ANALYSIS: Claiming a ‘right’ to education was disastrous for Alaska and the nation
Alaska Watchman
by Lucas Smith
3d ago
The public education system in Alaska and across the nation is nakedly exposed to influences that conflict with our Republic’s most undamental values and traditions. Allowing it to remain unaddressed threatens permanent damage to families, the future of our republic, and without them, the freedoms we have traditionally enjoyed. State constitutional education clauses, which Alaska and every… Source ..read more
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OPINION: A lesson on plagiarism vs. fabrication
Alaska Watchman
by Alexander Dolitsky
4d ago
Plagiarism is the representation of another person’s language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions as one’s own original work. Indeed, it is a shameful and unprofessional intellectual practice; just like stealing someone else’s property. In my opinion, however, fabrication — inventing false information in order to deceive – is even worse. I have no tolerance for either. In my upbringing I… Source ..read more
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AUTHENTIC ALASKAN WOMEN (Part 4): Sherrie Laurie brings Christ’s love to Alaska’s most vulnerable, abused women
Alaska Watchman
by Theresa Bird
5d ago
Editor’s note: As modern global elites champion powerful and defiant women, this series features Alaskan women who leavening the world with that particular love unique to the “genius of women.” Click the following links to read parts one and two and three. Sherrie Laurie was a FedEx pilot for 20 years before she felt called by God to face her fears and embark on a journey that would… Source ..read more
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Alaska’s ‘Brave Conversations’ reignites with school choice discussion between conservative leader and BIPOC activist
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
6d ago
“Brave Conversations,” an energetic gathering where Alaskans sharpen their thinking through sincere conversations, is set to resume on April 9 with a robust discussion on whether Alaska should increase school choice options across the state. The upcoming event is intended to bring opposing views into sharper focus as two main interlocutors forsake “safe spaces” and embark on a “brave… Source ..read more
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New poll shows weakening demand for expensive, slow charging electric cars
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
6d ago
While 7% of Americans now say they own an electric vehicle (EV), fewer and fewer are seriously considering buying one, and less than 1% of Alaskan have an EV. According to a new report from Gallup, the number of Americans who are “seriously thinking” about getting an EV is trending down from 12% in 2023 to 9% last month. Likewise, the number of Americans who say they “might consider”… Source ..read more
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Anchorage election official says nearly 20,000 undeliverable ballots have returned, so far
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
1w ago
As of April 3, it appears that nearly 10% of all ballots that were sent out to Anchorage voters for the April 2 citywide election have been returned to election headquarters as “undeliverable ballots.” This number will likely increase over the next few days. In 2018, Anchorage switched to mail-in elections, shutting down most in-person options and forcing most residents to rely on the mail… Source ..read more
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OPINION: Truth and accuracy must be journalistic cornerstones in debating Israel-Gaza war
Alaska Watchman
by Alexander Dolitsky
1w ago
This column is a response to Kirsa Hughes-Skandijs’ letter, “Black-and-white view of Gaza goes too far,” published in the Juneau Empire on March 19. In her letter, Hughes-Skandijs has questioned why “…groundless accusations that perpetuate his [Dolitsky] black-and-white view should have made it to print,” referring to my column, “Israel-Gaza and historic, religious and ethnic challenges of… Source ..read more
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Election night returns suggest hard leftists are set to turn Anchorage a deep, dark blue
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
1w ago
Based off initial returns from the April 2 Anchorage election, Alaska’s largest city is on the cusp of being controlled almost exclusively by the ideological hard left. For the last three years, conservative Mayor Dave Bronson has served as a check to radical leftists who enjoy a supermajority on the Anchorage Assembly. That counterbalance may soon be gone. According to the city’s… Source ..read more
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Judge backs Alaska, 20 other states, in blocking Biden admin’s highway rule on greenhouse gases
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
1w ago
A federal judge has blocked a Biden administration rule that sought to coerce state highway departments into measuring and reducing CO2 emissions on roadways. The lawsuit, which included 20 other states, was led by Kentucky against the Federal Highway Administration. “This rule is more about posturing and climate change politics than it is a genuine desire to improve the national highway… Source ..read more
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Election fraud investigator’s 2nd trip to Alaska aims to equip voters to ‘take back’ elections
Alaska Watchman
by Joel Davidson
1w ago
Following a multi-city swing through Alaska this past December, Dr. Douglas Frank has returned to the 49th state with the goal of equipping Alaskans with the tools needed to restore faith and security in local and statewide elections. Frank’s been on the national stage since 2020, crisscrossing the country to raise awareness about various forms of election fraud and how to address it at the… Source ..read more
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