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July 2011 Archives

A federal court in Texas did exactly what a federal appeals court did just three months ago. Shut down a legal challenge by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), an atheist group.   A federal judge rejected FFRF’s lawsuit targeting […]

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I just wrote about a disturbing new lawsuit by an atheist organization that is trying to stop the display of a cross at Ground Zero – part of a museum being built to commemorate the tragic attacks of September 11, 2001. […]

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Here we go again.   An atheist organization files a lawsuit. They are offended. This time the target: a Cross placed at the World Trace Center Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero. It is unbelievable that these lawsuits keep coming. As […]

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What’s interesting is that while the President is no longer directly involved in the negotiations to solve our nations’ budget crisis, he continues to issue threats and engage in a campaign of fear and intimidation – trying to scare Americans […]

In May, I told you about an important brief we filed at a federal appeals court urging that our federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of ObamaCare go forward.   Today, we filed an additional brief that bolsters our argument. In […]

I wanted to bring you an update on a case that we’ve been involved in since last year – a case that has significant ramifications for the First Amendment.   As you may recall, we secured an important victory in […]

Last week I told you about a major victory in our lawsuit to prevent the shutdown of pro-life pregnancy centers. In a stinging rebuke of the pro-abortion agenda, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction preventing a law from going […]

We’re watching developments very closely in Pennsylvania as the state legislature considers an important bill to repeal a 116-year-old discriminatory law that bars public school teachers from wearing religious symbols in the classroom.   There’s been a law on the […]

Just a few days ago, I posted an update concerning our legal case challenging the construction of an Islamic mosque at Ground Zero in New York City.  The court ruled that our client, Tim Brown, a 9-11 first responder and […]

There was a problem with New York City Local Law #17 from the very start. It singles out and targets pro-life advocates – crisis pregnancy centers – in New York City. The requirements are burdensome and, quite frankly, unconstitutional. This […]

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