For the second time in six months, St. Andrew Catholic Church in Eagle River has suffered a vandalism attack. The night before Thanksgiving, a vandal spray painted nine large phallic symbols on the outside of the church. The images are nearly identical to
In a 6-3 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed that high school football coach Joseph Kennedy has a constitutional right to privately pray on the football field without being fired by the school district. Kennedy’s employment at Bremerton School District
Even while courts rule against President Biden’s vax mandates, our freedoms are, like the Paul Simon song by the same name, “Slip-sliding away.” This is because corporate America is both intimidated and controlled by leftist cretins sitting at the top
Kelly Tshibaka, who is attempting to unseat 20-year U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 midterms, addressed a number of hot-button issues during a June 16 appearance on a faith-based Alaska radio show. Speaking to host Jim Minnery, Tshibaka reaffirmed her
The U.S. House passed the Equality on Feb. 25, a comprehensive bill that threatens pro-life laws and advances the radical LGBTQ agenda while undermining fundamental religious freedoms. After lengthy and impassioned debate, the measure passed 224 to 206,
A U.S. Supreme Court decision issued Nov. 25, heralds the dawn of a new era – the return of the rule of law. Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn vs. Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York is a case that involves what is often described as the first liberty
I was on the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly for six years and fielded many calls from constituents with some particular issues. I was happy to try and help them out and created many ordinances trying to fix the code that was hamstringing their life.
What can a pastor legally say from the pulpit regarding politics, candidates and ballot initiatives? Can clergy educate their congregation on key political and social issues? When do religious leaders cross the line and put their churches in jeopardy of
The Ketchikan Borough Assembly voted to override Mayor Rodney Dial’s veto of a resolution it passed on Aug. 17 which asks the Alaska Legislature to pass a law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity or expression throughout
Editor’s note: The following letter was submitted to the Anchorage Assembly for their Aug. 25 meeting in which they will consider an ordinance (AO 2020-65) to ban counseling for minors who are struggling to overcome same-sex attraction or who have
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