Tonight, is a big moment for Alaska State Sen. David Wilson (R-Wasilla). He’s been invited to a 7 p.m. townhall meeting with his fellow Mat-Su legislators to address the voters he claims to represent. Wilson, as was reported by the Alaska Watchman, was
The plainly worded and unvarnished rebuke that Mat-Su Republicans in District 27 leveled against State Sen. David Wilson for abandoning a GOP caucus should serve as an example to Republican Districts across Alaska. Wilson is but one of eight Senate
Seven accomplished attorneys and judges have applied to fill the pending vacancy on Alaska’s Supreme Court, which will occur this coming February when Chief Justice Daniel Winfree retires. On Monday, Dec. 5, the seven members of the Alaska Judicial Council
It is the height of hypocrisy to believe that Alaska’s judiciary is “above the fray” of politics as a sort of wise and unbiased referee – a protector of the rule of law – to assist us citizen-peons in understanding the state and federal
Senator Lisa Murkowski has been a reliably liberal vote on abortion, marriage and religious liberty for as long as Alaska Family Council has existed. She was appointed by her father, Frank Murkowski, in 2002. Representative Mary Peltola just recently became
The eight Alaska Republicans who joined nine Democrats in the Alaska Senate to form a left-of-center ruling coalition have all but ensured that any meaningful conservative ideas will be swiftly sidelined in the upcoming legislative session. The presumptive
I attended a conservative meeting years ago in Fairbanks that focused on politics and why Alaska conservatives tend to struggle getting their values protected and their laws passed. One portion of the meeting that stood out for me was when the speaker
With the turkeys all carved and eaten, and most of the dishes cleaned, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude to fellow Alaskans who have exhibited courage, fortitude and incredible compassion over the last few years. We are grateful to the
We live in a world wounded by profound and ever-growing confusion and injustice. Often, it seems conservative, God-fearing Americans are waging a cultural and spiritual battle defined by occasional victories which are quickly overshadowed by
By Sarah Montalbano – Alaska Policy Forum The National Education Association-Alaska (NEA-Alaska) claims that it “advocates for an excellent public education” and “advances the interests of public-school employees.” Yet, its tax records
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