In cities across America, criminals and repeat offenders are breaking into retail stores across the country, stealing merchandise, and destroying storefronts and property. And the cities where most of this criminal activity is occurring are also those that have changed their policies for the worse –policies like no bail, no bond, and criminals being quickly released back into the streets. In a press conference, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about this issue: But, to your... read more

Since their beginnings in Ancient Greece, the Olympics have symbolized a triumph of cooperation between peoples and nations despite their inherent and often severe differences. Athletes come together to compete on a fair and even playing field, striving to achieve victory – not to win personal glory for themselves, but for their people, their nation. In the modern day, these characteristics have remained fundamental to the Olympic games. People around the world can feel pride in their own... read more

Now that the Left has had some time to digest the oral arguments at the Supreme Court yesterday in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case, they are in panic mode. This case regarding the 15-week abortion ban that could overturn Roe v. Wade – or give the power to the states to determine their abortion laws – could give new life to other pro-life legislation around the country in the courts as well. ACLJ Senior Counsel Andy Ekonomou gave his take on the oral arguments: The Left is... read more

On December 1, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued an order granting the request that it rehear the challenge to a Tennessee abortion law en banc . In other words, all active judges of the court will consider the case. The Tennessee law at issue limits abortions after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected and prohibits doctors from knowingly performing abortions that target unborn children because of their race, sex, or Down syndrome status (actual or perceived). read more

Today, the largest abortion case since 1992 was argued at the Supreme Court. Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is the case we’ve been waiting for to potentially overturn Roe v. Wade . This case addressed the Mississippi law that banned abortion after 15 weeks. It’s time for the Supreme Court to reevaluate the decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey as advancements in medical science and technology have made it clear that the judicially created point of viability... read more

The ACLJ is representing the Heritage Foundation in a new lawsuit challenging the Biden Administration’s vaccine mandate for employers. The mandate has been promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and applies to all employers with 100 or more employees, regardless of whether they work remotely. After OSHA issued this mandate, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal temporarily blocked it. However, all legal challenges have been consolidated at the Sixth Circuit Court... read more

The ACLJ has just filed a lawsuit against President Biden’s vaccine mandate on behalf of the Heritage Foundation – one of the largest conservative organizations in the nation known for its work to formulate and promote public policies that advance free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, and traditional American values. The lawsuit was filed directly with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, challenging the Biden Administration’s COVID vaccine mandate for employers, read more

At first glance, one may feel very impressed by an amicus brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dobbs case by eight experts of the United Nations. These experts – also called U. N. Special Rapporteurs and mandate-holders – are using their authority to try and convince the Supreme Court of the existence of a “right to abortion” based on human rights. Such a brief may look impressive, but only for those who are not aware of international law and of the fact that some U. N. experts are... read more

Twitter’s CEO and left-wing activist Jack Dorsey has resigned , effective immediately. This comes at a time when Twitter’s stock is down 20% over the last three months. Could this be a direct reaction to corporate America realizing going totally “woke” is excluding at least half of the country? Twitter is in panic mode. Jack Dorsey released his statement to the public: I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders. Moves like this by the... read more

The ACLJ was recently contacted by a concerned relative of a Washington and Lee University (“W&L”) student regarding an incident on the W&L campus in which the school’s chapter of the College Republicans club was told that they were not permitted to openly support political candidates for office, because such support allegedly endangered the University’s 501(c)(3) status. The implication was that actions by private individuals (to wit, W&L students) could endanger W&L’s status with the IRS. read more

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