Tag Archives: Wayne Anthony Ross (WAR)
Is it really a good thing to be complimented for “courage” by a blogger at the Conservatives for Palin website? Well, mainly it’s a lot of work. It’s nice to be called courageous, sure, but even better is to be represented honestly and in context. Continue reading
Not quite ALL about my 2009, because that would take a year to write. This only took several hours.
Anchorage Assemblymember Patrick Flynn posted on his blog this morning on Sunday that an ordinance to bar discrimination based upon sexual orientation or veteran’s status in the Municipality of Anchorage would be introduced at tonight’s Anchorage Assembly meeting. Per Mr. … Continue reading
WAR goes down! 23 yeas, 35 nays. Repeat: Wayne Anthony Ross will NOT be Alaska Attorney General. We fought the good fight, people, and we WON! The lima beans of the state are dancing. And so, I bet, are Alaska … Continue reading
At least one of Alaska’s daily newspapers have come out editorially against the confirmation of Wayne Anthony Ross to be Alaska’s attorney general: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner — “Reject Ross: Nominee for top legal post is wrong man for the job” … Continue reading
You’ve heard about it, now here it is: the famous letter written by Wayne Anthony Ross to the Alaska Bar Association and published in the Alaska Bar Rag in the early 1990s (turns out it was 1993) which referred to … Continue reading
Representative Jay Ramras, chair of the House Judiciary Committee, doesn’t seem to mind joining Alaska attorney general-nominee Wayne Anthony Ross — not to mention Gov. Sarah Palin herself — in coloring outside the lines of Alaska state law.
Just last night I posted about the opinions that Alaska attorneys with direct experience dealing with Attorney General-nominee Wayne Anthony Ross have of WAR’s mediocre legal abilities: His middling scores on the Alaska Bar Association surveys when he applied for … Continue reading
I’m a writer-blogger, not a political blogger — though I did try it out a little last fall after Palin became a vice-presidential candidate. But it proved too emotionally exhausting for me, & other Alaska progressive bloggers were doing it … Continue reading