News and Stories that affect liberty and the public and private freedoms we enjoy, or are entitled to, as proclaimed in the Alaska State Constitution, or endowed by our creator.

True patriotism need not whitewash the past

Today, millions of Americans pay tribute to the soldiers who died defending our nation. Given that so many forces now seek to undermine American patriotism and demonize our nation’s past, it is good to recall C.S. Lewis’ reflections on genuine love of

Fairbanks to mark Memorial Day with planting of the poppies

On Monday, May 30, Fairbanks residents will honor the men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. At 11 a.m., residents will gather at Pioneer Park (2300 Airport Way) for the annual “Planting of the Poppies.”

TODAY: Alaskans to honor fallen officers at memorial ceremonies

On Friday, May 13, law enforcement officers from around the state, will gather in various locations to honor the 68 officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in Alaska. In Anchorage, a gathering will occur outside of the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection

Mat-Su Assembly ordinances look to protect gun rights

In an effort to safeguard gun rights for area residents, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly will hear public testimony on two separate firearms resolutions at its May 17 regular meeting. The first item declares the borough’s opposition to using any of its funds to