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Democrats and their unscrupulous trial lawyer donors are going to have to find some other sick and injured Americans’ bones to pick clean, now that Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, made sure they can’t use veteran Marines from Camp LeJeune.
It’s all about parents’ rights when it comes to their children’s’ health and well-being. The turnout for common sense and decency was impressive as parents begin to wake up about the gender agenda.
You’ll be able to keep your hunting duck stamp on your phone, and can keep the actual stamp pristine for a decorative frame.
There’s one school in Anchorage that had been part of the Confucius Classroom program.
The Alaska victim was a member Students for Liberty, and his fellow members said he was the kindest, most good-hearted person they’d ever known. Rocero, on the other hand, is a cold-blooded killer, received a second-degree murder sentence in this Los Anchorage homicide, meaning it was malicious but not premeditated.
It was a Herculean lift in the harshest climate this side of the moon.
We have to hand it to Quintillion for being transparent throughout the entire ordeal.
Marc Dahl is accused of impropriety during the elections, but did he actually break the law? The jury is not even in on this one yet … much less out. It’s a partisan list of accusations.
An electrical heater was the source at the latest shelter location that has been the center of controversy since it was purchased for drug rehab by former Mayor Berkowitz.
What this really means is that all future names will be indigenous.
Brinton’s link to Anchorage is this: He founded the Trevor Project, which advised Anchorage Assembly on how to enact an unconstitutional ordinance that prevents therapists from dissuading children from things like gender surgery.
California judge: Schools must tell parents when their children are trying to change genders, names, pronouns
The rulings from other judges may vary, as the gender-bending fad continues to plague schools in California and the governor of the Golden State sues local districts that try to honor parents.
There’s really no such thing as free from the government skimming operation. How to get your “free” Covid tests that you paid for with your taxes.
One school in Anchorage was part of the Confucius Classroom program during the Obama era, but the grant ended under Trump. House Republicans want this whole program investigated.
Judge Gleason rules they are part of the public record, subject to open records laws.
Question of the week: Readers say Biden won’t make it
This day in history
Sept. 22, 1776, American patriot Nathan Hale was hanged for spying on British troops.
Between the misinformation and the obfuscation, Juneau residents are rightfully upset at the city and borough for being dishonest about costs.
Juneau has been here before, time and again, asked to build beyond its means.
These charities are purely partisan efforts to ensure that Democrats vote. But they get away with it and are tax exempt.
The president has already said the pandemic is over, but the government has authorized and is pushing a poorly tested shot without regard to consequences.
A look at the candidates for school board in Fairbanks. Three of them should give voters pause.
What is it about Alaska that has our political leaders and/or their spouses dying in plane crashes? Well, we fly a lot. The weather is crappy a lot. And moose meat might weigh your plane down. Some thoughts from a sourdough who has flown a lot of sketchy routes.
When Congress in 2017 approved exploration and development opportunities in Alaska’s Coastal Plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, it marked an end to a 37-year struggle to open the plain. Authorized by Congress in 1980, the plain holds a reserve that could secure U.S. energy for decades.
President Biden killed it all with a stroke of his pen.
Board members are sticking their noses into the MatSu’s business. Can’t they just focus on teaching the children of Anchorage their ABCs and 1-2-3s?
Alaska oil: $95.41
Henry Hub gas: $2.61
Alaska North Slope Production: 455,895
Permanent Fund (principal and earnings reserve): $77,406,500,000
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