My first experience with segregation was an eye-opener in a very real sense. My eyes literally went wide.

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Safe drinking water is a fundamental human right, it is a principle that acknowledges that it is essential to every person's life. It was recognized as a human right by the United Na…

As we observe the anniversary of the creation of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC) this month, it is noteworthy to laud the vision and leadership of the past, and imperati…

With Earth Day coming on April 22nd, we have reduced our carbon footprint by curtailing travel and our thermostat. We recycle. But we can do so much more by cutting our consumption o…

Friday, April 16, 2021

Alaskans have been through it all: earthquakes, fires, floods, and landslides. For the past year, our communities, businesses, families, and friends have weathered the everyday chall…

Thursday, April 15, 2021

The Covid 19 pandemic has created for much of the world what I would call a hole in history.

One of my late brother’s hobbies during recent years was to buy unusual news photographs made available when newspapers put their collections of old shots up for sale.

Ethan Hansen’s opinion piece, “What is Critical Race Theory?” badly misinterprets Critical Race Theory and intersectionality. In reality, these are just tools to help us understand h…

Thursday, April 08, 2021

If all goes well a little helicopter will be motoring around on Mars today, giving us a whole new perspective on the red planet.

Sometimes you hear a crack or a roar. More often the first sign is snow shifting around your feet. The snow starts in a slab and then breaks into blocks that knock you off your skis,…

Senator Josh Revak (R-Anchorage) recently stated in an Anchorage Daily News op-ed, “Alaska has and continues to be a shining example of responsible resource and energy development – …