Don Neal is a retired soldier and occupational safety professional who has lived in Alaska for 47 years, currently in Anchorage.
He really hasn’t figured out that he did anything wrong.
Judging by the present turmoil in our country, this principle needs continual repeating and reinforcement.
Why did legislators deliberately choose to meet in Juneau, knowing that there were insufficient numbers to get the required 45 votes?
I think the most accurate and concise description of our president I have heard is the one buried in a column in your paper June 14.
Enough evidence of lawbreaking is in hand that the Congress can wait until he is no longer a “sitting president."
Someone should take President Donald Trump by the hand and show him the eight states inundated or cut off by flood waters.
I guess using well-paid, trained fighting men and women to cut brush is one way to raise money for the wall.
If we must insist on further crowding the downtown area, let the developers pay their own freight just as average citizens must do.
Why should it make one bit of difference to Mr. David Carter whether or not I choose to believe in God?
Considering the complexity of this process, it is highly unlikely that the framers intended that could be undone by the executive order of one pompous egotist.
Maybe we need a new infusion of the adventurous spirit that built this nation into the one which is now a goal for foreign-born risk-takers.
OPINION: Attempting to close nonexistent "loopholes" in federal laws regarding gun sales between private citizens would add costly bureaucracy and curtail individual rights.