Liberty Counsel, one of the largest Christian nonprofit legal agencies dedicated to defending the religious liberties of Americans, is holding additional Q&A conference calls this week to help citizens understand their rights when they are subject to
State Senator Lora Reinbold (R-Eagle River) is urging military leadership at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson to repeal its new COVID policy that forces all base personnel to avoid local activities, businesses and other establishments that do not require mask
Fairbanks conservatives surged to victory in 2020 with seven of eight races going their way. In an effort to build on this momentum and elect even more strong pro-life and pro-family candidates in Fairbanks, Alaska Family Action has released its latest Values
After six more hours of testimony, largely in opposition to a proposed mask mandate, the Anchorage Assembly will get another earful tonight, Sept. 30, at 6 p.m. Once again impassioned residents crowded into the Anchorage Assembly Chambers on Sept. 29 to
Anchorage residents packed the Anchorage Assembly Chambers on Sept. 28 with a large, enthusiastic crowd adamantly opposing a proposed citywide mask mandate pushed by the left-leaning majority of the Assembly. (Click here to read details of the mandate
A high-stakes battle over whether to re-impose a citywide mask mandate on Anchorage residents briefly included a scheme to pit neighbors against each other in an effort to enforce the controversial plan. Assembly members Pete Peterson and Meg Zaletel (who is
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson is not the type to go silently into the night. In the mayoral election, he was by far the most conservative candidate – so much so that even some fellow conservatives feared he may not be able to attract enough votes to win in
The Alaska Dept. of Health and Social Services (DHSS) is planning to launch what it calls a “Statewide Healthy and Equitable Communities plan.” The strategy entails an expansion of state oversight, contact tracing and public media campaigns. Underwritten
Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage is granting some religious exemptions to its COVID shot mandate, but not without serious caveats. Last month the Catholic hospital announced that its employees had until Sept. 30 to be fully vaxed. It has allowed
The Iditarod Board of Directors announced this week that it made a very “tough decision” to ban from the 2022 race all mushers and race workers who have declined to get a COVID shot. It’s unclear how the new mandate will impact overall race
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