Christians have a “spiritual obligation” to engage in politics. This is one of the key messages of the upcoming Alaska Prayer Conference, Feb. 11-13, in Anchorage. Conference “special guests” include Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson, Gov. Mike Dunleavy,
According to a Jan. 12 notice from Providence Alaska, the state’s largest hospital has hired Anchorage Police Chief Kenneth McCoy, Jr. to serve as its first-ever chief “diversity, equity and inclusion officer,” or DEI. Starting Feb. 14, McCoy will be
The far-left activist group, Alaska Black Caucus (ABC), which has been heavily funded by the Anchorage Assembly and the Rasmuson Foundation, has big plans to pressure Anchorage schools into teaching key elements of critical race theory in 2022. A Jan. 13
Tickets are now on sale to hear from nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager during his trip to Anchorage this spring. One of the foremost conservative voices in America, Prager is headed north to be the keynote speaker at the spring
Momentous events in the life of a nation do not arrive because a people are ready for them. By all accounts, Americans weren’t ready when the Cuban Missile Crisis began, when General Santa Anna laid siege to the Alamo, or when Japanese planes first appeared
Americans from across the nation are planning to descend on Washington, D.C., Jan. 23, for a peaceful protest march against Covid shot mandates and the systematic censorship and cancellation of those who have declined to take part in the experimental shots.
Editor’s note: Click here to read part one of this series. The most orthodox group, recoiling under the threat of cultural erosion resulting from the compromises necessary to co–exist with the host culture, exercised the ultimate strategy of exodus to a
The darkest time of the day is before the sunrise. America is the sunrise for the Russian Old Believers in Alaska. Within a few decades of the Great Schism of the 17th century, many Old Believers escaped Russia to densely wooded areas of Belorussia and
Mat-Su Borough residents who live outside city limits are free to shoot off fireworks on private property to ring in the new year. A Dec. 30 notice from the borough clarifies that using fireworks will be legal “only on New Year’s Eve beginning at 6
During the Christmas Season, for a brief time, the squabbling of interdenominational Christian differences ceases. Despite the tiresome repetition of the famous song, and its purported symbolism, the Christmas season extends well beyond Dec. 25, and for good
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