VIDEO: Lisa Murkowski Practically Assaults Reporter For Daring to Question Her on Obamacare

From: Joe Miller

VIDEO: Lisa Murkowski Practically Assaults Reporter For Daring to Question Her on Obamacare

Reflecting her incredible arrogance – and stupidity – Lisa Murkowski practically assaults a reporter this week for daring to question her about whether she would support House efforts against Obamacare.

Watch the incredible exchange here:

Of course, virtually all Alaskans know this is how their Senator acts both in public and private. So how the heck does she keep getting reelected? Perhaps that’s a question for the state’s corrupt Division of Elections…

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Lisa has set US up for disaster:
Lisa Murkowski Blocked Effort to Protect US Power Grid — “Within 12 months of an EMP attack or a massive solar flare, between two-thirds to 90 percent of the U.S. population would perish!”

 

Lisa Murkowski Opposes President Trump’s Pro-Life Efforts

From: ADN.com

Murkowski opposes Trump anti-abortion efforts

WASHINGTON — Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski expressed dismay in President Donald Trump’s decision this week to revive a rule that prohibits federal spending abroad on organizations that also perform abortions or provide information about such procedures.

Murkowski also signed on to a bill, with 46 other senators, that would permanently rescind the so-called Mexico City Policy, which bans federal funding for any nongovernmental organizations abroad that even provide information about abortion.

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(video) Anchorage sports dome collapses under snow – 6 blocks from our house

This is only about 6 blocks from our house, and is said to be the largest structure of its kind in the world.

I know many are extremely fond of it because of the activities done there, so it’s a great asset to Anchorage, but I must say the bright white color is an annoying distraction when trying to photograph the mountains from where I often walk. They could have made it green like the smaller one on the Seward Highway.

I’ve heard that anywhere from 12.5 – 14 inches of snow fell. It was just barely below the top of our snowblower’s scoop. I only remember this much snow falling in one period once, and remember it well because we were deicing a 747 freighter, but the snow was falling so heavily that we ran out of time on the first try, and had to do it a second time: deicing and anti-icing (two steps), the only time I remember that happening.

On the way home, after working the midnight shift, I remember driving down unplowed Postmark Dr., and my Eagle Talon’s front end was punching through the snow, shooting some onto the windshield.

The dome collapse story:

Detailed article and video from KTVA: ‘Profound sadness’: Board chair, athlete react to Dome collapse

How to Keep the Snow off a Dome

The Dome Has Collapsed!

My Alaska

My Alaska

Published on Jan 22, 2017

The Dome has collapsed from heavy snow load overnight. The Dome was evacuated Saturday afternoon when the roof began to sag. There were no injuries reported at the time of the collapse.
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From their website (http://thedome.us) : At 180,000 square feet, The Dome is officially the largest sports complex of its kind on the planet. Held down with pipes and cables plunging 40 feet into the ground, supported by pressurized air, The Dome houses a 400-meter USA Track & Field certified track, full-size soccer field, full-size football field, weight equipment, batting cages and much more.
Snow and wind sensors automatically increase or decrease pressure and temperature of The Dome, keeping it at 15 to 17 lbs of air pressure per square inch, creating an hyperbaric chamber.

(video) Rock Skipping Alaska Style! You gotta hear these crazy sounds!

Rock Skipping Alaska Style! You gotta hear these crazy sounds!

Once again, testing finds Alaska seafood free of Fukushima radiatio

From: ADN

Once again, testing finds Alaska seafood free of Fukushima radiation

For the third consecutive year, tests have found no radioactivity in Alaska seafood stemming from the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan, state officials announced Monday.

The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation said in a statement that seafood samples from Alaska waters in 2016 tested negative for three Fukushima-related radioactive isotopes: iodine-131, cesium-134 and cesium-137. The findings for the tested species — including king, chum, sockeye and pink salmon, as well as halibut, pollock, sablefish, herring and Pacific cod — matched those from  2014 and 2015.

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