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The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) has filed a friend-of-the-court brief at the U.S. Supreme Court supporting school choice in what could be a blockbuster ruling. At issue in the case of Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue is the constitutionality of including – or excluding – religious schools from the list of beneficiaries of a state scholarship tax credit program. The ACLJ amicus brief asks the Supreme Court to uphold the program and to declare that states cannot... read more

The Trump Administration is taking decisive action to stop government discrimination against churches and religious organizations. At the ACLJ we’ve been working on this issue for a long time. Today on the show we discussed the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) newly proposed pro-religious liberty rule that would protect churches and religious charities in their hiring practices. Yesterday, we filed legal comments in support of this rule. Churches and religious charities are coming under... read more

Under the guise of “modernising,” New Zealand is considering adopting a proposed Abortion Legislation Bill . Abortion in New Zealand is currently allowed only in limited situations where the mother’s life or health is in danger, in cases of serious fetal abnormalities, or if the pregnancy is a result of incest. The Proposed Bill would legalize and drastically expand abortion. It would strip away protections, not only for unborn babies, but also for healthcare providers who object on... read more

Churches and religious charities are coming under increasing pressure to disregard their faith, as the Left attempts to bury the sacred in red tape. They are hampered in their ability to do the work their faith dictates. The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a new pro-religious liberty rule that would protect churches and religious charities from being forced to hire outside their faith. Yesterday, we filed legal comments in support of this rule. Churches and religious organizations... read more

Captive Christian teen Leah Sharibu is reportedly still alive, but her life remains in grave danger at the hands of the jihadist army Boko Haram. The ACLJ is continually taking action to win her freedom, standing before the United Nations urging global pressure to save young Leah’s life. As we’ve told you , 16-year-old Leah Sharibu was one of 110 schoolgirls violently abducted from their village in Nigeria by the vile Islamic terrorists Boko Haram. Five of those innocent girls did not survive. read more

In breaking news, Iran directly attacked Saudi Arabia, and according to President Trump, the U.S. is “locked and loaded.” On today’s Jay Sekulow Live , we discussed an attack Saturday on a Saudi oil facility, drastically affecting oil output. It was initially believed to be a drone attack by the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. It has since come to light that this attack does not appear to have emanated out of Yemen. It appears to have come directly out of Iran. As reported in the Wall... read more

After last night’s debate, the message from the Democrat presidential candidates to conservative Americans is clear: “You’re racist. We’ll take your guns. And we’ll also take more of your money.” On today’s show, we discussed last night’s third debate among the surviving ten Democrats vying to be their party’s presidential candidate. The takeaways last night were that they labeled us racist, and they are going to take our guns away. But although we’re all considered racist for being... read more

Tonight, ten democrats will take the stage in Houston for the third presidential candidate debate. Today on the show, we discussed tonight’s debate in Houston, Texas. It’s the first time we’re getting a single night debate now that the field of candidates has been whittled down to ten. I think the two to watch tonight will be Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren. It still seems like the Democrats believe Biden is their only real hope of beating President Trump, despite his many gaffs and faux pas. As... read more

Breaking news again . . . our National Motto has come under attack. The National Motto of the United States of America is: “In God We Trust .” Now you may not have even known about that. You may not have even known what our National Motto is as it's not something we often discuss in our country. But it is under attack. There are groups out there, atheist organizations; I like to call them angry atheist organizations because not every atheist or agnostic person out there wants to take any... read more

President Trump decided over the weekend to cancel secret, direct talks with leaders of the Taliban, after yet another suicide bombing that killed another U.S. soldier. While the talks, scheduled for Camp David, were a secret—the efforts for a “peace deal” with the Taliban has been very public and going on for a year, led by special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad. President Trump was right to cancel the talks, and further, to end all negotiations with the Taliban for the time being. For, in fact, these... read more