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By Jordan Sekulow1313170620000

David Silverman, President of the American Atheists – the group suing to have the Ground Zero Cross removed from a 9/11 memorial and museum – has said some of the most hateful things about Jews and Christians in his attacks on the Ground Zero Cross. In the clip above, he calls Jews “tokens” for there support for the inclusion of the Cross and other religious items in the 9/11 museum.

In the video below, Silverman – joined by Ron Barrier, National Spokesperson and Media Coordinator for www.atheists.org, and Dennis Horvitz, Plaintiff in the Ground Zero Cross lawsuit – continue their angry diatribe, actually accusing Christians of seeking to “exploit” 9/11 “for their own selfish gain.”

This is the kind of hate speech we can continue to expect from the American Atheists. We must defeat them in court, and you can help by joining our Committee to Protect the Ground Zero Cross.

Purple Hearts for Fort Hood Victims

By Jay Sekulow1423243672347

At last, a victory for common sense and fairness. According to Fox News , next week the Army will announce that the victims of Nidal Hasan’s Fort Hood terrorist attack will receive purple hearts. Previously, the Obama Administration had labeled Hasan’s attack an act of “workplace violence,” despite...

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American Sniper Has Created a Cultural Moment: Here’s Why

By David French1421694905032

At 9:30 p.m. on Saturday night, a packed theater in Franklin, Tenn., was completely quiet. As the credits rolled, some folks were filing out, but many more were standing, still looking at the screen, honoring the man whose life they’d just seen portrayed on the silver screen. Before the movie, I’d...

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A Time for Thanks; A Time for Resolve

By Jay Sekulow1417019056106

In many ways this has been a good year at the ACLJ. There is much to be thankful for—we’ve won key, precedent setting victories in court here at home, and we’ve even made progress fighting Christian persecution abroad. At home, we’ve defended the rights of Christian students and professors, won a...

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A Brief Veteran’s Day Reflection

By David French1415735598773

Though my own military service is winding down, for now (I transferred to the Individual Ready Reserve earlier this year), I’m still a veteran. That’s a part of my identity now, and it will be for the rest of my life. Military service is becoming less common with each American generation .

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