A warm hello, Thank you for keeping Alaskans informed, after reading” No One has a Solid Plan to Clean up Major Oil Spill in Chukchi Sea” by Bill Springer in the Alaska Dispatch, I feel compelled to point out a number of important facts pertaining to oil spills in the Arctic, and the technology that has […]
Questions remain as to why Gov. Parnell waited almost four years to open an official investigation into 2010 Alaska National Guard (ANG) chaplains’ reports to him of sexual assaults of particular servicewomen in the ANG. This is an important issue for all Alaskans. The sexual assault epidemic within U.S. military ranks rages on. Congress adopted […]
Since I spoke with the Alaska Native News last, I pondered why corporations, such as “big oil,” who jump at every chance to cut costs, would not want to reduce their liability caused by oil spills by incorporating new techniques for oil spill response. I wondered why BP, who at last count had $42 billion […]
Last week Rep. Munoz was the pivotal Yes vote on Senate Bill 49, the bill that attempts to establish a medical definition in state law for publicly funded abortions.
Ever wonder how Alaska's relationship with oil companies compares to other such relationships around the world? Articles explaining such relationships frequently appear in newspapers all over the country but such articles seldom appear in Alaska.