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Putting an end to Alaska corruption

...not a witch hunt as Patterson claims. It is the stealing of federal tax dollars, and those responsible will pay with prison time, and the state of Alaska will pay with the lack of federal dollars for years to come. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
Use permanent fund to make us millionaires

...again on a buy-off of the fund so that the State can fund the things it needs to fund without taxing its citizens. It's time for Alaskans to vote on a one-time payoff and let the fund pay for state infrastructure. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
Back to remedial math

After reading Thomas Baxter's letter about the buy-out of the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend, which in the process makes every Alaskan a millionaire...
Body language, nor tapes, do not lie

...with dinners several times a month. That is the only way to know who to hold responsible for the political dealings of lobbyists, and it is the only way a private citizen can have an opposing view of the lobbyists. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
U.S. invasions were often for worthy reasons

Thomas Baxter in his letter to the editor of Jan. 23 making his argument that Iraqis are morally justified to kill our soldiers and civilian...
Why would we want to be like China, India?

...Earth are we Alaskans champing at the bit to become as polluted as the rest of the world? Greed - that is the main reason. Leave our minerals in the ground for now. It could and should be Alaska's saving account. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
Liberals have built the United States

...Webber, I say this: The 9th Circuit court is part of Americas political system and it works. We the people of Alaska are hostages and the hostage takers are the people who represent our vote in Washington, D.C. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
Congratulations for getting fair share

...and its associated spur lines throughout Alaska. We have moved in the right direction on this tax. Now the state needs to step up and get a fair tax and tax breaks to companies who want to get Alaska's gas moving. Thomas Baxter Kasilof
As millionaires, Alaskans could buy back their politicians

In Wednesday's letters, Thomas Baxter of Kasilof writes to suggest that the state offer $1 million...politicians from the oil companies. Jim Hale Juneau Editor's note: Thomas Baxter's math was wrong, but he stands by his general idea of doling...
Where did 8-year-old get information?

...Wal-Mart are moving into Juneau. Now one can buy quality lumber and other goods at competitive prices rather than being "exploited" by the other businesses in Juneau, which for far too long have had no competition. Thomas Baxter Kasilof


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