We need to work with leaders and experts from local communities, to calmly get people in those communities the truth instead of riling up opposition to safe practices. This week the Governor did the opposite, writing an Op-Ed blaming others for this state’s mounting illness and death toll. He painted a rosy picture of where Alaska is. Here are facts he left out in praising the job he’s done.
We talked with Travis Neff about his fiery testimony from Monday night’s hearing that put Bronson and his allies on blast for encouraging and supporting a “plagued arena of science-denying bullies.”
They can’t even agree on when they should meet, let alone what they should do with the fiscal crisis.
Folks, this is the height of silliness. It’s as obvious as the coming of winter to Alaska.
At least it’s Friday.
“In Alaska, we take care of one another.”
The outrage and anger targeting the Anchorage Assembly—who Bronson sees as his primary political opponents—is far too valuable.
Now provides more than 70% of unrestricted state revenues
An innocuous-looking alert breaks all sorts of laws and norms. It also happens to be promoting the recall election against one of Bronson’s biggest opponents on the Assembly.
The stage is set for the Anchorage Assembly to make a push on masking, which sets the stage for a major showdown with hands-off Mayor Dave Bronson, which all has some other interesting twists.