Jim Minnery is president and founder of Alaska Family Action, statewide, pro-family public policy organization that exists to provide a voice on social and cultural issues impacting Alaskan families.
When you read the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision, you see the court understands the vast free speech and religious freedom issues on the line in these cases.
Gay couples have a right to the wedding cake of their choice, but no right to force someone to create it. Recognition of both rights is at the heart of the First Amendment.
Walker's nominee for human rights commission would have given short shrift to claims of religious liberty in LGBT matters.
When the Alaska Supreme Court recently overturned the law that returned to parents the right to be involved when their minor daughter was seeking an abortion, many people were deflated and irate, wondering what they could do to counter such an egregious act of judicial overreach. This blatantly partial ruling thwarted the will of more … Continue reading Voters should oust two Alaska Supreme Court justices
Alaska Family Action is not a Republican or Democrat organization. Our mission is to inspire biblical citizenship, equip statesmen and church leadership, promote sound, pro-family policy, and elevate community dialogue on life, marriage, religious liberty and parental rights. Our vision is to see an Alaska where families thrive, religious freedom flourishes, life is cherished, and God is honored. … Continue reading Why Trump’s selection of Pence is good news for evangelical Republicans
OPINION: Planned Parenthood isn't the only option for sex education in Alaska schools, and its abortion work should keep it out of the classroom.
OPINION: The Anchorage Assembly's proposal to extend rights protection to LGBT community is an unnecessary act of coercion and a threat to religious liberty.
OPINION: Rush to judgment on Indiana for religious freedom law shows an intolerance for diversity.
OPINION: The measure to change Judicial Council is about making judges more responsive and representative of the people they serve.
How many judges does it takes to change a light bulb? The answer - Just one. She holds it still and the whole world revolves around her.
"Honesty is such a lonely word. Everyone is so untrue." Billy Joel sure hit it on the head with that song back in the '80s. As he notes, it is "hardly ever heard" and that is about as accurate of a description as I can come up with for how our opponents in Ballot Measure 2, Planned Parenthood, are communicating.
Current Alaska law requires school districts to obtain active permission from parents before they administer student surveys asking about sex, alcohol and drug use and personal and private family issues. Senate Bill 101 changes that law by giving these surveys to students unless parents say otherwise.
If it wasn't so irrational and detrimental, it might just be comical. A quick nasal puff of the H1N1 flu vaccine cannot be administered to underage schoolchildren without parental consent. Common sense tells us that parents should be involved in even the least intrusive of medical treatments of their underage children right?
This is about a movement among activists promoting the homosexual legal agenda to persecute and prosecute anyone who won't be coerced into fully and openly endorsing their agenda.