Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy Appears on Truth & Liberty Coalition Livecast - a Global Streaming Event

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy Appears on Truth & Liberty Coalition Livecast

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According to the governor, Alaska is unique in that it had to agree to develop natural resources to be admitted to the United States in 1959.

You basically end up destroying the very thing you claim you want to protect.”
— Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy
WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, June 21, 2021 / -- Democrat energy policies are already having a severe impact on American producers and consumers. They are also poised to significantly affect an entire state – energy-rich Alaska, according to the latest Truth & Liberty Coalition Livecast guest.

Gov. Mike Dunleavy joined the Truth & Liberty livecast to discuss several issues, including Alaska’s natural resources.

He recently published an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal, critiquing the Biden-Harris Administration’s radical climate plan and touting Alaska’s responsible energy development.

According to Dunleavy, a change in the White House has brought negative changes to Alaska.

Considering Alaska’s proximity to Russia and Asia, Air Force One often refuels in Anchorage on international trips. This allowed Dunleavy to meet regularly with President Donald Trump in recent years and discuss issues important to the state.

According to the governor, Trump always asked the same question: “What can I do to help Alaska?”

“Quite frankly, I would say that President Trump was probably the best president in the history of Alaska, for Alaska,” said Dunleavy.

Under the Trump Administration, natural resources in Alaska were opened for development, including in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Tongass National Forest, and offshore oil deposits. The president also cleared the way for a railroad from Alberta, Canada, through Alaska.

“When President Trump left office, we were hit immediately with the new administration shutting almost all those things down, and then some,” said Dunleavy.

According to the governor, Alaska is unique in that it had to agree to develop natural resources to be admitted to the United States in 1959. In the eyes of federal officials, Alaska’s population was small relative to the size of the territory and could not significantly contribute to the nation via income tax.
Based on its history, it is essential for the state to harness its forests and bodies of water, and explore mineral, gas, and petroleum deposits.
“As we see what’s happening now, we’re getting a lot of that stuff ‘cancelled’ in this world of cancel culture,” said Dunleavy of the radical leftist environmental agenda.

According to the governor, restricting energy development in Alaska – where residents actively protect nature while responsibly developing resources – would hurt the environment. “Alaska really protects its environment, probably better than any other place on the planet,” said Dunleavy. “Yet, when we we’re denied these opportunities by this new administration to mine or to do oil and gas, we’re going to send that opportunity overseas – to Africa, South America, Asia – where most likely the environmental regulations are not anywhere near Alaska’s.”

“You basically end up destroying the very thing you claim you want to protect,” said the governor.

Significant national leaders are asked to join the Truth & Liberty Coalition weekly livecast to educate viewers about important issues, in this case energy development and environmental health. “We find often that Christians don’t know where to start,” said Richard Harris, executive director of the Truth & Liberty Coalition. “Our goal is to educate audiences and connect them with key governmental leaders across the nation to help them impact their own spheres of influence.”

Learn more about Dunleavy and his work in Alaska by visiting the governor’s website.

About the Truth & Liberty Coalition:
Established in 2019 by Andrew Wommack, founder of Andrew Wommack Ministries, and other Christian leaders, the Truth & Liberty Coalition offers a variety of programs, tools and resources to be able to focus on conservatism in the United States. Visit the Truth & Liberty website for great practical resources for standing for truth in the public square and learn about becoming a member. “Educating people of faith to engage in public affairs is important for maintaining biblical values in our society,” said Harris.

About Andrew Wommack:
Andrew Wommack is president and founder of the Truth & Liberty Coalition, Andrew Wommack Ministries, and Charis Bible College. He and other Christian leaders established the Truth & Liberty Coalition to educate, unify, and mobilize believers in Jesus Christ to affect the reformation of nations through the seven mountains of cultural influence. Since 1968, he has taught God’s Word with clarity and simplicity, emphasizing the unconditional love and grace of God. His vision is to spread the Gospel as far and deep as possible through his daily Gospel Truth television program, broadcast nationally and internationally, as well as through GospelTruth.TV, his internet television network.

About Executive Director Richard Harris:
Richard Harris graduated from the Charis Bible College School of Ministry in 2015. Before coming to Charis, he earned a degree in political science from Oklahoma State University in 1987, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Cornell Law School in 1994, magna cum laude. He practiced law at all levels of state and federal courts for 20 years, including a case before the United States Supreme Court. Richard served for several years as the legal counsel for the Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee.


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