Alaska Hope

Huhnkie Lee

Huhnkie Lee; Social Media Sensation

I find it hilarious when people criticize me and I try to keep my sense of humor about it. I have a regular appearance online every Friday where your readers can see my presentations. Yeah, it’s a Zoom meeting, called Friday and I love Huhnkie Lee. It is open to everybody. They can talk, because I want to listen, and learn from the people all around the world: Africa, Europe, Australia, India, Vietnam, Asia, all have appeared. I am very transparent.

Paul A. Bauer: Return to Traditional Values

Voters elect exactly who they deserve in our Representative Democracy.1 We must therefore understand WHY any particular candidate is running for public office. Some run to impose their ideological agendas on everybody else, but conservatives–who mostly want to be left alone–have traditionally allowed self-serving candidates to be just that. Conversely, conservatives usually run for elected …

Paul A. Bauer: Return to Traditional Values Read More »

Discounts are given for patrons who carry at Ammo Can Coffee, LLC

Cool Conservative Place to Congregate: Ammo-Can Coffee Social Club in Soldotna!

Coffee from an Ammo-Can?! What began for Jason Floyd as a midlife professional crisis in 2015 has become a Kenai Peninsula institution for rational Alaskans who have had enough of “woke” political nonsense invading every aspect of our lives.[1] Along the way Floyd’s private enterprise endeavors have also clearly impacted Alaska military veterans of the …

Cool Conservative Place to Congregate: Ammo-Can Coffee Social Club in Soldotna! Read More »

Seeking Local Alaskan Food: Mariculture Options for Food Security

Alaska food security means different things to people in various regions of Alaska. When this writer lived in Southeast Alaska my freezer was filled every summer with fish and deer, but I was not so keen on spending a lot of time foraging for berries. In speaking recently with a food security advocate who lives …

Seeking Local Alaskan Food: Mariculture Options for Food Security Read More »

How will this PFD Nightmare End?

Expectations of We The People  Our Alaska Constitution states clearly in Article I Section 2. Source of Government: all political power is inherent in the people. All government originates with the people, is founded upon their will only, and is instituted solely for the good of the people as a whole.  Elected officials represent WeThe …

How will this PFD Nightmare End? Read More »

What would Don and Roberta Sheldon have wanted?

 Alaska’s Denali Legacy (2021©donnliston.co) An enclave dining area features a model of the Piper Cub flown by legendary pilot Don Sheldon at the Coast Inn at Lake Hood. A large banquet room is being remodeled in honor of Sheldon and a grand opening is planned, themed with memorabilia provided by Sheldon’s daughter, Holly Sheldon Lee, who runs Sheldon Air Service in …

What would Don and Roberta Sheldon have wanted? Read More »

The Alaskan Way to Repay Service

Battle Dawgs take Combat Veteran Care to the Next Level (2019©donnliston.co) The Battle Dawgs base camp near Talkeetna. It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War is hell.                                                        –William T. Sherman In 1836 the Pilgrims …

The Alaskan Way to Repay Service Read More »

Political Challenges Today: What would Can-DO Wally Hickel Do?

(2019©donnliston.co)  President-elect Richard Nixon talks with Gov. Walter Hickel of Alaska in New York in 1968. CreditAssociated Press There have been times when Alaska politics were entertaining, candidates knew every vote counted, and campaigns could take on the atmosphere of a circus. Many were especially amused when die-hard Republicans, Can-Do Wally Hickel and Jack Coghill ran …

Political Challenges Today: What would Can-DO Wally Hickel Do? Read More »

Scroll to Top