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The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing a case, for the second time, involving the federal government’s program of overseas aid to fight the spread of the HIV virus. In US Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International ( AID v. AOSI ), grantees challenged part of the 2003 President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) initiative created by President George W. Bush, and enacted by Congress. As stated on the government website : “PEPFAR has saved millions of lives, read more

In breaking news over the weekend: Is Mayor Bloomberg really considering Hillary Clinton as his running mate for Vice-President? On today’s Jay Sekulow Live ,we discussed the rumors that swirled all over the weekend about Mayor Bloomberg potentially picking Hillary Clinton to be his running mate, as well as his insulting comments about farmers. As I said on the show, something I really respect about President Trump is his admiration for the working man. He doesn’t belittle the coal miner. He... read more

At the ACLJ, we’re well aware that the Internet is being weaponized to incite hate and violence against people of faith – and in particular, more and more openly and dangerously against Jews. In the United States, Jews make up only about 2% of the population, yet Jews are the victims of hate crimes more than members of any other faith group – in fact, more than all faith groups combined. According to the FBI , about 60% of all attacks in our country targeting people because of their faith are... read more

Is Socialist Bernie Sanders on track to win the Democrat nomination for President? On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed the race for the Democrat nomination and the fact that Senator Bernie Sanders has taken the lead in the latest poll. Vice-President Joe Biden has liked to talk a lot over the last few days about how the first two states out of fifty don’t matter. It’s such a small percentage of the vote and he’s still leading in the national polls. Well, Morning Consult conducted a poll... read more

The ACLJ secured a victory last week on behalf of a federal law enforcement employee whose religious liberty came under attack. We are continually taking action to defend the religious liberty of Americans across the country. We’ve told you how we have successfully defended schoolchildren who have been chastised by school officials for displaying their faith at school, and a teacher who was ordered not to display a nativity scene in her holiday display. We recently took action for a Christian... read more

Is there any room left for pro-life voters in the Democrat Party? On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed, because of Senator Amy Klobuchar’s comments , the question of whether or not pro-life voters are welcome in the Democrat Party. Senator Klobuchar said on ABC: Well first, I say this; I’m strongly pro-choice. I have always been pro-choice. But I believe we are a big tent party, and there are pro-life Democrats, and they are part of our party. And I think we need to build a big tent. I... read more

This week, the ACLJ filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court, urging the Court to reverse two decisions from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that severely diminished the religious liberty of churches and religious schools. The two cases, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Agnes Morrissey-Beru , and St James School v. Biel, involve the important religious liberty principle called “the ministerial exception.” Broader than its name implies, the ministerial exception protects... read more

Yesterday was the Presidential Primary in New Hampshire. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed the New Hampshire Presidential Primary results and what it means for the election. The results are in and some were a bit surprising in some instances. This is not being widely reported, but President Trump received 129,509 votes (with 99% reporting) in the Republican Primary. Just so you know, that is the highest ever achieved by an incumbent that has been recorded, ever. On the Democrat side, I... read more

Iran is Exporting Terrorism - Sekulow Ep. 547

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We have a special presentation with excerpts from ACLJ Films 2011 documentary, “The Export.” /// It is happening all over the world. The Iranian Revolution of 1979 is being exported and radical Islamic extremists, dedicated to destroying freedom and democracy, are on the move. Whether it’s the...

The New Hampshire primary – progressives versus socialists – is today. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed the New Hampshire Democrat primary. Tonight, and I say this with caution, we should have the results of the New Hampshire Democrat Presidential Primary. Last Tuesday night, which was the night before the acquittal of the President in the impeachment trial, everybody expected that we were going to have the results of the Iowa Caucus. I still don’t think they are in quite correctly, read more