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    Palmer progressives want to wield newfound power to mandate masks

    Following victories in the recent October election, progressives on the Palmer City Council now enjoy a narrow 4-3 majority, which they will try and...

    Attorney: Assembly dishonors the law by refusing to let Anchorage elect a mayor

    On Oct. 27, Anchorage Assembly members Crystal Kennedy, Jamie Allard, and Kameron Perez-Verdia introduced a Resolution (AR 2020-386), which called for a special election...

    Wrangell residents subject to fines if they resist new mask mandate

    Wrangell Assembly members gathered on short notice Nov. 12 to pass a borough wide mask mandate with limited exceptions. Failure to comply can now...

    Kenai resolution on ‘voluntary’ COVID vaccine doesn’t address coercion tactics

    The Kenai Borough Assembly passed an amended resolution affirming that it supports residents receiving COVID-19 vaccinations on a “prioritized and optional basis,” while noting...

    Governor warns Alaska to voluntarily mask up before he is ‘forced to take further action’

    Emergency alarms suddenly blared from smart phones across Alaska just before 10 a.m. on Nov. 12 to announce an ominous video message from Gov....

    ‘This isn’t over’ – Trump rallies set for Anchorage, Kenai & Juneau this week

    Facebook has spent the last few days pulling down pages that suggest it is too soon to call the presidential election for Joe Biden,...

    Kenai mayor introduces resolution against mandatory COVID vaccinations

    As the possibility of a COVID-19 vaccination nears, there are concerns that the general public may be required to take the vaccination. To alleviate these...

    Unelected Anchorage mayor imposes mask mandate, restricts gatherings increases enforcement

    Anchorage’s unelected acting mayor, Austin Quinn-Davidson has decided to wield her newly inherited emergency powers to impose city-wide mask mandates and tighter restrictions on...

    Fairbanks continues unconstitutional persecution of Christian camp

    I was on the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly for six years and fielded many calls from constituents with some particular issues. I was...

    Honest conversations can’t happen while the media foments COVID fear

    As we head into winter, and the renewed media frenzy over Covid cases reaches a literal fever pitch, it's time there was some clarity...

    Judicial Imperialism: Justice Carney & Judge Henderson abuse their power over Alaskans

    Who decides? In an absolute monarchy, one person – the king – decides. In a pure democracy, the people decide, directly. In a constitutional republic, such as...

    Video shows conservative base energized across Alaska

    A number of conservative rallies, motorcades and political events have occurred across Alaska over the past few months (and many more are planned this...

    State poll workers will not enforce local mask mandates at Alaska voting sites

    Early in-person voting is underway in major cities across Alaska and while certain cities, such as Wasilla, have imposed mask mandates for voters, state...

    Wasilla mayor says voters can’t go to poll site unless they mask up

    Alaskans who show up to vote in the joint Mat-Su Borough and statewide election must wear a mask in order to cast a ballot...

    Oct. 28 event: Electoral College protects Alaska’s voice in national elections

    Over the past year leading Democrats have attacked America’s historic tradition of electing a president through the Electoral College system. Vice presidential candidate Sen....

    Marxism’s connection to ‘white privilege’ doctrine

    The privilege many hard-working people have enjoyed in our country is because they applied themselves diligently regardless of their color, gender, ethnicity or race....

    Alaska’s largest annual gun show set for Oct. 24 in Palmer

    Alaskans who support the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, shooting sports, hunting, gun collecting, and historical firearms are gathering in Palmer for...

    Yes, Alaska churches can speak out on politics – here’s how

    What can a pastor legally say from the pulpit regarding politics, candidates and ballot initiatives? Can clergy educate their congregation on key political and...

    Four reasons Alaskans should remove Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney

    Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney will appear on the Nov. 3 general election ballot for her first retention election. She was appointed by...

    Berkowitz wants Anchorage Assembly to extend his emergency powers to year’s end

    Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz wants a fifth extension of his broad emergency powers to impose COVID-19 mandates on Anchorage residents. The mayor sent a memo...

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