Posted September 2nd, 2010 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Excellent detailed piece on Sarah Palin by journalist Michael Joseph Gross in the October 2010 issue of Vanity Fair …
Posted December 5th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is no friend to the endangered Cook Inlet Beluga whales.
In October, 2008, former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin strongly objected, when the US Fisheries Service listed the Cook Inlet beluga whale as endangered. In addition, before making the decision to quit as governor, Palin threatened to sue over the endangered status of the whale.
Posted November 29th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Outgoing Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (2nd L), her husband Todd (C) look on as incoming Governor Sean Parnell (2nd R) is sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Daniel Winfree (L) during the annual Governor's Picnic July 26, 2009 at Pioneer Park in Fairbanks, Alaska. Parnell' wife Sandy held the bible for the ceremony. Craig E. Campbell was sworn in as the new Lieutenant Governor.
Posted November 16th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Polar bears stranded on melting Arctic ice floes.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell says he has the best interest of polar bears at heart, but he doesn’t intend to let the federal government’s expanded protection for bears get in the way of the state’s continued prosperity.
Posted October 26th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Strategic projects 30 years in the making - proposed routes for the Alaska and MacKenzie natural gas pipelines to western Canada and the lower 48 U.S. states
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Sarah Palin hit the vice presidential campaign trail last year and touted what Alaska could provide for the rest of America — a natural gas pipeline to help lead the country to energy independence.
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 September 5th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Sean Parnell was sworn in as Alaska's 10th governor at Pioneer Park in Fairbanks on Sunday, July 26, 2009, after Governor Sarah Palin's resignation from office before finishing her first term.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Early estimates put the cost of Sarah Palin’s midterm resignation as Alaska governor at a minimum of $40,000, not including a special legislative session partly linked to her departure.
Posted August 19th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
By popular demand, I am reposting this story about Mayor Sarah Palin eliminating building permits before her personal home AND the Wasilla Sports Complex were constructed in Wasilla, Alaska. The post originally appeared on the Sarah Palin Truth Squad back in October 14, 2008.
Posted August 12th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
The raft of ethics complaints against Palin has lawmakers mulling changes to the law, and Palin herself still needs to report a ‘garage full’ of gifts.
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin gave her rambling resignation speech in Fairbanks, Alaska on July 26, 2009, leaving many legal questions in her wake.
Anchorage, Alaska – Sarah Palin is no longer governor, but Alaska is still trying to tie up the loose ends of her time in office.
Posted August 11th, 2009 by sarahpalintruthsquad
Protesters hold signs and greet legislators outside of the special legislative session in Anchorage, Alaska, Monday Aug. 10, 2009. Alaska Lawmakers are scheduled to take up confirmation of Craig Campbell as lieutenant governor and to override former Gov. Sarah Palin's veto of $28 million in federal stimulus funds intended for energy projects.
The Alaska Legislature voted Monday to override former Gov. Sarah Palin’s veto of $28 million in federal stimulus money for energy cost relief. But it was as close as a vote can get.