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Think like the founders

Jamison Paul's article of June 10th articulates his reasons why he thinks our founding fathers told us a lie about our unalienable rights...
Some express prudish attitude about war

Jamison Paul (who last wrote May 5) continues to misunderstand my opinions, whether it's former President Bill Clinton turning a United...
Blame for war lies squarely with Bush, GOP

In answer to Jamison Paul's letter of May 31 and his conclusion that the "Democratic Party has failed us" because it was unable to end the war in Iraq...
Jesus wouldn't condone homosexual lifestyle

It was with frustration that I read the letters from Paul Grant, Wayne Gill and Jamison Paul last Wednesday bringing John Mielke (March 11) to task for his Victorian and fundamentalist-based views. Again, I am reminded...
Support mine alternative, fair taxes

...Dahl Island to the Arctic circle, and I know that a job is a necessary thing to have. I also agree 100 percent with Jamison Paul in saying that lawmakers ought to write a tax code that is fair to the workers. Eugene and Joanne Lawrence Juneau
Have we learned from our mistakes?

...nation and women. So you see why I am not surprised when people like Meyer, Pennington, Lie-Nielsen, Barrick, Jamison Paul, can't accept facts. As far as the weapons of mass destruction rhetoric, 70 percent of the Iraqi people turned...
Making ice nice at Treadwell Arena

...take the ice up for other sporting events and then hurry to put ice down again."Lead recreation maintenance worker Jamison Paul and building custodian Joseph Mattingly joined Brna in the process. Paul walked backward with a customized hand sprayer...
A never-ending war for self-determination

...It will be won when we persuade our government, and all governments, to find peaceful solutions for our problems. Jamison Paul lives in Douglas and has been involved in several commercial fisheries across Alaska for about 13 years.
Painful irony from Iraq an effort to derail Iraq's democratic reform," said Brig. Gen. Donald Alston, as he threw everything he had at the Iraqi people in an effort to derail their attempts to expel a foreign invader from their land. Jamison Paul Douglas
As society changes, so should rules

...society is changing, our customs are changing and in this one area it seems to be changing for the better. Survival of the fittest? It's more than a game - it's our health and the example we set for our young people. Jamison Paul Douglas


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