Terminate the Constitution? He’s gotta be kiddin’, right? But he clearly is not.
If money is crucial to those in the political fray, immediate disclosure of its source is equally as important to the average Alaska trying to make sense of things.
There are, in hard numbers, 632 very good reasons - give or take a couple - to vote no, nyet, uh-uh on the decennial question appearing on November’s ballot.
I keep wondering whether Alaskans will line up en masse to shoot themselves in the foot.
When did we decide some of us have godlike rights to deny women say about their bodies?
We can end the violence from mostly unhinged madmen without reducing this country to something out of a dystopian novel.
Does Alaska really need to open a risky, potentially bank-breaking retirement pension plan for first responders?
The grim prospect of Palin loose in the U.S. House of Representatives with the likes of Greene, Boebert and Gaetz should scare the bejeebers out of us all.
With so much on lawmakers’ plates, Eastman is just not worth the time.
Why would anybody, say, the Republican governor of the Frozen North, waste even a New York minute on the guy when he butts into Alaska’s business?
Other than lip service, neither the mayor nor Assembly acknowledge they need the other. The city is no better for it.
Without immediate income and spending disclosure in all political races, our brave new world will look a lot like the one reformers say they are trying to fix.
Even discounting the nuttiness surfacing at some of the hearings, it is time to do something.
Are the people pushing to crack open the Alaska Constitution seeking the state’s betterment, or theirs?