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Government works best when scrutinized by an engaged body politic.
Imagine how different the White House response would have if this happened three years earlier.
“Nothing is so permanent as a temporary government program,” said Milton Friedman.
There is always hope.
“It ain’t over till it’s over.”
Recently my “techno gal” out of Anchorage who seems to have a finger on the pulse of news in Juneau shared that the people who… Continue reading
We need leadership that inspires us to accept reality without doubting our ability to endure it.
I believe high-density, walkable urbanized communities helps to spread viruses.
There are steps anyone can take to prepare for the end of life in a positive, constructive way.
We will emerge from this public health crisis, facing the same problems with leadership.
We will weather these unprecedented times, using tools available to do right for our university.
Let’s help those who are taking a bigger hit than we are.
Alaska is at a critical point. Oil prices have tanked. The threat from the COVID-19 virus is obvious. Our state’s fiscal and budgetary situation is… Continue reading
A viral storm is coming.
We need to work together, not blame each other for a problem that’s nearly as old as our state.
Economic burden of flattening coronavirus curve shouldn’t be shouldered solely by private businesses.
How about an honest assessment of the reasons behind the effort for the recall of Governor Dunleavy? The recall folks tell us that the reasons… Continue reading
That’s the principle that informed my family’s decision to cancel our mother’s 90th birthday party.
State bill wouldn’t change how tribal governments operate.
With the spread of COVID-19 into Juneau feeling imminent, I think we are all wondering how bad it might get. Years will pass before all… Continue reading