Pro-life organizers are seeking to mobilize an army of advocates who will pledge to pray and provide a public witness for unborn Alaskans. The upcoming 40-Days for Life prayer vigil is set to run Sept. 28 to Nov. 6. It is part of a massive and growing
Due to the forthcoming retirement of Alaska Supreme Court Justice Daniel Winfree, a seat on the state’s high court is opening up later this year. There is, however, little chance the governor will be able to replace him with a conservative constitutionalist
The Alaska Judicial Council is now accepting applications for a position on the Alaska Supreme Court. The impending vacancy on the Alaska Supreme Court is due to the forthcoming retirement of Chief Justice Daniel E. Winfree. Those interested in applying may
The recent leak from the U.S. Supreme Court has left everyone in the type of confused limbo that creates a festering boil in our already cockamamie cultural morass. Let’s go into two directions, first with the leak that broke all protocols, decorum,
As expected, President Joe Biden has nominated a hard-leftist judge to replace outgoing U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who is widely considered one of the most liberal justices on the high court. How the Senate confirmation process unfolds is
A recent Alaska Supreme Court ruling upheld the right of the state to forcibly isolate and quarantine a Bethel man who tested positive for Covid in October of 2020. Chief Justice Daniel Winfree, Peter Maassen, Susan Carney and Dario Borghesan signed the Jan.
Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Daniel Winfree will address the full Alaska Legislature in Juneau on Feb. 9 when he delivers the annual “State of the Judiciary” at 11 a.m. in the Alaska House Chamber. This will be Winfree’s first address to
In a brief, two-page order, the Alaska Supreme Court on Jan. 19 rejected a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of ranked-choice voting. On Jan. 18, the court heard one hour of oral arguments on the merits of the new voting system. Plaintiffs Scott
Does ranked-choice voting prevent Alaskan political parties from exercising their freedom of association? Or is it merely a novel, if unwieldy, method of selecting candidates to political office? These were the arguments presented to the Alaska Supreme Court
Earlier this month, I was in Washington D.C. to pray for, rally and celebrate with thousands of other pro-lifers across America. We came because the U.S. Supreme Court took up a case from Mississippi (Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health) challenging the
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