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This October, I was provided the opportunity to serve as the Executive Director of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation. As a lifelong Alaskan, leading APFC… Continue reading
Please choose “original” Medicare and avoid the so-called “advantage” plans
A purple tide threatens to inundate the uncompromising wing of the state Republican Party.
You don’t have to be rich, or prominent, or famous to care about your community…
When House Bill 172 was signed into law on July 15, it set in motion a requirement that the Department of Health and others for… Continue reading
Tshibaka and Palin misread Alaskans by thinking Trump’s endorsement all but guaranteed they’d win.
Now, more than ever, our community needs the jobs, tax revenue, and stability…
We advocate for the adoption of legislation to protect students’ First Amendment rights…
November is Native American Heritage Month, and traditional Indigenous knowledge is essential to shaping a just transition for Alaska’s economy. The problems we face are… Continue reading
Real heroes emerge from horrific events.
While I’ve never met Mr. Adler I share his concerns.
The unconscionable way the assessor’s office is treating commercial property owners must end.
Here’s the real gaslighting.
Alaska’s method of selecting judges can be and should be improved.
The University of Alaska Southeast and Veterans For Peace chapter 100 will host the Waging Peace in Vietnam exhibit Nov. 11-Dec. 15, 2022. As a… Continue reading
People voted against a new City Hall as an expression of displeasure…
A constitutional convention would encourage horse-trading with Alaska’s foundation and futur
In 1956, Alaska’s Founders expected that subsequent constitutional conventions would be necessary. Fairbanks delegate Warren Taylor said, “I think the next constitutional convention will possibly… Continue reading
If Rep. Mary Peltola holds onto the congressional seat she won in August, I expect Sarah Palin to accept the outcome. But publicly she’ll blame… Continue reading