In this the holiday season in a United States heavy on fear, anger and acrimony, could there be a better time to look at the data on how far we have come […]
Strange are the passions of humans in how they come and go. As a kid, I was a fishing nut. Couldn’t get enough. Almost every summer day, there was fishing somewhere. We […]
No public policy debate in the U.S. today involves more simple ignorance than the discussion of gun control, a fact presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke sadly underlined Thursday during the Democrat presidential debate. […]
For anyone who wonders why President Donald Trump’s regular and often erroneous rantings about “fake news” resonate so well with a certain segment of America, here’s a reason why: “Bear meat is […]
By Jill Burke for craigmedred.news Far from the metropolitan areas that today dominate the American consciousness, remote in relation to the contiguous United States, the community of Bethel, AK population 6,300 – […]
In the wake of a bear attack in which bear spray didn’t work, in a world with animal attacks trending upward, more than a few Alaskans are pondering the effectiveness of the popular […]
c I walked up to a policeman yesterday carrying one of the world’s most powerful handguns in a holster in my right hand. He noticed. How could he not? But he didn’t […]
Forty years ago, I surely wasn’t the only student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks with a shotgun in his dorm room. Was it legal? Who knows? Who asked?