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“I don’t want to believe our senator actually shares the president’s values.”
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed yet another failure of government, namely the unemployment insurance system. The basic rationale of the unemployment insurance program is that… Continue reading
This is the moment for the virtuously true.
Keep tabs on your civil rights, everyone, and stay free.
Be aware that there is a lot of information out there that may our may not be true.
“Thank you to our public health professionals working day and night to keep us safe.”
With all the Congressional drama happening in Washington, D.C., I don’t want to forget about one of our most fundamental environmental laws: the Endangered Species… Continue reading
“Like many Alaskans, I was saddened to hear of the recent passing of former First Lady Bella Hammond.”
It’s a no-brainer.
I read with great interest the article on KTOO’s website titled Physicians Object to Juneau’s Coronavirus Quarantine Exemptions. What’s terribly interesting is Coeur Alaska, the… Continue reading
The data that we have on the novel coronavirus has shown that the virus is particularly dangerous for the elderly. At the same time, those… Continue reading
Juneau will have to begin making decisions about carrying on with significantly less revenue.
There should be no hold up or any political bantering on the COVID-19 drive-thru testing.
Monday night’s — March 9 — Assembly Committee of the Whole meeting was more like a slow-pitch game at Sandy Beach than a probing investigation… Continue reading
If you care about preventing abortions, consider legislation for free vasectomies.
There are several advantages of this road.
I read the article by Mr. Fargnoli, and I agree with him that the residents of Juneau should not be placed in a high-risk situation.… Continue reading
By repealing the jet ski ban, Dunleavy is playing into the hands of special interest groups.
A letter to the editor in the form of a poem.