The charges included costs for hotel and commercial flights for three daughters to join Palin to watch their father in a snowmobile race, and a trip to New York, where the governor attended a five-hour conference and stayed with 17-year-old Bristol for five days and four nights in a luxury hotel.
In all, Palin has charged the state $21,012 for her three daughters' 64 one-way and 12 round-trip commercial flights since she took office in December 2006. In some other cases, she has charged the state for hotel rooms for the girls. Ahhh, ahhh... that's stealing Sarah. I want you to write a letter to Shopko and tell them you are sorry for stealing their play money.
In other parts of the internet, Boldly Going Nowhere is an upcoming American television show for FOX. Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton, and Charlie Day, the creators, producers, and stars of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, are currently creating the show along with their Always Sunny writers' assistant Adam Stein. While they will not star in the show, they will be executive producing. The show will be a mix of comedy and sci-fi and will contain the day to day life of the captain of an intergalactic spaceship. Although the entire cast has not yet been officially announced it has been rumored for sometime that Kurtwood Smith (That '70s Show,Robocop) may be in talks to become the rogue captain of the U.S.S. Nunavut, named after the Canadian territory, with possibly Tom Arnold joining the cast as first officer.