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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
It’s refreshing to find a politician who follows through on his campaign promises. It’s even more rare to find one who says what he means… Continue reading
SEXIT: The great state of chinook.
Governor fails to submit a revenue plan, refuses to contemplate one.
Remember Joe Camel, the 1980s and 90s advertising mascot for Camel cigarettes? Or the Journal of the American Medical Association study that found children were… Continue reading
THINK YOU ARE A CONSERVATIVE? Maybe you vote, maybe not. Maybe you voted for President Donald Trump, Gov. Mike Dunleavy and Mayor Charlie Pierce, but,… Continue reading
Legislature should exercise its budget powers in setting this year’s dividend.
Alaska can make that has a projected 7-10% per year return on investment.
Spending more money is not improving education for our children.
In order to “balance” the budget Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to redirect local fish landing taxes from fishing towns, large and small across the state,… Continue reading
Governor’s budget is creating a hazardous fiscal reef.
There is a popular saying in politics; “Don’t tell me what your priorities are. Show me your budget and I will tell you what your… Continue reading
“Those of you who want to do prison ministry can go do it in Arizona” was the comment from the first speaker at the recent… Continue reading