Alaska Courts

A plea for justice

Power of the Grand Jury I will admit right here that in my past I have been falsely accused of a crime I didn’t do. Despite the shock of what was alleged, I had to write a response in a pleading, and I had to go to court and tell my side of the story. …

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When Will Justice Prevail?

Let’s Take Alaska Back Approximately 35 percent of American oil was from foreign sources in October of 1973 when the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries announced an oil embargo against the United States in retaliation for our country’s support of Israel during the Yom Kippur War. Price of gasoline shot up, shortages were common, …

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Arrogance of Entitlement

When the Flash Mob Wants your Land Local Landmine Blog buffoon, Jeff Landfield and an elected member of the Anchorage Assembly, are joined in this game camera shot by other trespassers, on the private property of Frank Pugh near Paradise Valley Subdivision above Potter Marsh. Pugh owns a home in a nearby subdivision. Imagine you …

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We Don’t have to be Victims:

The Long View of Crime in Alaska (2020©     During the 1970s construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline we saw our state transformed by crime; as also happened in previous fur and gold rushes. It happened simultaneous to the influx of people flooding here to build that engineering marvel, while some others arrived for diabolical …

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Alaska’s Government School Failure: What will it take to fix them?

First Published January, 2016;  A story from Gov. Dunleavy’s former Mat-Su Senate District. A new student in my Wasilla, Alaska, Adult Basic Education (ABE) class recently expressed wonder in how much he had progressed in just a few days of math study here, and, further expressing himself told of the public high school he had …

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