Palin's Third Attorney General

Sarah Palin certainly doesn’t have a good track record when it comes to attorneys general, so there’s no knowing whether this one will last. The Alaskan governor announced Tuesday that she nominated Daniel S. Sullivan, former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, as Alaska’s Attorney General. Palin fell under fire for dismissing attorney general Talis Colberg, her last nomination embroiled in the Troopergate scandal, and NRA director Wayne Anthony Ross was rejected by state lawmakers in April, for, among other reasons, calling gays "immoral" and "degenerate." Third time's the charm?