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Rep. David Eastman, R-Wasilla, isn’t on trial with members of one of the two private militias charged with seditious conspiracy related to the Jan. 6… Continue reading
Alaska’s framers understood that the process of ordinary and higher lawmaking should be different.
Join me in voting no on Proposition 1.
Approving a constitutional convention would be very bad for Alaska.
Personally, I think our motto should be, “Liberty and Justice for All.”
Misinformation about mandatory disclosure and how property tax works has been spreading.
In addition, far-left progressives are not as they think of themselves.
The city’s disclosure rule doesn’t compromise your privacy — it just democratizes access to information.
I’m really not so worried about the city government knowing what we paid for our house.
At some point, you’ve paid enough taxes/ you have done your share.
This is very personal to me – for several reasons.
Too many Alaskans face barriers accessing the internet.
No one wants to say that you must do more with less.
Voting no on a constitutional convention is vital to the well-being and stability of our state.
lease vote yes on Proposition 2.
We should be embarrassed to show our existing city hall to visiting dignitaries and the public…
We can afford to do this and not raise property taxes.
Dishonesty doesn’t make good policy.