Monthly Archives: February 2009

ONE MAN’S PUSH BACK

Governor Bobby Jindal (R., LA) was berated personally, ideologically and technically after his rebuttal to the president’s non-state of the union address.  Beyond the nationwide attacks on his appearance, tone and presentation (some of which was from Republicans), Alaskan media … Continue reading

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Liberty and Freedom Lost

A grassroots effort to repair the municipal tax cap ended the first phase of the election process Tuesday, 10 Feb., when representatives of the Municipal Taxpayers League of Anchorage (MTL) officially filed their petition in the Clerk’s Office at City … Continue reading

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American Exceptionalism as an Argument Against Liberal Progressive Politics

It often seems as though in discussions regarding the role of government a substantial portion of the community is inclined to believe that government’s primary role is to serve as a benefactor of liberty and freedom rather than a protector … Continue reading

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