ADN beclowns itself
Question of the Week: Will Biden announce this week?
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Who ordered this CRT training for the entire campus? We still don’t know. Why weren’t parents not told there would be an anti-Trump component to the training?
“You look around and you see so many people break under the strain, the downward pressure of whatever it is that we're going through…” Read Tucker Carlson’s powerful speech and watch it in its entirety here.
David Ignell gives an advance look at the court case for an Alaska woman who adopted FASD children, only to have the state take them away because she cared too much.
MRAK Question of the week:
The Navy is required by law to produce a shipbuilding plan. Instead, it produced a climate change plan, and Sen. Sullivan is not too happy about it.
Democrats run businesses this way
Starting May 1, home buyers with a good credit score over 680 will pay ~$40 more each month on a $400,000 loan. A down payment of 20% pays the highest fees. Good credit score borrowers’ payments will then be used to subsidize higher-risk borrowers through lower fees. This is what they call “equity.”
Anchorage Daily News identifies as a news organization …
The Anchorage Daily News, funded in part by ProPublica, has been stalking its Republican target — Judy Eledge, a well-known political activist and a director at the Loussac Library who calls it like she sees it. She’s not going woke and she’s not shutting up.
Who else is in ProPublica’s target? Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. At least Mrs. Eledge is in good company.
Who is ProPublica linked to? Sam Bankman Fried, FTX, and Building a Stronger Future, a Democrat-look-alike operation.
The story was such a nothing-burger that readers weren’t even interested after the first day, but editors keep rotating the story to the top of the page. Over on the right-hand “most read” rail, the story is not getting the views. Editors are so invested in this “gotcha,” complete with secret tapes of Eledge saying spicy things that most people believe are within her right. When did the newspaper do an expose on the taxpayer-funded Alaska Black Caucus leadership calling whites racist?
What else has the ADN not reported on?
The Service High School principal scandal and the anti-Trump training that was forced on Eagle River High School. The goons were too busy attacking a conservative who speaks her mind, as protected by the Constitution.
Do you see how this works? They won all their seats on the Assembly and are now going after Anchorage's utility monopoly, Chugach Electric, to take over that board.
Alaska’s one store on Dimond Blvd. in Anchorage is on chopping block. Go woke, go broke — the company stopped focusing on profitability and went for equity instead.
A Texas judge’s decision to not allow the Mifepristone pills to be mailed has been put on hold while the decision works its way through appeals to the Supreme Court.
Dunleavy has a bill setting up two new funds: One is where the settlement money will go from the opioid lawsuits, and the other will have flexible spending authority for the Department of Health to address the crisis caused by addiction.
The bills are coming at us fast and furious. Read all about them here.
The body cams haven’t been implemented in the timeframe desired by the ABC, a group that is funded by U.S. taxpayers.
It’s a long decision that boils down to this: What is the point of even having a redistricting board? The Supreme Court is going to gerrymander it anyway.
The Democrats, ActBlue, the FEC, and the mainstream media are pretending ActBlue isn’t the biggest grift in campaign history.
Guess who else is attending? Rahm Emmanuel. Daniel Yergin. And more.
The New York Post was right: The old Twitter management team before Elon Musk bought the company had been colluding with the the Biden campaign all along.
Budweiser used the TikTok persona of a 12-year-old girl to market its beer. Isn’t that targeting minors? How is that not criminal?
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This day in history
April 24, 1956 – The voters of Alaska approved the constitution adopted at Fairbanks in February by a vote of 17,447 to 7,180 and adopted a “Tennessee plan” to send an unofficial three-member delegation to Congress. Ernest Gruening and William Egan were named delegates to the Senate, Ralph J. Rivers to the House.
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