We're covering all the firearms and 2A headlines of the day. Some common sense discussion on CCW and discussion on gun rights. Then in hour two we talk to Chris Howard President of the Law Abiding Firearms Owners, live from Australia.
Seems like the wildlife is fighting back these days and it means tragedy for folks in Eagle River. We'll talk a bit more about the national and state headlines and then in hour two we sit down with former Lt Gov Mead Treadwell, now a republican candidate for Governor.
Today it's all about our upcoming elections featuring discussions with two candidates. David Eastman representing the Matsu and Liz Vasquez representing West Anchorage. We talk about where their vision of government is going and how they fell about the "One Question" we need to ask every public official.
Today's the day we get down and dirty with the details with Brad Keithley from Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets. We'll talk more about the 'shadow deficit' and look at how wages stack up in both private and public sectors.
Today we discuss James Brooks article in the Juneau Empire about the 'shadow deficit' in the state budget, then we talk to Libertarian candidate Mark Fish about the state fiscal situation. Finally a look at the 'end' of the Internet as we know it and the end of your privacy on the web.
Today we delve into the origins of the 2nd Amendment and what it means to the birth, growth and continued future of America. We discuss what we need to do to protect it and we take your phone calls to answer all of the gun questions that we can. Remember: "There's no such thing as a dumb gun question."
Lots to cover today as we discuss headlines, both statewide and a couple national. Then we're joined by Lt Gov candidate Edie Grunwald to discuss her outlook on the State of Alaska. We'll finish up with a Reason Magazine Block, discussing taxation and the effect on the free market. Don't forget to share the show!
No guests today, so we hit some of the headlines from around the state. Including the dust up in Homer over the LGBT proclamtion from the Mayor, rogue pastor's jumping into kid's reading time and the purchase of the $40m LIO building by Anchorage for $14m. Plus your phone calls and emails.
Back after a long weekend and ready to tear it up with all the news we've missed discussing. Brad Keithley comes in to discuss state and national politics and then we get a surprise visit from Rep Lora Reinbold in hour two talking about the state budgets.
As always we start with the days news, then we pick it up with Dennis Johnson the Director of Alaska Pretrial Services who talks about the effect of SB91 on crime in the state. Then in hour two we chat with Josh Guckert, attorney and former editor-in-chief at The Libertarian Republic about the SCOTUS decision on the Colorado baker refusing to bake the cake for the gay wedding.
A few headlines then we jump into the real beginning of the political race season with Brad Keithley from Alaskans for Sustainable Budgets. We'll give you the rundown of the candidates and scorecards for incumbents. After that I guarantee we'll need a PMA boost from Chris Story our thought guru. Finally touching on California showing us the problem with governement
All the headlines including the SCOTUS decision on baking a cake, crime stories and more. Then Mark Fish comes in to give us his Libertarian perspective on the State of the state. Finally we take a look at stuff happening nationally, including the exodus from California and the root cause.
Here's where we take a couple hours every week and discuss issues of gun rights and the 2nd Amendment. There's a lot of good news stories out there today to cover and a good bit of history we can talk about. Plus there's "no such thing as a dumb gun question" so we'll be taking your calls as well. Finally in hour 2 we'll lighten things up a bit and chat with Bill Fry from Bear Creek Winery and Lodging about their summer festival in Homer next week.
What is happening with crime in this state? And this election season is turning out to be a WILD ride. Those headlines plus Candidate Stephen Duplantis in hour one. Then we talk with AMAC's Mike Coons in hour two about his charge to set up new chapters around the State.
Let's talk headlines, then join Senator Shelley Hughes to talk about the outcome of her Hemp bill and what it means for the state. Then Senator Mike Shower comes in to discuss an issue that he and I share; a deep concern with tying Alaska's future to that of communist China's.
We roundup some headlines from the Holiday weekend, then pick it up with Brad Keithley who drills down into the AK/China situation as well as discusses Tammie Wilson's visit last week. We hope to talk with Chris Story as well and get his take on some south peninsula news as well as our weekly dose of positivity. And we'll chat with you.
On today's program we chat with John R Lott Jr about this continuing theme we see in the 'anti-gun' culture. A comparison of US homicide & mass shooting rates to places like Australia and the EU. We drill down into the actual numbers and statistics with Dr Lott and discuss potential solutions to this VERY complex problem.
We talk about this weeks 2A Headlines, including yesterday's shooting in Oklahoma where the active shooter was killed by an armed citizen. Then we chat with John R Lott Jr about this continuing comparison of US homicide & mass shooting rates to places like Australia. Finally we chat with Jeff Landfield of the Alaska Landmine about his thoughts on the solutions to the violence we see today.
We start by peeking behind the curtain at the darker side of some of the newest technology that we are embracing on a daily basis. Then we examine the possibility that all that inflation we hear about is adding up. Finally we talk to Todd Smoldon, economics teacher and former appointed candidate for Senate Seat E.
After headlines we talk with Rep. Tammie Wilson about her votes on HB331 & HB409 and the future of the state of Alaska. Then we discuss how things are going in the rest of the US including taxes across the country and the 30yo man who a judge finally allowed his parents to kick him out of the house.....