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#1 May 19, 2007
Do you want the pebble mine to happen type (yes) or (no) and why.
#2 May 23, 2009
Eminent domain: May be exercised by drainage, levee, floods, highways, port, wharves authorities, public use of property, roads, bridges, railroads, water, electricity to a community, redevelopment projects ( on Native owned land), soil projects (mining gold ), streets.
ANTICIPATION IS NOT TAKING!!
" The pseudonym of God when he did not want to sign." - Anatole France.
#3 May 26, 2009
Eminent domain: May be exercised by public works or BUILDING Authorities.
The immense gold on Alaska's Crooked Creek, the special breakdown plan to exploit the godsend treasure? to remain in possession with " an insatiate thirst of enjoying a greedily desired object" - Montaigne: gold, oil on Native lands?
The people: Alaska: "North to the future, the last frontier. Other States:
Missouri: "Salus populi suprema lex esto": salvation, help people, greatest law, esto: gratiosus esto??? " Show me State".
New Hampshire: " Live free or die"
Kentucky: "United we stand, divided we fall".
Ohio: " With God all things are possible" Buckeye State.
Wyoming: " Equal rights, Equality State".
Pennsylvania: " Virtue, liberty and independence"
The Artic: The future of prospect.
#4 May 28, 2009
Anchorage Daily News: Palin vetoes include some stimulus money.
By: Sean Cockerham. Published: may 21st, 2009 01:10PM Last Modified: May 22nd, 2009 12:52PM
The statement in brief by the leader of the house, Republican Mike Hawker said: " That you don't have to come up with ALL these building codes? Sure, a valid favor lawmaker? What is the face of the Alaska State Department? unaware of the lawgiver?, the homeless? energy? viagra?
Statement in brief of Governor Palin by US Sen. Mark Begich: Objecting to Palin's decision to leave the energy money on the table. Begich said Palin's notion about some onerous federal mandate seems to be a little more than a political red herring targeted at an agenda other than Alaska's:
Bail out money?, golden, equal opportunity to help the people of Alaska? the political red herring? the community of Alaska? land?, the homeless? energy?
Larry Persily, the Legislatures main staffer said: There would be no government workers with tape measures out policing the standards: measures? resources? funds? value?, stocktaking? surface measure? land measure? energy?
Alabama: " We dare defend our rights" Heart of Dixie or Camellia State.
Arizona: " Diat Deus" Grand canyon State.
Montana: " Oro Y Plato" Treasure State.
#5 May 29, 2009
Anchorage Daily News
By: Sean Cockerham
Published: May 21st, 2009 01:10PM
Last Modified: May 22nd, 2009 12:52 PM
U.S. Sen. Mark Begich: Alaska could have funded weatherization and renewable ENERGY projects.
Palin said: ACCEPTING the ENERGY stimulus money.
Hawker said: before agreeing to take all but 3 percent of it after the Legislature rejected her concerns.
Larry Persily said: It could be " pretty much a general plan to promote ENERGY efficiency".
The State House Democratic Minority: tHAT Every other State is requesting the money.
Disappointing? Balked? for Governor Palin's acceptance of the National deficit?
The constituted placement of a nationality, the regional people of Alaska, belong with the land and thriving with a future. gold.
#6 Jun 1, 2009
In on of Pebble? of N. Korea? striking up, down, under or change for other place? to turn, and fall down and not reach Alaska? or to the opposite side, direct, reversal and failure to get nowhere? and in randomness, go on a hit-or-miss, up, down, around Alaska?
#7 Jun 2, 2009
Strange, U.S. Senate panel seeking financial information from Bristol bay, overlooking the Senate's unbalanced personal account. Crooked
#8 Oct 14, 2009
The first to exploit the Alaskan people was a Dane from Russia, Vitus Bering (1741, furs) and the exploitation has not stopped, history can not deny these facts.
#9 Nov 6, 2009
(yes): reality? sooner or later Pebble mine is going to happen anyway.
(yes): Pebble Mine should be for the future for the Alaskan Native Tribal People.
(no): environmental integrity, roaring of greed,
#10 Dec 6, 2009
Pebble mine, why shouldn't you have your own fish refuge? The lack of agreement should be between the people of Alaskan owned lands. Why don't you hold on to your Alaskan land all together? London and Canada are dependent of your profit.
#11 Dec 6, 2009
There is a distinct difference between the Alaskan owned lands and the State.
Look-up enotes.com under trespassing, adverse possession.
#12 Dec 23, 2009
Responsible and obligated for the excessive mess of the oil on the NSlope and the endless spill over on the grounds of the Alaskan People, colonist?
#13 Dec 23, 2009
1. NO, until you can get more than 30% for your land and resources.
30%? 70% to subsidize who?
#14 Aug 2, 2010
Pebble mine, is the hand for gold, for people who can not stand to live like a pauper as other people, lest they become like the common people.
What countries will benefit by this "gold?" the Alaskan Natives never benefited from their resources. What makes another country destroy and ruin only the minority countries? Who gave these intruders the right to pollute the sea and streams of another man's land? and to nickle- and- dime these people?
#15 Aug 15, 2010
What other countries allowed London and Canada to enter and rip the resources out of their lands to make a profit and leaving the country in a mess and financially in the red?
#16 Aug 25, 2010
The Alaskans Bristol Bay; 400 million per year, + fishing, drinking water, your home and food- VS a one- time billion worth of gold, which you will never profit from. Hey, that's ok if Pebble stays on the state owned land, you will never be able to go onto the Pebble/state land anyway.
#17 Sep 26, 2010
no)- Alaska people are equal? Why discriminate then, against the Alaskan people? Do you want Pebble to live their way of life, so you can live in a toxic dump? Alaska: economically feasible for what country?
#18 Oct 23, 2010
Yes, for the accomplishment of the AFN Convention: People for subsistence and fishing rights.
Unlike a "free lunch anyone?" convention.
#19 Oct 23, 2010
No- Free lunch anyone? all depend on the sea. The sea is ungovernable by man.
#20 Nov 8, 2010
NO- Seriously? A lot of Alaskans live a hand-to-mouth existence, supporting the trade-off of their land for a pound.
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