In an effort to raise awareness about the plague of child trafficking, both in Alaska and across the world, the office of Rep. Sarah Vance (R-Homer) is offering free movie tickets to the new major motion film, “Sound of Freedom.” The feature
Anchorage’s new chief librarian, Virginia McClure, doesn’t see a problem with young teens reading library books that include graphic instructions on how to have anal sex, explore sexual fantasies and gender identities, create their own personal digital
Mat-Su schools that plan to host book fairs in which private vendors sell materials to children and parents, must now first provide parents with a list of the books on display. Additionally, parents must be notified two weeks prior to the fair so they have
Minutes after a pro-life student group set up a memorial to the unborn on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, aggressive pro-abortion activists vandalized and stole parts of the display. On March 31, Arctic Students for life set up a “Cemetery of the
Feminism 1.0 was in the 19th century, clamoring for the right to vote, own property and hold elective office. In case you didn’t know, it was also strongly anti-abortion. The 2.0 version emerged in the 1960s, and we all know how that went. But the old 2.0
Scores of Alaskan protesters braved freezing temperatures and howling winds to gather outside courthouses across the state in protest against recent actions by the Alaska Supreme Court to limit citizen grand juries’ investigative powers. The March 15
Momentum is building for what could be the most consequential grassroots Alaska protest in recent memory. As reported by the Alaska Watchman and precious few others, the constitutional rights of citizen grand juries to investigate corrupt public
Under the guise of “free access to information” the Anchorage School District has allowed its school librarians to order and display books for minors which depict or describe graphic scenes of sexual intercourse, masturbation and oral and anal sex. The
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