Tag Archives: Anchorage
After a period of relative silence, Anchorage Baptist Temple is now preparing to raise its head in public discussion on Proposition 5. ABT associate pastor Glenn Clary filed on February 21 with the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) as chair of a new group called “Protect Your Freedoms Vote No on Prop 5. Continue reading
The “friendly snowplows” of Anchorage: Making things livable for cars & (some) homeowners, but creating unnavigable nightmares for people who walk
From the Alaska Dispatch today comes news that Anchorage’s “friendly snowplows” have helped Anchorage to the top of Livability’s list of the 10 most livable winter cities. Right. Walk a few blocks in MY winter boots.
Home. Yeah. #oztrip #fb # @Inked_Tigress Thanks for your tweets. Some of the best thought out I’ve seen in reply to Inked_Tigress # My cat is in “why were you gone so long but I an SOOOO happy you’re back” … Continue reading
These tweets recount (in part) my epic journey home from Australia, wherein due to the time travel characteristics of flying westbound across the International Date Line I got to experience Saturday the 8th of January twice, & arrived at LAX … Continue reading
A Trustworthy Friend sent this to me last night after reading my $193,000 Sullygate post.
For other news stories & posts on this topic, see my bibliography on all things Sullygate. Here’s Dan Sullivan, described today at Mudflats as “Mayor/Trustee Hybrid” of Anchorage. I’m pretty ticked about what I called “insurance-gate” in my tweets… but … Continue reading
A compilation of links to blog posts & opinion pieces favoring addition of “sexual orientation” to the Municipality of Anchorage’s equal rights code.
There’s no doubt that the Anchorage Baptist Temple’s Jerry Prevo has followed Jesus’ instruction to the fishermen Simon Peter and Andrew to become a fisher of men. But evidence suggests he also excels as a fisher of red herrings, especially when it comes to his opposition to equal rights for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transfolk.
“I take as my text the Book of Job — / for are we not like him, innocent, / suffering, crying out for justice? / are we not like him, each of us / surrounded by these righteous, / these pious friends who so love us, / who console us with false accusations, who comfort us with lies?”