Opinion Headlines

  1. Alaska politics. “Alaska’s ‘Native Son’ – On Thin Ice.” By Kimberly Strassel. 9-5-14,
  2. Alaska. “The Silent Treatment.” [Mark Begich adopts a novel strategy in Alaska] 8-29-14
  3. Alaska. “Obama’s Trans-Alaska Oil Assault.” [He’s slowly starving the current pipeline so it will have to shut down.] 1-27-15
  4. Alaska. “The Greens’ Back Door at the EPA.” By Kimberley A. strassel.   [“…If the EPA’s Pebble action becomes a model for the agency, it would become the effective zoner of every piece of land in the country…”] 5-15-15
  5. Alaska. “The EPA’s Pebble Blame Game.” By Kimberley A. Strassel.   […The EPA has a problem: its preemptive veto of the Pebble Mine, a proposed project in southwest Alaska…] 5-22-15
  6. Alaska. LTE. “The EPA is Right to be Careful About Pebble Mine Plan.” [by Dennis McLerran, EPA Region 10 Administrator, Seattle.] 5-22-15
  7. Alaska. “Alaska’s Folly: Politicians Contemplate a State Income Tax.” By Stephen Moore. [Republicans in Juneau would sock the state economy rather than tap a $51 billion reserve fund.] 5-1-16
  8. Alaska. “Alaska Drilling Dividend.”  [The tax bill contains a growth bonus in new oil lease sales.]  12-1-17
  9. Energy. “Unlocking Arctic Energy Is Vital for Alaska – and America.” By Lisa Murkowski, Dan Sullivan and Don Young. [Congress should proceed with its plan to allow careful oil exploration on the Last Frontier’s coast.] 9-12-19
  10. Alaska. “Murkowski’s Fishy Rider.” [The Alaskan prepares a sneak attack on the U.S. GM salmon industry.] 9-18-19
  11. Alaska.  “Ranked-Choice Voting Makes a Joke of Alaska Politics.”   By Sarah Montalbano.  [Santa Claus isn’t coming to Congress, but that’s the only good result from this electoral experiment.  7-30-22

Issue Headlines

PC   Anchorage voters first in the nation to reject bathroom bill… 4-12-18

Voters in Alaska’s largest city have become the first in the U.S. to defeat a so-called bathroom bill referendum that asked them to require people to use public bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender at birth.

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