High public trust in major religious, cultural, political and economic institutions is a bell weather marker for a strong, robust and effective nation. Confidence in these institutions lend credibility and public support to their work. America, however, is in
Greetings from your Alaska Covid Alliance team! We wanted to start a regular column to keep you informed on current issues. This first one will cover vaccines in children as that appears to be the newest, hottest topic. FDA has approved emergency use of both
Many parents have removed their children from public schools in favor of private education, both in Alaska and around the nation. This is occurring despite financial hardships due to Covid-related unemployment, high gas prices and growing inflation. The
Alaska Democrats held their statewide party convention earlier this month with a heavy emphasis on deriding pro-life advocates, defeating Sen. Lisa Murkowski, denouncing anti-maskers and opposing a constitutional convention. A recap of the May 6-8 convention
Democrats in the Alaska House banded together with Republican Bart LeBon (Fairbanks) to thwart an effort to bring Sen. Lora Reinbold’s vaccine discrimination bill to a final vote in the House. Reinbold’s SB 156 seeks to outlaw vaccine-based
For the past three days, the vast majority of airline passengers, flight attendants, pilots and airport staff in several airports across the nation have enjoyed breathing freely – mask free. The Watchman has conducted several in-person polls at airports
In an effort to more accurately record the adverse events and deaths associated with Covid shots, Truth For Health Foundation has launched its global Citizens Vaccine Injury Reporting System (CVIRS) – in English, Spanish, and Chinese. The aim is to provide
Sen. Lora Reinbold’s bill (SB 156), which seeks to outlaw vaccine-based discrimination, passed the State Senate with bipartisan support last month. Since March 18 it has languished – untouched and unheard – in a State House Committee chaired by
A newly published, hard-hitting video takes Alaska State Senator Jesse Kiehl to task over his highly questionable objections to legislation that aims to outlaw vaccine-based discrimination in Alaska. Kiehl, a Juneau Democrat, stood on the Senate floor two
In a 13-6 vote, the Alaska State Senate passed a bill recognizing that Alaskans have a fundamental right to decline vaccines, including experimental Covid shots, without suffering coercive forms of discrimination, such as being denied medical treatment, goods
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