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Michael Ramirez is two-time Pulitizer Prize winner for editorial cartoons.

Jenkins: Alaska gun measure needs work

By Paul Jenkins | Legislation that would allow “red flag” orders barring people deemed a danger to themselves or others from access to firearms is struggling in Juneau — and for good reason. House Bill 75, introduced last year by Anchorage Democratic Rep. Geran Tarr, would deny — before a crime is committed — a […]

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Michael Ramirez is a two-time American Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist.

Jenkins: It is insane to blame guns for school shootings

By Paul Jenkins |     Even in the shadow of the latest school shooting, it is heartbreaking to watch naive Americans, young and old, so easily, so enthusiastically embrace the shredding of the Second Amendment as if that somehow would ensure their safety. Seventeen young lives were ended in just over six minutes at […]

Jenkins: Prop. 1 aims to fix lousy public policy

By Paul Jenkins | Voters in Anchorage’s first-ever mail-in balloting are being asked, among other things, to change municipal code that provides anti-discrimination protection for transsexuals based on their professed “gender identity.” It should, of course, be “sex identity,” but that ship apparently has sailed. Proposition 1 on the April 3 ballot is only the most recent iteration […]

Ramirez

Michael Ramirez is a two-time American Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist.

Jenkins: Anchorage’s first-ever vote-by-mail balloting. I worry too much.

By Paul Jenkins | Anchorage is poised to embark on a grand experiment — voting by mail. Ballots will be sent out. Ballots will be returned. What possibly could go wrong? The idea is to increase voter turnout and cut election costs by phasing out polling places. But if you happen to be part of […]

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