Frank Mullen

For Big Oil, the end justifies the means

I was not in attendance at one of the recent debates about Prop 1 (oil taxation) but I saw part of it later. Someone asked the question “why is... Read more

Fish board actions do little to conserve kings

Mark Hamilton, president of the Kenai River Sportfishing Association (KRSA) recently opined that the Board of Fish (BOF) meetings had produced a “... Read more

Voices of the Peninsula: Drift fisherman cynical of fish board proceedings

The Board of Fisheries has been meeting in Anchorage recently with their focus on Upper Cook Inlet fisheries management. I was there for most of... Read more

Voices of the Peninsula: Kenai kings face long odds

The Kenai king controversy has connected some dots for me. I was born in Alaska in 1950 and raised on the banks of the Kenai River. I have... Read more

Initiative reflects incorrect diagnosis

Bob Penney and the KRSA crowd are going on the attack against Cook Inlet setnetters. The initiative they announced recently, if passed by Alaskan... Read more

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