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7.20 > Alaska Justice

Remember that scene in “As Good As It Gets,” when Jack Nicholson wants to pay Helen Hunt a compliment, and it takes an absurdly long time to do so? I’d like to pay the same sort of compliment to Democrats. Democrats used to be known as the party of

7.15 > Vaccinated or Protected?

Paid reasearch poll after paid research poll are asking Alaskans to (in this latest round from Ivan Moore) “Let us have it” tell us why you MatSu residents are not vaccinating. I don’t know the sum total of money spent bribing people ten

7.11 > Our Leftist Training Grounds

We cannot ignore the fact that Alaska’s government schools are overrun by entrenched bureaucrats bent on using their immense power to indoctrinate our kids with far-left political propaganda. Just recently we reported that 13 Alaska teachers signed an open

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 convention next year in 2022 could look like. For conservatives, like me, it seems an endlessly frustrating

7.1 > Tending to Family and Church

About 15 years ago, I had one of those life-altering conversations with my wife one evening after dinner. The kids were young, and few in number and I was worried about what I saw happening in the culture. Even here in Alaska unborn babies were under attack,
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6.17 > On Fatherhood

America is home to nearly 120 million adult men. They come from every conceivable background. In large part, they construct our roads, build our cities, fight fires and enforce the laws of the land. They work in business, law, education and the halls of
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6.10 > Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory is a repackaged Marxist ideology that has infiltrated public schools, libraries, businesses, governmental structures and cultural institutions all across the nation, including here in Alaska. We now see it in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau
Engaging our Seniors

5.22 > Engaging our Seniors

The number of Alaskan seniors has grown by more than 5% each year for the past decade. That’s faster than any other state in the union. Right now, we have about 100,000 Alaskans age 65 or older. By 2034 – just 14 years from now – the state estimates

5.21 > Digital Proof of Vaccination

Governor Dunleavy has said “The State of Alaska does not and will not require any person to produce their personal vaccine history, also known as a vaccination passport, in order to travel to, or around, Alaska.” “This must be called out for

5.17 > Shooting up our Kids

Alaska’s government vaccine enthusiasts are pulling out all stops to pressure parents into letting them jab children with the experimental Pfizer COVID shot. On May 10, the FDA expanded emergency use authorization of the Pfizer shot for children ages 12 and