It is the height of hypocrisy to believe that Alaska’s judiciary is “above the fray” of politics as a sort of wise and unbiased referee – a protector of the rule of law – to assist us citizen-peons in understanding the state and federal
For the second time in six months, St. Andrew Catholic Church in Eagle River has suffered a vandalism attack. The night before Thanksgiving, a vandal spray painted nine large phallic symbols on the outside of the church. The images are nearly identical to
Constitutional ignorance reigns supreme in Alaska, and it would appear that conservative devotion to our state and federal documents is little different than that of the rest of our culture. We insist on doing things the hard way, rather than expending the
In a Nov. 18 graduation ceremony in Sitka, 43 new law enforcement officers received their badges, including two women. Graduates consisted of 23 Alaska State and Alaska Wildlife Troopers, seven village public safety officers and numerous city, state, and
A coalition of 22 states, including Alaska, have formally petitioned the Biden Administration to cease its Covid shot mandate for healthcare workers and all related guidance. Even though the justification for the rushed mandate has disappeared, it remains in
Alaska law enforcement officers seized a massive quantity of potentially lethal drugs from Kodiak resident Mark Daniel Nason. In a Nov. 10 notice, the Dept. of Law said two indictments involving large-scale narcotics trafficking were against Nason. “While
The plan for those who don’t subscribe to the ever-changing ideological orthodoxy of the Left hasn’t changed much since the days of Lenin. To dissent from its core dogmas is to lose your place in society. And because that orthodoxy is ever evolving, no
Alaskans, I respectfully implore you to recognize that the flood of paid advertisements you’ve been hearing about a state constitutional convention may not be the whole story – and dare I say it is “spinning” the story to protect the power and wealth
When it comes to confirming federal judges, appointees and nominees for the U.S. Supreme Court, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka has pledged to only vote for those who embrace a constitutionalist approach to law. On Oct. 26, the conservative
A group of concerned Alaskan voters plan to peacefully rally outside Anchorage’s Nesbett Courthouse (825 W. 4th Ave.) on Tuesday, Oct. 25, to protest the ongoing attempt to disqualify State Rep. David Eastman (R-Wasilla) from being able to hold public
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