Jeff was joined by Senator Dan Sullivan (R - Alaska). Sullivan was elected to the United States Senate in 2014. The podcast was recorded at Matanuska Brewing Company in Anchorage. They discuss his first term in office, how federal policies are affecting Alaska, as well as the military in Alaska. They also talk about his career as a Marine and his recent promotion to colonel. He also tells an awesome story about some specially trained dolphins he had to deal with in Sitka during a training mission.
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Jeff was joined by newly elected Representative Laddie Shaw (R - Anchorage). Laddie is a former Navy Seal who served in Vietnam. They discuss an interesting part of his last campaign, his history in the Navy, his history and career in Alaska, and a very unique hobby he has that has made him really stand out in Juneau. They also talk about some of his frustrations in the House during the first month of session. Laddie is one of the highest energy people that has appeared on Landmine Radio!
Jeff was joined by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R - Alaska). Murkowski served in the Alaska House of Representatives from 1999-2002, before she was appointed by then Governor Frank Murkowski to his senate seat. They discuss her time in the Alaska Legislature, including the similarities then to the challenges Alaska is now facing, her increased national profile, President Trump, and current Alaska issues including ANWR and the Arctic. She also tells a good story about the time President Reagan stayed at their house in Fairbanks.
Jeff was joined by Senator Donny Olson (D - Golovin). Olson has served in the Alaska State Senate since 2001. He represents the very large senate district that includes the Bering Straits/Yukon Delta and the Arctic regions of Alaska. Olson is a pilot and doctor. They discuss his time in the legislature and current issues facing Alaska, including the governor's new budget. Olson also tells the story of how a rogue reindeer nearly caused an airplane to crash.
Jeff was joined by Representative Adam Wool (D - Fairbanks). Adam has served in Alaska House of Representatives since 2015. He is probably best known for owning the famous bar in Fairbanks, the Blue Loon. They discuss his time in the legislature, current issues facing Alaska, including the budget that just came out, his history in Fairbanks, and some of the acts he has had at the Blue Loon over the years that have included Snoop Dogg and Bill Maher.
Jeff was very excited to be joined by Alaska legend Clem Tillion. Clem was elected to the third Alaska Legislature in 1962. He served in both the House and Senate, and also served as Senate President. He came to Alaska in 1947 after fighting in World War II. They discuss his history in Alaska, including his time in the legislature. They also discuss his history of supporting the permanent fund and his current involvement in defending the PFD. Clem is one of a kind. If you like Alaska history and politics, this is a must listen.
Jeff was joined by Vince Beltrami. Vince is the President of the Alaska AFL-CIO. They discuss his history and involvement with the AFL-CIO, his involvement in Alaska politics, and what he is doing in Juneau this week. They also discuss his run for the State Senate in 2016. The podcast was recorded in Jeffs's room in the Driftwood Hotel in Juneau. The people staying in the room above got very loose, and rude, during the recording. You can hear Vince and Jeff's reaction throughout the podcast.
Jeff was joined by John Sturgeon. They discuss his well known case that has gone all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Sturgeon was told by federal park rangers in 2007 that he was not allowed to use his hovercraft on a navigable waterway through a national park. After an extensive process of trying to challenge that, he eventually took the case to court. Sturgeon has become something of an icon in Alaska for challenging the federal government on land use.