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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.

The Supreme Court in Washington

Filed in: Free Speech | by Jay Sekulow | 2:15 PM Nov. 13, 2008
Supreme Court Analysis

On the broadcast today, we'll take a closer look at the First Amendment case argued yesterday at the Supreme Court. Jay, who presented oral arguments in the case, will provide analysis and insight on how this case is likely to be decided.

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Filed in: Pleasant Grove | by Jay Sekulow | 2:00 PM Nov. 12, 2008
Jay Sekulow at the Supreme Court

Jay delivers oral arguments today before the Supreme Court on a very important First Amendment case involving the Ten Commandments. Join us for the broadcast today as we bring you a report on what took place inside the high court.

U.S. President Barack Obama prepares to deliver remarks at the National Peace Officers' Memorial at the U.S. Capitol

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 2:55 PM Nov. 11, 2008
An Obama Administration

On the broadcast today, we'll take a closer look at what's ahead in an Obama Administration. We'll examine what's likely to change and how the new president will address some of the key issues facing this nation.

U.S. President Obama delivers the keynote speech at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 3:20 PM Nov. 10, 2008
Big Changes Ahead

On the broadcast today, we'll bring you the latest on what's ahead in Washington as President-Elect Obama prepares to take office. Big changes ahead on many fronts.

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Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 4:00 AM Nov. 8, 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 | 2:35 PM Nov. 7, 2008
Preparing for Change

At the ACLJ, we're preparing for a new administration and a new Congress. That means on focusing on key issues that are important to you and your family.

People cheer outside the White House in Washington after learning of the death of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 3:00 PM Nov. 6, 2008
The Nation's Future

On the broadcast today, we'll continue to break down the meaning of the election and take a look at some of the issues that this country will face under the new administration. Join us today for the latest news, insight and analysis.

U.S. Senator Barack Obama announces his run for the U.S. presidency in Springfield

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 2:10 PM Nov. 5, 2008
What's Ahead Now?

As we examine the results of the election, we'll bring you the latest insight and analysis on what the election means and the many challenges facing the new president.

A man cheers outside the White House, over the death of Osama Bin Laden, in Washington

Filed in: US Constitution | by Jay Sekulow | 2:15 PM Nov. 4, 2008
Get Out & Vote

On this Election Day, we'll bring you the latest election news as well as insight and analysis. This year, a record turnout is expected at the polls nationwide.