PHOENIX — Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy needs allies.
Within 10 months, D.C. Democrats have obstructed logging activity in the Alaska’s southeast Tongasss National Forest, stalled progress on a life-saving road for remote residents to reach an all-weather airport in Cold Bay, cancelled oil and gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), and suspended new drilling activity in a state home to 60 percent of federal land.
“The phone line’s untouched,” Dunleavy told The Federalist of President Joe Biden’s outreach 10 months into an administration obstructing nearly every major development project sought in the nation’s largest landmass. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland, who has been implementing Biden’s far-left agenda, has also remained mute.
“They view Alaska as their own national park to save for