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This virus has taken the lives of people who have given much of themselves to our community; people I have cared for for decades.
“Our leaders remind me of children building a sand castle on the beach.”
Alaskans can be confident the public will still be able to visit and observe their Legislature.
After much vulgar brutalization, it’s time to reinvigorate the principles of the Fairness Doctrine…
We own it, and we should receive a fair share of net profits.
To have the state step in the role of the private sector is clearly a move of desperation.
Given the limited national supply, Alaska, like all states, has had to decide who gets vaccine first.
Despite all the challenges and tragedies that COVID-19 brought to our state, it also brought us opportunity for improvement.
The sale was an embarrassing bust.
No, we aren’t better. This is what we’ve become.
Closure of Homer, other DMV offices will hurt seniors and disabled.
Alaska’s plan departs from federal guidance in several respects.
We need to put our differences aside, and work together.
The real sleeper is the relief and hope this bill offers for a rapidly warming Earth.
In American culture, we view the start of the New Year as a time to make life changes, to reflect on the past year, to… Continue reading
In Christianity, the season of Advent heralds the coming of Christ at Christmas, but it also is a time to reflect upon the darkness of… Continue reading
We can have a higher standard for psychiatric patient care.
‘Let Love be the first motion.” — John Woolman, early Quaker “It is essential to show special care for Indigenous communities and their cultural traditions.… Continue reading
We cannot wait another 25 years.