Bob Bird

Bob Bird ran for the United States Senate in 1990 and 2008. He is a past president of Alaska Right to Life, a 45-year Alaska resident and a retired public school teacher. His has a passion for studying and teaching constitutional history, both Alaska’s and the United States. He lives on the Kenai Peninsula and is currently a daily radio talk-show host for the Bird’s Eye View on KSRM in Kenai, Alaska. He is also a regular speaker, both locally and around the country, on the Shroud of Turin, which is widely believed to be the burial cloth of Christ.
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Do you trust Alaska politics anymore?

If there is no trust, we cannot function as a society. Do you trust your doctor’s mainstream medicine advice anymore? Do you trust the mainstream educational agenda? Do you trust the mainstream military leadership? Do you trust your mainstream religious

Glory and suffering amid the 12 days of Christmas

During the Christmas Season, for a brief time, the squabbling of interdenominational Christian differences ceases. Despite the tiresome repetition of the famous song, and its purported symbolism, the Christmas season extends well beyond Dec. 25, and for good

Hard questions we must ask as liberty slips away

Even while courts rule against President Biden’s vax mandates, our freedoms are, like the Paul Simon song by the same name, “Slip-sliding away.” This is because corporate America is both intimidated and controlled by leftist cretins sitting at the top

Dr. Anne Zink’s family link to population control

The term “population control” too often deals in the abstract. A more honest assessment would redefine the term. “People control” or “government reproductive control” is more accurate. In today’s Brave New World of Covid hype and fear, the

It’s happening again – a hypnosis of fear

After WWII, many German people snapped out of what they had endured and what they had instigated. To paraphrase the honest assessment of many Germans, they said, “We all seemed to be under a kind of fog, a trance, a hypnosis. We were indifferent to what

Pride, humility and repentance right here in Alaska

There is a certain instinctive sense that, when it comes to the people in our own neighborhood, we help each other out simply because we share the same view, the landscape, the streets, the local creeks. Proximity creates trust. Even if we do not talk to each

It is no longer possible to deny the COVID lies

As conspiracy theory after theory after theory materializes into conspiracy fact after fact after fact, there are still those who insist that the Titanic is not sinking. “It’s unsinkable. Everyone says so. Open another bottle of champaign, the bulkheads

The Madness of Gov. Michael Dunleavy

Governor Michael Dunleavy is Mad … with a capital “M”. Madness is different than insanity, which is permanent. Madness is usually temporary. We can get mad, then we reconcile with a friend. We can go mad in a riot, with that dreaded “mob