Chief Justice John Roberts ruled this week that religious gatherings have the same constitutional protections as football games or Who concerts and therefore state governments CAN limit access to worship. The Chief Justice sided with the 4 leftist judges to reach this conclusion. We wish we were making this up. This has left us gasping in surprise, but not giving up - EVER - on defending your first freedom to worship.
7/13: Democrats might have succeeded in derailing Kavanaugh’s nomination if it weren’t for the courageous women who bucked the progressive groupthink and stood true to their moral compass.
7/12: ACRU Policy Board member and senior fellow Ken Blackwell reports on a new book that looks at how liberal women's outlandish behavior during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation actually helped the future Supreme Court Justice.
7/8: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the liberal media seemingly ignoring a well-sourced, bestselling book on what really happened during the contentious Brett Kavanaugh hearings.
5/14: President Trump made plenty of campaign promises, as does any candidate. But this president has done what his predecessors often fail to accomplish: he has kept his promises.
5/1: These personal attacks on Mr. Moore sadly replicate the same failed strategy of personal slander aimed at Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and most of the president’s cabinet members.
4/24: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains why George Mason University's response to those protesting the hiring of Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a disgrace to Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court.
3/15: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Senate confirming Neomi Rao to a seat on the DC Circuit Court once held by Brett Kavanaugh.
12/10: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on justices Kavanaugh and Roberts rejecting cases that involve Planned Parenthood.
11/27: We learned during the fight over Justice Brett Kavanaugh that Democrats will stop at nothing to block nominees who defend the Constitution’s limits on government.