Sen. Lisa Murkowski once again broke with her Republican colleagues, this time to help confirm a radical far-leftist activist to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals is second only to the U.S. Supreme Court with many Supreme Court
Thanks to a 2016 state law, Alaska school districts must get approval from local school boards before they can teach new sex education material to children. On Oct. 19, the Fairbanks School District asked school board members to green light curriculum
With school board elections now behind them, the left-leaning majority of the Fairbanks North Star School Board heard a request from the school district to approve highly explicit sex education videos and graphic materials for grades 6-12. The Oct. 19 school
A new video by Project Veritas features an interview with Pfizer employee Melissa Strickler. She leaked internal emails revealing corporate executives instructing staff to cover up the company’s use of human fetal tissue in laboratory testing of the COVID
I want to share with you today a subject I know very well – abortion. I’ll share what I’ve come to know after working in the abortion industry and how fear and exploitation are at the core of their narrative. FEAR What thoughts or experiences
Far left candidates have dominated Juneau’s Oct. 5 election. Early returns show them easily beating out pro-life challengers and most other candidates who did not explicitly state whole-hearted support for abortion. As of Friday, Oct. 11, 6,382 ballots have
Sen. Lisa Murkowski issued a glowing endorsement of the recent pro-abortion women’s marches that took place across the country last week. Organized by radical far-left abortion activists, the marches focused on defending the right to kill unborn babies in
Pro-abortion demonstrators in Alaska were met by peaceful pro-life advocates on Oct. 2, a day when abortion activists marched on cities around the nation demanding the right to continue killing unborn babies. In Fairbanks, a large group of pro-lifers met
Radical abortion activists have postponed their Oct. 2 march through the streets of Juneau to Monday, Oct. 4. A notice from the Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition states that “inclement weather” is the reason for moving the event to Monday. Pro-life groups,
Fairbanks pro-life advocates are organizing two separate events for Oct. 2 in an effort to counter a Planned Parenthood pro-abortion march through the city streets. First, up is a memorial for unborn babies lost through abortion. The pro-life event runs 11
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