Former U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller has endorsed State Representative Christopher Kurka in his newly announced campaign to unseat Gov. Mike Dunleavy in the 2022 governor’s race. Kurka launched his campaign, Nov. 29, via Miller’s Facebook page and
Editor’s note: The following letter was penned by Alaska Senate Majority Leader Shelley Hughes and sent to the Alaska State Medical Board in advance of their recent Nov. 20 meeting. Dear Alaska State Medical Board, It has come to my attention that you are
Soon after my graduation from the high school in Kiev, Ukraine, at the age of 17, I was employed at the ship building plant named Leninskaya Kuznitsa (Lenin’s Forge). This was a large plant with a labor force of about 15,000 employees, mostly manufacturing
In 2019, Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed Dr. Anne Zink to serve as Alaska’s chief medical officer, advising him on how to create and implement medical policy across the state. This coming March, she is about to vastly expand her influence when she takes over
It’s been more than a decade since Joe Miller gained national attention as a Tea Party candidate in his 2010 campaign against Sen. Lisa Murkowski. He shocked the political establishment by beating the incumbent Murkowski in the Republican primary before
When it comes to spending money in Alaska, nothing outdoes education – not even COVID could change this. With the pandemic in full swing, the Alaska Legislature still budgeted more state funds for education in FY 2022 than it did for health and social
If you watch the news, or listen to it, or read it with any amount of discernment, you will notice if there is one thing missing in the world, above all else, it is gratitude. While we raise the lamp and stand up for conservative principles and the powerful
A group of airline pilots have teamed up with a national legal organization to challenge President Joe Biden’s Covid injection mandate for employees of federal contractors. Filed in U.S. District Court on Nov. 23 by Health Freedom Defense Fund and U.S.
Amid heightened controversy over pharmacists who have agreed to fill orders for Covid treatments like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, the state board which oversees Alaska pharmacists is clamping down on what they view as wayward professionals. During the
For nearly five hours on Nov. 22, a continuous stream of Alaskans took three minutes apiece to share heartbreaking stories about loved ones dying in the hospital after being denied Covid treatments or losing long-time businesses and careers due to shot
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