Alaska Deputy Attorney General Cori Mills released the Department of Law’s opinion affirming that parents can use funds from public homeschool programs to pay for services provided by private or religious schools when doing so supports their public
In 2011, the Alaska legislature designated the 4th Saturday in July as “Ted Stevens Day” as a “tribute to his many contributions to our state.” Gov. Dunleavy just recently encouraged us to observe this day on Uncle Ted’s behalf. Pardon me, but
During the Pacific battles of World War II, many island nations, including Fiji, the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea experienced radical, life altering changes as the largest war ever fought by technologically advanced superpowers took place literally in
I know many people who desperately want to support Lisa Murkowski. Over 20 years, Lisa she has made personal connections to many people I know. They have worked with her, fought beside her, and many have spoken to her or know her personally. The folks
It’s time to set the record straight on the misrepresentation of a constitutional convention. The Vote NO Coalition would have you believe that if the people of Alaska vote YES to hold a constitutional convention, that a bunch of radicals are going to
The news that Merriman-Webster changed its definition of “female” highlights the fact that it’s pass time for women to stand up and rebuff the relentless attacks upon our sex. The real question is, are we willing to reject the false premises and
On Aug. 4, Americans for Prosperity Foundation is hosting a free Ranked Choice Voting educational presentation and Q&A event at the Wilda Marson Theater in Anchorage’s Loussac Library. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with refreshments provided. Presenter,
A total of 47 U.S. House Republicans joined all Democrats on July 19 in voting to redefine the federal definition of marriage so that it will include any “two individuals,” rather than the union of a man and a woman. The legislation now heads to the U.S.
When asked, “Where in the constitution is there authorization for Obama Care?” Nancy Pelosi’s infamous reply was “Are you serious? Are you serious?” As if, “No reasonable person asks questions like that anymore.” The same can be asked of:
An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled on July 20 that an ordinance passed by the Anchorage Assembly restricting the mayor’s ability to remove department heads is invalid because it violates the city charter and the separation of powers between the
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