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I must confess that I am an unabashed fan of Yogi Berra. In his own inimitable way, he was a master at re-formulating the English language. He could encapsulate more common sense in one, often humorous, stream-of-consciousness quote than almost anyone I know of. My choice for today is: “It’s déjà vu all over again.” And so it is! The so-called Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) is once again complaining about Bibles and POW/MIA displays—this time by complaining directly to the... read more

There’s a famous saying that is often attributed to Winston Churchill that goes: “You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life.” Based on the pro-abortion Left’s reaction, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh has done something very right. Judge Kavanaugh of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals was just nominated by the President to be the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and unsurprisingly, the pro-abortion Left is... read more

Just moments ago, President Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the DC Circuit Court of Appeals to be the next Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. The nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy created with the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy is a superb choice who is certain to serve this nation well. Judge Kavanaugh is a brilliant jurist who embraces the philosophy of our Founders – an unwavering commitment to the rule of law and the Constitution. We expect the Senate to... read more

Big Abortion is irate because Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers are using technology to steal their business and save babies. According to a recent report , the radical abortion group NARAL Pro-Choice America is livid with search engine Google for allowing pro-life advertisements, resulting in users being steered away from abortion clinics and toward crisis pregnancy centers – the kind that don’t kill the unborn. NARAL is demanding that Google take action to remove or limit paid advertisements for... read more

The Supreme Court landscape is about to once again shift with the selection of a new Justice, and the pro-abortion Left is in a complete panic. When Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, effective at the end of July, President Trump indicated that he would move fast to nominate a conservative replacement to fill the vacancy. Justice Kennedy was often a swing vote, particularly in cases involving abortion, and the prospect of a consistent conservative to replace him... read more

In the past few months, Chinese Christians have witnessed increasing pressure imposed on house churches since the revised Regulations on Religious Affairs came into effect on February 1, 2018. House churches nationwide are faced with harassment, intimidation, and domination from the government, with thousands of church locations being shut down. For instance, in one of the districts of Nanyang, a city in the Henan Province, 31 house churches were shut down within the first week of the... read more

For decades public sector employees have been forced to subsidize public sector unions and their political and ideological agenda. No more. In a major victory for free speech and free association, the Supreme Court has just struck down requirements that force public sector employees to pay fees to a public-sector labor union for which they refuse to join. This is a key victory for free speech, and the ACLJ filed an important amicus brief in the case. The Illinois Public Labor Relations Act... read more

Sekulow: "Major Developments in Fight for Life" Ep. 479

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Major developments in the ACLJ's ongoing fight for life. / / / For many years, the ACLJ has been working toward defunding Planned Parenthood. It is with your spiritual and material support that we are able to continue these efforts. And now we have some major developments in our continued fight for...

Last week, before its summer recess, the United States Supreme Court refused to review a case in which the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Jackson County, Michigan, Board of Commissioners’ practice of starting its meetings with prayer. That is good news. The Supreme Court, however, also refused to hear a case out of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that prohibits legislator-led prayer. That is bad news. As a result, different rules will continue to apply in different parts of the... read more

On this Independence Day, many Americans will get together with family and friends, to celebrate our great nation. Make no mistake, America is great, and we are free, because of the bravery and sacrifice of great men and women who have stood and continue to stand to defend our country. First and foremost, we give thanks for the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. This is a critical time for America. We face very real enemies around the world. Radical jihadists hate the freedoms we... read more