Recent passage of the Democrat-endorsed $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Bill appears to be viewed by Alaska’s congressional delegation as something beneficial to America. All six of the hard-left Communist “squad,” AOC, Omar, Talib and the others, voted
Some of Alaska’s leading political figures praised a Nov. 6 federal appeals court ruling that blocked President Biden’s vaccine mandate on private employers that would have affected more than 84 million Americans. The court issued a stay on Biden’s plan
Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued an administrative order, Nov. 2, to combat efforts by President Joe Biden to undermine Alaska’s states’ rights. The order lays out steps Alaska will take to protect its State Constitution and the rights of Alaskans from federal
Alaska has joined nine other states in a lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s mandate requiring all federal contractors to submit to COVID shots. Under Biden’s plan, a private business would be required to force employees to get the jab before
Gov. Mike Dunleavy joined the growing chorus, both in Alaska and across the nation, of political leaders who oppose President Joe Biden’s recently revealed plan to mandate COVID shots for tens of millions of Americans – both in the public and private
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan issued a blistering attack on President Joe Biden’s plan to mandate COVID shots for 80 million Americans who have so-far declined the experimental jabs. Biden’s plan, revealed Sept. 9, is to impose vaccine mandates on every business
Gov. Mike Dunleavy pledged to fight the Biden administration’s ongoing and multi-faceted attempt to cut off avenues of developing Alaska’s natural resources. In a Sept. 9 press conference, Dunleavy blasted the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s plan to
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson issued a strong statement in response to President Biden’s Sept. 9 announcement that he was directing the U.S. Labor Department to require all businesses with more than 100 employees to mandate vaccines or conduct weekly testing
Alaska is part of a 20-state federal lawsuit to stop the Biden administration from imposing transgender mandates on public schools. Alaska Attorney General Treg Taylor signed onto the Tennessee-led suit that was filed on Monday in U.S. District Court. It
Archbishop Andrew Bellisario, who oversees some 32,000 Alaska Catholics in the Archdiocese of Anchorage-Juneau, is among a minority block of U.S. bishops who wish to delay a conversation on whether pro-abortion politicians such as President Joe Biden and U.S.
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