The 2017 legislative session is only two weeks old and the calendar is already getting thick with organizations trying to make sure they get their crack at face time with legislators.
Two different groups who track presidential job approval on a daily basis are showing President Donald Trump’s numbers dropping substantially after signing an executive order on Friday barring travel for refugees and citizens from seven Muslim countries.
In our January 29 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar are joined by Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz to discuss Pres. Trump’s executive orders on immigration and whether Anchorage is a sanctuary city, the meaning of and next steps for the Women’s Marches that happened across Alaska, what we’ll see on the Muni ballot in April, and snow removal.
The eye wars return, Nees finds APOC’s weakness, and people get snow stupid. It is Friday in the Sun!
The craziest result in the poll, and maybe the craziest polling number I’ve seen in a while is how many voters already say they support impeaching Trump.
One thing is apparent, there are literally thousands of folks in Alaska ready to do something to stop Donald Trump. The decisions made over the next few months by both local and national progressive leaders will determine if they are successful.
Newly elected Rep. Dean Westlake has introduced a bill to create a new state holiday named Indigenous Peoples Day and co-locate it on the second Monday in October along with Columbus Day.
If you were a local radio mouth looking to give the public what they wanted, you couldn’t not talk about Clinton-Trump, right? That’s what people want to hear, right?
The Sunlight Foundation, a Washington D.C. based watchdog group, has begun tracking federal agencies being instructed by the Trump Administration not to communicate with the public.
A Senate committee chaired by Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski has delayed votes on the confirmations of Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke for Interior Secretary and Texas Governor Rick Perry for Energy Secretary.