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If you’ve been to our website at the ACLJ, then you have seen our special year-end series looking back at a few of the hundreds of victories by the ACLJ. Without question, 2011 was a very busy and challenging year.   […]

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Attorney General Eric Holder had an opportunity today before the House Judiciary Committee to set the record straight – to come clean about the ill-conceived law enforcement program called Operation Fast & Furious. But instead of taking responsibility for a […]

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Your voice has been heard!   Last week, we sent the National Forest Service our letter defending the Jesus war memorial statue on a Montana mountain – with more than 70,000 names – concerned individuals who stood with us in […]

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The heat is on. Attorney General Holder appears before Congress tomorrow to take more questions about the botched U.S. law enforcement initiative designed to combat weapons trafficking at the border. But, by all accounts, Operation Fast & Furious was deeply […]

The response has been overwhelming. More than 70,000 concerned individuals are standing with us – in a letter urging the National Forest Service to renew a long-standing lease that would permit a World War II memorial – a statue of […]

As I told you earlier this month, we were determining which course of action we would take in appealing our decision by a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. upholding the constitutionality of a key part of ObamaCare. We have […]

On Veterans Day, a 13-foot cross was placed on top of a hill at Camp Pendleton in California. The Marines who put it there said they wanted to honor the memory of four comrades killed in Iraq and wanted to […]

The response has been overwhelming. In the first 24 hours after the Supreme Court announced it would determine the constitutionality of ObamaCare, nearly 40,000 Americans expressed their opposition to this flawed law and signed on to our upcoming amicus briefs […]

This is a move that we clearly expected. The Supreme Court of the United States today agreed to hear several ObamaCare challenges – putting the issue of the constitutionality of the flawed law front-and-center with a decision by the high […]

It is disappointing that the Supreme Court failed to take a very important case out of Utah – a case involving the placement of crosses along Utah highways to commemorate the death of Utah Highway Patrol officers and a reminder […]

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