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Writers' Weir: The Curtain

...the curtain closes, they mentally prepare for Act II ofa melancholy drama they have witnessed many times before.? Greg Capito came to Juneau 40 years ago, liked it, and stayed a while.
Liberal hypocrisy

Greg Capito states in his letter to the editor last week that Bush has failed to "produce convincing evidence" against Iraq. What more convincing...
Saber-rattling threats. In so doing, they could turn their attention to the real problems facing our nation: a failing economy, rising unemployment, a return to deficit spending and a faltering confidence in corporate America. Greg Capito Juneau
People preferred

...confusion and frustration on the ground. With this electronic shift, Alaska Airlines seems to have forgotten its most important innovation: talented customer service agents that really care about the traveling public. Greg Capito Juneau
Teachers, not buildings

...classroom, the more kids learn. Unless and until the Assembly and School Board drastically reorder their priorities, not one additional dollar should be authorized by taxpayers for education in the Juneau school district Greg Capito Juneau
Ego, ideology, oil

...light of these questions, what motivates the Bush Administration to move relentlessly toward war? Could it be that ego, ideology and oil have combined to undermine our foreign policy? I can think of no other explanation. Greg Capito Juneau
The devil's in the details

...authorizing the expenditure of our tax dollars, even when the stated goal is improving public education. The truth is that fixing what's broke in our schools requires more than planning, designing and building new facilities. Greg Capito Juneau
New school doesn't equal better education

...fix what's broken? And, on election day, the message Juneau voters should send to the Assembly and school board is: Focus your energy, attention and resources on finding money to put more adults in the classroom. Greg Capito Juneau
Audubon academy lessons take flight

...fascinated by how much they really did learn through the day," Manning said. "It's not just play," student teacher Greg Capito said. "It's science at work." ***** Andrew Krueger can be reached at .
Rotate legislative sessions protecting Juneau as the capital. Continued defensive posturing will result in the inevitable: Ultimately, Juneau will lose both the capital and the Legislature because of our state's geography and demographics. Greg Capito Juneau


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