And a few bits if you're looking:
The Immoral Minority has a post up about Palin's new rural advisor.
Mudflats has a post about the Alaskan Marie Antoinette of the moment, regarding rural energy.
And some of the post-mortem on Palin's AG pick, Wayne Anthony Ross, who was rejected in an historic vote for Alaska, the Juneau Empire reported on which of the Southeast, and Juneau, legislators that voted. This was quite telling (representative) of the mood of Alaska Native citizens about Ross:
Rep. Bill Thomas, R-Haines, and Sen. Albert Kookesh, D-Angoon, both spoke out against Ross on the floor.
Both are Alaska Native, and Kookesh said the Native community could not support Ross "because of the past history and dealings with this gentleman."
All of the Native legislators voted against confirming Ross.