Rep. Christopher Kurka, who is challenging Gov. Mike Dunleavy in the 2022 governor’s race, has launched a petition urging the governor to fire his Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink. The petition lists grievances many Alaskans have raised about Zink and
Gov. Mike Dunleavy met with more than 100 energized Mat-Su residents who came to Real Life Church outside of Palmer for a rousing Q&A townhall-style meeting on Jan. 15. Attendees did not hold back in airing a litany of concerns with their governor. After
In a major blow to President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate scheme, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 against his business mandate, which was issued in November by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). All three of the Democrat-appointed
Do you have a question you’d like to personally ask Gov. Mike Dunleavy about his policies or political decisions? He will be headed to Palmer as the featured speaker for the Jan. 15 town-hall-styled meeting of the Mat-Su Chapter of the Association of
Gov. Mike Dunleavy joined Alaska Native groups in condemning the Biden administration after the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) signaled that it plans to close millions of acres in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A) that has been made available for
If there is no trust, we cannot function as a society. Do you trust your doctor’s mainstream medicine advice anymore? Do you trust the mainstream educational agenda? Do you trust the mainstream military leadership? Do you trust your mainstream religious
Former President Donald Trump gave a conditional endorsement of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s reelection bid. On Dec. 28, Trump said his support of Dunleavy would be “null and void” if the governor were to endorse Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s reelection bid. “Mike
The Alaska Division of Public Health is helping organize a health conference in February that includes Planned Parenthood abortion activists and at least one radical youth educator who pushes drag-queen themes, gender confusion and explicit sexual instruction
On Dec. 21, Alaska joined a 23-state lawsuit asking a U.S. District Court in Louisiana to block yet another federal COVID shot mandate that aims to require Head Start workers and volunteers across the country to get the experimental jab or face termination.
A year ago, yesterday, the first shipment of experimental COVID injections landed in Anchorage on Dec. 14, 2020. To mark the occasion, Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services created what was intended to be an inspiring slideshow
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