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Filed in: ACLJ | by Jay Sekulow | 3:25 PM Nov. 25, 2008
Protecting Christians Abroad

On the broadcast today, an encouraging report from the U.N. as fewer countries vote for the\"Defamation of Religions" resolution that poses a real threat to Christians abroad. We'll bring you the latest today on Jay Sekulow Live!

The U.S. Capitol is seen the day before mid-term elections in Washington

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 3:10 PM Nov. 24, 2008
Preparing for the Future

On the broadcast today, we'll be taking a look at what's ahead in Washington. With a new president and new Congress, there will be many challenges in the new year.

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Filed in: ACLJ | by Jay Sekulow | 4:00 AM Nov. 22, 2008
Jay Sekulow Live! - Weekend Edition

Jay Sekulow Live! is the daily radio outreach of the American Center for Law and Justice. Hosted by ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, this live call-in program airs on nearly 850 stations nationwide, and focuses on the legal and legislative battles und

Members of Congress and other Capitol Hill staffers observe a moment of silence on the steps of the U.S. Capitol for Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Washington

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 2:40 PM Nov. 21, 2008
Foundations of Freedom

Are you prepared for what's ahead in Washington? With a new president and new Congress poised to govern, we want you to know your rights - that's why we're offering you a free resource - Foundations of Freedom.

Same sex marriage supporter Dominic Coluans waves flags outside City Hall after a judge lifted the Proposition 8 stay on same sex marriages at City Hall in San Francisco

Filed in: Traditional Marriage | by Jay Sekulow | 3:10 PM Nov. 20, 2008
The Will of the People

We'll bring you the latest on the California Supreme Court decision to interject itself into a ballot initiative where voters overwhelmingly decided that marriage is between one man, one woman.

First Prayer in Congress Image

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 3:10 PM Nov. 19, 2008
Know Your Rights

On the broadcast today, as we prepare for a new president and a new Congress, you must be prepared. Get a free copy of an important resource, Foundations of Freedom.

prolife girl at Supreme Court

Filed in: Abortion | by Jay Sekulow | 2:35 PM Nov. 18, 2008
Protecting Life

We'll take a closer look at protecting life with news of a proposed government rule that would protect pro-life health care providers. And, we'll report on efforts by our international affiliate, the ECLJ, to oppose abortion in Ireland.

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Filed in: Pledge of Allegiance | by Jay Sekulow | 2:40 PM Nov. 17, 2008
Pledge Problems?

On the broadcast today, we'll take a look at a growing controversy in an elementary school in the state of Vermont. The issue: the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and whether the phrase\"under God" should be included.

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Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 4:00 AM Nov. 15, 2008
Jay Sekulow Live! - Weekend Edition

Jay Sekulow Live! is the daily radio outreach of the American Center for Law and Justice. Hosted by ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, this live call-in program airs on nearly 850 stations nationwide, and focuses on the legal and legislative battles und

TEN COMMANDMENTS TOUR AT GEORGIA CAPITOL IN ATLANTA.

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 2:15 PM Nov. 14, 2008
What's Ahead?

On the broadcast today, a look at what's ahead with a new Congress and a new president. At the same time, get your free copy of an important resource - Foundations of Freedom.