You hear it all the time. “It’ll all go away.” “It’s falling apart.” “I am just waiting for the court cases to make it all stop.” “They can’t keep it up forever.” There are too many variations on the theme to list them all. The general
For nearly five hours on Nov. 22, a continuous stream of Alaskans took three minutes apiece to share heartbreaking stories about loved ones dying in the hospital after being denied Covid treatments or losing long-time businesses and careers due to shot
Sen. Dan Sullivan, in an Oct. 29 interview on Fox Business Network, urged employers across the country not to fire workers who refuse to comply with President Joe Biden’s COVID shot mandates for federal employees and contractors. Sullivan applauded the
Ten members of the Alaska Legislature sent a letter to Gov. Mike Dunleavy, asking that he let lawmakers address the growing concern about Alaskans who are losing their jobs for refusing to get a COVID shot. “We are deeply concerned that Alaskans are now
Alaska State Representative David Eastman (R-Wasilla) published a new column explaining why he posted a comment on Sept. 16 comparing President Joe Biden to Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime. Eastman originally observed that Biden’s Sept. 9 speech to the nation,
Alaska’s state representatives show little interest in safeguarding personal liberties or health care freedom when it comes to mandated COVID shots. At the start of the Special Session on Oct. 4, Rep. David Eastman urged his colleagues to formally debate
Liberty Counsel, one of the largest Christian nonprofit legal agencies dedicated to defending the religious liberties of Americans, is holding additional Q&A conference calls this week to help citizens understand their rights when they are subject to
Rep. David Eastman (R-Wasilla) has called on Gov. Mike Dunleavy to use the full power of his office to defend Alaskans who are under assault for declining to take experimental COVID shots. In strongly worded Sept. 14 letter, Eastman said Alaskans are being
On Aug. 30, amid the lengthy debate over PFD payments, oil tax credits and various spending items, an attempt was made by some Alaska lawmakers to protect residents who decline to take the experimental COVID shots. Enough Republican members of the Alaska
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