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As we celebrate the resurrection of Christ – a season of life – a season of hope – I want to thank all of you for your prayers and support for our work in this country and around the globe. […]

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In addition to protecting religious freedom in this country, a large part of our work involves defending religious freedom around the globe. That’s why this new report out by the U.S. State Department is of great interest. The Department’s 13th […]

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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 The City of Pittsburgh has repealed a troubling ordinance that banned the distribution of pro-life leaflets.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 […]

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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 […]

Christians are in the crosshairs around the globe – facing more danger than ever before because of their faith. That has been apparent to us for years as the ACLJ, along with our international affiliate organizations, work to protect 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 […]

It’s a victory for the Pledge of Allegiance and for the American people – including the tens of thousands of you who stood with us in support of the Pledge and the phrase “one nation, under God.” You’ll recall on […]

As a second generation American, I cherish the freedoms of America. I’m the grandson of a Russian immigrant. My grandfather came to the United States with his family through Ellis Island at the age of 14 – to escape religious […]

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