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You already know about the legal issues involving the battle over the Ground Zero cross – the twisted steel beams – the wreckage from the Twin Towers – formed into the shape of a cross at the site.  You already […]

Prayer is powerful. Americans have traditionally turned to God in times of crisis and this was no more true than on 9/11. As we are just days away from the 10th anniversary of the devastating terrorist attacks of September 11th, […]

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 […]

We’re going back to court in our legal challenge to stop the building of an Islamic mosque at Ground Zero in New York City. As you may recall, we provided arguments in March in New York State Supreme Court in our […]

There’s a case we’re involved in that truly is a matter of life or death.  Youcef Nadarkhani is a Christian pastor in Iran. He represents one of the largest Christian churches there with some 400 members. Here’s the problem: Youcef […]

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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