Swamp report: Peltola staff turnover
Joe Biden also starts his 82nd spin around the sun today
Good morning from Somewhere in Alaska!
Blizzard warning for MatSu
Brrr … It’s going to be windy on Monday in Southcentral. Batten down the hatches.
Everyone is talking about his age. He called former Obama senior adviser David Axelrod a prick. Axelrod didn’t back down, and said that Biden’s ego was getting in the way of his better judgment. Getting old isn’t for sissies.
He and the Democrats tried to force New Hampshire into second place, and put South Carolina first in the primaries. New Hampshire said no thanks, and now Biden has to run as a write-in candidate in their primary because Biden missed the sign-up deadline.
She was a classy First Lady, defined loyalty, worked on issues involving mental health, and loved to fly fish in Alaska.
MIA Mary’s staff just does not stick around. Is it because of all the behind-door screaming sessions?
The man and a companion were heading to the stream to go fishing, and got between a sow and her cub. Crazy story for the grandkids.
This index is from the Libertarian think tank Cato. It puts New Hampshire at No. 1, Florida at No. 2, and New York at No. 50.
Northern Justice Project, ACLU sues Mat-Su schools for putting 56 out of 600,000 books into a review committee
The ACLU and Northern Justice Project are lying in their press release by saying the books have been removed because the district doesn’t agree with the content. The truth is that the books are in a review committee due to complaints from the public. But liars are gonna lie.
Who is that man who shot a perfect score in firearms? You’ll want him on your side in a firefight.
We’ve got the links so you can look through all the tapes the Capitol Police had and that Liz Cheney didn’t want you to see. They show police escorting the visitors into the Capitol and even fist-bumping and shaking hands with them.
The Biden Administration revolving door — create a slush fund for “climate change,” then jump out of the administration and get into a nonprofit to apply for those grant dollars. Watch how The Swamp works its magic on taxpayers like us.
Spotted: Sen. Sullivan joins tens of thousands in support of Israel
On the National Mall at the March for Israel was Sen. Dan Sullivan, reinforcing “America’s steadfast commitment to our strongest ally in the Middle East and our solidarity with the Jewish community in the United States and around the world.”
He was 93, and so many folks are gone who would remember all the ways that he served the community of Juneau and the state. A long life well lived. We remember.
The gayest city in Alaska is the state capital, where the rainbow crosswalk is a slippery mess today, and the wind is howling this morning downtown.
The owner says it’s just not safe downtown in Anchorage, so they moved into the atrium of the ConocoPhillips building. By the way, that is an area that has security cameras and security guards.
When the Permanent Fund Corp. bought the building, it did not buy the totem poles, so they are finally being moved to the Goldbelt building out by the airport.
It’s the annual departure of daylight above the Arctic Circle. That is a light cycle that is not for everyone … In fact, few on the planet are cut out for it.
On the move
Shauna Thomas was appointed to the City Council in Craig, filling out the term of resigned Councilman Cody Schwegel until the Oct. 2024 election.
Stacey Simmons with Koniag to the Alaska Chamber Board of Directors
Alaska Food Bank CEO Jim Baldwin announced his retirement. The board has unanimously chosen the Chief of Advocacy and Public Policy Cara Durr as CEO.
House Transportation Committee presentation on Port Mac
Monday, Nov. 20 at 1 pm, tune into a House Transportation Committee session on Port MacKenzie and Port MacKenzie Rail Extension, past, present and future by Mike Brown, borough manager; Nick Spiropoulos, borough attorney; and Dave Griffin, port operations manager for the Matanuska Susitna Borough.
Presentation II: Exploring the Future of Rail
Continuing the House Transportation session is a second presentation: Development: Vision, Plans, Federal Funding, and Efficient Freight Transportation – AnIn-Depth Discussion by Bill O’Leary, President and CEO; Brian Lindamood, Vice President and Chief Engineer; and Meghan Clemens, External Affairs Director, Alaska Railroad.
Quote of the day
“If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt
Question of the week
This day in history
Nov. 20, 1942, Joe Biden, 46th president of the United States, was born.
But much work remains to make it right in this Southeast Alaska town.
Third in the series about the hopes for renewables in Alaska — and the realities.
We can balance stewardship and responsible development.
Part 2 of the problem with assessments of Haines properties.
The document mentions God four times — and there’s a reason that the nation was designed for a faithful nation.
How many sexual deviants slipped through the cracks? This one case is enough to send chills down your spine.
Alaska oil: $80.32
Henry Hub gas: $3.06
Alaska North Slope Production: 484,946
Permanent Fund (principal and earnings reserve): $76,622,900,000
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