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It is dangerous to tolerate someone who lies to the public.
President Biden’s Oval Office call for universal civility should be heard by all.
Special appreciation to ADN for Sunday’s front-page photos (Marc Lester) and story (Zachariah Hughes) featuring the legacy of “the old village” of Quinhagak.
Nature does not care. The window of time for making essential changes is running out.
Trump has no interest in telling the truth or playing by the rules. The only real solution is to let the public see directly what goes on in the courtroom through television.
Today, it is difficult to adequately appreciate the courage of the men who joined together to sign the Declaration of Independence.
Attacks on the institutions that guard democracy are damaging and harmful to the government “of the people, by the people, for the people” to which we proudly pledge our allegiance.
Let the joy of this season remind us of our shared humanity and increase our good will towards each other.
The opportunity to rank candidates of all persuasions encourages voters to think beyond strict party lines and fosters voting for the greater good.
By shining the bright light of truth on Trump’s blatant lying, Garland could win the war on truth and save our nation.
The ability to act from a place of love and find just and effective compromise that achieves the public interest is not weakness. Instead, it requires strength and maturity.
Now, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of ANCSA, we can commemorate some of the leaders who made it possible.
Viruses survive through transmission among unprotected hosts.
President Joe Biden has taken strong and constructive steps at the start of his presidency.