Opinion

Opinion Pieces from the various perspectives of our contributors.

With rising Russia tensions, we must draw from the past

Who was responsible for post-war tensions between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.? Were they primarily a result of the Soviets’ mistrust of a perceived intent on the part of the Allies to establish a “New World Order” and act as policeman of the world? The
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Defend unborn Alaskans – they are our future

The safest place on earth should be the womb. The Lord designed it to provide warmth, nutrition, oxygen and protection for the growth of new life. Lately, however, I haven’t seen too many pregnant women in the stores, and very few newborns in little car

Do you trust Alaska politics anymore?

If there is no trust, we cannot function as a society. Do you trust your doctor’s mainstream medicine advice anymore? Do you trust the mainstream educational agenda? Do you trust the mainstream military leadership? Do you trust your mainstream religious

Your vaccination card is your ‘owners tag’

Editor’s note: The following is a transcript of Brett Wilcox’s Dec. 28, 2021, public comment to the Sitka Assembly. When you realize that lockdowns are an economic and mental health catastrophe, that masks only mitigate mental and physical health, that

Here’s to Alaska’s heroic lights of 2021

The past year has entailed profound challenges –  sickness, death, oppressive mandates, forced firings, destructive ideologies that undermine human sexuality and identity, fresh attacks on traditional American values and parental rights, old and emerging