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    Bill introduced to protect Alaska women’s sports from transgender biological males

    To ensure fairness for Alaska’s female athletes, a bill was introduced in the State Senate on May 13 by Sen. Shelley Hughes (R-Palmer). The bill...

    Sen. Sullivan slams Biden admin’s ‘condescending attitude’ about oil and gas

    Sen. Dan Sullivan took to the Senate floor on May 13 to call out the Biden Administration for its “cavalier and condescending attitude” towards...

    122 Alaska pastors sign letter opposing Equality Act – has yours?

    Alaska Family Action is encouraging biblically-aligned faith leaders across Alaska to sign a Pastoral Statement of Opposition to the dangerous and far-reaching Equality Act...

    As expected, conservative Bronson takes slim lead in latest vote count for Anchorage mayor

    The second round of vote tallies were released, May 12, for the Anchorage mayoral runoff, showing conservative candidate Dave Bronson now with a slight...

    Sharply divided Palmer City Council approves study on Anchorage-style mail-in voting

    After contentious debate, the Palmer City Council narrowly approved the spending of $3,000 in federal CARES Act funds to conduct a feasibility study on...

    Fairbanks teacher speaks out after being removed for discussing police, race relations

    Two weeks after being barred from her classroom at Lathrop High School following a discussion on police and race relations, Fairbanks teacher Connie Gardner...

    Mat-Su Moms for Social Justice has leftist designs for conservative Valley

    Extreme activists on the political left have harnessed and fomented the social unrest of the past year to expand and strengthen a network of...

    Legislators reintroduce bill aimed at banning abortions in Alaska

    Alaska Representatives Christopher Kurka and David Eastman, both from Wasilla, have reintroduced a Life at Conception Act with the goal of directly challenging the...

    Alaska BLEXIT to host first public meeting in honor of law enforcement

    The new Alaska chapter of BLEXIT, part of a national movement that aims to educate and empower minorities across America, will hold its first...

    Palmer police don’t need a controversial community oversite board

    An uproar hit Palmer last week when an article and a social media announcement reported that a group called Mat-Su Moms for Social Justice...

    Alaska-Siberia Air Route heroes played a key role in World War II

    “The structure of world peace cannot be the work of one man, or one party, or one nation … it must be a peace...

    Former Anchorage strip club transformed into a house of God

    Patrons of the old Fantasies on Fifth strip joint in Anchorage probably never imagined that their den of iniquity would one day be transformed...

    Anchorage schools ban the non-vaxed from any volunteering

    Parents who wish to offer their time and talent as volunteers in an Anchorage public school, whether as a chaperone, classroom helper, tutor, mentor...

    Alaska faith leaders urged to oppose Equality Act’s threat to religious, civil liberties

    Religious leaders from across Alaska are being asked to sign a joint letter opposing the Equality Act, a measure which has already passed out...

    Palmer City Council to hear proposal from activists who want control of local police

    Political activists in Palmer want to take charge of the Palmer Police Department. On May 11 they will give a presentation to the city...

    LGBTQ infighting: Anchorage Pride organizers blasted for ‘white supremacist’ roots

    The insatiable demand from leftwing activists for adherence to new and emerging standards of wokeness has spilled over into Anchorage’s LGBTQ community. Supporting Drag Queen...

    Outside leftist group hopes a Dunbar victory in Anchorage will turn Alaska blue for good

    Senate Circle, a well-heeled national organization that works to elect far leftist candidates across the nation, is operating behind the scenes to help Forrest...

    FBI raid on Homer couple inspires deafening silence from Alaska’s elected leaders

    The news of the renegade FBI raid at the Hueper household in Homer on April 28 is into the nationally oriented conservative and even...

    How isolated minorities preserve religious identity amid dominant secular societies

    Ethnic minorities, religious refugees and other groups segregated by a dominant society have developed and implemented strategies and tactics intended to protect their national...

    U.S. Bishops’ pending decision on pro-abortion Catholics may impact Sen. Murkowski

    U.S. Catholics bishops will gather in June to discuss how to deal with Catholic politicians who support the killing of unborn babies through abortion....

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