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    6.17 > On Fatherhood

    America is home to nearly 120 million adult men. They come from every conceivable background. In large part, they construct our roads, build our...

    Wasilla to celebrate popular 4th of July parade, after cancelling 2020 event

    The immensely popular and well attended Fourth of July parade will be back in Wasilla. Last year, local Mat-Su residents organized their own Independence Day...

    Melting Pot vs. Multiculturalism: What really causes cultural dysfunction in America today?

    The charges of white privilege,  systemic racism and critical race theories are tearing our country apart and far from a reality. As a result,...

    State of Alaska report shows no correlation between high vaccine rates and low virus transmission

    Despite government messaging to the contrary, it makes little difference whether a particular Alaska community is highly vaccinated when it comes to preventing community...

    Family friendly Colony Days fest is back, June 11-13 in Palmer

    Parades, outdoor markets and beer gardens, bed races, car shows, craft fairs, tractor pulls, reindeer rides and much, much more are back this weekend...

    Alaska Archbishop tried to delay discussion on denying Communion to pro-abortion politicians

    Archbishop Andrew Bellisario, who oversees some 32,000 Alaska Catholics in the Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau, is among a minority block of U.S. bishops who wish...
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    6.10 > Critical Race Theory

    Critical Race Theory is a repackaged Marxist ideology that has infiltrated public schools, libraries, businesses, governmental structures and cultural institutions all across the nation,...

    Heads of 5 faith-based shelters urge Anchorage Assembly to work with, not against them

    A letter signed by the directors of five faith-based homeless shelters in Anchorage was sent to the members of the Anchorage Assembly asking that...

    Anchorage Assembly delays vote on divisive plans that would impact parental rights, homeless shelters

    The Anchorage Assembly postponed action on three highly controversial resolutions dealing with placing homeless housing in business sectors, imposing burdensome shelter regulations and a...

    Critical Race Theory is ridiculous, but banning it won’t fix our schools

    Critical race theory is a worldview in direct conflict with our long-held principles of enlightenment thought that helped us progress into the modern era....

    Anchorage LGBT resolution doesn’t recognize low number of discrimination allegations

    Anchorage Assembly Chair Felix Rivera has introduced a resolution to have the city officially acknowledge June as time to celebrate “lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

    Shelter director: Anchorage plan to control homeless shelters will turn outreaches ‘upside down’

    I feel the current push for shelter licensing is an unusual solution to satisfy the expressed goal of this Assembly to “never again experience”...

    Special Olympics announces Alaska athletes headed to 2022 USA Games

    Special Olympics Alaska announced that it will send a 69-member delegation to represent Alaska at the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, being held next...

    Anchorage women’s shelter says city licensing plan would gut its volunteer base

    A faith-based battered women’s shelter could lose half its staff if the Anchorage Assembly forges ahead with a proposal to heavily monitor and control...

    Faith-based homeless shelter opposes Anchorage plan to heavily regulate its outreach

    Christian homeless shelters have served Anchorage’s most vulnerable residents for more than half a century. Along with provided food, shelter, job training and medical...

    Alaskans turn out in force to honor their fallen on Memorial Day

    Hundreds of Alaskans took time to remember, pray for and honor American soldiers and their surviving family members on Memorial Day. Large crowds in Anchorage...

    Anchorage library to use public funds to push BIPOC & LGBTQ propaganda

    The ongoing effort to harness the Anchorage Public Library system as a means of disseminating critical race theory and LGBTQ propaganda will ramp up...

    Alaskan recounts tale of Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union

    When the Soviet Union allowed a number of Soviet Jews to emigrate after the 1967 Six-Day War in the Middle East, expectations of freer Jewish...

    Pro-abortion Catholics and the fate of the Church in America

    This month, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), the national organization of close to 300 Catholic bishops in America, will convene its...

    Alaska Democrats partnering with Drag Queens to entertain children

    The Alaska Democratic Party is now throwing its resources into promoting Drag Queen Storytime, an event that has been hosted multiple times for young...

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