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May 2011 Archives

It is not unusual for our organization to receive a call or email from a church or ministry requesting our assistance. Often these cases are resolved out of court – without a lawsuit being filed.  That’s exactly what happened with […]

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It was a closely watched case concerning the issue of immigration.  And, now, a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court that not only upholds the constitutionality of an Arizona law, but a key ruling that is likely to shape the […]

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“Israel is not what is wrong in the Middle East. Israel is the only thing that is right in the Middle East.” That today from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – in a speech before members of Congress. He presented […]

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Very few cases make it to the Supreme Court of the United States.  But, there’s a case out of Utah that has significant ramifications – a case that we believe the high court should hear. Here’s the background: The Utah […]

May 16, 2011 There’s virtually total agreement in the legal community that the constitutionality of ObamaCare – the government-run health care law passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama – will be decided by the U.S. Supreme […]

The reaction from around the world is still coming in.  Just days ago, there was an announcement that sent shock waves through the Middle East.  The Palestinian Authority is putting in place a so-called “unity government” that includes Hamas, a […]

I want to share with you an important victory in our ongoing effort to protect the fundamental right of pharmacists to practice their profession without having to violate their conscience. Our attorneys secured a sweeping victory for pro-life pharmacy owners […]

Each year, we receive questions about graduation prayer – what’s permissible, what isn’t. Students do enjoy constitutional protections when it comes to expressing their faith.  However, when it comes to graduation, the legal landscape is anything but clear.  Court decisions […]

It’s happening across the country – from New York to California.    Students singled out for wearing a rosary to school.  School officials want the rosary removed – kept out of sight – because they claim it’s a gang symbol.  […]

Across America, there will be observances this day – with the 60th annual National Day of Prayer being celebrated coast-to-coast.  That is certainly great news.  But what is especially gratifying is that the atheist organization, the Freedom From Religion Foundation […]

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