Reporting from Seattle— In a new package of policies criticized even by some hunters, the Alaska Board of Game on Tuesday opened the door to aerial ...
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As an Alaskan who has trapped and hunted, the aerial killing of animals is to hunting what hiring a hooker is to dating. A sure thing, with no work. No wonder it appealed to former governor Palin.
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The pageantry of the conventions are over, and now we get to pull back and see things in context, in frame set against each other, unscripted and engaging with the real world.
Washington Independent blogger Spencer Ackerman is reporting this week from Afghanistan, where he has made his way from Kabul to Forward Operating Base Salerno in the province of Khost.
One of Palin's first acts in office was to put a $150 bounty on the heads of her state's wolves, allegedly with the goal of increasing the moose and caribou population.
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