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 […]
Journalism as those over 30 have known it might not be dead yet, but it is on its death bed. Anyone who has any doubts needs to get out of his or […]
Conservative Alaskans seemingly gleeful about the demise of local news media perceived as leaning left appear dangerously unaware of the handout-driven landscape of journalism in these times. As reporting power across the […]
Commentary The Alaska Dispatch News, the 49th state’s largest newspaper and most-visited online news site, is teetering on the edge of financial collapse, and some on the right in one of the […]
Commentary Calm the hell down my good liberal friends. America is not overnight going to be transformed into “The Apprentice,” let alone Nazi Germany. No matter how much President-elect Donald Trump […]
Commentary Alaska Senate candidate Joe Millers’s “brown-shirted security detail (that) put a Jewish reporter in handcuffs at (a) public event” is gone now, but for a time last week it lived in […]
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?