Parnell picks apart issues

...yes or no" question that carries substantial economic and political implications.Voters can vote "yes" to repeal SB21 and...few when the governor's race takes a back seat to another political contest. Control of the U.S. Senate is up for grabs this...
My Turn: Honor Hammond by repealing SB 21

...of the best governors at bridging the political divides during tumultuous times. I first...petro-dollars. Politicians anticipated political Nirvana: never having to say 'no...first" is bantered about by all sorts of political campaigns and commentators (including...
My Turn: U.S. must show resolve against Russian aggression alternative leader who would challenge Putin as effectively as Russia's flawed political system allows, leading gradually to the emergence of political parties and leaders who actually cared about creating a democratic society and the emergence...
Today in History

...Mohammed Morsi, killing at least 80 people. More than a thousand inmates escaped a prison in Libya as protesters stormed political party offices across the country. Former Louisiana congresswoman Lindy Boggs, 97, died in Chevy Chase, Maryland.Today's...
Piecing together Parnell

...determines who I am for my wife and my kids, and it determines who I am in terms of the direction I set."Often coaxed by political strategists, supporters and opponents alike to keep his religion and job separate, Parnell says that's just not possible...

Opens Friday, Aug 8, 2014 Synopsis: Those in tune with the complexities of Argentine politics will have the best understanding of the subversive, satirical points made in this off-beat low-budget parable. Those unfamiliar with the country's history and problems, but who have a taste for intellectual and academic filmmaking, will still find much to enjoy. The story is set beneath Buenos Aires, deep within its labyrinthine subway system, and centers on a train containing 30 riders that has mysteriously disappeared (much like political dissidents tend to "vanish" in Argentina). The subway officials are greatly troubled and so call in topographer Daniel Pratt to help them find it. Unfortunately, the tunnel system is so vast and complex, that Pratt must find his mentor Hugo Mistein for help. Unfortunately, he too has disappeared. Fortunately, he left the system plans behind and as Daniel studies them, he comes to the awful realization that the train, which can be heard but not seen, has somehow become trapped in a fourth dimension. His findings attract the attention of local bureaucrats who are too rigid and pragmatic to accept Pratt's outlandish theory. This causes the determined Pratt to board a train that contains an exact replica of Mistein and see for himself exactly where it goes. The film was adapted from A.J. Deutsch's short story "A Subway by Moebius." ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

My Turn: Dan Sullivan: An Alaska Marine

...his love of country and Alaska. Sen. Mark Begich and his political allies should be ashamed of themselves for attacking Dan's...his allies are offending with their attack ads. I am not a political person, but I stand up for my brothers when they are attacked...
Today In Sports History

...Hellenic Olympic Committee for her comments on Twitter mocking African immigrants and expressing support for a far-right political party.JULY 261859 - The first intercollegiate Regatta is held in Worcester, Mass., with Harvard beating Yale and Brown...
Alaska Editorial: Still time to register for August primary

...election season deadline looming: today is the last day to register to vote, update your voter registration or make changes to political party affiliation before the Aug. 19 primary election. Changes made after Sunday will not be effective for the primary...
FCC rule change reveals political ad sales

...Alaskans hoping for an end to the deluge of political ads flashing on their TV screens won't...requires TV broadcasters to publish their political advertising numbers online went reserved this year. He added that political ad sale contracts were already available...


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