We cannot allow such a vital portion of our economy to be held hostage by a foreign country — in this case, Canada.
I firmly believe the path forward is the bipartisan way. That’s why I submitted my own infrastructure framework.
Let us use this Memorial Day to honor the fallen by striving to be better neighbors and aspiring to our better angels.
The Iditarod is a vibrant part of Alaska’s heritage and culture — one that should be kept alive.
The promise of our rich resource potential now comes with a plan. Let’s get to work.
Some have latched onto the word “corporation” and are ignoring both law and history to try to exclude ANCs.
Nothing has dampened the indomitable spirit of Alaska, and we’re confident that this pandemic won’t either.
I’m the proud grandfather of young Alaskans, and I don’t want to see them grow up in a world endangered by these substances.
OPINION: President Obama needs to recognize Alaska's reality and potential, and not see the state as background for environmental extremism.
OPINION: Through foresight and willingness, Alaska's fisheries managers have developed and implemented a system that is considered the envy of the world, the Alaska Model, this system has worked extremely well in Alaska, and should be a goal of all management councils.
OPINION: SB 21 reformed our oil tax system in a way that drives new investments and provides a stable economic climate for our many industries. By recognizing the importance of simplifying our tax code and leveling the playing field, Alaskans have chosen to invest in our future and ourselves.
OPINION: The Democratic Senate majority has gone to sleep on a huge stack of bipartisan bills passed by the U.S. House, including many important to Alaskans.
OPINION: A ban on assault weapons may be well-intentioned, but would serve only to satisfy the consciences of those supporting it, while doing little to address the real problem.
Congressman Don Young commends Mayor Sullivan, the Anchorage mayors before him, and Governor Sheffield for the leadership they have shown in sticking with the revitalization of Alaska's largest port.
I would like to respond to Elise Patkotak's piece dated Oct. 20, 2010, "2010: Year of the stealth candidate" and her remark that I am running a lackadaisical campaign. I've never been one to campaign via the media. I instead choose to travel our great state and speak to those who this job is all about -- Alaskans.