Bob Bird

Voices of the Peninsula: President’s Day and the Cult of Government

Some of us will have a day off on Monday, Feb. 19, because it is another federal three-day weekend, this time “President’s Day.”... Read more

The Lake Iliamna cryptid saga

Many people do not realize that there has been thoughtful consideration taken of the presence of a creature(s) that needs explaining in the depths of... Read more

Voices of the Peninsula: The dangers of school choice

Rushing headlong like lemmings into the sea, Christians are piling on their legislative efforts to enable people to afford private education.

It’s not hard to... Read more

Nullification valid means to oppose federal edicts

With the overconfidence fed a subservient press, the federal government has discovered, at long last, that there are limits to where it can push the... Read more

National popular vote: Alaskans should know better

I saw with dismay the Clarion's website which indicated that some 75 percent of respondents thought that the presidential election ought to be decided by... Read more

More regulations, more government control

Government regulations, whether local, state or national, often arise from a cozy relationship between lobbyists, special interests, and the legislators. I have long suspected that... Read more

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