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Earth must be treated as a home for all, not a resource for rich, powerful nations.
Get on the bandwagon before it’s too late.
It’s clear that we need concrete policy solutions — not symbolic gestures
Alaska stands to benefit as much as any other state.
How much does this program cost the typical Alaskan? The answer is nothing.
Let’s constitutionally protect our right to vote on any new taxes.
Perhaps we can take a little time this weekend for at least an extra portion of gratitude.
K-12 and early childhood education cannot continue without sufficient, sustainable state funds.
To justify continuing ferry operations, it’s important to recognize why we’re in this fix.
Time to find new revenue to keep Alaska a wonderful place to raise families.
I believe conservative columnist Cal Thomas recently missed the mark when he declared young people are indoctrinated to become environmental activists and that “climate change… Continue reading
It’s important to defend scientific assertions under scrutiny of peers.
Many of Alaska’s citizens don’t see state government as an evil, ever-spending monster
It’s time to examine what the best tax system is for the state.
We should understand all possible interpretations of the messages we display.
The world is counting on us.
Alaska is at a crossroads. Voters need to know our government is redefining the purpose of the permanent fund and the permanent fund dividend. The… Continue reading
They spoke to the value of education, but then portrayed educational funding as “us vs. them”
UAA is in Alaska’s largest population center and is open to anyone seeking greater opportunity
The very real and pressing crisis in Alaska education is teacher attraction and retention