The Wasilla Alaska church most often attended by Alaska Governor Sarah Palin since 2002, was the target of suspected arson last Friday night. The governor visited the church after the fire was controlled, and made a statement.
I’ve posted a series of links to background material for Dr. Riki Ott’s Sunday firedoglake Book Salon appearance, where she will discuss her new book, Not One Drop: Betrayal and Courage in the Wake of the Exxon Valdez.
Former Anchorage Police Chief and Alaska Public Safety Commissioner, Walt Monegan, speaking Wednesday afternoon in Anchorage, to a group of journalism students, UAA faculty, and community members, refused, when asked whether he might consider running for governor of Alaska, to rule it out.
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the most polarizing figure in recent American politics, will be at a Sunday evening fundraiser, and four big Monday rallies for the closing day of Saxby Chamliss’ narrowing U.S. Senate race. Is she there to throw red meat to “morans,” or is she there to muck things up?
A group of Alaska progressive bloggers have formed new political action to push our legislators and others to continue to strive toward ethics reform this coming legislative session, with a concentration on implementing recommendations of the Branchflower Report, and other important ethics issues.
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin’s Appearance Wednesday, before a business group she needs to win over to become a national figure didn’t go well for her.
With about 60% of today’s Alaska votes counted, Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich has more than doubled his lead over convicted felon for life, Senator Ted Stevens.