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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
“We disagree on many issues. But we… urge Alaskans to vote against Proposition 1.”
The world’s political leaders, including main actors such as Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, European Union, United Kingdom, United States and Canada, failed a trust giving to… Continue reading
We have an opportunity to elect a candidate for governor who cares about women’s rights
We are writing in response to politically motivated attacks on our state judiciary…
They’ve run a brilliant campaign.
Alaska’s Constitution is the fundamental document which sets basic legal parameters for life in the Great Land. Among the newest state constitutions in our nation,… Continue reading
Kelly Tshibaka wants Alaskans to believe that Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a lifelong Republican, has “been complicit with the left’s agenda” for 20 years. Senate Minority… Continue reading
One need not look too far back in history to realize this isn’t new.
Peace. Speak the word and let it echo in your mind.
Closing the inhumane psychiatric facilities in the 1960s was the right thing to do but there was no well-thought-out plan in place before releasing the… Continue reading
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Selective defense of free speech shreds vital connection to Equal Protection Clause.
Around here, the blue economy is not just a trendy phrase.
Hale Boggs was my grandfather.
We urge you to keep fighting for us to get the bill over the finish line this year.
No one should believe the current fiscal picture will last.
City leaders need to ask themselves, what happened?