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Vision of the AK Roundtable: Impact the Future of Alaska!

What are the top issues facing Alaska and who is examining them with an eye to educating Alaskans to insist elected officials make well-informed decisions? Wise elected officials should want to know this, too. A lot has been happening organizationally with AK Roundtable and this is an update on the previous story written December 23, …

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Paul A. Bauer: Return to Traditional Values

Voters elect exactly who they deserve in our Representative Democracy.1 We must therefore understand WHY any particular candidate is running for public office. Some run to impose their ideological agendas on everybody else, but conservatives–who mostly want to be left alone–have traditionally allowed self-serving candidates to be just that. Conversely, conservatives usually run for elected …

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Anchorage Elections are a Dog’s Breakfast: Throw the Bums Out!

  Our local government has become repulsive; all the more reason why we must vote!  In about one month the good people of Anchorage will be again asked to support local government by voting for candidates professing to represent us. Our leaders say this is a cornerstone of “Democracy.” They don’t want you to know …

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What is the AK Roundtable?

Alaska’s Challenges Demand Answers (2021©donnliston.co) Ric Davidge is co-founder and “referee” of the AK Roundtable. In educational terms, one generation transfers knowledge to the next by what has been called the Intergenerational Transfer of Cognitive Knowledge.[1] That is what our teachers and schools are supposed to be doing—imparting the common knowledge to young Alaskans necessary to promote …

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Alaska’s Private Education Legacy; The Unfortunate Demise of Tom Thumb Montessori Schools

  (2021©donnliston.co) The writer and Margret Green award diplomas to one member of the last graduating class of Tom Thumb Montessori Schools, A previous reduced version of this story was published August 9, 2018 in ECHO Magazine Many Alaskan baby boomers experienced a remarkable 40-year Anchorage private education option at a school system I was …

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Alaska’s Economy Now

 Quality of Life in the MatSu Valley (2021©donnliston.co)     Edna DeVries was elected mayor of the MatSu Borough November 2 and will take over as chief executive of the most economically vibrant region of Alaska.     Edna DeVries, Mayor of MatSu Borough .As a precursor to the election on October 20 Alaska Department of Labor …

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Arrogance of Entitlement

When the Flash Mob Wants your Land (2021©donnliston.co) Local Landmine Blog buffoon, Jeff Landfield and an elected member of the Anchorage Assembly, are joined in this game camera shot by other trespassers, on the private property of Frank Pugh near Paradise Valley Subdivision above Potter Marsh. Pugh owns a home in a nearby subdivision. Imagine …

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EaglExit: The “Cityhood Movement” Moves North

Several communities in the Georgia County of Fulton have decided they want their local government closer to the people. Fulton County and Cobb County include the City of Atlanta. These communities have formally detached from Fulton in what has been dubbed a Cityhood Movement.[1] As some Alaskans who live in the area of the Municipality of …

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