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Alaskans should be concerned that these floating cities could go unchecked.
By Rich Moniak A not guilty verdict “will not be a miscarriage of justice” David French wrote three days before Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of… Continue reading
By Larry Persily There is an inescapable irony to the fact that Alaska joined with a dozen other states in suing the federal government over… Continue reading
Vote-by-mail justification grows murkier.
GCI is encouraging our fellow Alaskans to offer a hand to our most vulnerable neighbors in need.
“Peeling the onion” is an expression often used as a metaphor for digging deeper into an issue or not accepting something at face value. There… Continue reading
The conclusion of the Rittenhouse trial reminded us of the summer of 2020. It is a painful reminder.
Energy is the backbone of Alaska’s economy.
Show your gratitude for health care heroes by protecting yourselves and your community
Young seems afraid to demand his party leader defend the dignity of the institution he loves.
All of us have a stake in protecting the Taku and those who depend on it.
By Alexander B. Dolitsky Today, our schools, and society at large, should be discussing essential social concepts that provide a background, foundation and historic context… Continue reading
I have been a supporter of United Way for over 40 years…
The truth is we need government to keep corporate America honest.
The importance of reaching across the aisle.
Here is the simple answer: it makes it much easier to vote.
Together, let’s break the record for donor participation.
Make no mistake: We cannot “avoid” climate change.
With 4.2% of the world population, the U.S. has 19% of the total cases and 15% of the total deaths.
And the show will go on.