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Yearly Archives: 2018

Welcome to Anchorage, where we have ‘socioeconomic outcomes’ galore

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s efforts to be more proactive in protecting illegal immigrants from evil federal immigration authorities appear to be paying off – at...

Poll results: 93 percent say Murkowski should vote to confirm Kavanaugh

A 24-hour poll appearing on the Must Read Alaska Facebook page asked the audience if Sen. Lisa Murkowski should vote "yes" or "no" on...

Hard cases make bad laws

By STEVE WELLS GUEST CONTRIBUTOR Every law student hears this quite early. Our legal structure is a method to resolve disputes. Because this is an imperfect...

A horrific crime, a woman assaulted, and a perp walks free

JUSTICE ON THE LAST FRONTIER It's your daughter. She's at a Holiday gas station on Minnesota Drive and Spenard Road, and she's trying to get...

Take Must Read Alaska poll: Murkowski vote on Kavanaugh confirmation

Must Read Alaska launched a simple "yes, no" poll on Friday morning, asking readers how they want Sen. Lisa Murkowski to vote on the...

Alaska Class ferries were designed to modernize system

ELIMINATED THE STATE WORKER LIVE-ABOARD SYSTEM BY ART CHANCE SENIOR CONTRIBUTOR Reading Must Read Alaska's Sept. 17 story on the new Alaska Class ferries made me thankful...

Your ‘independent’ slate

The IBEW and a slew of Democrat regulars request your presence at a fundraiser for candidates they are offering up as "independents." They include Gov....

Commerce commissioner on leave to re-elect Walker

Commerce Commissioner Mike Navarre has taken leave into order to campaign for Gov. Bill Walker. Navarre sent a memo to employees this week saying he'll...

Stand for Salmon Group funded by Outside influencers

Watching the television news report the other night about the standing-room-only Anchorage public hearing on hotly contested Ballot Measure 1, it was hard not...

Breaking: Governor Walker now opposes Kavanaugh

NAKED POLITICAL AMBITION ON DISPLAY Earlier this week, Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott spoke publicly about how they were "leaning" against the...

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