Many conservatives were skeptical when State Senator Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak) claimed that the Democratic-controlled bipartisan coalition in the Alaska Senate would avoid divisive issues and stick to things like passing a budget and funding essential services.
Jesse Sumner, who recently won election as a Republican state representative for the Mat-Su, claims that he and the majority of Alaska Republicans are no longer interested in defending the state’s constitutional definition of marriage as “the union of one
In a day when professional athletes are encouraged not to stand for the national anthem, and pundits declare that Americans everywhere should feel ashamed of America and her founding, I suppose it is but a small step to next attack the Constitution
The recent leak from the U.S. Supreme Court has left everyone in the type of confused limbo that creates a festering boil in our already cockamamie cultural morass. Let’s go into two directions, first with the leak that broke all protocols, decorum,
With little fanfare, the Alaska State House recently provided an interesting glimpse into where the prolife movement stands in the Great Land and beyond. During a discussion on how to allot some $2 trillion in federal funding to Alaska from the CARES Act and
The Alaska Legislature is awash in controversial debates about changing how judges are selected, ensuring election integrity and solving the state’s mounting fiscal crisis, to name a few. One topic that hasn’t gained much attention is abortion. That will
I grow weary of “The Court Historian of the Anchorage Daily News,” Prof. Stephen Haycox. Alaskans have observed his Leftism spewing forth with unlimited and unchallenged regularity. The damage done through his columns and books is incalculable, serving
Alaska’s Constitution needs some major overhaul, and the citizens will have the opportunity in 2022 when they are asked: “Shall there be a constitutional convention?” The Alaskan Independence Party’s website has an embryonic and incomplete
Alaskans will be given yet another chance to weigh in on the merits of a proposed constitutional amendment stating that nothing in Alaska’s Constitution grants a right to abortion or state-funded abortions. The hearing for SJR 13 is set for 1:30 p.m. on
If the first round of testimony is any indication, Friday’s hearing on a bill clarifying that nothing in Alaska’s Constitution can be interpreted as granting a right to abortion should be eventful. More than 100 people were left waiting to testify on
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