Jake Libbey

Christian, husband, father, amateur-apologist and lover of good communication, our Publisher has invested countless hours bringing the Alaska Watchman to life. Jake is responsible for operations at the Watchman, advertising, and design of the website. In partnership with our Editor-in-Chief, the content for the articles on alaskawatchman.com are a product of the passion, energy and synergy between Publisher and Editor-in-Chief.
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11.5 > Hold that cork

Much has been made of the fact that Alaska’s conservatives turned out in huge numbers on election day. These in-person voters propelled U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young to huge leads in the quest to retain their seats in D.C. Additionally,

10.29 > Feeding the Fear

As we head into winter, and the renewed media frenzy over Covid cases reaches a literal fever pitch, it’s time there was some clarity given and a reality check regarding the state of the state of this pandemic. First, some clarity. There have been

10.22 > Shaping Our Future

If Joe Biden becomes president, the Senate will literally be the only bulwark against his ultra-left agenda. Since Al Gross has already pledged his allegiance to Senate Democrats, a Gross victory could very well change the course of our nation, and place it

10.19 > What Churches CAN say

We encourage Alaska’s religious leaders to check out the Alliance Defending Freedom political guide and to boldly inform and inspire their flocks to bring a biblically grounded perspective to our public square. Our state and our nation desperately need men

10.9 > Sending a Clear Message

We hope Alaskans send a clear message to the bench AND legislature and actually remove Justice Susan Carney on Nov. 3rd. But even if they fall short, this campaign should serve as a clarion call to state legislators that no judge stands above our

10.2 > Political Dodgeball

Democrat politicians in Alaska know they cannot be successful running under their party label. They know this. Rather than reexamine their priorities, so many Democrats instead pretend that they have no party, are undeclared, or independent. Don’t

Liberal Alaska politicians dodge party labels to sow confusion

It’s become fashionable these days for left-leaning liberal Alaskan politicians to try and cast themselves as nonpartisan, unaffiliated or independent – anything to get away from the dreaded “Democratic” label. If you think about it, this makes sense

9.25 > Fairbanks Endorsements

We sent out surveys to all school board candidates in Fairbanks and based on their responses we are happy to endorse the right candidates to restore trust in Fairbanks Public