In the aftermath of the violence and hatred on display in Charlottesville this weekend, I found myself in deep reflection.
For six months, politicians of all parties in Juneau have sung a similar song: the state can no longer afford to offer cash payments to... Read more
Alaska has $59.8 billion in its
permanent fund and yet the state is in a financial predicament.
The economy thrives when businesses compete with each other for workers and customers. That is hardly a new idea, but it bears repeating as companies... Read more
President Donald Trump gave Alaska some good news late last week when he signed an executive order directing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review a... Read more
Residents of Alaska’s Pioneers’ Homes, and the family members of those residents, went through quite a bit of turmoil this month when news spread that... Read more