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A mandatory two-year requirement to serve our country would instill patriotism in our young people, bring about learning and discipline, and assist in establishing moral character.
This is the first step in what will end up being a multi-year, disruptive, unnecessary and expensive office move.
The Alaska Highway is in no shape to handle the number of ore trucks slated to travel between Tetlin and Fairbanks. What about a rail link?
Alaskans are entitled to accountability when their Permanent Fund is put at risk.
Alaska must have the same opportunity that only the federal government can give us. We must continue to fight for our rights of access.
We must be wary of the coming onslaught of outraged extreme environmental groups who will go to any means to delay and block the project.
Delegates would have significantly different competing interests, many of which would be divisive and not in the state’s best interest.
Let’s get on track and start blowing the whistles.
Why do we need the state to operate another development bank? Alaskans need an answer to this question.
The unwillingness to produce the minerals needed for the green revolution in the United States has a global impact.
Either by accident or design, we may be now experiencing the demise of the Alaska Marine Highway System.
Alaska’s ferries are in free-fall. What about a Southeast regional authority running its own system?
There is no definitive date when the pandemic will end, and we must act now before the summer gets underway.
We must act collectively as a party of people and principles who support the fundamentals and guidelines of our nation’s founders.
When opportunity knocks, we can’t just pull the covers over our heads and hope that someone else will help us out.