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Radio Recap: AG Barr Testifies Before the Senate

By Jay Sekulow1556741722090

“A fairly anemic effort.” That’s what Attorney General called the counterintelligence investigation against the threat of Russian collusion in the 2016 Presidential campaign. On today’s show, we discussed Attorney General Bill Barr’s testimony before the U.S. Senate regarding his summary of the...

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Will SCOTUS Allow Citizenship Question on Census?

By Jay Sekulow1556137658938

Yesterday we told you how a question intended to be included on the upcoming 2020 census has been taken before the Supreme Court by critics who say it is offensive because it asks if everyone living in your home is “a citizen of the United States.” On today’s show, we asked whether the Supreme...

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JSL: BREAKING NEWS: Mueller Report Released

By Jordan Sekulow1555616480579

After a nearly two year investigation, involving 19 lawyers, 40 FBI agents, and a summary by Attorney General Bill Barr stating there was no collusion or obstruction, the Mueller report has been released. Today on the broadcast, we discussed the release of the Mueller report regarding Russian...

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JSL: Just Two Months Away from First Democrat Debate

By Jordan Sekulow1555443010634

It‘s actually shocking, but we are just over two months away from the first Democrat Presidential debate. The first Democrat Primary debates will be held over two nights on June 26-27 in Miami. On today’s broadcast, we discussed the Democrat candidates so far and provided analysis of who looks like...

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JSL: America Awaits the Mueller Report

By Jordan Sekulow1555354658873

We have breaking news. We now know the day, and even the approximate time, when Attorney General Bill Barr will release the much-anticipated Mueller report. Today on the show, we discussed an announcement from the Department of Justice that the Mueller report will be released to Congress and to the...

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JSL: AG: Mueller Report Released to Public Within a Week

By Jordan Sekulow1554834240000

We’ve known for weeks that the Mueller report would be released to the public. Now the Attorney General has made two revelations regarding the release of important information, including the Mueller report and an Inspector General’s (IG) investigation of irregularities at the FBI. Today on the show...

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JSL: The Conclusion of the Mueller Investigation

By Jordan Sekulow1553552211929

After nearly two years, 19 lawyers assisted by 40 FBI agents, more than 2,800 subpoenas, 13 requests to foreign governments, and 500 witness interviews, Special Counsel Robert Mueller just gave his report to the Attorney General. The summary: NO COLLUSION. NO OBSTRUCTION. On today’s broadcast, my...

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JSL: The Left’s Supreme Court Litmus Test

By Jay Sekulow1553110826052

Yesterday, we told you how the left is desperately trying to concoct radical new ways to shift the balance of power in their favor. On today’s show, we discussed the new plan for 2020 by the Left, which is retake the majority in the Senate and the White House – and then pack the Supreme Court.

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JSL: 2020 Hopefuls Present Radical Ideas

By Jordan Sekulow1553024140660

The left has a new litmus test for any would-be 2020 Presidential candidates – do they stand in favor of “court packing” in order to tip the Supreme Court in its favor? Today on the show, we discussed this radical new vetting process for the left, among other radical ideas being put forth by...

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Confirm Conservative Judges Now

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The Left knows the best way to advance its radical agenda is to block qualified conservative judges. This time it’s making a concerted effort to defeat and delay the confirmation of federal appellate...

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JSL: Use of Constitutional Option to Avoid Shutdown?

By Jay Sekulow1545422706672

Will Senate Republicans have to “go nuclear” in order to secure our border and avoid a government shutdown? Today on the show we discussed the possibility of Senate Republicans having to exercise the so-called nuclear option, or what I call simply “the Constitutional option,” that would only...

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ACLJ’s Commonsense Agenda Helps with Economic Reform

By ACLJ.org1545077701685

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2018. The ACLJ issued an ambitious economic agenda for reform, stressing commonsense conservatism and economic growth for America. This year, we’ve seen numerous aspects of this agenda...

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Conservative Judges Confirmed to the Federal Bench

By ACLJ.org1543950000000

This is the latest installment in a year-end series looking back at some of the numerous victories by the ACLJ in 2018. This year we saw a record number of conservative, constitutional judges confirmed. For decades it has been central to the mission of the ACLJ to fight for the confirmation of...

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ACLJ Files 2nd Brief for the 2020 Census

By Erik Zimmerman1531922400000

The framers of our Constitution wisely adopted the practice, utilized by many governments since Biblical times, of mandating that a census be regularly taken to count the citizen and non-citizen populations, and obtain other useful information. The relevant Constitutional clause leaves the details...

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Judges Continue Being Confirmed at Record Pace

By ACLJ.org1528812000000

As we have detailed previously, one of the most important aspects of presidential power is the ability to nominate federal judges – judges who will determine how the Constitution is interpreted for decades to come. We have been aggressively working behind the scenes to ensure that qualified...

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Defending Common Sense for the 2020 Census

By Erik Zimmerman1528470272975

Governments across the world have conducted censuses to count their citizen and non-citizen populations, and obtain other useful information, since Biblical times. The framers of our Constitution adopted this tradition by mandating that a census be taken every ten years, which has occurred...

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Senate Confirms Mike Pompeo and Ric Grenell

By Nathanael Bennett1524769466756

In a major victory for U.S. diplomacy, the U.S. Senate has confirmed Mike Pompeo to be Secretary of State and Ric Grenell to be U.S. Ambassador to Germany. Mr. Pompeo was confirmed by a vote of 57-42 and Mr. Grenell was confirmed by a vote of 56-42. As we have previously reported, these two...

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Opposing California’s Unconstitutional Laws

By Edward White1523634594046

Recently, the State of California passed several laws designed to advance California’s open-borders agenda and status as a sanctuary state. These laws, for example, restrict voluntary cooperation with federal immigration agents by employers and state and local law enforcement agencies when it comes...

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Maximum Pressure on Congress

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International threats are more dire than ever, yet our diplomatic core is severely depleted. Numerous ambassadorships and key national security posts remain vacant. We must put maximum pressure on...

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Maximum Pressure on Congress

By Nathanael Bennett1522680986404

In what the White House has described as a “ maximum pressure ” strategy, the Trump Administration has tightened sanctions on North Korea , strengthened trade relations with South Korea, and put China on notice for its proclivity to use U.S. technology for a military or economic advantage. These...

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