Category Archives: Jay Sekulow

Healthcare Battle a Real PR Minefield for Trump and Congress

If there’s a bigger hot-button issue in American politics than the Affordable Care Act that would be news to millions who either love or love to hate President Obama’s signature legislation. While there’s no doubt the law has issues, and … Continue reading

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4 Tactics to Create a Strong Law Firm

For every aspiring lawyer, the goal is to create a law firm that stands out from the competition and carves out a path of success. However, to make this happen, it takes many different people and ideas. Whether it’s a … Continue reading

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Ten Things You Did Not Know About The American Legal System

The United States is undeniably a world leader and arguably one of the wealthiest nations in the world. It is also a model for democracy and law and order in a civilized society. However, there are some some aspects of … Continue reading

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Hey Manager – Try This Approach and Get More Done

Managing any kind of business is an exercise in trying to get more done than you have time to do. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do it better, more efficiently, and get more for your time and energy. It’s … Continue reading

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Want to build yourself for success?

When planning or beginning a new business a lot of would-be CEOs build their business for success, but fail to build themselves for the tasks that will be required to shepherd that company from startup to long-term success. This lack … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Denies North Carolina the Use of Strict Voting Law

On August 31, 2016, the Supreme Court denied North Carolina’s request to use part of a voting law that had already been declared unconstitutional.  The part would have restored a photo ID requirement, reduced the number of early-voting days from … Continue reading

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10-Year-Old Memorized the Entire Constitution

Nathan Bond, a Fresno California 10-year-old memorized the entire United States Constitution spending up to four hours a day over the last several months – 137 days in total. His mother recorded it and posted it on her YouTube channel … Continue reading

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