For months leading up to the Nov. 8 election, the Democratic party, Planned Parenthood and the ACLU of Alaska marshaled their collective resources to fight the statewide constitutional convention ballot measure. The one unifying factor among these groups was
Alaskans, I respectfully implore you to recognize that the flood of paid advertisements you’ve been hearing about a state constitutional convention may not be the whole story – and dare I say it is “spinning” the story to protect the power and wealth
Every 10 years the voters of Alaska have the chance to determine whether to open our state constitution up for changes. Our founders had the foresight to give us this option. “Defend Our Constitution,” the group using substantial amounts of dark
Leigh Slone, the founder of Brave Nation and a leading voice for parental rights and school choice in Alaska, is urging her followers to vote for a constitutional convention in order to change the way Alaska chooses judges while opening the door for greater
Alaska’s government funded education has enjoyed a long ride with very little competition from private schools. The results have proven disastrous with most Alaska children now considered below proficient in basic reading and math. Despite pumping
For those who missed the first Alaska Constitutional Convention debate between Bob Bird and John Coghill, the two longtime political movers will lock rhetorical horns again on Oct. 27 for a live, on-air debate on The Talk of the Kenai radio show, which can be
Legislative gridlock and the unwillingness of lawmakers to follow statutory law with regard to paying out the annual Permanent Fund Dividend are two of the main reasons that State Senators Shelley Hughes and Mike Shower are now urging Alaskans to vote
Alaska Family Council, one of the leading pro-life and pro-family organizations in Alaska, is holding a forum to unpack why Christians should vote “yes” to call a statewide constitutional convention. The event, which features Alaska Family Council
Alaska State Senators Shelley Hughes and Mike Shower will lay out the case for why Alaskans should vote in favor of a statewide constitutional convention. The lawmakers will present their case on Oct. 18, 7 p.m., at the Wilda Marston Theater at Anchorage’s
Have you noticed the avalanche of “Vote No/Defend Our Constitution” commercials? Who’s paying for them? Who’s promoting them? In watching these ads, you see scripted “typical citizens” wearing hard hats. This is a classic visual ploy to reach the
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