We’re hearing a lot about how Scott Brown wouldn’t cut it in Alaska because constitutional conservatives there wouldn’t stand for a “moderate” Republican. I’ll take the liberty of pointing out that the Fabulous Sarah endorsed the maverick John McCain in his current campaign for re-election. The same McCain that launched Sarah Palin onto the national stage. …Read More »
File under too little too late? Would have been nice for this to come out a couple weeks ago. Sarah Palin has been cleared in “troopergate”. A report has cleared Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin of ethics violations in the firing of her public safety commissioner. Released Monday, the report says there is no probable cause to believe Palin or…Read More »
This from a New York newspaper. The pundits are in overdrive with the release of a report by an investigator for the Alaska State Legislature that says Alaska Governor Sarah Palin abused her power because she allowed her husband to press for the firing of state trooper Michael Wooten who was involved in a divorce and custody battle with his…Read More »
This is the headline… “Alaska panel finds Palin abused power in firing ” then…. ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A legislative committee investigating Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has found she unlawfully abused her authority in firing the state’s public safety commissioner. The investigative report concludes that a family grudge wasn’t the sole reason for firing Public Safety Commissioner Walter Monegan but says…Read More »
If I’m a Repubican, I’m watching my back. Been starting to sound a lot like Ms Palin’s number one concern is neither country nor Party, but … Ms Palin.
Let’s picture Ms Palin in the Hanoi Hilton. I know, I know, you prefer her pictured tied down to the railroad tracks while the evil Liberal Media gloats, peppering her with…
Sarah Palin was for the Bridge to Nowhere (linking Gravina Island to Ketchikan) before she was against it. The access road is another story. According to the LA Times, the death of the bridge had no impact on the health of a 3.2 mile access road. The road to nowhere, which is still being built, was originally intended to…Read More »
Found this through another blog that linked an search of the New York Times on Palin back from a year ago, before anyone knew her. I didn’t realize that one million people visited Alaska for tourism.
Alaska: End Sought For ‘bridge To Nowhere’
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: September 22, 2007
Gov. Sarah Palin ordered state transportation officials to abandon…