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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

No Justice for Targeted Americans?

By Matthew Clark1426697448508

The Obama Administration’s IRS targeted Americans for their political beliefs. Former top IRS official Lois Lerner abused the power of her office and refused to answer any questions from congressional oversight committees after proclaiming her own innocence. The House Oversight Committee...

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Speak Out for Pastor Saeed

By Matthew Clark1426193296113

Yesterday, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow testified before the U.S. Senate about the critical need of the U.S. government to take direct action to defend persecuted Christians. In addition to the plight of Christians facing execution in Pakistan and beheadings at the hand of ISIS, Jay testified...

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Two Genocidal Jihadist Armies Merge in the Cowardice of Silence

By Matthew Clark1426014077761

The “ Islamic State Africa .” Not the words anyone wanted to hear, but it should come as no surprise. The most barbarically brutal jihadist army in Africa, Boko Haram, has joined with the most heinous jihadist army in the Middle East, ISIS – the Islamic State. Boko Haram, as we have long warned ,

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ISIS Abducts 220 Christian Hostages

By Matthew Clark1424985995315

ISIS has just viciously abducted 220 Christians in Syria. It is devastatingly likely that ISIS will attempt to behead, crucify, or even burn them alive in its ever-increasing brutality. The jihadist army ravishing Iraq, Syria, and even Libya has indiscriminately killed men, women, and children of...

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PA Responsible for Terrorist Attacks

By Matthew Clark1424808099277

ISIS Couldn’t Silence Their Faith

By Matthew Clark1424459052198

Obama Acknowledges Christian "Genocide"

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President Obama's Disconnect on ISIS

By Matthew Clark1423680975176