Barbara McDaniel writes (Empire, Feb. 11) that parental consent laws for Alaska minors wanting abortions are inept because they don't target...
...bring an already dead energy bill back to life. After watching the debate on Alaska's Superstation last night one thing was crystal clear: We need talented Fran Ulmer to be our governor and our U.S. senator. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...answer the call to help. We must vote for Diane Benson for Congress. Let's proudly send Diane to Washington D.C. to join the new congressional majority who will stop George Bush's heinous abuse of power. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...written, parental consent in order to impregnate our teenage daughters, with indisputable legal consequences otherwise, I'll certainly jump on the parental consent bandwagon. That would be equal enough for me! Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...Mr. Heidersdorf and his group would do more good themselves if they remembered that, in America, as their religious beliefs are tolerated, so too must they tolerate the different religious beliefs of others. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...sorry for people who have attached their good names to this radical-right candidate. Palin's deceit puts her supporters into one of two unfortunate positions: They are either her victims or her accomplices. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...the condition that he perceives his wife has given in to total submission. Except for maybe Vic Kohring, I would have expected most Republicans would unconditionally honor their responsibility to Alaska's kids. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...governor has power over Alaskans' bodies, to limit reproductive rights and future occupations. Beneath her public face, the reality is that Alaskans have a substantial problem with this person as our governor. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...includes the conservative belief that all people are not created equal and that women, minorities, foreigners, and other outgroups are less valuable people who are predestined for exploitation by conservatives. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
...discrimination, and war. Perhaps those two publicly employed men should return to the private sector, learn how to respect individuals, and let someone with less political cash but more wisdom represent their community. Barbara McDaniel Wasilla
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