We now know that Sarah Palin is an acknowledged supporter of TransCanada, the company that constitutes half the Broadwater LNG conglomerate. That might be worth considering on Election Day, were it not for the fact that it's not even close in Connecticut and New York. (I freely acknowledge that this post is somewhat gratuitous but I wanted to see if putting the words "Sarah Palin" onto my blog did anything to my daily tracking poll.)
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"This Fine Piece of Water: An Environmental History of Long Island Sound," which came out in 2002. I wrote about the environment and other issues during almost two decades as a newspaper reporter.
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