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    Anchorage libraries get pushback on program aimed at framing America as racist

    A controversial plan by the Anchorage Public Library system to push the idea that America is a racist nation from the ground up is...

    Gov. Dunleavy recognizes Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Alaska

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued a proclamation on Jan. 18 in hornor of the national holiday commemorating the legacy of Rev. Martin Luthar King, Jr....

    As censorship police close in, we must redouble the defense of freedom

    A liberal-minded person was once understood to be someone who invited vigorous debate over controversial ideas, someone who listened to opposing arguments and calmly...
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    1.15 > A Struggle for Liberty

    The sum total of current events leads to the inevitable conclusion that newly empowered liberal elites are prepared to dramatically tighten the noose on...

    Open letter challenges statement by 12 Anchorage pastors regarding D.C. violence and Trump’s role

    Editor’s note: The following letter was submitted to the Watchman in response to a Jan. 12 statement by 12 Anchorage pastors which condemned the...

    Juneau unveils LGBTQ Native art funded by federal CARES Act

    Thanks to the Juneau Borough Assembly's actions, the City Museum in Juneau has acquired new “artwork” by local artists who received federal funds through...

    ANALYSIS: Is the Pfizer COVID vaccine morally licit?

    Is it ever morally permissible to use a vaccine tested or originated with fetal cells obtained from an abortion? The Pfizer vaccine, now available...

    ‘Yes! We’re Back’ – Anchorage’s Peggy’s Restaurant reopens Jan. 4

    One of Anchorage’s oldest and most beloved eateries is down but not out. “We will not let this pandemic beats us!” Peggy’s Restaurant announced on...

    Anchorage libraries hosting 2021 events that cast America as racist at heart

    The radical woke agenda of Anchorage area libraries will be on full display this year as the publicly funded institution begins a community-wide program...

    Marriage is the first cell of society, and it’s dying

    One of our top priorities at the Watchman is to defend the traditional pillars of a healthy society. These have long-been understood as faith,...

    Alaska health professionals face questions about vaccine side effects

    Professionals from Alaska’s Dept. of Health and Social Services faced a wide range of COVID vaccine questions from the public during a Dec. 30...

    Alaska backs NRA’s legal battle for survival in New York

    Alaska’s Acting Attorney General Ed Sniffen has joined a 16-state coalition of attorneys general supporting the National Rifle Association’s legal battle to keep New...

    After 66 years, Peggy’s diner is latest casualty of Anchorage’s COVID mandates

    Peggy’s Restaurant, one of Anchorage’s most enduring and beloved hangouts, closed its doors on Christmas Eve and the owners don’t know when or if...

    State survey gives snapshot on how Alaskans view COVID situation

    The Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services published the results of a new survey looking at how Alaskans view COVID and the responses...

    COVID coincides with rising suicide attempts and drug overdose in Alaska

    Isolation, closures and widespread lockdowns across Alaska have coincided with a surge in mental health disorders and increased emergency department visits for suicidal thoughts,...

    COVID cases in steady decline across Alaska, less than 1% vaccinated

    While Alaska reported 2,645 new COVID cases last week, that represents a 35% decline over the previous week. The virus now appears to be...

    Alaska reports 11 negative reactions to COVID shot after first week

    After one week of injecting 5,674 Alaskans with the Pfizer COVID vaccine, the state is aware of 11 Alaskans who have experienced possible allergic...

    ACLU’s holiday video mocks Christians, pro-lifers and traditional marriage supporters

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has a reputation in Alaska and across the country for attacking pro-life laws, undermining traditional marriage and eroding...

    A few ‘courageous’ restaurants defy Anchorage mandates on ‘Day of Reckoning’

    On Dec. 19, precious few Anchorage restaurants dared to challenge the ban on in-person dining that has decimated the once thriving industry. Several caravans drove...

    3rd Alaska health care worker suffers anaphylactic reaction following COVID shot

    A Fairbanks hospital employee is the third Alaskan health worker to experience serious negative reactions to the Pfizer COVID vaccine. On Dec. 18, Fairbanks Memorial...

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