SF Store Gives Palin Profits to Help Save Alaska Wolves
100% goes to foundation fighting aerial hunting
By Will McCahill, Newser Staff
Posted Nov 17, 2009 10:25 PM CST
Copies of Sarah Palin's new book, "Going Rogue."   (AP Photo)

(Newser) – A bookstore in San Francisco—probably not a locale Sarah Palin would consider “real America”—is donating all the profits from the sale of her book, Going Rogue, to an Alaska foundation that, among other things, helps to protect wolves from the aerial hunting the ex-governor ardently supports. In noting the move on Green Apple Books’ blog, Pete Mulvihill does acknowledge the store’s “touchy-feely knee-jerk urban liberalism.”

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ErinORiordan
Nov 18, 2009 11:58 AM CST
Yay wolves!
DieselDaWg
Nov 18, 2009 6:50 AM CST
What the wolf advocates need to do is to trap, collar and relocate some wolves into the Sierra Nevadas. Wolves were indigenous to most of the US at one time; let them have some in their backyard...
DieselDaWg
Nov 18, 2009 6:48 AM CST
@carol Actually I was wondering if WalMart is selling them for less than $5 (as opposed to $20 range), how much is she actually making? If she does make big bucks, good for her. And if some book store owner wants to fritter away profits, good for them.