More

    Culture

    Still unable to see ailing daughter, father urges Anchorage to protest outside hospital

    For nearly two weeks Marvin Abbott has sat, prayed, slept and peacefully protested outside the main entrance to Providence Alaska Medical Center...

    Animal rights extremists howling as plans for 2021 Iditarod underway

    Planning for the 49th Iditarod Sled Dog Race has begun, and one of the nation’s most extreme animal rights activist groups is...

    The ‘equity’ police are really after political power

    Both in Alaska and around the country we hear a lot these days about the quest for “equity” in city council meetings,...

    United we stand – Divided we fall: Race, ethnicity and minority in America

    In the past, many of my students at Alyeska Central School, the former state correspondence school based in Juneau, and my students...

    Alaska workshops to equip future conservatives for political office

    In an effort to mobilize and train future conservative political candidates in Alaska, three workshops will occur in Palmer, Fairbanks and Soldotna...

    Upcoming Alaska rallies to celebrate freedom, constitutional rights

    Two upcoming rallies in Southcentral Alaska aim to promote freedom, celebrate patriots and empower Alaskans to defend their constitutional rights.

    Anchorage protesters call Trump a racist while promoting liberal political aims

    At one point during the Sept. 7 Black Lives Matter protest in Anchorage a local pastor took to the stage and denounced...

    Neo-Marxism and Utopian socialism in America today

    What practical lessons can we learn from history? There is no simple answer to this question because history is a complex subject....

    Black Lives Matter protesters to march in Anchorage Sept. 7

    Black Lives Matter protesters will once again take to the streets of Anchorage on Monday, Sept. 7, to decry “systemic racism.” Originally...

    Lawsuit filed to save historic home of Alaska flag

    The non-profit Friends of Jesse Lee Home filed suit against the City of Seward in superior court, charging the home rule city...

    Alaska’s Catholic hospital offers transgender hormones

    Alaska’s flagship Catholic hospital, which claims to operate in accord with Catholic ethical guidelines, offers powerful hormones to assist Alaskans in “transitioning” to the...

    Alaska’s judge selection is ‘shrouded in secrecy’

    The upcoming November elections are among the most consequential in American history. The outcome may well determine whether the American experiment continues or dies....

    Juneau looks to empower radical social agenda with taxpayer funds

    Juneau Assembly members are working on a plan to enact the demands of Black Lives Matter protesters. A resolution to this effect is slated...

    Anchorage churches restricted to 50% capacity under mayor’s latest order

    Beginning Monday, Aug. 31, Anchorage area churches will be allowed to open at 50% capacity. This is up from the 15-person limit which had...

    Anchorage bans counseling that does not support LGBTQ agenda

    It is now illegal for counselors in Anchorage to provide any service for minors that helps them deal with unwanted same-sex attraction or overcome...

    Attorney general’s downfall does not undermine the values he publicly defended

    The disclosure of more than 500 personal texts from Attorney General Kevin Clarkson to a younger female state employee, has sent the left into...

    State Fair is cancelled but Mat-Su Fall Festival kicks off Friday

    While the traditional Alaska State Fair is closed for the first time since 1942 due to COVID-19 concerns, the new Mat-Su Fall Festival is...

    Juneau libraries reach children with online drag shows

    The Juneau Public Libraries has moved its Drag Storytime events online out of COVID-19 concerns. The publicly funded institution held an Aug. 24 Drag Storytime...

    Aug. 25 protest to support parental rights & police officers in Anchorage

    Yet another protest will take place outside the Anchorage Assembly chambers on Aug. 25, beginning at 4:30 p.m. The upcoming event will urge the Assembly...

    Another church refuses to follow Anchorage mayor’s restriction on group size

    Yet another prominent Anchorage church has chosen to remain open for communal worship in the face of Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s latest emergency order limiting...

    Donate

    Alaska Watchman relies on the generous support of our readers. All donations go directly to supporting and expanding our news coverage. Please consider becoming a regular supporter.

    Select a Donation Option (USD)

    Enter Donation Amount (USD)

    Donate

    $
    Personal Info

    Donation Total: $100.00

    Stay Informed

    Receive breaking stories and analysis from the Alaska Watchman directly to your inbox for free.

    No spam ever. Guaranteed.

    Latest articles

    Alyse Galvin says she’ll caucus with Dems, backs abortion platform

    Alyse Galvin, who says she’s running as an independent in challenging Republican Don Young for his U.S. House seat, admitted that she...

    Contraception and Abortion are intimately linked – here’s how

    Very few Catholics – and even fewer non-Catholic Christians – have understood the link between abortion and contraception. In fact, quite the...

    Watchman endorses conservatives for Fairbanks School Board elections

    This is it Fairbanks! You already pleaded with your school board members to reject the introduction of highly controversial...

    Wasilla mayoral candidates weigh in on hot-button social issues

    On Oct. 6, three candidates are vying to become the next mayor of Wasilla – Stu Graham, Glenda Ledford and Doug Holler.

    News tips