Unless the trajectory of Sarah Palin goes in a different direction than I foresee, this is the conclusion of the Saradise series at Progressive Alaska. In all, there have been 313 chapters
|By: EdwardTeller Monday July 27, 2009 11:52 pm|
|By: EdwardTeller Friday July 3, 2009 2:55 pm|
At a news conference, held in front of the windows in her home that look exactly like the windows in the Wasilla Sports Complex (Palin’s most dubious achievement as Wasilla mayor), Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced she will be resigning her duties in two weeks. Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell, the man who put the “lack” in “lackluster,” will assume her duties at that time.
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday May 7, 2009 12:59 am|
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, who was the most popular politician in the USA a year ago, is now far less popular in Alaska than US Sen. Lisa Murkowski, whose father Palin beat to become governor. Her positive rating is now at 54%, and her “very negative” rating is up from 3% a year ago, to 25%.
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday April 23, 2009 3:09 pm|
Alaska’s Gov. Sarah Palin created an alternative universe this January, that conjured an image of herself as victim of “Bored, anonymous, pathetic bloggers who lie.” She was never able to cite the lie. And early this week, Palin credited these same pesky bloggers with spreading lies that led to the defeat of her nominee for Attorney General. To illustrate her point, she once again failed to cite the lie she believed we had created. What we have done, though, must annoy her. We have challenged her to the point that she can no longer claim the mantle she once wore as an “ethics reformer.”
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday April 16, 2009 3:27 pm|
The GOP-dominated Alaska Legislature rejected Gov. Sarah Palin’s nominee to replace her disgraced Attorney General, just minutes ago. Although Alaska’s mainstream media failed to see this Palin defeat coming, several Alaska blogs and civil rights activists combined efforts to educate the public and get them to write to legislators.
|By: EdwardTeller Sunday April 12, 2009 3:02 pm|
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s nomination of Anchorage attorney Wayne Anthony Ross, AKA – “WAR,” to be Attorney General, is turning out to be the most divisive cabinet nomination in Alaska history. During nomination hearings in the legislature last week, testimony on Ross was provocative and contentious. Then a bomb shell hit the Palin camp. They won’t recover.
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday January 15, 2009 9:54 am|
Yesterday afternoon, Alaska’s progressive bloggers responded to the growing winter crisis in the lower Yukon villages, most notably Emmonak. As word spread of the looming food and fuel crisis there, we decided to get our reporter in there, raise funds, and tell the true story of Alaska bloggers and how we help each other in the Far North.