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Filed in: US Constitution | 8:00 AM Apr. 18, 2014

Faith and Freedom Under Attack

From IRS abuse to an Obama Administration bent on giving up the Internet and our free speech rights to foreign control, free speech is under attack. T

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks with Attorney General Eric Holder during a ceremonial installation at George Washington University in Washington
Filed in: US Constitution | 8:00 AM Apr. 17, 2014

Lois Lerner Wants Someone Prosecuted

The latest revelations about the IRS targeting scandal show that Lois Lerner wanted the justice department to prosecute targeted groups in addition to

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U.S. President Barack Obama speaks with Attorney General Eric Holder during a ceremonial installation at George Washington University in Washington

Content type: RadioShow | 8:00 AM Apr. 17, 2014
Lois Lerner Wants Someone Prosecuted

The latest revelations about the IRS targeting scandal show that Lois Lerner wanted the justice department to prosecute targeted groups in addition to the IRS holding up their applications. Today, the latest and how you can take action.

Content type: Video | 5:34 AM Apr. 10, 2014
Jordan Sekulow on the Blaze: Impeach Holder?

Jordan Sekulow joined Wilkow to discuss the IRS and possible Eric Holder impeachment.

National Review David French

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 1:20 PM Apr. 4, 2014
Restore the Religious Freedom Restoration Act

It is perhaps not too hyperbolic to suggest that in the history of the republic, there has rarely been a bill which more closely approximates motherhood and apple pie. . . . . In fact, I know, at least so far, of no one who opposes the legislation.&r

Security guards walk the steps of the Supreme Court before Justice Elena Kagan's investiture ceremony in Washington

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 11:11 AM Apr. 4, 2014
Supreme Court’s McCutcheon Decision: Armageddon, or Common Sense?

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rendered its decision in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission. The Court struck down, under the Free Speech guarantee of the First Amendment, the federal law setting a dollar limit upon the total (or “aggrega

Women pro-choice protesters gather in judges' gowns and hold gavels outside the Supreme Court in Washington.

Content type: DocketBlogPost | 4:11 PM Apr. 3, 2014
Another Victory for Religious Liberty: Freedom for Christian Employers

On the heels of last month’s jury verdict for a Christian professor punished by his employer for his conservative and Christian speech, the ACLJ team is pleased to report yet another victory for religious liberty. A former employee sued her Ch

Content type: Video | 6:11 AM Mar. 26, 2014
Jay Sekulow on The Blaze: Union Overreach

Jay Sekulow spoke with the Blaze about the Government use of Unions to enforce rules and regulations.

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Content type: RadioShow | 10:35 AM Feb. 28, 2014
Protect Your Right to Speak

The Obama Administration is relentlessly attacking your rights. Today, why we're aggressively striking back against the Obama Administration’s latest attack on your free speech rights.

Content type: Video | 6:01 AM Feb. 25, 2014
David French Spoke on the Blaze: Overreach of Executive Orders

David French joined The Blaze to discuss the SCOTUS hearing on the EPA.

Content type: PressRelease | 12:10 PM Feb. 19, 2014
ACLJ Calls on Obama Admin. Targeting Newsrooms "Dangerous" - Part of Ongoing "Assault" on the Constitution

(Washington, DC) - The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which focuses on constitutional law, said a proposal by the Obama Administration to monitor newsrooms across the country is extremely dangerous and amounts to an unprecedented assault