As a parent and an educator, I’ve worked my entire career to improve lives for parents and families, and to encourage parental involvement in their children’s education.
What we do in the next four months and four years will set our course for the next 50 years and beyond.
Alaska has what it takes to become a global hydrogen powerhouse and lead the world into a new clean energy era.
Few states have been able to accomplish what Alaska has in this regard in the past four years.
A tremendous amount of work remains to solve this issue by returning to a predictable formula that takes Juneau politics out of the equation once and for all.
We know the residents of this area have waited far too long for this project, and we’re asking for just a little more patience with us during construction.
While I know not everyone agrees with me politically, one thing I hope we can agree on is that the past few years have been unlike any other in Alaska’s history.
Recognizing the urgency of becoming self-sufficient while doing nothing about it is a contradiction we can no longer afford.
I’m calling on the ADN and its editorial board to provide a fair service to readers by giving the full facts.
The projects span the state from the Northwest to Southeast, and from the Interior to Southcentral.
The most immediate threat to our freedom today comes from within.
Not only can we afford to pay a PFD in line with my 50-50 formula, but it is also the right thing to do and now is the time to do it.
Despite the current surge affecting the entire world, including both the vaccinated and unvaccinated, Alaska continues to hold its own.
The bottom line is that the sky is not falling on state government.
Let’s give our Alaska Native Vietnam-era veterans the land they’re owed and honor their legacy of service before it’s too late.