They have nothing constructive to offer. Quit electing them to important positions.
The Assembly has been and continues to be fiscally responsible.
Unfortunately, the new mayor has not shown us either the skills nor a productive and unifying approach.
The problems with the streaming service are daily and my calls to GCI are daily.
I bring this to your attention because I can’t believe I’m the only blind person in Alaska having this problem.
The built-in software is painstakingly slow to react to your commands and sometimes leaves you wondering if it works at all.
What about the huge Bush tax cuts of 2001 and 2003?
Why not think out of the box and come up with a snow melt system?
So what have I learned from 85 years of living?
I have been very grateful for the immunity the vaccines created in me, allowing me and my family the freedom to move safely.
With the supply chain crisis, we are told to get used to doing with less. We already are.
Maybe we could start with South Africa and surrounding countries, in acknowledgement of their gift of information?
I’ll be watching to see if Sen. Sullivan and Sen. Murkowski are doing what it takes.
Thanks, Assembly members, for continued strength and leadership when faced with a struggling administration.
Stand up for civility. We need to hear our delegation speak up. Silence is assent.
On one hand, I admit that casinos bore me to tears, but the “clang clang clang” of slot machines was inescapable.
The Stockholm-based International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance added the U.S. to the list of “backsliding democracies” for the very first time.
I’ve seen this happen way too many times. People, please have a heart.
Anchorage is a spectacular place to live, and I so look forward celebrating the holidays this year as a part of this community.
The future of fuel is hydrogen. Do the research; it will be the dominant source of energy in the very near future.
We have the money now, so let’s get off the rock and build a line and hook up to Canada’s line.
If our state is to thrive in the future, we must see beyond Parnell’s myopic goal of supplying a workforce.
Thank you, Beth. We’ll miss you, and congratulations on your well-earned retirement. See you on the trails.
Whether you like the infrastructure bill or not, it was passed because people on the other side of the aisle worked for the good of the country.
Love is the promise, God is the gift, and we must be the answer. God bless you all.