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The star witness for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff during today’s hearing said that he was offered the position of Ukraine Minister of Defense three times. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed today’s impeachment inquiry hearings and the fact that National Security Council official Lt. Col. Vindman testified that he was offered the position of Minister of Defense by the Ukraine government. This falls into the “you can’t make this up” category. This was the exchange... read more

There’s been a lot of discussion and even Congressional hearings (only a few have been public) over impeaching the President of the United States. Many people are aware, but also many do not know exactly what “impeachment” means. Some think impeachment automatically means the removal of the President. That’s NOT what it means. According to the Congressional Research Service: The impeachment process provides a mechanism for removal of the President, Vice President, and other “civil Officers of... read more

Here we go again. We’re entering week 2 of the impeachment inquiry public hearings. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed the upcoming witness testimony before the House Intelligence Committee. Last week had three witnesses testify, Ambassador Yovanovitch, Ambassador Bill Taylor, and State Department Official George Kent. Two additional witnesses testified behind closed doors this past weekend, Friday and Saturday. We don’t yet have transcripts from their testimony. This week we’ll have... read more

This is going to be a major showdown at the Supreme Court against the abortion industry, as the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a big abortion related case – a case we urged the Court to take. Months ago we told you how we filed an amicus brief at the Supreme Court of the United States in Gee v. June Medical Services, a case that could break new ground in protecting babies from abortion. As we explained then: The case involves the constitutionality of a Louisiana state law requiring doctors... read more

Severe weather reports on our smart phones have become a normal occurrence for all of us here in America. But can you imagine receiving a rocket attack warning forecast on your phone? It seems like an unfathomable nightmare scenario here at home, but it could become the new normal for the people of Israel. The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) tweeted an image of what appeared to be a normal weather app, but instead of rain or snow as many of us are experiencing, it showed red rockets raining from... read more

Adam Schiff’s impeachment circus continues. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we continued to break down and analyze the impeachment inquiry process and the public hearings. Today former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testified before the House Intelligence Committee. She was recalled from that position in May before the July phone call between President Trump and the president of Ukraine. She had no first-hand knowledge of the call. She got the transcript when the rest of us did. Yamiche... read more

While much of the attention in Washington, DC continues to focus on the impeachment proceedings taking place in the U.S. House Intelligence Committee, the President and the U.S. Senate continue to nominate and confirm conservative federal court judges at a record pace. As we have often said, the judges who are confirmed to lifetime appointments on the federal courts represent one of the longest lasting legacies of any administration. To date, the U.S. Senate has confirmed 160 federal judges... read more

Our Biggest International Case - Defending Soldiers' Interests at ICC Ep. 539

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Our team discusses the ACLJ’s upcoming oral arguments before the International Criminal Court, advocating for the rights of United States soldiers and intelligence operatives.

Adam Schiff continues to mislead the public with his impeachment inquiry. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we provided analysis of where we stand with the impeachment inquiry and discussed yesterday’s public hearings. A key thing to note is that both Ambassador Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary Kent admittedly have not had contact with President Trump and couldn’t with any degree of certainty have knowledge of his thinking. There’s a growing consensus, not just amongst supporters of the... read more

You may have seen this past week headlines from a variety of news outlets loudly proclaiming the death of conscience rights: “ Trump’s ‘conscience rule’ for health providers blocked by federal judge .” “ Second federal judge strikes down Trump’s ‘conscience protection’ rule for health care providers .” Both the headlines and, for the most part, the stories themselves give the impression that, as usual, the independent federal judiciary has had to come to the rescue of all that is good and true... read more