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Free speech is under attack. Conservative writers are now facing threats against themselves, their families, and their livelihoods merely because they’ve aggressively investigated the history and funding of radical liberals. Ali Akbar is president of the National Bloggers Club, a […]

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A troubling new report issued by the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) suggests that Christians are being censored online because of their religious beliefs. In a 43-page report, the NRB stated that many of the biggest new Internet sites blocked Christian content […]

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The dreaded so-called “Fairness Doctrine” has finally been put to rest. Over the years, nearly 250,000 of you have stood with us – ACLJ members and supporters – adding your name to petitions – sending a powerful message to Washington […]

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It’s official. The City of Pittsburgh has repealed a troubling ordinance that banned the distribution of pro-life leaflets. As you may recall, last month I told you that this repeal effort was moving forward and now our legal team has […]

I want to share with you a victory we have achieved in our efforts to protect the rights of those who wanted to show a powerful documentary marking the anniversary of 9/11 in several parks in New York City. You […]

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 […]

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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