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Bergdahl & Our Leaders’ Lost Honor

By David French1427467158649

Desertion is a very old story in the history of armies and armed conflict. Soldiers deserted from the Continental Army, from the Union Army, from the American armies in World War I and World War II — yet those armies fought on, fought well, and prevailed. An army can survive desertion, so to hear...

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You Are Not Powerless

By Nicole Smith1427466455802

As Americans, it’s easy to feel powerless in a world where no crime against humanity can remain hidden for long. Each day, we’re inundated with articles, images, videos highlighting the full range of man’s ability to inflict devastation on others. So we ask ourselves: How could I possibly impact...

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Your Voice Will Be Heard

By ACLJ.org1427295617000

In an important development in our fight against President Obama’s lawless immigration actions, the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit granted our motion to file an amicus brief on behalf of Texas Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz and on behalf of Representatives Bob Goodlatte, Chairman of the...

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The P.C. Police Aren’t Fragile

By David French1427222492000

We are at the cusp of a rare moment in modern American cultural debate — a moment when reasonable, thoughtful members of the Left and Right agree. Political correctness is spiraling out of control. Last week I shared an essay by a former radical describing her own migration out of the movement, but...

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Report from the Supreme Court

By Walter M. Weber1427145336000

A Supreme Court session, or “term,” opens each year around the first of July and closes around the end of the following June. That is why many major Supreme Court opinions are issued near the end of June. Expect fireworks in late June. The current Supreme Court term involves many important cases.

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Obama’s Revenge Against Israel

By Jay Sekulow1426799538037

President Obama is angry with Israeli voters for re-electing Benjamin Netanyahu, and he’s willing to risk the lives and security of Israeli citizens to show it. The State Department is reportedly considering reversing the decades-long policy of protecting Israel’s security at the United Nations and...

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Israel's Powerful Message to Congress

By Jay Sekulow1425420449135

Today Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a powerful message to Congress. It was a much needed warning about the dangers of a nuclear Iran. Prime Minister Netanyahu understands first-hand the dangers posed by a nuclear Iran – the very lives of the Jewish people and the future of the...

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PA Responsible for Terrorist Attacks

By Matthew Clark1424808099277

We’ve long warned about the dangers of embracing the Palestinian “unity government” formed by the Palestine Authority and the terrorist group Hamas. Now a federal court has held that the Palestinian Authority itself is directly responsible for terrorist attacks carried out on Israeli civilians. The...

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Major 11th Hour Victory for Israel

By Jay Sekulow1420046093862

The United Nations has rejected a resolution that could have crippled Israel, imposing on it indefensible borders and forcing hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens from their homes. The resolution was yet another attempt by the terrorist-led Palestinian Authority to circumvent U.N. resolutions...

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67 Borders Won't Be Enough

By David French1418940726059

One of the more ridiculous aspects of the decades-long Middle East “peace process” is the belief that the so-called 1967 borders between Israel and Arab-held territory represent the foundation for a lasting piece. It’s never been true, it’s not true now, and there’s no realistic indication it will...

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Iran’s Human Rights Record Declines

By Tiffany Barrans1426870467635

“All Iranian people should feel there is justice. Justice means equal opportunity. All ethnicities, all religions, even religious minorities, must feel justice.” In reading this quote, many would guess it might have come from a great stalwart defender for religious freedom. But in actuality, these...

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Obama Demands Iran Release Saeed

By Jordan Sekulow1426869223000

President Obama has once again directly and publicly called for American Pastor Saeed Abedini’s release who has been imprisoned in Iran for nearly two-and-a-half years because of his Christian faith. President Obama’s statement today comes during the Iranian holiday of Nowruz. Iran often, as part...

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Pakistani Church Bombed Killing 17

By Shaheryar Gill1426689318000

Seventeen Christians were just slaughtered and at least eighty others were injured in a jihadist suicide bombing of a church in Pakistan. On March 15, 2015, two Christian churches in Youhanabad, Lahore in Pakistan were targeted. Suicide bombers brutally interrupted peaceful Sunday worship services...

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Imprisoned pastor's son has one wish

By Jay Sekulow1426606694257

All Jacob Abedini wants for his birthday (Tuesday, March 17) is to have his dad home. He even invited his dad to his birthday party (see invitation) – a party that sadly won’t be complete because Jacob’s dad won’t be there. It’s been nearly two and a half years now since Jacob’s dad, Pastor Saeed...

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