The premiere of Sarah Palin’s new reality show delivered record-breaking ratings for TLC.
The first episode of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” on Sunday night drew 5 million viewers — the biggest ever launch in the channel’s history. It’s also a big jump from the relatively lackluster ratings that Palin’s special for Fox News, “Real American Stories,” drew in April.
Not all of the 5 million who tuned in were fans, though, as an Alaskan environmentalist accused Palin and her family of violating the states’ wildlife guidelines by fishing too close to a group of bears.
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Well, the guy who complained about being close to the bears actually included a link to the official guidelines and if you look at it, the pictures show people in boats being as close or closer than Sarah and this was approved by the authorities…. so it is just a publicity ploy by this animal rights group. They are really a stop culling wolves group… culling wolf packs that could potentially decimate the caribou herds is essential… these people want to let wolves multiply to the point that they would kill off most caribou…. idiots… make them take the wild wolves home to play with.
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