Commentary

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Peggy’s Corner of the House: Jan 26, 2012

Peggy_smRep. Peggy Wilson will work to pass seven bills introduced in last year's session of the legislature, including her transportation infrastructure fund. Due to redistricting, this is Wilson's last year representing Sitka in House 2.

Our kids deserve a great playground

Commentary: Last Thursday (10-27-11) at Blatchley Middle School library Play by Design architect John Dean gathered a group of youngsters around a map of a playground that he drew up that day.

People should resist corporate influence

IMG_5174This is Freda Aron, and this is my opinion. Whatever happened to the America of the People , by the People, and for the People? Was it too long ago to matter anymore? I don’t think so. That was the basis for the birth of our great country. But these days do people without money have any say at all? And if they do say anything does anyone listen?

Corporations are not people

Many of us worry that the increased role of the world’s largest corporations, in our elections and legislation, has had an enormous, negative impact on our democracy and our economy. Commentary by Libby Stortz.

Commentary: McAdams has Alaska in mind

Sitkan Lily Herwald says former Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams's local leadership will translate well to the U.S. Senate. (Note: The opinions in this commentary represent those of the author, and not necessarily the views of the Raven Radio's staff, board, or volunteers.)

Commentary: Murkowski's experience important in election

Sitkan Sherri Cummins says U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is a good choice and that she hopes all Alaskans exercise their right to vote. (Note: The opinions in this commentary represent those of the author, and not necessarily the views of the Raven Radio's staff, board, or volunteers.)

Commentary: 'Rally to Restore Sanity' calls for reason, thoughtfulness

Sitkans for Peace and Justice is hoping its rally this Saturday will promote government of the people, and challenge corporate spending on elections. (Note: The opinions in this commentary represent those of the author, and not necessarily the views of the Raven Radio's staff, board, or volunteers.)