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Yearly Archives: 2019

Dunleavy baits AOC into Twitter scrap over fossil fuel

Gov. Michael Dunleavy, who has made a splash on the national stage with his staunchly pro-Alaskan, pro-business, pro-small-government stances, exchanged pleasantries on Twitter today...

Halloween is here: Want to read something really scary?

THE ANCHORAGE DAILY PLANET If you do not fear for the future of the United States, consider this: Polling found some 70 percent of millennials,...

Unalaska City Council to discuss ’emergency’ declaration over travel

MEETING ON TUESDAY A special meeting of the Unalaska City Council on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 6 pm will focus on the difficulty of travel...

Homer council decides to seat new member whose residency was questioned

The Homer City Council reviewed and evidence and in the end voted 4-1 to seat Storm Hansen-Cavasos, who was elected to the council...

Judge says ranked voting ballot measure is OK

Anchorage Superior Court Judge Yvonne Lamoureux has ruled that Alaskans for Better Elections can have their ballot initiative. But before they start collecting signatures...

Homer investigation into candidate’s residency done

COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY TO REVIEW EVIDENCE It seems clear that, regardless of where she lived during recent years, Homer City Council member Storm Hansen-Cavasos identifies...

Rep. Katie Hill resigns after nude Fairbanks pic surfaces

PHOTO IS 'PERSONAL MOMENT' WITH AIDE California Congresswoman Katie Hill has resigned. The Democrat member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that is...

PETA spies, PETA lies

By MITCH SEAVEY I rarely respond publicly to PETA and their allegations about me and my kennel. I figure if I live on the top...

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Scholar or terrorist? Ask the Washington Post

WA-PO EDITORS, PELOSI COULDN'T GIVE TRUMP A WIN ON 'MOST WANTED' TERRORIST "From the moment in July 2014 when he ascended the minbar (pulpit) in a mosque in...

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