Alaska Attorney General Treg Taylor signed onto an amicus brief, joining 22 other states in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion across the nation in 1973. The brief is filed in support of a Mississippi law that bans
The Dept. of Justice has awarded the City of Juneau $34,240 to train local police officers in how to identify and fight hate crime. The funding is part of a nationwide push from the Biden Administration to re-educate law enforcement agencies to identify and
As of July 26, more than 163 million people in the United States have been deemed “fully vaccinated” against COVID-19. This includes roughly 317,000 Alaskans. Despite being fully vaccinated, thousands of Americans are falling gravely ill or
Nearly 16,000 civilian Alaskans who are employed by the federal government are now being ordered to attest that they have submitted to an experimental COVID shot, and mandates for military personnel may be forthcoming. According to new rules announced on
COVID recommendations from the CDC can change seemingly overnight, which might explain why Rep. Don Young’s new video urging Alaskans to get vaccinated is already out of date. It’s unclear when Young recorded his message, but it was posted on July 29,
Despite recently agreeing to use Alaska’s public funds to pay for transgender surgeries and cross-sex hormones – including for children – Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration is now supporting an Arkansas law that bans doctors from offering puberty
The Alaska Permanent Fund just posted today the June 30, 2021, year-end earnings and expenses. Our PF Trust generated total revenues in the last twelve months of $18.8 billion. Expenses were $174 million leaving a profit of $18.6 billion. Transfers in
Parents’ Rights in Education (PRIE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to equipping parents with the tools and support necessary to stand up in their communities against harmful rhetoric and ideologies in local schools. The group recognizes that parents
Hundreds of Alaskans will be impacted by the Department of Veterans Affairs decision requiring all Title 38 VA healthcare personnel to get the experimental COVID shots. VA Secretary Denis McDonough announced the mandate on July 26, and it will affect
Today’s extremely pointed column by Bob Bird calls out Gov. Dunleavy for a litany of grievances that many Alaskans have with his disinterest in defending core conservative values whenever it entails locking horns with the court. Whether it be paying for
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