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After years of living in terror, and fleeing a nightmare, Christians in Iraq are finally starting to receive the much-needed aid they require to start over. The brutality and bloodshed Christians have suffered in the Middle East at the cruel hands of ISIS terrorists because of their faith is unprecedented. Now ISIS is weakened and running scared, but they’ve left a trail of carnage in their wake. We have a moral obligation to offer all the assistance we can. We told you how, as part of our... read more

They did it again. Only weeks after some of the most violent attacks on Israel in years, more rockets rained down on Israeli communities. Israel’s enemies would like the world to somehow view them as victims, as they accuse Israel of war crimes and aggression. Yet once again, red alert sirens were ringing out in the early morning hours as more terrorist rockets were launched at Israel from the Gaza Strip. Along with the rocket strikes, sources report Palestinian terrorists have also used “arson... read more

Recently, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge brought by Planned Parenthood against an Arkansas law requiring abortion pill providers to contract with a physician who has hospital admitting privileges. Planned Parenthood had successfully convinced a trial court to grant an injunction against the law, but lost at the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, which vacated the injunction and ordered further proceedings in the trial court. Planned Parenthood sought a reversal of the Eighth Circuit... read more

The Department of Justice’s Inspector General (IG), the DOJ’s internal watchdog, just released a scathing 568-page report condemning the actions of senior FBI officials during the height of the 2016 election, including their handling of the Clinton Email Investigation. The report rebukes the actions of former FBI Director James Comey, senior FBI counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok, FBI attorney Lisa Page and ousted Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. The report confirms what we already knew: the... read more

The U.S. Senate is now considering critical legislation in the push for Turkey to release American Pastor Andrew Brunson from prison. It is a part of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), and is the most significant legislative action on behalf of Pastor Brunson to date. As we have previously reported , the level of engagement on behalf of Pastor Brunson by the U.S. government has been unprecedented. President Trump, Vice President Pence, Secretary of State Pompeo, and the U.S. House... read more

No sooner had the disastrous results of Ireland’s recent referendum to repeal that country’s longstanding constitutional protection of unborn children been announced, than the pro-abortion side began making noises about the need to coerce even religiously objecting doctors and nurses into participating in the grisly procedures or face loss of their professional licenses. There’s something about a society’s acceptance of such blatant moral evils that leads their proponents to insist that... read more

The historic five-hour meeting between President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un ended with a signed agreement between the two leaders. It is not a treaty, as it does not contain any details as to implementation or a way forward in order to bring about the general goals in the signed agreement. This is how it should be. Treaties are full of details and must be ratified by the U.S. Senate in order to be binding, to have the force of law. That will come in time. But this agreement, by design, read more

Sekulow: "60 Million Dollar Victory - Part 1" Ep. 475

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The Trump Administration has announced a proposed rule that will cut approximately $60 million of Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer funding. / / / For far too long, taxpayer dollars have been used to fund the abortion industry. Last week, we informed you that we joined 85 pro-life groups in sending a...

It could be one of the most perplexing awards ever given. Big Abortion ambassador and former Planned Parenthood CEO, Cecile Richards recently received a HUMAN RIGHTS award. That’s right – the woman who we told you presided over the murders of over 3.5 million innocent babies in her 12 year tenure was named the most recent recipient of the Hubert H. Humphrey Civil and Human Rights Award by the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Apparently the rights of those millions of lives she... read more

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 constitutionally conservative judges are nominated and confirmed. We are happy to report that since our last update , the U.S. Senate has nearly doubled the number of federal appellate judicial nominees... read more