The most recent articles in the Alaska press i've found on communications between the Palin administration and the Permanent Fund Corporation are from back before Palin was selected s Sen. John McCain's running mate.
The first week of November, the Anchorage Daily News covered the fund's loss of about 25% of its value in the time since Palin had been selected. Meanwhile, there have undoubtedly been further serious losses.
Yesterday, on his KFQD-AM call-in program, Dan Fagan claimed that the Palin administration is not communicating back with the PFD directors, after they have requested advice on important matters concerning the current state of the fund in this extremely tenuous investment climate.
PA has been highly critical of the fluff coverage and coverups accorded to Palin and her cronies by the Anchorage Daily News and KTUU-TV, over a range of issues. It is time for them to seriously look at how the Palin administration is handling concerns by the PFD Corporation about the fund's status and future.
Update - 11:10 a.m: Gov. Palin is off to Georgia to campaign for Saxbee Chambliss, in the U.S. Senate runoff there. This will be her second trip to the U.S. Southeast since the election. I believe the last time our governor was in S.E. Alaska or the capital of Alaska was mid-July.