Alaska Landmine Articles

Anchorage should be designed around people, not just cars

Daniel Volland   August 22, 2022

Recently, a visiting presenter to Anchorage gave a talk that resonated with the Anchorage business community and many local leaders. Hosted by the AEDC,...

The Sunday Minefield – August 21, 2022

Jeff Landfield   August 21, 2022

The primary has come and gone, though absentee ballots are still coming in. There were a few big surprises, mostly in State Senate races….

The Alaska Stalker – August 20, 2022

The Alaska Stalker   August 20, 2022

Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you...

The insider guide to an Alaskan gun show

Jacob Hersh   August 20, 2022

“Keep your hand on your gun, Don’t you trust anyone. There’s just one kind of man that you can trust, that’s a dead man, or a gringo like…

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: How much would “government take” from oil need to increase to balance the budget

Brad Keithley   August 19, 2022

In our column a couple of weeks ago we looked at how much oil production would need to increase to...

Why I support a constitutional convention

Senator Robert Myers   August 18, 2022

This November, voters have a once in a decade opportunity to vote to hold a constitutional convention. We should take that opportunity. The Legislature…

The Sunday Minefield – August 14, 2022

Jeff Landfield   August 14, 2022

The 2022 primary is just two days away! Summer sure is flying by. Make sure to check out our primary election coverage on Tuesday…

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: The impact on Alaska families of broadening the funding base

Brad Keithley   August 12, 2022

Often when we look at the distributional impact of various Alaska funding options we use the analysis developed by the Institute on Taxation and...

Sah Quah

Jeff Landfield | Paxson Woelber | Lee Baxter   August 8, 2022

On April 26, 1886, more than two decades after the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment, a Haida man named Sah Quah entered a United...

The Sunday Minefield – August 7, 2022

Jeff Landfield   August 7, 2022

Early and absentee voting are underway for the August 16 primary. It’s hard to believe the primary is just over one week away. I’m…

Mayor Bronson issues executive order allowing him to dismiss Assembly

The Landfill   August 6, 2022

In an unprecedented move, Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson issued an executive order Saturday empowering him to dismiss sitting members of the Anchorage Assembly. Bronson’s…

The Alaska Stalker – August 6, 2022

The Alaska Stalker   August 6, 2022

Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: How much would production need to rise – and where – to balance the budget

Brad Keithley   August 5, 2022

Sometimes the inspiration for these weekly columns comes from comments made by readers. This week’s...

The Sunday Minefield – July 31, 2022

Jeff Landfield   July 31, 2022

The August 16 primary is just over two weeks away. In-person voting starts tomorrow and the deadline to request absentee by-mail ballots is August…

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: Replacing PFD cuts with taxes results in fairer revenues, not more spending

Brad Keithley   July 29, 2022

As even occasional readers are aware, these columns are often focused on a comparison of the impact on Alaska families and the overall economy...

“Red” Scare: A day on the Kenai

Jacob Hersh   July 25, 2022

There’s nothing more balls-out Alaskan than a seven-year-old driving a $30,000 side-by-side. As I’m hauling a bloody, sandy load of fish up the Kenai…

The Sunday Minefield – July 24, 2022

Jeff Landfield   July 24, 2022

The August 16 primary is just over three weeks away. Early and absentee in-person voting starts on August 1. It feels a bit like…

Alaska Stalker – July 23, 2022

The Alaska Stalker   July 23, 2022

Welcome to this edition of the Alaska Stalker, a lighthearted round up of the best and worst of Alaska’s social media landscape. If you...

Brad Keithley’s chart of the week: It’s THE most important fiscal issue this election cycle but few are talking about it

Brad Keithley   July 22, 2022

Earlier this month following the release of Governor Mike Dunleavy’s (R - Alaska) final decisions on the...

Senator Josh Revak is wrong about Big Tech

Adam Schwemley   July 19, 2022

Senator Josh Revak (R – Anchorage) seems to think that the technology companies that have made the internet what it is…
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