Instead of enjoying an incredible 27-3 season, it has been ruined by the way the AD treated the team, the coaches and the fans.
The current decision-making process around the closing of neighborhood schools is an example of how policy decisions can perpetuate structural problems in our society.
The plan to close six elementary schools in the Anchorage School District is tainted by political influence.
I urge our members of Congress to make sure an expanded, monthly CTC for all low-income families is included in tax negotiations.
The fact is, due to declining enrollment, we need fewer schools and more prisons.
I feel a sickness has descended on Alaska. New talk of importing liquefied natural gas when we are a petroleum giant is so wrong.
Sorry for my convoluted analysis, but I don’t think Olsen is correct when he indicted ranked choice voting the way he did.
The fact we have heard so little from Gov. Mike Dunleavy is worrisome, but then again, Juneau is noted for “disjointed priority mechanisms.”
I implore the ASD School Board to pause and reflect about potential consequences.
Sports need to be entirely privatized and divorced from higher education. Stop the free ride.
Alaskans’ satisfaction with ranked choice voting is increasing as we become more familiar with it.
Under our new ranked choice voting system, I can finally use the full power of my vote. That’s not crazy. That’s simply fair.
I ask the governor to please work with the Legislature to return educators to a defined benefit retirement system and pass a significant increase to the BSA.
Sarah Palin is slowly losing her relevance on the national level as well as in Alaska.
Math is hard, but voting shouldn’t have to be.
Perhaps candidates Kelly Tshibaka and Sarah Palin should try running on equitable solutions instead of accusations and negativity.
Sarah Palin, you are out.
The Powerball/Mega Millions lotteries should be installed for Alaska at this time.
We can prevent tragedy by practicing secure firearm storage, a hallmark of responsible gun ownership.
I don’t get the gripes about ranked choice voting.
Mayor Dave Bronson and Gov. Mike Dunleavy, what happened to Los Anchorage?
I‘d just like to point out one of the purposes of the U.S. Constitution, quoting its preamble.
Homegrown trained competence in the job market and better quality of political leaders from the governor down could help Alaska grow out of its status as a failed state.
In the morning, my puppy retrieves the paper, and I get to read the ADN while I eat breakfast!
The Dobbs decision demonstrated to young people, women and many others that the Republican Party did not deserve their votes.