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    Mat-Su submits bid to host premier arctic sporting event

    Thousands of northern and arctic athletes from across the circumpolar region may be headed to the Mat-Su if the borough’s bid to host the...

    Murkowski is a key vote as Congress aims to pass radical pro-abortion/LGBT Equality Act

    The U.S. House in on the cusp of passing an extremely radical bill that would advance the abortion and LGBTQ agenda nationwide. Coined the...

    CDC records one more Alaska death, two life threating reactions following COVID shots

    A 71-year-old Alaska man with a preexisting heart condition died one week after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination, according to the latest report from...

    Alaska officials field COVID questions on pregnancy, fetal cell lines, herd immunity & return to normalcy

    Should pregnant or nursing moms get the COVID-19 vaccine? Were vaccines developed using cells from aborted babies? How long until Alaska reaches herd immunity?...

    Seward library joins move to push transgender literature

    The Seward Public Library has joined what has become a nationwide effort among community libraries to promote books normalizing transgenderism and LGBTQ identities in...

    A different kind of Civil War

    Last year was a very bad year for Republicans.  No matter how you try to spin the elections, Republicans lost.  Despite a record number...
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    2.5 > Slings and Arrows

    Joel and I knew the article on vaccine reactions would expose the blatant double standard, I just didn't know it would be the ADN...

    The left aims to silence all who challenge their ‘war on biology’

    In our 15 years of fighting for family values in the Great Land, Alaska Family Council has consistently defended the definition of marriage as...

    Alaska awarded $1.3 million in opioid epidemic settlement

    Alaska will receive $1,329,482 from a multistate settlement with one of the largest consulting companies – McKinsey & Company – resolving investigations into the...

    Alaska joins 23 states supporting citizens’ right to carry guns in public

    Alaska Attorney General Treg Taylor announced that Alaska has joined a coalition of 23 state attorneys general in an amicus brief to the U.S....

    At least five Alaskans died and 111 suffered adverse reactions after COVID vaccines

    Within the first five weeks of administering COVID vaccines in Alaska, at least 111 Alaska residents have suffered adverse reactions and at least five...

    Alaska must respond to federal attack on 2nd Amendment

    There is no doubt the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution guarantee two of the most fundamental rights that make America the free...

    Some thoughts on those Nazi-themed Alaska license plates

    Recent revelation of two personalized Alaska license plates reading “3REICH” and “FUHRER” suggest several profound problems in our culture. First the facts. Alaska’s Division of...

    Dunleavy calls for $5K PFD, gambling, homeschool support and energy independence

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy said 2020 was an eye opener on many levels and should spur Alaska to change the way it approaches homeschooling, taxes,...

    Why doesn’t Alaska report on adverse reactions to COVID vaccine?

    After two widely reported anaphylactic reactions within the first few days of rolling out the COVID vaccine, there has been little information from the...

    Fans of interstellar travel, badminton, roller derby and LGBT activists enjoy Anchorage CARES Act funds

    Groups advocating for interstellar space travel, extreme badminton, banning guns and advancing LGBTQ activism are among the hundreds of organizations to benefit from federal...
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    1.22 > Our Cancel Culture

    Liberals, empowered by the mainstream press and social media giants, are newly emboldened to silence conservatives all across the country. Here in Alaska, Rep. David...

    Churches unite to evangelize secular Alaska

    Revive Alaska Outreach is the hub for Christians desiring to revive the spiritual and moral life of Alaska. It is a multi-church partnership where...

    Radical animal rights group takes credit for ExxonMobile pulling Iditarod sponsorship

    One of the most radical animal rights groups in the world is claiming victory after ExxonMobile announced that it will drop its sponsorship of...
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    1.21 > Murkowski and the E.R.A.

    Introduced in 1972, the Equal Rights Amendment (or ERA) required 38 states to ratify it before 1979. Only 35 states agreed before the deadline...

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