Update: Sen. Dan Sullivan has also weighed in on Trump’s comments in a Facebook post saying “Anything less than complete and unambiguous condemnation of white supremacists,…
Thanks to a new state program, Alaskans getting insurance on the marketplace will save an average 21.6 percent on their premiums.
Hosts Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar are both back after a short summer break and boy do they have a lot to cover. There is, of course, the failure of the Trumpcare and its impact on how Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s is viewed by Americans and her own constituents here in Alaska. We also delve into the Legislature’s many, many special sessions, how the Governor and Lt. Governor primaries are already shaping up, and the unfortunate events in Chancellorsville, Virginia over the weekend. And don’t worry, Anthony Scaramucci (The MOOOOCH!) even gets some time on this week’s podcast.
There hasn’t been much “calmness” to the president’s handling of North Korea this week.
While North Korea has dominated the headlines, President Donald Trump took steps today to recognize a major problem at home. Today, Trump declared the opioid crisis…
More than a dozen disaffected Republicans and a handful of moderate Democrats are hoping to recreate Gov. Bill Walker’s 2014 independent run in their 2018…
Murkowski says it’s the Democrats, not her, that sought to block the president’s ability to make recess appointments.
The president accused Murkowksi of letting down Republicans and the country, but not of letting down Alaska.
With Casey Reynolds out this week and Congress and the Alaska State Legislature mired in equally sluggish progress on their agendas, Forrest Dunbar is joined by guest host Judy Jessen to discuss the BCRA, oil industry tax policy in HB 111, and they even delve into Trump’s deepening scandal involving his campaign’s (and family’s) collusion with Russia. Then pollster Ivan Moore stops by to unveil results of his latest polling on Lisa Murkowski, Dan Sullivan, Don Young, Bill Walker, and, in a surprise, tells us who Alaskans would vote for in a head-to-head match-up between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
The federal commission told states to not submit any voter information while a lawsuit in the Lower 48 is pending.