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December 2011 Archives

If you’ve been to our website at the ACLJ, then you have seen our special year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ. Without question, 2011 was a very busy and challenging year.   […]

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The New Year will begin with the focus directly on the constitutional challenges to ObamaCare. As I write this, we’re putting the finishing touches on our amicus brief to be filed within days at the Supreme Court – the first […]

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Another tragic example that Christians truly are in the crosshairs – especially during this Christmas season. Radical Muslims unleashed terror attacks targeting Christians on Christmas day across Nigeria – Africa’s most populous nation. In an attack on St. Theresa Catholic […]

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“Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.” The Birth of Jesus, as recorded in Luke 2: 1-20 (King James Version): And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a […]

This Christmas season reveals a growing danger facing Christians in many parts of the world and underscores why the international work of the American Center for Law and Justice and its international affiliates is so important. You don’t need to […]

The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life has released a detailed and comprehensive look at Christianity around the globe. After examining more than 200 countries, Pew found that there are 2.18 billion Christians around the world, representing nearly one-third […]

The images from Egypt are heartbreaking. Women being beaten, kicked and dragged through the streets. The violent response to protesters from the Egyptian military has resulted in at least the deaths of 10 people in recent days – including two […]

As Attorney General Eric Holder continues to dig in and refuse to take responsibility for the disastrous gun-walking program known as Operation Fast & Furious, there’s a growing chorus in Congress expressing “no confidence” in the Attorney General. Last week, […]

Once again, we have Attorney General Eric Holder in the middle of a mess. This time, he’s promising a nationwide examination of voting laws enacted by states – with special concern about laws that require voters to show identification in […]

When the Supreme Court announced yesterday that it will consider the Arizona immigration case to determine whether this measure is constitutional, something else happened. Justice Elena Kagan, who served as Solicitor General for President Obama before being nominated and confirmed […]

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