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    It’s happening again – a hypnosis of fear

    After WWII, many German people snapped out of what they had endured and what they had instigated. To paraphrase the honest assessment of many...

    Is Soviet-style censorship rearing its head in America?

    Many of my friends during my upbringing in the former Soviet Union were students from various educational institutes, striving for knowledge, wisdom, academic curiosity...

    Radical leftists say mask mandate opponents are ‘hate mob’ – plan to protest at Anchorage Assembly

    A coalition of far left, socialist, Communist, LGBTQ and pro-critical race theory activists plan to join forces at the Oct. 12 Anchorage Assembly meeting...

    Beloved Alaskan balladeer Hobo Jim faced death with courage, gratitude

    It’s easy to lose sight of the heart and soul of life, easy to let the evenings pass in a blur of mediocrity while...

    Pro-life Alaskans crash pro-abortion marches to defend unborn babies

    Pro-abortion demonstrators in Alaska were met by peaceful pro-life advocates on Oct. 2, a day when abortion activists marched on cities around the nation...

    Iditarod imposes vax mandate but most mushers come from largely unvaxed areas

    The Iditarod Board of Directors announced this week that it made a very “tough decision” to ban from the 2022 race all mushers and...

    Museum pushes historically suspect ‘2-Spirit’ film to queer Alaska Native culture

    The Anchorage Museum will feature a new film next month that aims to introduce LGBTQ themes into Alaska Native culture. “Dear Kin” is a storytelling...

    Two-Spirited identities are a farcical interpretation of Alaska Native culture

    Alaska Native transgenderism is seeping its way into traditional native culture in the form of the fabricated term “two-spirit.”  Alaska Natives are generally united...

    Network aims to connect politicians and faith leaders to transform Alaska’s culture

    On Sept. 17, 18 and 20, Alaska Family Council is hosting Dinners for ministry partners in Fairbanks, Anchorage and Soldotna respectively.  Please click here...

    Alaska state representative claims Nazi experiments produced beneficial results

    The Sept. 11 floor session in the Alaska House of Representatives was marked by an unusual moment when Rep. Sara Hannan (D-Juneau) stood to...

    Beware of activists who manipulate history for ulterior motives

    Today, many radical school teachers believe themselves to be teaching the “truthful” history of the world, including American history. They aggressively and unwisely inject...

    Governor, Anchorage mayor and religious leaders to speak at ‘God & Country’ 9/11 commemoration

    Civic and religious leaders from Alaska will gather in Anchorage on Sept. 11 to commemorate the tragic terrorist attacks that took the lives of...

    Anchorage Assembly exhibits classic signs of cultural imperialism

    Just over a year ago, Anchorage was not a hyper-partisan city to the average observer. A liberal or a conservative had plenty to complain...

    Florida boy runs a mile in honor of fallen Mat-Su fireman

    A 12-year-old Florida boy, Zechariah Cartledge, has gained national attention for his determination to run a mile in honor of every fallen first responder...

    Group aims to honor those who are preserving Alaska’s heritage

    The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation is seeking nominations for its 14th Annual Historic Preservation Award, which honors excellence in historic preservation throughout Alaska. The award...

    After Assembly nixes first pick, Mayor Bronson names Judy Norton Eledge as Anchorage library director

    Days after the Anchorage Assembly rejected his initial appointment to lead the city’s libraries, Mayor Dave Bronson named Judy Norton Eledge to serve as...

    Anchorage concert goers must vax or show negative tests, and everyone must mask

    If you’re planning to catch an Anchorage Concert Association show this year, you must be prepared to either prove you have the COVID vax...

    Reform or build anew? How should we respond to a culture in crisis?

    Many conservative minded, liberty-loving Americans recognize that our educational, cultural and civic institutions have been overrun by leftist ideologues who are hell bent on...

    We make our choices, and our choices make us

    Sophie's Choice is a 1982 British film written and directed by Alan J. Pakula. It stars Meryl Streep and Peter MacNicol, and was honored with...

    Alaska BLEXIT social will focus on how to impact school boards

    The newly formed chapter of BLEXIT, which is part of a national conservative movement to educate and empower minorities across America, is hosting a...

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