Thursday, October 8, 2009

Supreme Court/Mojave Cross update

The Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States have heard oral arguments in the Salazar v. Buono case, a lawsuit in which the display of a Mojave Desert cross to honor war veterans is being challenged.

The plaintiffs claim that the cross is offensive, and because of that ''offense'' they're entitled to sue in court. The ACLJ fundamentally disagrees. To create a constitutional crisis out of an eight-foot cross honoring veterans is wrong.

Take just two minutes to view a special video update from the Supreme Court steps!

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) filed a critical brief with the Court, representing 15 Members of Congress and tens of thousands of our members from across the country.

There is no question - religious symbols are constitutional. In fact, the Supreme Court Justices ruled unanimously earlier this year in a similar case regarding display of the Ten Commandments.

View the brief video report now!

We are expecting a decision in early Spring, and because of the support of members all over America, we can also expect a victory!

Thanks for staying informed and involved. Visit us online at and be sure to tune in to Jay Sekulow Live! for further updates on this and other key issues and cases.

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