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The Supreme Court will hear a major case related to the Trump Administration’s efforts to secure our southern border with Mexico – a case that the ACLJ has been actively involved in – to defend our nation’s security. As we’ve previously mentioned, we have filed a number of critical briefs in the case concerning whether the Trump Administration’s use of specific federal funds for border security along the U.S.-Mexico border was appropriately grounded in the law. We believe that it was. As Fox... read more

Last night Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed and immediately the Democrats threatened to pack the courts. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live/The Logan Sekulow ReProgram , we talked about Justice Barrett’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court and the immediate, possibly coordinated, threat by the Democrats to pack the courts and radically remake our judicial system. President Trump said the following at the White House ceremonial swearing in of Justice Barrett: This is a momentous day for... read more

The U.S. Senate is set to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to make her Supreme Court Justice Barrett. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we discussed the full Senate vote taking place tonight to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court where she will fill the seat left vacant by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As we’ve been saying, Senate Republicans have the votes they need to confirm Judge Barrett. Particularly now that Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, who’s position was... read more

Last night marked the final debate of the 2020 presidential election. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we discussed last night’s final presidential debate. Former Director of National Intelligence and ACLJ Senior Advisor for National Security and Foreign Policy Ric Grenell joined us in the studio to provide analysis. I think my favorite moment last night was turning on CNN after the debate was over and watching the meltdown. I say that because when former Vice President Biden said that he will end... read more

Last Sunday the international arms embargo against Iran expired. When the United States sought to renew the ban on selling or transferring tanks, artillery, fighter planes, and other weapons to this rogue nation (still the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism), the measure was vetoed by Russia and China at the United Nations Security Council. Eleven other countries abstained from the vote, allowing the embargo to go away. It is further evidence of the tepid response of this international... read more

It’s debate night Round 2 in Nashville, Tennessee. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live/The Logan Sekulow ReProgram, we talked about tonight’s final debate before Election Day. So far this election cycle, my co-host Will Haynes and I have been here on hosting duties to offer our own debate reactions, but today we were here to preview the debate. My co-host, Will Haynes gave a good overview of tonight’s format and topics: This will be more traditional style. It is Kristen Welker from NBC News moderating... read more

We have told you about China’s continuous persecution of Christians and attacks on religious liberty. These attacks span from arbitrarily arresting pastors to surveilling churches and even implementing laws and regulations that essentially regulate what religious groups can and cannot say. Through our European affiliate, the European Centre for Law and Justice (ECLJ), we filed an urgent written submission to the U.N. Human Rights Council (UNHRC) detailing China’s continued attacks on religious... read more

We’re 13 days out from Election Day, and the polls are tightening. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we analyzed the ever-tightening polls as we grow closer to the Presidential Election, which is just 13 days away. Is it déjà vu all over again? The polls are nearly identical to what they looked like at this same point back in 2016. Tomorrow is the final presidential debate, airing at 9pm Eastern, which is taking place at Nashville’s Belmont University. There will be a lot of focus on that going... read more

My dad, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, has often spoken of his deep admiration for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, considering him one of our nation's most brilliant and ardent supporters of the Constitution. As he said when Justice Scalia passed away: I had the honor and privilege of knowing Justice Scalia for the more than 25 years that I have practiced before the Court. Justice Scalia had a keen understanding of what our Founding Fathers intended and dedicated his life to... read more

The Presidential Debate Commission has changed the rules yet again in the middle of the game. How will it impact the final debate before Election Day? On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we discussed this week’s upcoming and final presidential debate. The Commission on Presidential Debates has unilaterally changed the topics of the debate and added a mute button. Will it be fair? Not likely. As early voting is already underway throughout the country, preparation for the final debate is also going on. read more