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Ocasio-Cortez Responds After Alaska Governor Says Dems’ Green New Deal Will Collapse His State’s Economy

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dismissed Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s concerns that the News York Democrat’s climate policies would wreck his state’s economy. “Yeah that’s kind of the point,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote on Twitter Tuesday in response to a tweet from RealClearPolitics reporter Phillip Wegmann who noted that Dunleavy told him that the s0-called Green New Deal “would impact our civilization as we ...

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Alaska Native Women Say Police Ignored Rapes

Native women in Nome, Alaska, said police failed to investigate or keep victims updated on their sexual assault allegations. The Nome Police Department often ignored or did not update victims on their assault allegations, rape survivors and advocates told The Associated Press. The city’s police officers are all reportedly non-Native, while more than half of Nome’s estimated population of 3,866 ...

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The Heart Breaking Reason AG Barr Was In Alaska

Attorney General Bill Bar vowed to solve the “emergency” situation in Western Alaska after traveling throughout the state and witnessing the high rates of crime, sexual violence, and shortage of police. Barr visited the Alaskan town of Napaskiak with Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski where he listened to pleas from villagers over the drastic situation their town faces. Napaskiak ...

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Judge Strikes Down Trump’s Deal With Alaskan Community For A Life-Saving Road

A federal judge on Friday vacated a land swap agreement between an Alaskan village and the Interior department because the federal government violated procedural law when making the deal. U.S. District Court of Alaska Judge Sharon Gleason nullified a January 2018 deal that traded roughly 500 acres of federally protected wilderness to the community of King Cove, Alaska, in exchange ...

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Watch: President Trump Delivers Remarks to Troops in Anchorage, Alaska – 2/28/19 [video+transcript]

President Donald Trump speaks to members of the military at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska on Thursday morning. The president made the stop on his return from a bilateral summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Watch: Transcript THE PRESIDENT: Wow. Thank you very much. So, we’re coming in and we’re landing and I say, “You know, I have ...

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Murkowski: It is a very serious, serious, serious mess in Alaska, a tragedy.

In an interview on FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Shepard Smith Reporting (3PM/ET) Friday, anchor Shepard Smith interviewed Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) to discuss the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that hit southern Alaska, just north of Anchorage. “It is a very serious, serious, serious mess in Alaska – it is a tragedy,” Murkowski stated. ” The early reports are very concerning ...

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$80M Pork Project Sits Useless in AK

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 Southeast Alaska it was designed ...

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U.S Oil Production to Shut Down Completely? Is That the Goal?

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 NPR consists of 23 million ...

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Sarah Palin: 2012 Presidential Profile

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   Education 1983- Graduated from ...

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E.P.A. = Extreme Political Activism

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. So just what caused Shell ...

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Federal Contractor in Alaska Caught On Tape Arm-Twisting Workers to Vote for Murkowski

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.

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Murkowski Campaign Touts Her RINO’ness as a Positive

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 a demonstrated ability to work ...

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