As the mother of three young children, Maddy Veldstra is a regular patron of the Homer Public Library. Lately, however, she’s been concerned about controversial LGBTQ titles that library staff have deliberately planted in the traditional children’s
ConventionYes, the main political group supporting a statewide constitutional convention, has released a list of prominent and diverse Alaskans who all support calling the state’s first convention since statehood. Released on Nov. 6, the list of convention
Alaskans have been asking for justice from our judicial system for a long time. Too many Alaskans see the law applied to protect those with money and power but not those without. The simple truth is that Alaskans need a greater say in selecting judges to
In a recent debate featuring U.S. House candidates Sarah Palin, Nick Begich and Rep. Mary Peltola, the latter candidate suggested that certain media outlets should suffer consequences for printing or broadcasting information that she labels
A total of 37,000 ballots have been mailed out to every qualified registered voter in the new North Anchorage District 1 to elect a 12th member to the Anchorage Assembly. Click here to see the District 1 boundary lines. Ballots were sent out on May 31 and
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson has submitted an ordinance to the Anchorage Assembly that would amend the city’s charter to make the Municipal Clerk an elected position. Currently, the clerk is appointed by the Assembly and supervises all municipal elections.
Earlier today, news broke that State Representative Christopher Kurka was launching a campaign to challenge Gov. Mike Dunleavy in the 2022 governor’s race. The story broke when former Tea-Party sensation Joe Miller took to Facebook to announced
Any qualified voter who has lived within the Seward city limits for at least a year prior to Aug. 15, 2021 may file a declaration of candidacy for one of two available city council seats that will be filled at the next regular election, Oct. 5. Council seats
Good men and women are often stirred to action in the face of evil. This appears to be the case in the wake of the Alaska Native Heritage Center’s decision to host a sexualized drag queen show for young children last month. A group of Alaska Natives have
I enjoy reading conservative publications that present factual and objective viewpoints concerning the critical political issues of today. In a recent edition of Breitbart, John Nolte wrote a stunning piece about the tremendous gap between life in rural
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