Mining News: Senate race reflects political irony
Democrats fearful of a GOP win in November may have to support the Independent who happens to be Alaska’s incumbent senator
J. P. Tangen
For Mining News
“Democracy is finding proximate solutions to insoluble problems.”
Every two years or so we experience a glorious exercise known generally as the political cycle wherein, heretofore, unknown members of our community stand up and invite all the world to throw stones at them. At the conclusion of the exercise, those who have hung around long enough get to vote on who....
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