On second border visit, first lady shows strengths

The first lady may have found her White House calling. On June 28 she returned to the border to speak with officials at a U.S.… Continue reading

Op-ed: Trump supporters compared to cultists

Bob Corker, the outgoing Republican senator from Tennessee, recently compared supporters of President Trump to members of a cult. The Washington Post quoted Corker as… Continue reading

The word masquerade

It’s a common experience. Our minds get stuck on something or other. But this one is kind of weird: I’ve been bugged of late by… Continue reading

Op-ed: The word masquerade

It’s a common experience. Our minds get stuck on something or other. But this one is kind of weird: I’ve been bugged of late by… Continue reading

Op-ed: Trump supporters compared to cultists

Bob Corker, the outgoing Republican senator from Tennessee, recently compared supporters of President Trump to members of a cult. The Washington Post quoted Corker as… Continue reading

Turning the tide of property crime requires all-hands effort

Anchorage residents have been increasingly certain that property crime in Alaska’s largest city is out of control. Now we have the numbers showing it’s true.… Continue reading

Voices of Alaska: Marijuana industry no golden goose

When is a “golden goose” really a black vulture? Answer: When it preys on our children, families and workforce. A recent opinion piece in the… Continue reading

Voices of Alaska: Marijuana industry no golden goose

When is a “golden goose” really a black vulture? Answer: When it preys on our children, families and workforce. A recent opinion piece in the… Continue reading

What others say: Impact of Supreme Court decision on taxes yet to be seen

Let’s juxtapose some Eugene O’Neill and George Harrison — “The Taxman Cometh,” and we’re not talking about April 15. A decision by the U.S. Supreme… Continue reading

Letter: Thanks to all for Tri the Kenai success

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success Just want to give a shout out to our community and all who raced on your wonderful support of… Continue reading

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success

Thanks to all for TritheKenai success Just want to give a shout out to our community and all who raced on your wonderful support of… Continue reading

What others say: Sanders’ removal from restaurant in poor taste

President Donald Trump is our president. He was duly elected in November 2016 through the electoral process. Eighteen months after he took the oath of… Continue reading

What others say: Sanders’ removal from restaurant in poor taste

President Donald Trump is our president. He was duly elected in November 2016 through the electoral process. Eighteen months after he took the oath of… Continue reading

What others say: Parkland students evoke action of 50 years ago

Music is healing. Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior High School put that theory on display Sunday night in New York with their stirring performance… Continue reading

Op-ed: Harvard’s anti-Asian-American microaggression

The Harvard University admissions process appears to be an ongoing microaggression against Asian-Americans. A group called Students for Fair Admissions is suing the school for… Continue reading

Voices of Alaska: Children’s safety is not an acceptable price for border security

The Department of Homeland Security removed more than 2,000 children from their families in a matter of weeks. As mothers and grandmothers who have dedicated… Continue reading

What others say: Like all things, video games in moderation

The World Health Organization has a lot on its plate these days. Ebola’s made a comeback in central Africa. There are still parts of the… Continue reading

What others say: Parkland students evoke action of 50 years ago

Music is healing. Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior High School put that theory on display Sunday night in New York with their stirring performance… Continue reading

Voices of Alaska: Children’s safety is not an acceptable price for border security

The Department of Homeland Security removed more than 2,000 children from their families in a matter of weeks. As mothers and grandmothers who have dedicated… Continue reading

Op-ed: Harvard’s anti-Asian-American microaggression

The Harvard University admissions process appears to be an ongoing microaggression against Asian-Americans. A group called Students for Fair Admissions is suing the school for… Continue reading