One of the bravest testimonies ever delivered in the Anchorage Assembly.
In a Facebook comment to her own birthday post (which she celebrated at Mar-a-Lago), Assemblywoman Jamie Allard states that she would take a bullet for President Donald J. Trump, "once a soldier always a soldier." Andrew Gray explains how this is North Korean style loyalty pledging which is antithetical to American democracy. Feb. 15, 2022
In spite of a blog story being completely false, Eagle River Assemblywoman Jamie Allard promoted it in an assembly speech. After almost being thrown out for screaming for interrupting Mrs. Allard, Silvers speaks. Feb. 15, 2022.
Speaking out against misinformation and in favor of Covid mitigation ordinance. October 2021. Includes questions from Assembly Members Allard and Zaletel.
Yarrow Silvers plays Mayor Bronson’s own words to demonstrate why the Assembly should control the Assembly chambers. November 2021.
Andrew Gray speaks in support of the Assembly Chair controlling the Assembly chamber, not the mayor or city manager. Nov. 2021
Yarrow Silvers skillfully demonstrates the need for timely assembly confirmation of the Mayor’s appointments to administrative positions.
Andrew Gray testifies in favor of Anchorage's mediated homelessness plan. December 7, 2021.
Oct. 28, 2021. Yarrow Silvers discusses her concerns regarding draconian budget cuts proposed by the mayor.
Andrew Gray offers his remembrance of Eugene Carl Haberman at Anchorage Assembly meeting, Nov. 23, 2021.
Andrew Gray speaks again in favor of the Anchorage Assembly having control of their own chambers. Assembly woman Jamie Allard attempts to fact-check me at the end; he presents references.