HeartReach, an established and expanding pro-life pregnancy center in Wasilla, will hold its annual 5K for Life on June 18. While the family-friendly event is free, it is also one of three primary fundraisers conducted each year. Donations made during
The final budget approved by the Alaska Legislature on May 18 will allow Alaska to continue underwriting abortions through its state-funded Medicaid program. Last year, Alaska paid for 537 abortion with state funds. That represented about 44% of all abortions
Editor’s note: In 2021, Alaska used its Medicaid program to pay for 537 abortions. That represents about 44% of all state abortions. As the Senate and House wrestle back and forth in the Alaska Legislature about whether state funds should be allocated
Alaska Democrats held their statewide party convention earlier this month with a heavy emphasis on deriding pro-life advocates, defeating Sen. Lisa Murkowski, denouncing anti-maskers and opposing a constitutional convention. A recap of the May 6-8 convention
In all the efforts to demonize conservatives, be they congressmen, legislators, parents in front of school boards, columnists and commentators, the threats coming from the far left have either been ignored or approved by the leaders of the Democratic Party.
While most media outlets are fixated on the possibility that the Alaska Legislature might pass a budget that includes a $5,500 PFD payment for Alaskans, another controversy is brewing over abortion funding language. Last month, the House sent a bill to the
With the U.S. Supreme Court on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood abortion activists are attempting to mobilize Alaskans to “take action” and “fight” back as part of a national effort that has occasionally incited violence and
Mat-Su Democrat, Pat Chesbro, has thrown her hat in the ring to challenge Sen. Lisa Murkowski for the U.S. Senate. Chesbro is staunchly pro-abortion, and used her May 11 campaign announcement to specifically highlight the issue, saying she will fight for a
In a vote which may well alienate her pro-abortion supporters, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski joined all Senate Republicans, along with Democratic Sen. Joe Machin, of West Virginia, in voting against a radical abortion-expansion bill – the Women’s Health
Since taking office as a U.S. Senator from Alaska in 2002, Lisa Murkowski has attempted to walk a 20-year, precarious and ever-changing line regarding the killing of unborn babies through abortion. From the beginning, she has supported the practice, but with
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