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On the heels of our filing of a critical amicus brief at the Supreme Court on behalf of 105 members of Congress and more than 30,000 Americans opposing ObamaCare, comes some very interesting information that I wanted to share with […]

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As promised, we have filed our amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court urging the Justices to take up a Florida case challenging ObamaCare -a pro-abortion, government-run health care law. I’m delighted to report that we have 105 members of […]

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There’s been another step forward in having the United States Supreme Court hear the constitutional challenges to ObamaCare. As I told you last week, our legal team completed oral arguments in our federal lawsuit urging a federal appeals court in […]

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A decision today by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit rejects Virginia’s legal challenge to ObamaCare, a move that is disappointing. The judges disagreed with Virginia’s argument that it was an injured party because it passed a […]

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, […]

When I began focusing on constitutional law and religious liberty work nearly a quarter century ago, I still remember vividly the impact that my family had on me and my decision to pursue this calling. I want to share with […]

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. […]

Here we go again.   An atheist organization files a lawsuit. They are offended. This time the target: a Cross placed at the World Trace Center Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero. It is unbelievable that these lawsuits keep coming. As […]

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 […]

I’m delighted to report that the Supreme Court of the United States declined to take a case out of New Hampshire, leaving intact a decision by a federal appeals court that upholds the constitutionality of a New Hampshire law requiring […]

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