The insider guide to an Alaskan gun show
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“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 me.” – Ennio Morricone, “A Gringo Like Me” I need an AR-15. … Read More

Why I support a constitutional convention
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This November, voters have a once in a decade opportunity to vote to hold a constitutional convention. We should take that opportunity. The Legislature has proved to be incapable of making the necessary adjustments to our new economic and fiscal … Read More

The Sunday Minefield – August 14, 2022
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The 2022 primary is just two days away! Summer sure is flying by. Make sure to check out our primary election coverage on Tuesday night. We will be streaming our coverage on Facebook Live and YouTube. Many candidates are working … Read More

Sah Quah
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On April 26, 1886, more than two decades after the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment, a Haida man named Sah Quah entered a United States courtroom in Sitka. A judge later described him as “sad spectacle” of a man, with mutilated ears and a missing eye. Sah Quah’s English was limited, but it would be impossible to ignore the gravity of his allegations: that he had been captured by the Flathead Indians and sold into slavery as a child, trafficked up a Northwest Coast slave-trading network, and was currently enslaved to a Tlingit man in Sitka named Nah-Ki-Klan. Sah Quah had come to the American court, he said, to seek “papers” freeing him from his bonds.… Read More

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