Posted October 25th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Alaskan habitat mapped for polar bears.
A vast swath of icy sea, barrier islands and coastal land on Alaska’s oil-rich North Slope will be granted special protection because of its importance to the threatened polar bear, under a proposal released this week by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
The agency proposes that 518,000 sq km of coastline and shallow Arctic Ocean waters be designated as critical habitat, a status of heightened protection afforded under the Endangered Species Act.
Posted October 3rd, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Todd Palin, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's husband, holds Trig Palin at the governor's picnic in Anchorage, Alaska on July 25, 2009. Todd Palin resigned as a production operator for oil giant BP PLC effective Sept. 18. 2009 to spend time with his family.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The husband of former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has quit his oil field job on the North Slope.
Posted February 20th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Gov. Sarah Palin has high hopes for a multibillion dollar natural gas pipeline. One of her other legacies could be shaping the systems that let most Alaskans flip on a light switch.
Palin by the end of the month will propose a bill taking the first steps toward forming a state corporation to oversee power generation in the Railbelt, home to 65 percent of Alaska’s population.
Projected population growth along Alaska's Southern Railbelt.
Posted November 10th, 2008 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Posted October 17th, 2008 by sarahpalintruthsquad
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Posted October 10th, 2008 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Shelia Kaplan and Marilyn Berlin Snell, writing for The New Republic, outline Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s environmental record.
Posted September 22nd, 2008 by sarahpalintruthsquad
As the ice melts, fewer polar bears are able to survive at sea.
In an in-depth article by Los Angeles Times writer Kim Murphy, published on September 22, 2008, the environmental policies of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin are summarized, as well as her position on developing oil and gas deposits in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
Posted September 18th, 2008 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Wasilla, Alaska resident Anne Kilkenny wrote an extremely comprehensive, objective letter on the history of Mayor Sarah Palin and her political career starting in Wasilla, Alaska. This letter has been published on a variety of internet forums and blogs nationwide over the past two weeks, but it is worth reprinting here for anyone who missed reading it the first time around. Anne Kilkenny is a homemaker and education advocate in Wasilla, Alaska. The letter was originally written to friends of Ms. Kilkenny, in which she shares her thoughts and observation about vice pres