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Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Sen. Shelley Hughes is majority leader of Senate

The Alaska Senate Republicans have announced their leadership organization with the following senators: Shelley Hughes, Majority LeaderMia Costello, WhipGary Stevens, RulesFinance co-chairs: Bert Stedman and...

Senate organizes with Micciche as Senate president

Democrats in the Alaska Senate were first to announce that they are in the minority, with the 13 Republicans in the Alaska Senate organizing...

Political purity test fail: National Guard removes two men from inaugural duty

According to national news sources, two members of the National Guard have been removed from duties surrounding the inauguration of Joe Biden. The New...

Class warfare: Students in Anchorage will be forced to kneel for hours, no recess

Update: Due to road conditions, in-person classes will not begin today in Anchorage. Some of the youngest students returning to classes today in Anchorage will...

JBER bans alcohol sales after 10 pm to reduce suicide

Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson announced on Facebook that, as of Jan. 15 it has banned the sale of alcohol on base between 10 pm and...

Must Read: 1776 Report

The 1776 Commission, created by executive order of President Donald Trump and comprised of scholars and historians, released its report rebutting reckless “re-education” attempts,...

A fresh, more productive approach to legislative budget analysis?

Until proven otherwise, many legislative observers are saying that Alexei Painter, the young director of the Alaska Legislative Finance Division for the past five...

Ed Sniffen named Attorney General for Alaska

Acting Attorney General Ed Sniffen will become Alaska's Attorney General, said Gov. Mike Dunleavy in a statement today. Sniffen took on the role of the...

Craig Campbell: A nation in crisis

NATIONAL GUARDSMEN RETAIN THEIR FREE SPEECH RIGHTS By CRAIG E. CAMPBELL I just finished reading a very disturbing story in Must Read Alaska that said Major General William...

National Guard used political purity test on guardsmen prior to DC trip

Most civilians would be forgiven if they believed that when you join the National Guard, you're vetted for fitness, patriotism, and duty to country,...

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