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October 9, 2015

I had the unfortunate experience a couple weeks ago to listen to Representative Don Young call in to the Rick Rydell radio show on KENI. While most of the conversation was expected, one of his comments really got my attention. Young promised that the House of Representatives would not be shutting down the government.

I had the unfortunate experience a couple weeks ago to listen to Representative Don Young call in to the Rick Rydell radio show on KENI. While most of the conversation was expected, one of his comments really got my attention. Young promised that the House of Representatives would not be shutting down the government.

September 4, 2015

While it is always a positive to see the Chief Executive visit the state, given the Obama regime’s hostility to resource development had a lot of us worried. So far, there are no new National Monuments (yet).

February 13, 2015

Representative Harriet Drummond (D, ANC) introduced legislation last week to allow physician assisted suicide here in Alaska. She calls it Death with Dignity and dresses it up in all the usual leftist claptrap about choice.

Representative Harriet Drummond (D, ANC) introduced legislation last week to allow physician assisted suicide here in Alaska. She calls it Death with Dignity and dresses it up in all the usual leftist claptrap about choice. http://www.ktoo.org/2015/02/11/rep-drummond-says-death-dignity-not-suicide/

October 13, 2014

I have been scratching my head for a long time about the successful use of endless and fraudulent scaremongering by commercial fishermen, greens, other fishing groups whenever the resource development community wants to dig, cut, build, or otherwise rearrange the land and what is on it.

I am usually a “you break it, you own it” kind of guy in my daily life. I have been scratching my head for a long time about the successful use of endless and fraudulent scaremongering by commercial fishermen, greens, other fishing groups whenever the resource development community wants to dig, cut, build, or otherwise rearrange the land and what is on it.

July 1, 2014

On July 2nd, the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission (AAPC) is hosting a public listening session on Arctic Policy issues. The session will be hosted and moderated by AAPC Commissioners Liz Qaulluq Moore and Reggie Joule who represent Alaska Native Corporations and Tribal entities.

On July 2nd, the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission (AAPC) is hosting a public listening session on Arctic Policy issues. The session will be hosted and moderated by AAPC Commissioners Liz Qaulluq Moore and Reggie Joule who represent Alaska Native Corporations and Tribal entities.

Topics covered will be related to sustainable communities, economies, security, and governance.

February 8, 2014

Senators Kevin Meyer and Peter Micciche propose allowing local governments to ban cell phone use in school zones.  They use the identical and fraudulent logic that led to photo radar here in Anchorage nearly 20 years ago.  They propose to solve a non-existent problem.

September 22, 2013

The anti-Pebble campaign claims another victim.  15,000 Alaskan jobs go down the drain.  But at least we saved commercial fishermen living in Seattle.

September 22, 2013

Join Sean and Sandy Parnell at the home of Mark & Desiree Pfeffer

3129 Susitna View Ct., Anchorage, AK 99517

RSVP:  info@Parnell2014.com or 907-240-0645

Join Sean and Sandy Parnell at the home of Mark & Desiree Pfeffer

3129 Susitna View Ct., Anchorage, AK 99517

RSVP: info@Parnell2014.com or 907-240-0645

May 3, 2013

Why is Joe Miller, a self-professed staunch defender of liberty, a TEA Party favorite, and someone who has reported to be in the middle of the recent internal wars within the Alaska Republican Party for the last three years a bad idea for Alaska? Answer? 

Joe Miller announced setting up an exploratory committee for a possible run for US Senate in 2014 against Mark Begich. While glorious news to the Millerites and Paulians he has ingratiated himself with over the last couple years, I am skeptical that this is anything but bad news for the rest of Alaska.

February 5, 2013

Despite local support, Secretary of Interior, Ken Salazar, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rejected a plan today to build a one-lane medical access road to the Cold Bay airport for residents of the remote Aleutian village of King Cove.

Earlier today Secretary of Interior, Ken Salazar, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rejected a plan to build a one-lane medical access road to the Cold Bay airport for residents of the remote Aleutian village of King Cove.