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Salmon have always been and will always be a vital part of our culture, history and way of life.
I see Story’s approach as a strength, not a weakness.
It is our turn now to speak to future Alaskans and speak for the salmon we hope to entrust to them.
My journey with the effects of crime began in November 2016 when our Juneau car was stolen and spray painted red. The response from the… Continue reading
Ballot Measure 1 is a solution looking for a problem.
One of the best-kept secrets of this — or any — Alaska election season is the incredible amount of information that Alaska voters have in… Continue reading
Why not vote on the side of our salmon?
It’s been more than eight years since Democrats in Congress passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, as the law Republicans loved… Continue reading
Alaskans should vote yes on Ballot Measure 1, which would protect wild salmon habitat, in the General Election this Nov. 6. Why? Consider that Alaska’s… Continue reading
The Democratic mantra demonizing Republicans as racist misogynists doesn’t bring us closer — it only divides us further.
Alaska is the last bastion for Pacific salmon.
A yes vote is a vote for mob rule.
Alaska is the least safe place for women in the nation.
The Walker-Mallott administration ushered in a new era of tribal-state relations.
A yes on Ballot Measure 1 is the answer Alaska’s salmon, and the people who rely on them, need.
Campaigning was new to me, and I learned a lot.
With many challenges and opportunities, from hurricanes to elections to personal happenings, affecting our lives, sometimes we overlook two important fields of human spirit that… Continue reading
Most of us remember when Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant was crippled by a massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011. Some probably recall the concern… Continue reading
I’m concerned about the gubernatorial race and the course it may set us on. I know Mike Dunleavy is the tallest and we’re supposed to… Continue reading
Compromise is essential for governance; gerrymandering makes that compromise less likely to happen.