It sounds like an April Fool’s news story. But it’s not. Over the weekend a report emerged that should make everyone shake their heads. A brand new, unwanted high speed ferry worth $80 Million was put up for auction receiving only one bid of $750,000. The 200 foot vessel was christened in 2010. Built in… Read More »
Note: Article revised to include recent decision to allow the bridge to be built, with conditions yet to be named. In the great state of Alaska there is a region that is designated as the National Petroleum Reserve. (NPR, and no, this is not about the National Propaganda Radio, which also goes by NPR) The… Read More »
Personal Information Sarah Louise (Heath) Palin was born February 11, 1964, in Sandpoint, Idaho, but the family moved to Alaska when Sarah was just 3 months old. Youth Accomplishments Played on the 1982 Wasilla High School’s Championship Basketball Team- she was co-captain and point guard Was the First Runner Up in the 1984 Miss Alaska contest… Read More »
On April 25, 2011 Shell Oil Corporation announced it was dropping it’s efforts to drill for oil in the Arctic Sea off the northern coast of Alaska. This decision comes after 5 long years of jumping through the governmental hoops of massive regulations, careful, tedious exploration and the expense of investing over 4 billion dollars in the project.… Read More »
Fox News’ Mike Huckabee put this video on the air and it’s outlandish that a Federal contractor would push a certain vote on his workers at the expense of the American taxpayers. As the write-in ballot hand-count continues, this effort to save the RINO Murkowski is alarming.
Lisa Murkowski’s write-in effort is putting her close to Joe Miller. I wanted to understand what very Conservative Alaska voters saw in her over a truly Conservative Joe Miller. First, her campaign website. The entire web site talks about her career in Washington (emphasis mine): With Lisa Murkowski, a known brand in the Senate with… Read More »