Tag Archives: Alaska Commons
Mel the reluctant political blogger is going to Netroots Nation after all — on full scholarship through the LGBT Netroots Connect initiative. Wanna know what I said on my scholarship application? Then read this post. Continue reading
I was delighted to learn that John had applied for the scholarship for Netroots Nation 2011; & I’m even more delighted to support his candidacy — both as a progressive blogger per se, and as a tremendous ally to LGBT Alaskans. Please vote for him!
Today the Alaska Senate Judiciary Committee is hearing testimony on Senate Bill 11, the the Alaska Hate Crimes Act, “An Act relating to the commission of a crime when the defendant directed the conduct constituting the crime at the victim … Continue reading
RT: @alaskacommons: If I hear words “common sense” put before a policy, I’m going to assume you’re lying. Poorly. // alaskacommons sense? # @Scallywag195 Enjoyed your account of last night walks when I opened up my tweets this morning! in … Continue reading
Scott McAdams, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, spoke at the Alaska Pride Conference 2010 on October 9. Here’s why I think he’s the best choice for LGBT and moderate and progressive Alaskans.
Not quite ALL about my 2009, because that would take a year to write. This only took several hours.
Tribal sovereignty: AK tribes have jurisdiction over their own kids in child welfare cases — as it should be! http://bit.ly/1deZPY # A good word for GCI, which reactivated my phone/internet tho I could only pay most not all of my … Continue reading
Accused serial rapist Anthony Rollins is an Anchorage police officer whose alleged crimes were perpetrated against at least 6 women while he was on duty. Members of his church, Lighthouse Christian Fellowship, are packing the court in droves. Are they helping him face the consequences of any crimes he committed? Or are they merely showing up in Christianist solidarity?