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We the People Must Take a Stand

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Jordan Sekulow, ACLJ Executive Director, recently spoke at the We The People Convention in Ohio. He spoke about the effectiveness of people who are willing to stand up and take action for what they believe in. From the hundreds of thousands of people who are standing up for imprisoned American Pastor Saeed Abedini to the millions affected by ObamaCare and those targeted by the IRS, it is critical for We the People to rise up and have our voices heard.

Watch highlights from Jordan’s speech above.

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