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    New head of LGBT activist group has radical agenda for Alaska

    The new executive director of Identity, an influential LGBT group in Alaska, has a radical social agenda planned for the state. “My job is to...

    Languages reflect our nature as being male and female

    The destruction of the arts and beauty seen in the degradation of post-modern culture is also manifested in languages. Each language is a mystery....

    Confusing art bespeaks of a meaningless existence

    In today’s degenerating western culture, all that is beautiful is being destroyed. This is not an accident of human emotion but is the culmination...

    Alaska Black Caucus postpones ‘March on Alaska’ to Sept. 7

    The next organized racial justice protest in Anchorage has been postponed until Labor Day, Sept. 7. Hosted by the Alaska Black Caucus, the “March on...

    Mat-Su jamboree features rides, fair food, vendors, games

    The Alaska State Fair may be closed this year, but Golden Wheel Amusements is using the traditional fairgrounds in Palmer to host a three-week...

    Family diners remained open Saturday despite Anchorage mayor’s fines, threats and lawsuits

    Two Anchorage restaurants, Kriner’s Diner and Litter Dipper, both remained open on Saturday, Aug. 8, amid growing sanctions from Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s administration. The diners...

    Kriner’s Diner plans to open on Saturday despite Anchorage judge’s order

    A small family-owned diner’s battle to stay open in spite of Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz's emergency order that bans all indoor dining is set...

    Attorney warns that diner case could spark class action against Anchorage

    In what is becoming a high-stakes court case in Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s effort to close down all restaurants to indoor dining, the initial...

    Red Chair Café plans to join Anchorage restaurants in bucking mayor’s mandate

    Another Anchorage restaurant is planning to open for indoor dining soon, joining a growing movement of cafes and restaurants that are defying Mayor Ethan...

    Momentum builds as more Anchorage restaurants defy mayor’s shutdown orders

    At least two more Anchorage restaurants are open for business as of Aug. 6, joining Kriner’s Diner and Little Dipper Diner in making a...

    Open defiance: Anchorage restaurants packed despite mayor’s order

    Kriner’s Diner has become ground zero for those who oppose increasingly stringent health mandates imposed on Anchorage by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz. Jason Woscek went out...

    Palmer to hold public hearing on allowing pot shops in town

    The Palmer City Council will hold a public hearing on Aug. 12 to debate whether to allow marijuana shops to open in the city...

    Prayer demonstrations to occur outside Alaska abortion mills

    A group of Catholics will gather at the Soldotna Planned Parenthood abortion clinic later today to pray for righteous government, law and order and...

    Protests loom as Anchorage mayor imposes new round of COVID restrictions

    As of Aug. 3, all indoor gatherings in Anchorage, including religious services, are restricted to 15 people or fewer. The new emergency order was...

    Conservative alternative to AARP preps for kick-off event in Anchorage

    Older conservative-leaning Alaskans are invited to check out an alternative to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). On Aug. 11 the Anchorage chapter...

    Fairbanks residents organizing rally to support law enforcement

    An independent group of Fairbanks residents is planning a rally to support law enforcement and emergency responders in Alaska. The “Back The Blue Alaska...

    Alaskans scramble to save historic church from falling off cliff

    One of the oldest churches in Alaska, and a spiritual treasure to Orthodox Alaska Natives, is on the verge of falling off a massive...

    Anchorage rally aims to mobilize fight against sex trafficking, child slavery

    Human sex trafficking, including abuse perpetrated on minors has become an international scourge that has left its mark on Alaska. July 30 is World Day...

    Legal fight possible if Anchorage bans counseling for unwanted same-sex attraction

    A leading national attorney warned of legal challenges if the Anchorage Assembly presses ahead with a proposed ban on counseling that aims to help...

    The bizarre inconsistency of our Catholic bishops

    In these days of Alphabet Madness (COVID, LGBTQ, BLM, CHAZ), many Catholic bishops of the Western world fall lockstep into bizarre inconsistencies. Despite their...

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