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    Governor picks key policy advisor to lead Alaska’s effort wrest back control of its lands and waters

    In an effort to push back on what he sees as President Joe Biden’s overly burdensome control and regulation of Alaska’s natural resources, Gov....

    Dunleavy’s communication director defends governor’s decision to allow public funding for cross-sex surgeries

    Dave Stieren, communications director for Gov. Mike Dunleavy, took to talk radio, July 8, to defend the governor’s decision to let state funds be...

    Anchorage event to explore how Christians can redeem divisive politics

    Leigh Sloan will lead a July 12 discussion in Anchorage on how Christians can engage hot-button social and political issues without unnecessarily sowing division....
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    7.8 > A Constitutional Convention

    We recently embarked on a deep dive into the possibilities, the opportunities and the dangers of what a successful vote to hold a constitutional...

    Kenai School Board to vote on plan to punish perceived discrimination, including non-verbal

    The Kenai School Board is set to vote on a set of new policies aimed at expanding the district’s power to clamp down on...

    Dunleavy picks liberal justice for AK Supreme Court after Judicial Council blocks conservatives

    On July 7, Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed a justice with close ties to abortion supporters to serve on the Alaska Supreme Court. Judge Henderson...

    The danger & opportunity of an Alaska Constitutional Convention (part 2)

    When the U.S. Constitution of 1787 was put together, many of its framers thought that it would be good for, at best, 40 years....

    Anchorage Assembly to vote on new mayor’s top picks for key leadership posts

    The Anchorage Assembly will hold public confirmation hearings, July 9, on some of the top administration officials whom Mayor Dave Bronson has chosen to...

    Teachers union, which includes 13,000 Alaskans, votes to push critical race theory in schools

    The battle over whether critical race theory, white privilege and transgender politics should be disseminated to school age children in Alaska and across the...

    In 2022 Alaska will vote on whether to hold a Constitutional Convention – here’s what’s involved (Part 1)

    Alaska’s Constitution has a built-in timetable that asks voters, every 10 years, whether there ought to be a constitutional convention, or “con-con,” to re-write...

    Alaska will use public funds to pay for transgender surgery following court settlement

    As a result of federal litigation, the Alaska Dept. of Health & Social Services has agreed to regulation changes, which now permit the state...

    Shelter sues Anchorage again to keep transgender males from sleeping with abused women

    The Anchorage Downtown Hope Center – a faith-based women’s shelter – has filed another lawsuit in federal district court to prevent the city from...

    Bronson issues directives on gun rights, COVID policy, government efficiencies & economic recovery

    In his first act as the new mayor of Anchorage, Dave Bronson called a press conference on July 1 to announce four directives that...

    Quinn-Davidson makes gushing tribute video about herself in final hours as acting mayor of Anchorage

    In her final hours as acting mayor of Anchorage, Austin Quinn-Davidson spent money, time and city resources to produce a gushing video that depicts...

    Bronson sworn in, says he’s ‘hard charged to revitalize Anchorage’ with an ‘open mind’

    Joined by his wife, children, parents, siblings, extended relatives and a packed crowd at the Marriott Anchorage, Dave Bronson was sworn in as the...

    The party before the storm

    On July 1, thousands of Anchorage residents are expected to celebrate the inauguration of Dave Bronson as the new mayor of Anchorage. It is...

    Ways to celebrate Bronson’s July 1 inauguration as Anchorage mayor

    Dave Bronson will officially be sworn in as mayor of Anchorage at 8 a.m. on July 1 as required by city code. The ceremony will...

    Alaska’s Bikers for Trump endorse Tshibaka for U.S. Senate

    The Alaska group – Bikers for Trump – issued its endorsement for Kelly Tshibaka in her effort to unseat U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski in...

    Bronson appoints strong conservative leaders to take Anchorage in a new direction

    On cusp of being sworn in as the next mayor of Anchorage on July 1, Dave Bronson released a list of key administrative appointments...

    Juneau pro-police group struggling to put together float for July 4th parade

    A group of Juneau residents who support law enforcement are having a difficult time organizing area residents to participate in the city’s July 4th...

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