Editor’s note: Dan Fagan, a longtime conservative radio talk show host in Alaska, retired from his 20-year on-air career last Thursday. Dan Fagan. What can I say? What would you like to know about my many years with Dan as a part of my life? A couple of
Powerful and well-connected left-leaning activists, who comprise the newly formed Anchorage Equity Committee, are formalizing a strategy to root out what they deem to be unwanted “hate” speech, so-called “systemic racism” and other social or
For better or worse, institutions change over time with the influx and departure of influential board members, presidents and CEOs. Since this process most often occurs gradually, many grassroots supporters don’t notice the changes until they reach a
Covenant House Alaska, which began as a Catholic outreach for Anchorage’s homeless and run-away youth – ages 13 to 24 – has rejected core moral tenets of its faith-based roots in favor of facilitating abortions, imposing strict LGBTQ mandates on
In a short message published in the inaugural email of the Alaska Republican Party Report, Gov. Mike Dunleavy focused his Christmas reflections on faith and family, urging Alaskans to follow in the footsteps of Christ. “This month, Christians celebrate the
We hear a lot about the “Spirit of Christmas” this time of year. What does it actually mean? Often, it’s mistaken for jingles, parties, caroling, twinkling lights, decorations, gifts, feasting and other holiday happenings. While these are certainly
In our times of self-indulgence and violence, rays of hope and sunshine can emerge from the most unexpected places. As a sports broadcaster for high school and junior-level hockey for over 20 years, I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly. Forty years ago,
Some of the largest religious gatherings in Alaska and across the country typically occur around Christmas when infrequent church goers take time to attend holiday services with friends and family members. Christmas Eve, which is particularly popular across
Many conservatives were skeptical when State Senator Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak) claimed that the Democratic-controlled bipartisan coalition in the Alaska Senate would avoid divisive issues and stick to things like passing a budget and funding essential services.
Jesse Sumner, who recently won election as a Republican state representative for the Mat-Su, claims that he and the majority of Alaska Republicans are no longer interested in defending the state’s constitutional definition of marriage as “the union of one
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