Kelvey Vander Hart: Faculty art show at the University of Alaska at Anchorage sparks freedom of expression debate with a controversial painting.
Then you might want to look to where job creation has occurred. Dana Pico posted a pie chart I found very interesting. It shows only 9 states plus Washington DC added jobs from June 2006 to June 2011.* (Washington DC is most likely all government jobs, so it doesn’t really count.) While the pie chart […]
I just finished watching the first part of the eight part new documentary on TLC called Sarah Palin’s Alaska. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The scenery was fantastic as former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and her husband Todd went salmon fishing and then mountain climbing in Denali National Park on a section of Mt. McKinley. This […]
I don’t want to call this Governor Palin’s farewell weekend as she hands the reigns over to Lt. Governor Sean Parnell tomorrow in Fairbanks. It’s not farewell because while she may be done as Alaska’s governor, she’s being liberated to further make a difference nationally. Every year she’s been in office they host a […]
Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is visiting New York this weekend. Starting off in Auburn and Seneca Falls in Central New York. She was there to celebrate Founders Day in Auburn, and to help raise money for a museum that honors William Seward (1801-1872) who was Secretary of State under President Abraham Lincoln and President Andrew […]
Currently in Des Moines it is 10 degrees Fahrenheit , and the windchill is -3. Currently in Barrow, AK it is 19 degrees Fahrenheit with a windchill of 2. So it is warmer on the Arctic Ocean right now. This really bites. What’s worse is that it is warmer today than it has been for […]