At Alaska Family Council, we know firsthand what it’s like to have supporters harassed for simply associating themselves with our ministry. On numerous occasions, individuals have made it very clear that if their donations were to become public, there
Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that every child in need of a forever home deserves the chance to be adopted or cared for by a foster family. That’s what it means to keep kids first. The decision in Fulton v. City of
The U.S. Supreme Court has officially denied a Texas lawsuit challenging the election results in four swing states. In a short notice issued on Dec. 11 the high court said Texas had a lack of standing to bring the case. “Texas has not demonstrated a
A U.S. Supreme Court decision issued Nov. 25, heralds the dawn of a new era – the return of the rule of law. Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn vs. Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York is a case that involves what is often described as the first liberty
After echoing a litany of liberal partisan objections for why she opposed seating a new U.S. Supreme Court justice weeks before a presidential election, Sen. Lisa Murkowski begrudgingly voted to confirm Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the nation’s highest
Sen. Lisa Murkowski issued high praise for Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Oct. 24, calling her “qualified by any objective standard” and saying she will vote to confirm her to the U.S. Supreme Court. Murkowski’s vote has been the subject of national
With the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee voting Oct. 22 to advance Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s U.S. Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate, Sen. Lisa Murkowski will be faced with a final decision on whether to support President Trump’s pick. The full
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is set to get an earful from pro-abortion activists in the coming weeks as Planned Parenthood attempts to persuade her to not vote for a Trump nominated Supreme Court justice in the final weeks before the November election. A Sept. 22
Sen. Lisa Murkowski said she would not vote to confirm a Supreme Court nominee by President Trump in the final months before the national election. Murkowski told The Hill that voting for a Trump nominee would create a “double standard” given that
The 5-4 Supreme Court June v. Russo decision to strike down a Louisiana law mandating basic medical safeguards in the event of abortion complications was utterly predictable. This column could have been written months ago when Alabama, Louisiana, Ohio and a
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