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Matthew Clark

Matthew Clark is Associate Counsel for Government Affairs and Media Advocacy with the ACLJ in the Washington, D.C. headquarters. Matthew Clark has authored numerous articles for such publications as the Washington Post and the ACLJ’s Docket Blog on critical constitutional and policy matters facing our nation and the fight for human rights worldwide. Prior to rejoining the ACLJ, where he clerked while in law school, Matthew Clark served as Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Walter S. Felton, Jr., Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals of Virginia. Matthew Clark earned a Juris Doctor and Master's Degree in Public Policy from Regent University where he served as the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy.

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Matthew Clark

The Deception Over Abortion

By Matthew Clark1413308134781

It’s one of the most heartbreaking things I’ve ever read. A woman about to abort her unborn child wrote a sadly naive letter to her child, which she refers to as her “Little Thing”. She is clearly deceived, fallen victim to the abortion distortion pushed by the radical left in the media and our...

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ISIS in Our Midst?

By Matthew Clark1413300781746

For years we’ve heard the threat that our porous border with Mexico could become a free pass for terrorists to enter America. Now that threat appears to be a reality. There are numerous reports that ISIS terrorists have crossed our southern border and are now in America. Representative Duncan...

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Releasing GITMO Detainees Helps ISIS

By Matthew Clark1412966115272

Even in the midst of an all out war with ISIS’s jihadist army in Iraq and Syria, President Obama is still insistent on closing GITMO, even if it means releasing more detainees. There is no way around it; this is a fundamentally flawed and devastatingly dangerous strategy. GITMO detainees would be...

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Culture of Death Suffers Major Defeat

By Matthew Clark1412715549591

Last week the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling allowing provisions of a pro-life Texas law, vehemently apposed by radical abortion supporters, to go into effect. Earlier a federal district court in Texas issued an injunction blocking aspects of this pro-life law that among other things...

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U.S. Soldiers in “War” with ISIS Not Eligible for Medals?

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IRS Lying to American Public

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An Everyday Celebration of Liberty

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Obama’s 9/10 Strategy in a 9/11 World

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