In the hours following an unprecedented FBI raid on his Florida home, former President Donald Trump posted an ominous, defiant and powerful video that utilizes portions of the speech he delivered in Alaska last month. The video, “A Nation in Decline,”
After FBI agents raided former President Donald Trump’s Florida Mar-a-Lago home, Republican lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan have spoken out against the siege, drawing into question the FBI’s integrity. Trump took to social media on Aug. 8,
Palmer resident Erick Almandinger was sentenced on Aug. 8 to serve 99 years in prison for the 2016 kidnapping and murder of his Colony High School classmate, 16-year-old David Grunwald. During sentencing, Palmer Superior Court Judge Gregory Heath said
Roughly 10,000 Alaskans have already cast their ballots for the primary and special general elections, which are set for Aug. 16. Ballots cast thus far include early in-person voting and mail-in absentee ballots, which had to have been requested by Aug. 6.
Ammo-Can Coffee, a wildly popular cultural and social club/coffee shop for conservative-minded, faith-filled Alaskan patriots on the Kenai Peninsula, was vandalized around 1 a.m. on Aug. 8. Owner Jason Floyd posted a notice on social media, saying his family
Anchorage-based Wisdom Apologetics is hosting the third and final part of its “Candid Conversations on Gender & Sexuality” series on Wednesday, Aug 10. Organizer Chris Gonzalez said the series has seen a great response in the first two presentations,
Due to the forthcoming retirement of Alaska Supreme Court Justice Daniel Winfree, a seat on the state’s high court is opening up later this year. There is, however, little chance the governor will be able to replace him with a conservative constitutionalist
A coalition of climate alarmists and critical race theory advocates are looking to use the still emerging Fairbanks North Star Borough’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan to impose contentious environmental plans on area residents. The Fairbanks Borough is
Any qualified voter living within the Seward City limits for at least one year can throw their hat in the ring to become the next mayor or to serve on the city council. Candidate packets must be filed by Aug. 15 for the regular municipal election which takes
The hard leftist super majority in control of the Anchorage Assembly has another fight on its hands. This time, it’s rank-and-file citizens of Anchorage mobilizing to defend their duly elected conservative champion – Mayor Dave
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