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    Joel Davidson

    Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.
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    Prop. 2 asks Anchorage to dump $500,000 into increasingly radicalized Loussac Library

    Proposition 2 asks Anchorage voters to incur a $500,000 debt to fund new building projects and spruce up existing meeting rooms at the Loussac...

    Alaska pastors urged to mobilize against religious liberty threats posed by Equality Act

    Roughly 30 religious and political leaders gathered in Anchorage on March 18 to address concerns about the Equality Act and what they see as...
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    3.19 > Bill Evans Interview

    We sat down for an interview with Anchorage Mayoral Candidate, Bill Evans to learn what makes him tick, why he is running, and some...

    Alaskans protest Anchorage meeting between Biden administration and Chinese officials

    A group of Alaskans, from both Southcentral and Fairbanks are peacefully protesting the March 18-19 meeting in Anchorage between top Biden administration officials and members...

    Planned Parenthood urges Anchorage to elect pro-abortion school board that backs radical LGBT/sex-ed agenda

    Planned Parenthood has a vested interest in making sure the Anchorage School Board is stacked with pro-abortion members who back radical sex education and...

    AK legislator derides mask ‘charade,’ then booted from chamber for not masking

    Rep. Christopher Kurka (R-Wasilla) gave a blistering speech against the Alaska House rules requiring all members to wear facemasks while in the Capitol Building. Kurka’s...

    Anchorage School Board candidates’ views on parent rights, curriculum debates, low test scores, sex-ed, gender ID

    Anchorage education is in crisis. Test scores are dismal, many students are struggling with school closures and virtual classrooms, and radical social ideologies are...

    St. Patrick’s Day and the Irish descendants of Alaska

    With more than 31.5 million Americans claiming some degree of Irish ancestry, Saint Patrick’s Day remains one of the most celebrated holidays in America....

    Supporters of pro-life constitutional amendment outnumber detractors at AK Senate hearing

    Alaskans who support a proposed constitutional amendment clarifying there is no right to abortion in the State Constitution outnumbered opponents during a March 16...

    Anchorage Assemblyman Rivera attempts to thwart recall by claiming opponents are anti-science

    In his official statement, printed on the ballot that aims to recall him in the April 6 election, Anchorage Assembly Chairman Felix Rivera used...

    Alaska’s Republican Party abandons Murkowski for 2022. Will it matter?

    If Sen. Lisa Murkowski is to retain her seat in the U.S. Senate she will have to do so without the support of the...

    Conference will train AK librarians to advance radical identity politics

    If the topics and speakers for the upcoming Alaska Library Association Conference are any indication, local librarians are being strategically trained and recruited to...

    TODAY: AK Independence Party chairman to speak in Wasilla on future of ‘new-look AIP’

    Alaska Independence Party Chairman Bob Bird will speak at the Menard Sports Center on Saturday, March 13 at 2 p.m. to discuss how the rapidly...

    Alaska pastors’ forum to address how ‘Equality Act’ threatens the unborn, religious liberty and more

    Alaska pastors and clergy are invited to a complementary reception and forum on March 18, 4 p.m., at the Petroleum Club in Anchorage. The...

    Rep. Young warns against 2nd Amendment violations as House approves gun control bills

    The U.S. House of Representatives passed two bills on March 11, which gun rights advocates warn are steps towards hindering gun sales and creating...

    Bill clarifying that AK Constitution doesn’t protect abortion set for March 16 hearing

    The Alaska Legislature is awash in controversial debates about changing how judges are selected, ensuring election integrity and solving the state’s mounting fiscal crisis,...

    Divisive masking controversy envelopes Alaska Senate

    The work of the Alaska Senate is being hamstrung by the leadership’s insistence that all members wear a particular type of face covering during...

    Senators, Alaska education commissioner say education without U.S. civics lacks a high purpose

    It’s not often that quotes from Benjamin Franklin, Plato and President John F. Kennedy echo through the Alaska Senate Education Committee chambers. The March...
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    3.10 > Interview with Mike Robbins

    Today Joel sat down with Mike Robbins to talk about his ideas for Anchorage, and what he would bring to the position of mayor...

    Dunleavy implores Alaskans to vaccinate, says he’s getting shots soon

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy took to Zoom on March 9 to urge Alaskans to get vaccinated on the eve of opening them up to anyone...

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