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Going back to the problems we had before one side thinks they solved them isn’t “doing things differently.”
For Alaskans, bucking this national trend should have very positive consequences.
Recently, the Juneau Empire reprinted an editorial from a California newspaper that called for everyone to come together to find a solution to wildfires. Research… Continue reading
From the North Slope to the Panhandle, and the Interior to the Peninsula, rural Alaskans are prioritizing their access — to each other, the rest… Continue reading
Confident leadership understands that some dissention in the ranks fosters critical thinking and builds solid morale.
Last week I arrived heartbroken and filled with grief in Pittsburgh, where I was born, raised and lived 10 years as an adult. I arrived… Continue reading
Dunleavy is gearing up to consider some constitutional reforms.
Why are we so obsessed with killing each other?
The alternative is to do nothing.
RIP Stan Lee, and thanks.
This initiatives threatens jobs and the economy.
Thank you, Alaska. Debra Call and I are honored by every vote we earned and are humbled by all the Alaskans we had the opportunity… Continue reading
Seeing a submariner is a rare and privileged opportunity.
The political reality was an old story for Alaska Democrats.
There are several reasons why the international mining and oil industries are happy with the 56-year-old statute salmon habitat protection statute AS.16.05.871-896, known as the… Continue reading
The two major candidates for governor, Mark Begich and Mike Dunleavy, have different philosophies on how to tackle our structural budget deficit. Begich would draw… Continue reading
In the recent commemoration for the Princess Sophia sinking of 100 years ago, in describing the Sophia’s passengers the speaker repeatedly used the phrase, “They… Continue reading
I like Mike Dunleavy. I’ve considered him a friend. But Dunleavy for Alaska is running an ad that makes it seem I’m supporting him. I… Continue reading
Bill Walker embodied the true spirit of the last frontier.
The parade of oil, mining and timber advocates and prominent politicians who decry Ballot Measure 1, the initiative that addresses salmon-producing freshwater habitat, is impressive… Continue reading