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    Heated debate over regulating Mat-Su shooting ranges resumes Oct. 5

    The heated debate over whether to regulate outdoor shooting ranges in the Mat-Su resumes with a public hearing at the Oct. 5...

    Governor reiterates: ‘I have no intention of mandating a vaccination for COVID’ in Alaska

    Governor Mike Dunleavy spent an extended amount of time during his Sept. 15 online town hall emphasizing that he does not plan...

    WATCH: Dancing protesters cut loose outside Anchorage Assembly chambers

    Who said conservatives couldn’t cut a rug? The twice monthly Anchorage Assembly meetings are turning into quite the party these days. From...

    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 will ‘not allow’ mandatory COVID vaccines at state level

    While there have been calls in some states for a mandatory COVID vaccine if one is developed, Alaska will not be one...

    Berkowitz compares 9-11 response to those who follow his COVID mandates

    Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz used his Sept. 11 press briefing to compare those who are living under COVID-19 health mandates, to Americans...

    Ketchikan Assembly dismisses religious freedom concerns, overrides mayor’s veto

    The Ketchikan Borough Assembly voted to override Mayor Rodney Dial’s veto of a resolution it passed on Aug. 17 which asks the...

    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.

    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....

    Anchorage Assembly opens meetings but threatens public to comply with mandates

    After a month of banning residents from attending Anchorage Assembly meetings in person, Assembly Chair Felix Rivera announced on Aug. 31 that the chambers...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    Assembly to consider Anchorage mayor’s request for ‘equity officer’ to enforce social agenda

    Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has asked the Anchorage Assembly to approve a $180,000-a-year Chief Equity Officer to monitor, track and enforce his so-called “equity agenda”...

    Anchorage pastor urges Assembly to refrain from violating 1st Amendment

    Editor’s note: The following letter was submitted to the Anchorage Assembly for their Aug. 25 meeting in which they will consider an ordinance (AO...

    Ketchikan mayor defends religious liberty, vows to veto gender identity ordinance

    After an emotional and somewhat philosophical discussion about gender identity, religious freedom and discrimination, the Ketchikan Borough Assembly voted 6-1 in favor of a...

    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...

    Ketchikan mayor defends religious liberty, vows to veto gender identity ordinance

    After an emotional and somewhat philosophical discussion about gender identity, religious freedom and discrimination, the Ketchikan Borough Assembly voted 6-1 in favor of a...

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