan to American energy overseas during an energy crisis is reminiscent of the the shipments of food from Irish farms over to England during the Potato Famine.
Given what we’ve all learned about Sarah Palin, Alaska’s Governor, over the last few weeks, how would you redesign the Alaska quarter, and revise the state motto?