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A worker looks up as a seven story flag is hung on the World Financial Center that overlooks ground zero
Filed in: Middle East Turmoil | 10:03 AM Sep. 13, 2013

Key Victories & More Challenges

It has been a busy week at the ACLJ. We have had several victories for liberty, testified against an Obama Administration plan that would remake the f

Radical Islamists in Lebanon
Filed in: Middle East Turmoil | 9:45 AM Sep. 12, 2013

Assad Loses al Qaeda Wins

In his speech this week, President Obama barely mentioned al Qaeda, except to wrongly minimize its role as the dominant fighting force for the Syrian

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U.S. Consulate Benghazi

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:48 PM Dec. 30, 2013
The Good, the Bad, and the Pathetic of the New York Times’ Benghazi Report

The New York Times’ much-vaunted weekend report on Benghazi is tough reading — and not just because it purports to tell the story of one of America’s darker days since September 11, 2001. It’s tough to read for anyone who&rsqu

A worker looks up as a seven story flag is hung on the World Financial Center that overlooks ground zero

Content type: RadioShow | 10:03 AM Sep. 13, 2013
Key Victories & More Challenges

It has been a busy week at the ACLJ. We have had several victories for liberty, testified against an Obama Administration plan that would remake the federal judiciary, had startling news come out about the IRS scandal, and much more. Today, we are jo

Radical Islamists in Lebanon

Content type: RadioShow | 9:45 AM Sep. 12, 2013
Assad Loses al Qaeda Wins

In his speech this week, President Obama barely mentioned al Qaeda, except to wrongly minimize its role as the dominant fighting force for the Syrian rebels. Today, we'll discuss the potential ramifications of American aid to Syrian rebels: Assad los

aclj

Content type: RadioShow | 9:30 AM Sep. 11, 2013
The President’s Speech

Yesterday, President Obama delivered a speech, detailing his new approach to the Syria conflict. Today, we’ll recap and discuss the details of his speech and the potential ramifications if the President's plans are carried out in reality.

Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:21 PM Sep. 10, 2013
What’s Wrong with This Sentence?

As the administration contemplates launching an itty-bitty, teeny-weeny cruise-missile strike, a “change the momentum of the ground” blitz, or grabbing the Russian lifeline, it’s worth reading this little window into their analysis.

President Barak Obama

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 2:34 PM Sep. 9, 2013
Syria Strike's Dangerous Calculus = Assad Loses and Al Qaeda Wins

American credibility is at stake in Syria, but not necessarily in the way that President Obama thinks. By now, we’ve all heard the arguments for intervention: Chemical weapons are banned by international treaty (interestingly enough, a trea

Barak Obama

Content type: RadioShow | 10:01 AM Sep. 9, 2013
Obama Asks to Support al Qaeda?

President Obama has approached Congress, asking them to authorize U.S. military action in Syria that would support al Qaeda-led rebels. Today, we're joined by Andrew C. McCarthy to discuss why the United States must not permit American weapons and so

Syrian Rebels

Content type: RadioShow | 10:21 AM Sep. 6, 2013
Al Qaeda is our Enemy Not our Ally

Have we forgotten that al Qaeda is our enemy not our ally? Today, why we must not enter a civil war between Iran and al Qaeda in Syria.

Free Syrian Army fighters hold up their weapons

Content type: RadioShow | 10:49 AM Sep. 5, 2013
Stop Aiding al Qaeda in Syria

Al Qaeda-led Syrian rebels do not deserve our support. Today, why we must not support our enemy in Syria and what you can do to have your voice heard.