Tickets are now on sale to hear from nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager during his trip to Anchorage this spring. One of the foremost conservative voices in America, Prager is headed north to be the keynote speaker at the spring dinner-fundraiser for Alaska Family Council – one of the state’s most prominent pro-life and pro-family advocacy groups. The event is set for May 21 at the Hotel Captain Cook.

Prager’s radio show is heard across nearly 400 affiliates nationwide. He is also the founder of Prager University (PragerU) – the most viewed conservative video site in the world, with one billion views a year. Additionally, he is a New York Times bestselling author of nine books on subjects as varied as religion, happiness, morality, the left, Islamism and America. He authored “The Rational Bible,” a five-book series that is currently the bestselling Bible commentary in America, and at publication was the #1 bestselling non-fiction book in the United States.

He periodically conducts symphony orchestras, including twice at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, has travelled to more than 130 countries and has lectured on all the world’s continents.

An expert on communism, the Middle East, and the cultural and political left, Prager did his graduate work at the Russian and Middle East Institutes of the Columbia University School of International Affairs, and taught Russian and Jewish history at Brooklyn College.

He is deeply passionate about preserving America, the West, and the Judeo-Christian value system. The motto of his show is, “I prefer clarity to agreement.”

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Tickets on sale to hear Dennis Prager in Anchorage on May 21

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.


  • Proud Alaskan says:

    I listen to Dennis, on the radio all the time.
    A true believer.

  • Sammy says:

    My favorite Jew next to Jesus!

  • dalton says:

    Every one of these establishment Republicans were wrong about this fake pandemic. Now they come out acting surprised that they were lied to while it was well known in alternative media that the pandemic was planned. These drop shot Republicans act like nothing is really serious so they don’t have to fight anything. How did they get it so wrong and still make money while Alex Jones is blocked more than Jesus??? If you took a vaccine, you screwed up

  • dalton stokes says:

    The word “harmless” in Matthew 10:16 in no way means harmless. Here is the Strong’s definition. Christ NEVER said to be harmless. Look at this definition. The church married this verse and this is why they’re so weak…
    Original: ἀκέραιος
    Transliteration: akeraios
    Phonetic: ak-er’-ah-yos
    Thayer Definition:
    unmixed, pure as in wines or
    of the mind, without a mixture of evil, free from guile, innocent, simple
    Origin: from G1 (as a negative particle) and a presumed derivative of G2767
    TDNT entry: 04:29,3
    Part(s) of speech:

    • kris spencer says:

      WHOA! You are 100% correct. I checked it out with Blue Letter Bible. In the KJV “harmless” is used 2 more times in Phil 2:15…believers instructed to be blameless and harmless; as sons of God. And again in Heb 7:26 in ref to Christ the High Priest being “holy and harmless, separate from sinners”. (KJV). Don’t know how the word got translated “harmless”, but that word could have had a completely diff meaning back in the days of King James as opposed to now. When I think of Jesus, a Jew, uttering those words, you see the rhythm/rhyme of Hebrew phraseology that you see in Proverbs and in Psalms (and other places). The utterance by Jesus to his disciples is to be on guard (wise as serpents) and keep their godly and holy behavior at all times for the sake of the Gospel. That makes perfect sense! Thanks for sharing this!

  • FDisney says:

    I was interested until the name of Walt Disney came up. If anyone has been paying attention, that is a huge red flag.