We’ve had some great presidents, and some pretty lousy ones. But none has ever been in the Trump category.
Let us hope that Alaska may yet experience a new era of bipartisanship as we put the 2020 election behind us.
Despite deafening outcry, our governor has not listened to Alaskans over the past year, nor has he learned.
Despite the governor’s baseless attempts to block the people’s constitutional right to initiate a recall, our legal grounds have stood strong since the start.
We are convinced that the Dunleavy administration is a threat to Alaska and that we cannot wait three years to un-elect him. Lives are at stake and so is our economy.
If enacted, the governor’s proposed budget, legislation and constitutional amendments would radically transform Alaska into an impoverished state.
We believe that as our next governor, Mark will lead colleagues to solve the fiscal issues of the state government.
Alaska’s constitution is clear in its emphasis on political, civil and religious liberty and on the individual rights of all Alaskans.
During this election, Alaskans have the opportunity to affirm Alaska’s Constitution and its independent, merit-based judicial system. Our judiciary is a model of independence and professionalism, and we should all vote to secure its integrity. When Alaskans wrote our state Constitution, we established a non-partisan, merit system for selecting justices and judges. A fundamental goal … Continue reading Alaskans should vote to protect independent judiciary
OPINION: Yes to Mark Begich; no to millions spent by Outside interests to use Alaska for their own agenda.
OPINION: Im voting yes on Tuesday to repeal SB 21. I'm optimistic that Alaskans can come together and craft a better deal, far better than the bad deal imposed by the politicians.
OPINION: A proposal before the Legislature would amend the Alaska Constitution to allow public dollars to flow to private and religious schools. But the people who wrote Alaska's constitution discussed the targeted sentence at length and included it for some very good reasons.
OPINION: Thanks to the hundreds of volunteers and tens of thousands of people who signed the referendum petition, Alaskans can now vote yes on Proposition 1 in the August primary.
Because I was elected at a young age to be a delegate to Alaska's Constitutional Convention, I've outlived most of our state's founders, leaving me with the responsibility of passing on to today's voters some of the values I carry from those days.
Exxon lawyers are currently in a battle with the state over Point Thomson leases and development plans. Each side is adamant about its position, and that threatens long delays in bringing the major energy resources into production.