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    Prayer demonstrations to occur outside Alaska abortion mills

    A group of Catholics will gather at the Soldotna Planned Parenthood abortion clinic later today to pray for righteous government, law and order and...

    Conservative alternative to AARP preps for kick-off event in Anchorage

    Older conservative-leaning Alaskans are invited to check out an alternative to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). On Aug. 11 the Anchorage chapter...

    Anchorage postpones debate on ban against helping minors with unwanted same-sex attraction

    In an effort to allow greater public input over another hot-button social item the Anchorage Assembly unanimously voted to postpone debate over a proposal...

    Legal fight possible if Anchorage bans counseling for unwanted same-sex attraction

    A leading national attorney warned of legal challenges if the Anchorage Assembly presses ahead with a proposed ban on counseling that aims to help...

    Workshop looks to help Anchorage defend parental rights in face of proposed LGBT ordinance

    The day before the Anchorage Assembly takes up debate over an ordinance to outlaw counseling for minors with unwanted same-sex attraction, a conference will...

    Alaska Pioneer Homes to allow limited family visits for struggling seniors

    Elderly Alaskans living in Alaska Pioneer Homes have been deprived of seeing family and friends since March due to COVID-19 concerns. This is changing...

    Alaska Planned Parenthood brags on gender hormone and abortion services in 2019

    The Planned Parenthood chapter that oversees four abortion clinics in Alaska is celebrating its perceived successes over the past year. This includes the death...

    Supreme Court rules states can’t discriminate against religious schools

    On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that states cannot prohibit tuition grants or scholarships to private religious schools if they award...

    Municipality exploits police dept. & others to push LGBTQ Pride in Anchorage

    Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s employees are using public resources to promote all things LGBTQ. The municipality’s departmental Facebook pages are now being politically mobilized to...

    Stand & fight: Anchorage Assembly attempting to negate parental rights

    What is about to unfold at the Anchorage Assembly is one of the most brazen assaults on parental rights in the history of Alaska. The...

    Juneau’s dog poop problem reflects cultural shift away from human babies

    It appears the growing number of “furry kids” is out of control when it comes to pooping in Juneau parks. A June 24 announcement from...

    Anchorage looks to ban help for minors with unwanted same-sex attraction

    Step aside parents. The three openly gay members of the Anchorage Assembly plan to use police powers to prohibit you from helping your child...

    Homeschool numbers in Mat-Su may double

    In the wake of COVID-19, it appears the number of homeschool students may double in the Mat-Su Borough, which is home to the state's...

    Alaska parents fear dangers of increased screen time amid COVID-19

    Despite many more hours of free time, warming spring temperatures and increased sunshine, Alaska kids are getting less physical activity and spending more time...

    25-year Alaska teacher raises key questions in dealing with controversial books

    Editor’s note: The following testimony was delivered on May 6 to the Mat-Su Borough School Board during its deliberation on whether to rescind its...

    25-year Alaska teacher raises key questions in dealing with controversial books

    Editor’s note: The following testimony was delivered on May 6 to the Mat-Su Borough School Board during its deliberation on whether to rescind its...

    Mat-Su book clash reveals flaw with how schools tackle divisive topics

    After three hours of call-in public testimony, including name-calling, half-truths and some thoughtful insights, the Mat-Su Borough School Board gaveled out of its May...

    Book controversy shows need to empower Mat-Su parents, school board president says

    There’s nothing like national media coverage over a local controversy to liven up a school board meeting in Alaska. In the wake of the Mat-Su...

    Harvard’s anti-homeschool summit cancelled

    An anti-homeschool summit that was scheduled for next month at Harvard Law School has reportedly been cancelled. According to one of the invited speakers, the...

    Schools took the role of parents because we let them

    Much has been said about Alaskan student test scores lately. We now hold the honor of being dead last in literacy rates. That's right,...

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