Alaska Press Women was founded in Fairbanks in 1961 just two years after Alaska became a state. Pioneer Alaskan journalist Kay Kennedy believed a professional network would benefit female writers and journalists who were geographically scattered and often isolated from other professional women in the “last frontier” state.
Northern Gas Pipeline is your public service, objective, 1-stop-shop for Arctic gas pipeline projects and people, informal and rich with new information, updated at least 19 times weekly and best Northern Oil & Gas Industry Links on the Internet.
This site has been developed to assist concerned Alaskan Citizens learn about current issues affecting the state, to enable them to provide input into the policy making process by communicating views to elected officials, and to give them the means to promote progressive ideas thru the media and other public forums.
If we are silent, only the voices of special interests will be heard!
The American Conservative Union is the nation's oldest conservative lobbying organization. ACU's purpose is to effectively communicate and advance the goals and principles of conservatism through one multi-issue, umbrella organization.
News & commentary that you won't find on your evening
TV news or your local daily newspaper.
Read & comment on the important
issues in your community, in Alaska, in America, and in our World.
We disseminate articles that the mainstream "corporate" media won't publish or discuss or give equal
time consideration, on local art,
economics, government, human rights, law, politics, & those values
helped America become the greatest nation, within Alaska, America, &
world, as they relate
to the individual¹s freedoms, liberty, & rights,
that result from the effects of proposed changes in law, technological
advancements, or political corruption, without regard to perceived
differences in creed,
political affiliation, race, or sex, & to solicit
input from local artists, guest commentators, & interactive
Judicial Watch, Inc. was established in 1994 to serve as an ethical and legal "watchdog" over our government, legal, and judicial systems to promote a return to ethics and morality in our nation's public life.
Anchorage, Alaska media. Anchorage media web sites, Anchorage media links at Mondo Times. The source for over 13,000 newspapers, magazines, radio and TV stations, with media links, ratings and reviews.
The Rhetorica Network offers analysis and commentary about rhetoric and propaganda in journalism and politics, including analysis of presidential speeches and election campaigns. This site features the Rhetorica: Press-Politics Journal web log, Presidential Campaign Rhetoric 2004, comprehensive news media links, and information for voters. The
character of Rhetorica represents the purposes and canons of classical rhetoric.
The page is a site for those journalists, editors and others interested in copy editing and related topics. The page is a site for those journalists, editors and others interested in copy editing and related topics.
Links to over 250 important news sources and reporters, including David Guyatt, Daniel Hopsicker, Al Martin, Jeff Rense, Mike Ruppert, Sherman Skolnick, and Gordon Thomas. Examining the evidence they have compiled will amaze you.
The Story Behind the Story is a radio program that asks you to "think for yourself." Too many of us seem unable to form our own opinions and so we adopt the opinions of others, wasting the most precious gift our creator gave us - our brain. You don't have to agree with anything you hear on the program - but we do ask you to be
open-minded enough to think about the issues discussed. Don't be afraid to question your own thinking. The worst kind of censorship is self-censorship.
Media Alliance: A San Francisco-based training & resource center for media workers, political activists & community organizations. Promotes diverse, accountable & ethical media. Offers media activism, journalism skills & computer classes; job listings; health insurance; publications & events that make media make change.
Indian Media Review (IMR) is an electronic magazine (E-zine) for people who are interested in issues relating to the media (including newspapers, magazines, advertising, radio, television, cinema, theatre, etc.). IMR is a modest attempt at providing a forum to discuss and debate media issues.