Now that Rep. David Eastman has been exonerated and can retain his legislative seat, his detractors apparently must look for new ways to badmouth and bang at him.
It is so obvious what is going on here. A few people who disagree with David Eastman politically have decided to try this to get rid of him.
Accepting that these functions are the complete story of what goes into making the news ignores the additional factor of bias that all humans have.
Know that the majority of undeclared Alaskan registrants lean to the right.
Could we someday live with no freedom at all and most all our actions, including reproduction, be controlled by the government?
Even if you add in crimes other than murder, the percentage involving AR-15s is miniscule.
My parents use to phrase it, “Focus on how to move past boulder No. 14 on your road of life.”
Do not forget, this country has always been based on the proposition that this is the land of opportunity.
If you work at it, you can have both — reasonable conservation and reasonable development.
Anthropologists tell us that the first Europeans to arrive on the East Coast in the 1600s learned at least some of the Algonquin language.
I had to smile at Bill Sherwonit’s June 24 commentary badmouthing Kelly Tshibaka.
It’s pretty obvious that the screaming opposition is coming from the left side of the political spectrum.
Many Alaskans have little interest in politics. Is it really of value to register these folks and hand them ballots?
C’est la vie. But thanks, Frank, for giving me this opportunity to whine about one aspect of growing old.
Does the use of “widespread” somehow make the voter fraud of no consequence, and thus nothing to waste any time looking into?