By ED KING – KING ECONOMICS GROUP Editor’s note: This article first appeared at King Economics Group. It is republished here with permission. Whenever I travel to the Lower 48, I usually get asked this question: “Do you really get paid just for
F Street Station, one of the oldest and most beloved bars in Anchorage, is catching criticism from radical LGBTQ activists for commenting on the fact that politically correct culture will condemn a kid for dressing up like an Indian, while celebrating a grown
A group of Alaskan families are preparing to defend the state’s correspondence school program against a lawsuit aimed at banning the use of state-approve allotments for non-religious educational services or expenses at private or religious schools. Filed on
Last week’s now widely publicized illegal detention and forcible drugging of the 2022 Alaska Principal of the Year Mary Fulp demands a full public accounting on multiple fronts. Alaskans deserve clear answers to the following questions: –What evidence
Mary Fulp, the Colony High School Principal who was forcibly – and unlawfully – removed from her Mat-Su home on Jan. 18 by Alaska State Troopers and required to undergo mental treatment for three days at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, has hired an
In a reversal, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service issued a final repeal of the 2020 Alaska Roadless Rule. The move formally reinstates the 2001 roadless rule in the Tongass National Forest, and effectively prohibits timber harvest and road
In an unusual show of public participation at Alaska Judicial Council hearings, roughly 30 Kenai Peninsula area residents turned out for a Jan. 23 public testimony on the nine applicants who applied to serve on the Kenai Superior Court. Many of the testifiers
To his credit, Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued a sober pro-life challenge to the Alaska Legislature during this year’s State of the State address on Monday. He plainly stated his desire to see Alaska become “the most pro-life state in America.” Whether this
Due to Jesse Sumner’s election to the Alaska House of Representatives in November, his Mat-Su Borough Assembly seat is now vacant. The borough is currently accepting applications to fill the spot, with an application deadline of Feb. 6. After reviewing
I am grateful for Governor Dunleavy’s recent State of the State speech that placed such a high priority on the value of life. The very first words of the Alaska Constitution state that the document “is dedicated to the principles that all
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