Posts Tagged ‘Alaska’

Baked Alaska Finally Realizes TradThots Are Useless Sacks of Shit

It took him about five years, but Baked Alaska has finally learned that e-girls and online groupies pretending to be “trad” are useless, degenerate sacks of shit. (Start it at the 25:00) Watch this video on YouTube He talks about how he started dating some e-girl groupie who he met through his online social circle. […]

Biden Barely Beats Sanders in Alaska, Even Though Sanders Already Quit the Race

Bernie Sanders has already dropped out of the race, but he almost won the primary in Alaska. It really makes you think. Fox News: Joe Biden has won the Alaska Democrats’ party-run presidential primary, beating Sen. Bernie Sanders days after Sanders suspended his campaign. Biden beat Sanders Saturday 55.3% to 44.7%. A total of 19,759 votes were cast. […]

21-year-old Unalaska snowmachiner dies in avalanche in Alaska

   An Unalaska man was killed in an avalanche Tuesday evening while he was snowmachining in the Unalaska Valley. Trey Henning, 21, was buried in the avalanche and later recovered from the site near the quarry on Overland Drive. In a statement, the Unalaska Department of Public Safety said life-saving measures were unsuccessful. “CPR was […]

Anchorage, Alaska sets daily record for high temperature and snowfall on same day

   Anchorage, Alaska, set two seemingly opposite records, one for high temperature and one for snowfall, on the same day. Just the right setup, with a moist and active pattern, allowed a warm temperature record to occur on the same calendar day as heavy snowfall. Strong southerly flow courtesy of an upper-level high over northwestern […]

Alaska Legislation Would Finally Recognize The Existence Of Tribes

A bill before the Alaska House Tribal Affairs Committee is simple: “The state recognizes all tribes in the state that are federally recognized …” The legislation gets more complicated after that line. There are disclaimers about what the legislation doesn’t do. There would be no changes to state jurisdiction. Or the status of land. And it […]

Lawsuit Will Target Oil Companies For Wiping Out Belugas In Alaska

John Vibes, Truth Theory Waking Times Two environmental groups have issued a warning that they will be filing a lawsuit against the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), alleging that the agency violated the Endangered Species Act by issuing permits for oil and gas exploration in Cook Inlet in southern Alaska. The law required the agency […]

Belugas Are Dying off in Alaska and Oil and Gas Operations Are to Blame, Says Lawsuit

Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch Waking Times Two environmental groups made a formal announcement that they will file a lawsuit to protect endangered beluga whales whose numbers have plummeted recently, as the AP reported. The suit aims to void permits allowed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that opened up oil and gas exploration in Cook Inlet in southern Alaska. […]

Schiff: If Trump Isn’t Removed ‘He Could Offer Alaska’ to Russia ‘For Support In The Election’

Democrat impeachment manager Adam Schiff said Monday that if President Trump is not removed from office “he could offer Alaska to the Russians in exchange for support in the next election.” During Schiff’s closing remarks, he also said President Trump may escape to Mar-a-Lago permanently and let his son-in-law Jared Kushner run the country. The […]

Trump could ‘offer Alaska to the Russians’ in exchange for 2020 support – impeachment manager Schiff

   California Democrat Adam Schiff painted a doomsday scenario if President Donald Trump is not impeached, including an all-powerful dictator ruling from Mar-a-Lago, letting his son-in-law run America, and trading Alaska to Russia. Schiff’s high fantasy came during the closing arguments of the Senate impeachment trial on Monday, after a series of procedural votes on […]

Alaska Becomes First State To Allow Public Use Establishments

Alaska Becomes First State To Allow Public Use Establishments Above Photo: From Norml.org Massachusetts and Colorado Not Far Behind Source Article from https://popularresistance.org/alaska-becomes-first-state-to-allow-public-use-establishments/ Hits: 14

Alaska volcano: Major eruption grounds flights sparing travel chaos and safety alerts

The explosion, which went off at 2.15pm local time, flung plum of debris and ash around 2.2 miles into the sky. Janine Krippner, a volcanologist and New Zealand native who works with the Smithsonian Institution’s Global Volcanism Program, said to the Washington Post: “It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when and […]

Shishaldin volcano in Alaska erupts, producing 24,000 feet ash cloud and volcanic lightning

   Shishaldin Volcano had an eruption Friday morning that produced an ash cloud approximately 24,000 feet and volcanic lightning. Matt Haney, a geophysicist with the Alaska Volcano Observatory, said the volcano – located about 58 miles southwest of Cold Bay – has been active since July. “Shishaldin has been in an eruptive state for the […]

Fish All Gone! Gulf of Alaska Fishery to Close for the First Time Ever: No More Cod: Salmon All but Gone: Millions of Small Sea Birds Died Since 2015

November 2019, thousands of short-tailed shearwaters birds migrating from Alaska were washing up dead on Sydney’s iconic beaches. Extremely low cod numbers have lead feds to close the Gulf of Alaska fishery for the first time ever. In an unprecedented response to historically low numbers of Pacific cod, the federal cod fishery in the Gulf […]

Group Wins Landmark Case Against Super PACs In Alaska

Group Wins Landmark Case Against Super PACs In Alaska Above Photo: skeeze / Pixabay Today, in a historic ruling, the non-profit group Equal Citizens obtained a judicial ruling that, for the first time since Citizens United, could restore limits on donations to Super PACs and independent groups. The case was brought by a cross-partisan group of three Alaska citizens—Donna Patrick and Pat […]

Alaska man recovering after bear mauling thwarted by his dad

   An Alaska man who was mauled by a bear before his father came to his rescue was being treated at Juneau hospital for deep bite wounds on his arm and leg, the father said Friday. Casey Bradford, 21, was in good spirits but in a lot of pain a day after the brown bear […]

University of Alaska Fairbanks Suggests Fires Did NOT Cause WTC 7 Collapse

The collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC 7) on 9/11 was not a result of fires, according to a draft report released by researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). The UAF findings contradict those of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which concluded in a 2008 report that WTC 7 was […]

University of Alaska Study ‘Definitively’ Concludes Fire Did NOT Cause Building 7 Collapse on 9/11

Phillip Schneider, Staff Writer Waking Times On September 3rd, the University of Alaska Fairbanks released a study on their analysis of the infamous Twin Towers collapse. In it, they found that the third tower’s collapse was, “caused not by fire but rather by the near-simultaneous failure of every column in the building.” On September 11th, […]

Alaska’s Sea Ice Has all Melted

Jordan Davidson, EcoWatch Waking Times The ice near Alaska‘s shores has melted away entirely, leaving the nearest ice shelf nearly 150 miles away, according to new satellite data from the National Weather Service, as The Independent reported. The historic Alaskan summer that saw record high temperatures, warmer seas, and a once in a lifetime heat wave, has caused the sea […]

REPORT: AMERICAN SUBMARINE TORPEDOED AND SUNK OFF ALASKA COAST

    Hal Turner Radio Show An American submarine operating off the coast of Alaska was REPORTEDLY torpedoed and SUNK during a firefight with a Russian submarine, after the American sub allegedly intercepted the Russian sub in American waters. The Russian submarine allegedly sustained heavy damage in the fight, with upwards of 14 crew killed, […]

A Gray Whale Washed Ashore in Alaska May Hold Clues to this Year’s Deadly Migration

Most years the annual gray whale migration along North America’s West Coast is a sure sign of spring. But this year something has gone wrong. Since January at least 167 dead whales have washed ashore from Mexico to Alaska. Scientists expect more in the weeks ahead. One of the dead whales came to rest at […]

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