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Jenkins: Time to look hard at school board and at-large voting

By Paul Jenkins | How many befuddled Anchorage voters in the last election opened their voting packet and stared blankly at the enclosed ballot, wondering: Who in the heck are these people running for School Board? Are they conservatives? Liberals? Have I ever heard of them before? While sources of information readily were available about […]

Jenkins: Anchorage can be ugly … and could be even uglier

By Paul Jenkins |   Anchorage is not always beautiful by any stretch of the imagination, especially in the spring when mounds of trash and filth pop out from melting snow. It could be argued the city’s frontier cachet, its edge-of-the-wilderness appeal and the eye-popping mountains looming on its outskirts make up for some of […]

Ramirez

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

Ramirez

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 […]

Ramirez

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 […]

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