With the turkeys all carved and eaten, and most of the dishes cleaned, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude to fellow Alaskans who have exhibited courage, fortitude and incredible compassion over the last few years. We are grateful to the
We live in a world wounded by profound and ever-growing confusion and injustice. Often, it seems conservative, God-fearing Americans are waging a cultural and spiritual battle defined by occasional victories which are quickly overshadowed by
Homer resident and aspiring author, Maddy Veldstra, is feeling the ire of cancel culture after she dared to object to the Homer Library’s practice of planting controversial books that promote drag queens and transgenderism in the children’s section of the
There is absolutely nothing more foundational to society than the institution of marriage and the right to exercise one’s religious beliefs in the public square. Sen. Dan Sullivan had pledged to defend and uphold these tenets in the U.S. Senate, but on Nov.
In what some are calling one of the most devastating defeats conservatives have endured when it comes to family and marriage issues, Alaska’s Republican Senators Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski broke from the majority of their party to join the
After reading several Alaska Watchman articles on how local libraries promote drag queen story hours and LGB/CD(cross-dresser)Q agendas, I got to thinking. My wife says I get difficult or expensive when I do that. Well, in this case I’m hoping to present
The annual LeadOn conference, which targets 13-to 17-year-olds, took place this past weekend at Embassy Suites in Anchorage. Youth applied to attend the three-day event, Nov. 11-13, and sat through various workshops focused on sexuality, gender identity and
The current controversy brewing at the Homer Public Library over LGBTQ/drag books planted in the children’s section highlights the fact that most public libraries in Alaska and across the country operate under the increasingly woke guidelines provided
More than 70 people braved sub-freezing temperatures to attend the closing event of the 40 Days for Life vigil outside the Anchorage Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. Mary Kemper, who helped coordinate this year’s campaign spoke to the gathering of
A volunteer association of conservative-minded Alaskans will hold its inaugural meeting later this week with an aim of harnessing grass-roots energy to tackle critical issues facing Alaska. Concerned Conservatives of Alaska has its first meeting on Nov. 19 at
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