The anger and frustration directed at the Anchorage Assembly is 100% their fault. We all got along just fine talking about tax caps and road construction until the far-leftist Assembly members ramped up their radical activism. Since then, conservatives and
U.S. Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) is leading a 15-member Republican coalition of Senators who have pledged to oppose any and all efforts to implement and enforce President Biden’s vaccine mandate on private employers who have more than 100 employees.
In Fiscal Year 2020, the net income of the Alaska Permanent Fund was $1.63 billion while the Percentage of Market Value (POMV) draw was nearly $3 billion, a loss of about $1.3 billion after the draw. That was a shock to me. I’ve always trusted that the body
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson has vetoed much of the Anchorage Assembly’s proposed FY 2022 budget, a move that he says reflects his commitment to stop unsupportable city spending. The mayor’s office said the Nov. 30 vetoes will put the city’s budget back
A U.S. District Court judge blocked President Joe Biden’s attempt to impose a vax mandate on healthcare workers across ten states, including Alaska. The injunction was hailed as victory for the states that sued to block the coercive measure. Plaintiffs
Earlier today, news broke that State Representative Christopher Kurka was launching a campaign to challenge Gov. Mike Dunleavy in the 2022 governor’s race. The story broke when former Tea-Party sensation Joe Miller took to Facebook to announced
The Left long ago ran out of intellectual ammo, but it was seldom more obvious than in their latest phony sanctimony. In a long and continuous parade, Rep. David Eastman has been subjected to vicious attacks and demonizations that would be laughable except
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
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