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Empire Editorial: 'Where' do you want to go? Singapore and more. This week, turn to page A6 for all the details on making a trip to the 2014 Super Bowl a reality, check out the art scene in Miami or get adventurous at a less-than-ordinary hotel. From here on out, the Empire will...
Seahawks left waiting for title

...I don't think there is any question it can help if you use it right. It's a learning opportunity again, a reality check. How the littlest of things can determine the outcome of a game and being in a good hard-fought game is good always...
Cliffs, Compromise and Consequences

...have the votes in the Senate, and we don't have the vote in the White House." These poll numbers, along with 'reality check' comments by Tea Partiers, suggest that compromise is no longer a dirty word. Instead, in the case of the looming...
Reality Check
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A reality check

After reading Edwin E. Johnson's letter to the editor in Monday's Juneau Empire, I think it's appropriate to add some desperately needed balance to extremist letters of that nature.
Reality check: Knowles plan must survive scrutiny

Gov. Tony Knowles' proposal to balance the state budget with an income tax and Permanent Fund earnings has a lot of hurdles to overcome, including legislative and voter reluctance, holding a special election in time and hoping the stock market doesn't suffer a downturn.
Alaska editorial: Reality check on the cruise ship tax claims

This editorial first appeared in the Anchorage Daily News:
Outside editorial: FCC reality check: Agency should drop outdated rule

The Federal Communications Commission had good intentions in levying a $24 million fine against Univision for not complying with a federal rule mandating children's programming on broadcast-television networks.


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