Speak to your doctor or at least read the best medical advice you can find. Because the governor has gone silent.
A bright future is staring at us if we put people ahead of multinational corporations.
We can protect these rights in Alaska. But that depends on who you elect.
Gov. Dunleavy has created a state of austerity and unaffordable oil company subsidies. I want a state with opportunity.
State and local leaders have to start reading what’s true, conceding what’s true, saying what’s true, and stop looking at this tragedy as a way to get votes.
Alaska can’t afford four more years of this. I’ll work for you so we can build a brighter future, together.
Our biggest thank-you would be to act in ways that don’t help this virus thrive.
Alaska has lost 10% of its licensed foster homes over the past year, and we didn’t have enough before COVID-19.
We are defined more by our common desire to improve the lives of others than by our differences.
We should aim for prosperity, not poverty.
We’re in a health crisis that local and national opinion leaders have the ability to make much worse.
We don’t have to sell Alaska to the lowest bidder to be competitive.
Today’s system makes us less safe, grows the number of homeless children, and leaves us all in a cycle that is undignified for homeless people and unsafe for the rest of us.
I believe people should care about what they do to others.
Fewer victims remain every day to tell this story from more than seven decades ago, leaving that job to us.