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    15,900 Alaska federal employees must get COVID jab or wear masks and take tests

    Nearly 16,000 civilian Alaskans who are employed by the federal government are now being ordered to attest that they have submitted to an experimental...
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    7.15 > Vaccinated or Protected?

    Paid reasearch poll after paid research poll are asking Alaskans to (in this latest round from Ivan Moore) "Let us have it" tell us...

    Renowned musician and evangelist brings religious freedom fight to Alaska

    A renowned Christian musician and evangelist with a passion for fighting big tech and government violations of religious liberty and free speech is in...

    Mat-Su Fred Meyer store boots stellar employee for declining to vaccinate or wear a mask

    Leigh Nelson has enjoyed working at the Fred Meyer store in Palmer for the past two and a half years. A stellar employee, she...

    Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium orders 3,000 employees to get COVID jab

    In what is now a growing trend among leading Alaska Native corporations and health entities, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) has imposed...

    Kenai School Board to vote on plan to punish perceived discrimination, including non-verbal

    The Kenai School Board is set to vote on a set of new policies aimed at expanding the district’s power to clamp down on...

    SCOTUS ruling is a victory for the right to freely associate without intimidation

    At Alaska Family Council, we know firsthand what it's like to have supporters harassed for simply associating themselves with our ministry. On numerous occasions, individuals...

    U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka addresses abortion, women’s sports, religious freedom

    Kelly Tshibaka, who is attempting to unseat 20-year U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 midterms, addressed a number of hot-button issues during a...

    AK Family Council praises U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of religious liberty

    Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that every child in need of a forever home deserves the chance to be adopted or...

    Third Alaska Native organization threatens to fire employees who decline COVID shots

    One of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the country has threatened to terminate employees if they decline to get the experimental...

    Upcoming: Alaskans to honor fallen soldiers with Memorial Day ceremonies

    On May 31, Alaskans across the state will honor the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the U.S. Military....

    Mask mandate for Juneau’s un-vaxxed is designed to solicit vaccine compliance

    Juneau’s new policy forcing all non-vaxxed residents to wear face masks, while allowing the “fully vaccinated” to go mask-free, is designed to both entice...

    Second Alaska Native corporation to fire employees who decline COVID shots

    An email sent May 14 to all staff of the Norton Sound Health Corporation puts its 700 employees on notice that they are now...

    Delta Air Lines demands all new hires submit to COVID shot

    Delta Air Lines, which has expanded its presence in Alaska this summer, announced that it is mandating that all new employees submit to the...

    In easing restrictions, Juneau insists the non-vaxxed stay masked

    Juneau residents deemed “fully vaccinated” for COVID will be granted special privileges not afforded to the non-vaxxed. Those who have received COVID shots can...

    122 Alaska pastors sign letter opposing Equality Act – has yours?

    Alaska Family Action is encouraging biblically-aligned faith leaders across Alaska to sign a Pastoral Statement of Opposition to the dangerous and far-reaching Equality Act...

    Mat-Su Moms for Social Justice has leftist designs for conservative Valley

    Extreme activists on the political left have harnessed and fomented the social unrest of the past year to expand and strengthen a network of...

    Alaska-Siberia Air Route heroes played a key role in World War II

    “The structure of world peace cannot be the work of one man, or one party, or one nation … it must be a peace...

    Anchorage schools ban the non-vaxed from any volunteering

    Parents who wish to offer their time and talent as volunteers in an Anchorage public school, whether as a chaperone, classroom helper, tutor, mentor...

    Russian immigrant recalls first days in America: ‘How lucky I am to be here’

    There are decisive episodes, dreams, words, scenes, facial expressions, meetings, smell and other physical and spiritual phenomenon that are deeply recorded in our memory....

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