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Twenty-five people, more than half of them
judges and the rest lawyers in both public and private practice, have
applied to the Alaska Judicial Council for the seat that's coming open
with the November retirement of Justice Robert Eastaugh.
This will be Palin's third appointment to the state's high court, which
means she will have named a majority of the five-member court in her
less than three years in office. More
From adn.com: Personnel board member says tab is "close to about a third of a million dollars."
The Alaska Personnel Board, clearly frustrated with the pile of ethics
complaints filed against Gov. Sarah Palin, wants to publicize the cost
of dealing with them.
Best quote from the article: "I hope that the publicity-seekers will face a backlash from Alaskans
who have a sense of fair play and proportion. I served six previous
governors, and I've never seen anything like the attacks against
governor Palin," Nizich said in a press release distributed by the
governor's office. More
Although numerous ethics violations have been filed against Governor Sarah Palin, thus far they have all been dismissed. Governor Palin's opponents continue to bat .000 and it appears that this trend will continue.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — An independent
counsel has advised dismissing a complaint against Gov. Sarah Palin
that claims she violated the state ethics law. More
While many Americans enjoyed picnics, parades or fireworks, Governor Sarah Palin spent Memorial Day serving the citizens of Alaska and honoring our nation's military.
FAIRBANKS -- Gov. Sarah Palin marked Memorial Day with a trio of bill
signing events in Interior Alaska, issuing a call to Alaskans to
remember those who’ve died in combat as well as those still serving in
the U.S. military. More
Auburn, NY - So how did Auburn, a small Upstate New York city of about 28,000 people manage to land Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin,
one of the biggest names in American politics, to participate in a
fledgling civic celebration that wasn't even a concept six months ago?
On the surface, the answer is obvious.
Auburn is connected to Alaska by one of the city's most famous sons,
William H. Seward, who was secretary of state for Presidents Abraham
Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. Seward negotiated the purchase of Alaska
from czarist Russia in 1867. More