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April 2012 Archives

It was a very good day for the State of Arizona at the U.S. Supreme Court. During oral arguments before eight Justices (Justice Elena Kagan recused herself from this case), it became clear that a majority of the Justices seem […]

It is a critically important week at the U.S. Supreme Court. In a term that includes several blockbuster cases, the Justices will hear oral arguments on Wednesday on the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070. S.B. 1070 made it a […]

Chuck Colson touched many lives. He had a significant impact on the work of the ACLJ. When I first began my legal work defending religious liberty, Chuck was there with an encouraging word. One of the very first letters I […]

The numbers have been very consistent. A majority of Americans surveyed have repeatedly rejected ObamaCare since it was pushed through Congress and signed into law by President Obama two years ago. This week, 56% of voters polled by Rasmussen said […]

It’s an important case that underscores the separation of powers. Senate Republicans will file a friend-of-the-court brief in support of a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of recent recess appointments by President Obama – specifically to the National Labor Relations […]

Congressional concern continues to grow over tactics used by the IRS to target Tea Party groups across the country – tactics that can only be described as an effort to intimidate and silence these organizations in this election year. We […]

As you may recall, we’re involved in a major federal lawsuit – defending a Catholic business owner in Missouri who is challenging the Obama Administration’s HHS mandate, which requires employers to purchase health insurance for their employees that includes coverage […]

In a world where politics has permeated everything, should we be surprised that many Americans believe the Supreme Court will determine the constitutionality of ObamaCare based on politics, rather than the law? That’s the findings of a new poll. According […]

I can confirm that Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is alive today, his 35th birthday. He remains illegally imprisoned in Iran, now incarcerated for two-and-a-half years. He is being held against international law, and has been condemned to death for one reason – his […]

President Obama is doing everything in his power to change America. He wants to re-shape this country. The fact is we have a president who is engaged in a radical assault on our values. We have a president forcing Americans […]

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