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A culture is a way of life of a group of people–the behaviors, beliefs, values, and symbols that they accept, generally without thinking about them, and that are passed along by communication and imitation from one generation to the next.

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Bridging the Great American Divide: The Urgent Need for National Unity and Cooperation

The Great American Divide: A Call to Unity In today’s fast-paced, hyper-connected world, there’s a growing trend that’s been catching my eye – and it should catch yours too. It’s the relentless push to divide us as a nation. They want you DIVIDED. This isn’t just some fleeting concern; it’s a strategic move that’s being […]

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Navigating Beyond Racism: A Holistic Approach to Societal Resilience and Values

In today’s climate, the conversation around racism has reached fever pitch, often sidelining critical issues that equally deserve our attention. As we navigate this complex landscape, it’s essential to dissect the narrative that places anti-racism as the ultimate panacea for society’s ailments, at the expense of recognizing other significant factors such as cultural differences, family

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Alaska Airlines Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Religious Discrimination

In a case that highlights the ongoing clash between corporate advocacy and religious freedom, two flight attendants are seeking summary judgment in their favor after being fired by Alaska Airlines for questioning the company’s support of the controversial Equality Act. The lawsuit, filed in May 2022, accuses the airline of creating a hostile work environment

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The Death of Print News: A Reflection on the Changing Landscape of Journalism

In an era dominated by digital media and instant access to information, the decline of print news has become an unfortunate reality. The recent announcement by Black Press Media, the owner of several newspapers including the Juneau Empire, the Peninsula Clarion in Kenai, and Homer News, that it will be selling all of its properties

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January 18th: Mat-Su Borough Library Board Reevaluates Controversial Books for Youth Involving Incest and Masochistic Themes

In our increasingly progressive society, it seems that boundaries are being pushed more and more when it comes to what is deemed appropriate for young readers. The Mat-Su Borough Library Board is now faced with a challenging decision – whether to remove or restrict two highly explicit books that are targeted to minors and currently

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