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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

Biden to ban travel from South Africa, other African nations

Due to a new variant of the Covid-19 virus, the Biden Administration on Monday will ban travel to the United States from South Africa...

Alexander Dolitsky: History does not repeat, but there are lessons to be learned from Old Believers and the Great Schism in Russia

By ALEXANDER DOLITSKY History does not repeat. Yesterday will never be today or tomorrow, but historic patterns do repeat. History shows a pattern of the...

Kenai Council to consider resolution opposing vaccine orders, mask mandates

Members of the Kenai City Council will consider a resolution next week to oppose government mandates requiring people to become vaccinated against Covid-19 or...

Thanks to you, Thanksgiving lives on

Must Read Alaska is taking a break today to spend precious time with loved ones. You'll find us with family, and not writing many...

Some Alaska hospitals allowing visitors

Providence Alaska Medical Center moved from "red" to "orange" level on Wednesday, which means limited visitors will be allowed after the no-visitor policy that...

Win Gruening: Peeling the onion on Thanksgiving

By WIN GRUENING “Peeling the onion” is an expression often used as a metaphor for digging deeper into an issue or not accepting something at...

Alex Gimarc: Anchorage schools’ experiment with gay porn

By ALEX GIMARC Must Read Alaska ran a couple stories about investigation and removal of a book from one public school library.  The book, "Gender Queer," is...

Governor recovering from shoulder surgery

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy is recovering from shoulder surgery Wednesday morning.    His office said the repair was needed due to wear and tear on...

Biden’s war on Alaska will benefit Russia

AFTER CEDING AFGHANISTAN TO CHINA, WILL JOE CEDE ALASKA'S ENERGY RICHES TO RUSSIA? By DUGGAN FLANAKIN Joe Biden’s war on fossil fuels has taken perhaps...

Art Chance: A Civil War Thanksgiving and the faint glimmer of better days

By ART CHANCE Perhaps the darkest days the United States have ever seen were the fall of 1863. The war between the United States and the...

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