While 62 percent of Americans will make new year’s resolutions at some point in their lives, only 8 percent will ever accomplish them. That low percentage isn’t the reason I’m saying resolutions are bubkis (they aren’t), but
Last week Governor Parnell admonished the DEC and the EPA. Where was that furor when state officials used identical tactics against subsistence fisherman last summer?
A second, and very different, bill rejecting the prospect of future federal restrictions on firearms has emerged in the state legislature.
AO37 raises some identity questions in Anchorage. We provide opportunity for Americans coming from states who tax them out of their shoes or frack them out of their drinking water. So long as they're willing to work
The most controversial bill in recent Alaska history - and beyond - might be this session's House Bill 69, sponsored by Speaker Chenault. This legislation was advertised as a declaration of state sovereignty as it related to
Believing in ideals and sticking with a political party through rough patches can be difficult. As a gay man and as a republican, Chris Bailey has some thoughts and concerns about the 2013 Alaska Republican Party that
Last week, the Alaska House Majority laughed at the prospect of recognizing same-sex civil-unions, despite a poll finding that 67% of their constituents support the idea. This week they apologized. But apologies are easy. The Caucus needs
At a Friday House Majority Press Availability, the Republican dominated chamber rolled out their "Guiding Principles" - a list of criteria that would serve as a moral compass as they craft, debate, and pass legislation for the