About Jay SekulowJay Sekulow is the Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ). He is a renown lawyer with a passion for protecting religous liberty, freedom, and democracy.
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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
The Associated Press just made the announcement many football fans have been waiting to hear for years. NFL games – ALL NFL games – will be streamed live this season. That cheer you just heard was millions of fans who … Continue reading
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
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
A federal judge ruled Tuesday in favor of labor unions, and against the upstart transportation companies Uber and Lyft, in a much-watched lawsuit stemming from a Seattle city ordinance.
American are having a longevity problem. While everyone is commenting about how this election cycle seems bent on dividing two majors into four squabbling groups, there’s one group of voters who are just about done with the whole shebang altogether.
In the surrender heard round the world, Bernie Sanders stepped back from his repeated promise to stick it out until the convention, formally endorsing Hillary Clinton last week. That sound you heard was millions of BernieOrBust folks simultaneously screaming and … Continue reading