Culture

Concerned Conservatives of Alaska set to launch Nov. 19

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

Grappling with Alaska’s election results

While a “Red Wave” didn’t wash across Alaska in 2022, the project of renewing and restoring our religious, cultural and familial traditions must continue. We’ve learned a lot in this election cycle. We know that the 2020 ranked-choice ballot

11.7 > Get out and Vote!

Tomorrow’s the big day, election day. Many of us have already cast our ballots to beat the rush, but one thing is for certain… like all rights – be they parental, religious or civic – the right to vote comes with a fundamental responsibility

Why the duty to Vote is nonnegotiable

Like all rights – be they parental, religious or civic – the right to vote comes with a fundamental responsibility to discharge one’s duty faithfully. For all Alaskans who are physically and mentally able, voting is not merely one option among

CRAIG CAMPBELL: The top 2 reasons to vote ‘YES’ on 1

The State of Alaska Division of Elections sent to Alaskans, and posted on the state website, the Official Election Pamphlet for the Nov. 8th election to provide an impartial, objective presentation of candidates and initiatives. This year the pamphlet failed

Shelley Hughes Torpedoes the Narrative

Watch this video and you will learn the truth about the lies you are hearing on the mainstream news. Props to Red Handed Productions for excellent production on a tight

What if just a few more conservatives had voted?

This is a perennial question which plagues conservative candidates and ballot initiatives that lose by narrow margins. What if Alaskans had been able to inspire just a few more people to turn out on election day? There will likely be several very close