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His little known role in helping Alaska and Soviet “citizen diplomats” end the Cold War.
The arts need a place to thrive.
It would hurt Alaska’s still-struggling economy.
But liberals in Congress want to stop our progress.
Fifty years have passed since the old JACC was built.
These projects are community supported and serve climate action and renewable energy goals.
Let’s do this!
Juneau shouldn’t waste money on the New JACC.
This is a global issue that requires cooperative effort on a global scale.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy, hear us loud and clear.
There is no responsible way to operate a sulfide mine in salmon habitat.
Whether you lean toward conspiracy theories, or just see the Dunleavy administration as incompetent, the vetoes of Alaska’s weatherization and energy efficiency programs are shortsighted… Continue reading
I am saddened for the Alaskans I serve.
On Friday, I was sitting at the computers at the Douglas Library still shocked at the horrific events in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio,… Continue reading
On closure of the Steep Creek trail out at the Mendenhall Glacier.
The mark of a civilized society is the dignity with which we treat all people.
The Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend belongs to the people of Alaska, not the government.
Congratulations to the pro-democracy Alaska Legislators in the House and Senate on the passage, finally, of Senate Bill 2002. This is a small but necessary… Continue reading