By Rudy McGillvray
March 02, 2006
Several raids on the Permanent Fund have been tried, and all failed, because they ran counter to the Law that created the Fund, and public support for no tampering. This secrecy stuff engendered by the present director of the Fund, reads like an unlawful end run, by those who would steal "OUR MONEY". Or reduce its value, or screw it up and leave it broke.
A special prosecutor should be appointed to investigate any malfeasance, hiding of background checks on employees of the fund, and in general making sure we have the best representation of the public's right to Know WHAT'S GOING ON WITH THE PERMANENT FUND!!!
Yours, for openness, truth and honesty, in government.
About: Alan R. McGillvray has
been a long time resident citizen of Alaska, off and on since
1946. He was raised in Ketchikan, and has resided in Kodiak,
Unalaska, and Nome. He is a commercial fisherman, and a journeyman
Plumber. Alan R. McGillvray writes, "I was residing in
Ketchikan at the time the Perm Fund was being built, and have
developed several issues about what I see as its deficiencies."
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