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    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 43-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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    How long will pro-life Alaskans endure token political gestures?

    Prolife voters have remained loyal supporters of the Republican Party for decades and, apart from local and token legislation in heavily prolife states, have...

    What the latest battle between pro-life Alaskans reveals

    Since before Roe v. Wade in 1973, the pro-life movement has enjoyed very little success and unity, except in one respect: convincing most Americans that...

    COVID-hype victims and the denial of medical treatment

    I don’t like assuming the role of “victim.” That is best left to liberals and socialists. But in all the worry about this non-crisis,...

    Alaska’s RINOs and CINOs

    Perhaps it is time to be done with the word RINO, and use CINO instead: “Conservative” In Name Only. The Republican Party is in...

    Prof. Haycox makes a mockery of states’ rights in Alaska – it’s time for a public debate

    I grow weary of “The Court Historian of the Anchorage Daily News,” Prof. Stephen Haycox. Alaskans have observed his Leftism spewing forth with unlimited...

    Prop. 2 lawsuit aims to stop liberals from usurping Alaska’s conservative political parties

    The lawsuit being handled by Attorney Ken Jacobus on behalf of myself, Scott Kohlhaas and the Alaskan Independence Party, ought to be given close...

    Open letter to all people of Anchorage: Political power is yours

    Let’s play the game of True Confessions. Admit it: you see the Kenai Peninsula as your private playground. You take us over for a...

    Denied options at statehood continue to haunt Alaska

    Editor’s note: This is the final part of a three part series on the history of secession in the United States. Part one is here...

    The history of secession or threats thereof (part 2)

    Editor’s note: This is part two of a three part series on the history of secession in the United States. Part one is here and...

    The history of secession or threats thereof (part 1)

    Editor’s note: This is part one of a three part series on the history of secession in the United States. Read part two here. “The...

    Moving Gov. Dunleavy off the fence

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy has squandered his political capital and mandate through fits and starts. To be sure, he has faced unprecedented problems that were...

    Are Alaska’s Elections Clean?

    In the wake of this critical moment in history, a stolen presidential election, a nakedly exposed, billionaire-funded socialist revolution, with paid thugs waiting to...

    Trump is fighting a bloodless coup d’état … and it’s far from over

    In this attempt of a stolen presidential election, Americans are facing something much worse than corruption, they are facing a coup d’état, a French...

    Proofs of a stolen election

    So, let’s see. Have presidential elections been stolen before? The answer might surprise you: without a doubt. A friend of mine, being too generous, recently...

    On impeaching Alaska judges

    Alaska’s Constitution needs some major overhaul, and the citizens will have the opportunity in 2022 when they are asked: “Shall there be a constitutional...

    State control over Alaska’s primary elections is a mess

    The history of primary elections in Alaska is a “Mess with a Capital S.” Few would deny this. The first mistake is that since the...

    In defense of the Electoral College – part 2

    Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns in defense of the Electoral College system of electing a president. Read part one here. The...

    In defense of the Electoral College – Part 1

    When the U.S. Constitution was formulated in 1787, the choosing of a president was meant to be outside of the vagaries of popular sentiments,...

    Contraception and Abortion are intimately linked – here’s how

    Very few Catholics – and even fewer non-Catholic Christians – have understood the link between abortion and contraception. In fact, quite the opposite conventional...

    Abortion is the paramount political issue

    “The future of Alaska is at stake!” “The future of America is at stake!” Liberals, conservatives, Republicans, Democrats, moderates, radicals, pastors, priests all say this. Every...

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