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After a nearly two year investigation, involving 19 lawyers, 40 FBI agents, and a summary by Attorney General Bill Barr stating there was no collusion or obstruction, the Mueller report has been released. Today on the broadcast, we discussed the release of the Mueller report regarding Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential campaign to Congress and to the American people. Before releasing the report, Attorney General Barr held a press conference in which he reiterated what he said in his... read more

For so many of us, this is a holy week, as we remember Good Friday, when Jesus Christ was crucified as the sacrifice for our sins. We remember Passover when God rescued the Jewish people from bondage. And on Sunday, we gather with our family and friends to celebrate the day our Savior – the ultimate Passover lamb – defeated the bondage of death and sin and was resurrected. Jesus was arrested and crucified for who He is, because the authorities of the day feared He was a threat to their power... read more

The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) has filed a friend-of-the-court brief supporting school choice. The ACLJ amicus brief urges the Supreme Court to grant review in the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue . At issue is the constitutionality of including – or excluding – religious schools from the list of beneficiaries of a state scholarship tax credit program. To further parental choice in education, Montana decided to offer a state income tax credit to donors who support... read more

With so much speculation and anticipation about the Mueller report which is set to be released tomorrow, it’s easy to lose sight of other important issues happening at the Department of Justice – even when they play a major role in our national security. On today’s show, we discussed a new ruling issued by Attorney General Bill Barr denying bail to some asylum seekers at the southern border. That overturns a previous ruling that declared that illegal migrants seeking asylum were eligible to be... read more

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has filed amicus briefs defending the “Protect Life” federal regulations defunding millions of dollars from Planned Parenthood. As we’ve previously explained , the “Protect Life” regulations prohibit the use of Title X money “to perform, promote, refer for, or support abortion as a method of family planning.” Title X is a federal program dedicated to providing preconception family planning services to the nation’s neediest citizens. When Title X... read more

It‘s actually shocking, but we are just over two months away from the first Democrat Presidential debate. The first Democrat Primary debates will be held over two nights on June 26-27 in Miami. On today’s broadcast, we discussed the Democrat candidates so far and provided analysis of who looks like they could even be a serious contender against President Trump in the 2020 election. So far perhaps the one with the best chance, or at least the most support, could be Bernie Sanders. He certainly... read more

Last week we took a critical step toward resolution in our lawsuit to defend pro-life advocates against an unconstitutional state law that could lead to their prosecution just for spreading a message of hope and peace outside abortion clinics. On Wednesday, April 10th, the parties filed their trial briefs in the case Miano, et al v. Miller, et al , in federal court in the Southern District of Iowa. The ACLJ represents the Plaintiffs in the matter who are challenging the constitutionality of... read more

Sekulow: "Victory Defending Bible in Public Schools" Ep. 513

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The ACLJ has again successfully defended the Bible in public schools. / / / A young child, who is in fourth grade, routinely enjoyed reading from his Bible during recess. The principal of the school, however, confiscated his Bible and told him that he was no longer allowed to read from it. The...

We have breaking news. We now know the day, and even the approximate time, when Attorney General Bill Barr will release the much-anticipated Mueller report. Today on the show, we discussed an announcement from the Department of Justice that the Mueller report will be released to Congress and to the American people, simultaneously, this coming Thursday morning. Congress, and particularly the Left, has been clamoring to see the report. Despite the fact that the Attorney General released a... read more

On Friday, April 12th, the ICC Pre-Trial Chamber assigned to monitor the ongoing situation in Afghanistan denied the ICC Prosecutor’s request to begin a formal investigation of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed by Taliban, Afghan government, and NATO forces (including U.S. forces) during the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. This a wonderful, albeit temporary , victory for our men and women serving in Afghanistan. Yet, no Americans should ever have been investigated in... read more