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From the statewide elections to a whale statue.
The lawsuit was brought by a Juneau resident.
“Open for business” or “business as usual?”
Public safety was a hot topic all year.
To some, Walker was a cool-headed leader who was dealt a bad hand and did what he thought was best for Alaska. For others, he was the guy who stole their dividend check.
Runoff from the mine has been flowing for more than 60 years.
For less government, Mike Dunleavy is the clear choice for governor.
Whom we choose for governor is more important than ever.
Tuesday’s gubernatorial forum was almost more about who wasn’t there than it was about who was there.
The non-binding plan calls for carbon tax, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
Since Gov. Bill Walker unilaterally expanded Obamacare in Alaska, enrollment has skyrocketed and is providing needed health care coverage to vulnerable Alaskans and bringing additional… Continue reading
The people who are upset over the change in the Permanent Fund Dividend payout need to review the enabling legislation and history of the purpose… Continue reading
Anyone who would take $460 million from the Juneau economy will never receive my vote. That is exactly what Gov. Bill Walker did. This money… Continue reading
Among Gov. Bill Walker’s many failures, a fundamental one is his failure to govern openly and transparently.
I have known Mark Begich since he was 19 years old. Then, he was chair of the Anchorage Youth Commission, and I was mayor. His… Continue reading
“The new rule in American politics is divide and conquer,” longtime political analyst Bill Schneider wrote at the dawn of the 2106 presidential campaign. “At… Continue reading
With the current political climate, I expected the divisive rhetoric of this election season. I did not expect the battle lines to be drawn so… Continue reading
We need a governor who is foursquare in support of a woman’s right to choose.
Gov. Bill Walker did the right thing for Alaska when he decided to reduce the Permanent Fund Dividend in 2016.