U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan joined 46 of his Senate colleagues last week in a signed letter to Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo raising questions over the decision announced last month by the Bureau of Industry and Security to pause for 90 days the issuance
Oppenheimer is a complex and interesting movie. Being a history teacher, the development of the atomic bomb is a difficult yet necessary topic to discuss, but only among older students. I enjoyed no such luxury in 1962. At age 11, I had the Cuban Missile
The next Anchorage Assembly meeting lands on June 6, the 79th anniversary of D-Day. But unlike many other cities around the country, there will be no special resolutions honoring the 4,414 Americans who died as they and fellow Allied soldiers stormed the
Four Alaska-based soldiers from the 11th Arctic Airborne Division, headquartered at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, will compete in the grueling “Best Ranger Competition” starting April 14. The 2023 showdown (April 14-16) is the 39th annual contest
The blatant lies of the mainstream media in setting the table for our cultural discourse is always in plain sight. Thus, we find snide references inserting a bias in all sorts of stories. It is so insidious and subtle that even if we notice it, we brush it
The World’s political leaders, including main actors such as Russia, Belorussia, Ukraine, European Union, United Kingdom, United States and Canada, failed a trust given to them by the World’s communities for allowing Russian/Ukrainian conflict to erupt
Today, millions of Americans pay tribute to the soldiers who died defending our nation. Given that so many forces now seek to undermine American patriotism and demonize our nation’s past, it is good to recall C.S. Lewis’ reflections on genuine love of
A large crowd is expected to once again gather at the Veterans Wall of Honor in Wasilla on Monday, May 30, to observe Memorial Day. The event, which begins at 1 p.m., typically includes, live music, prayers, addresses from political figures and veterans, and
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