Month in Review – May 2021

Here are the highlights for May: * On May 12, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel Robert Muise participated in oral argument before a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit in our case filed on behalf of Sally Ness. In this lawsuit,…

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Month in Review – April 2021

April was mostly a month of preparation—preparation for potentially two new federal lawsuits involving social media censorship (Twitter and Facebook) and the Biden administration.  Stay tuned for more on that! * On April 5, we filed our reply brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the…

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Month in Review – March 2021

With COVID causing huge delays in the courts (and huge delays with getting justice), we wanted to give you a quick update as part of this monthly report of several important cases that are awaiting action from the courts. *But first, we are pleased to announce that…

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Month in Review – February 2021

It is not an exaggeration to say that We the People must take bold action to save America. “Progressive” politicians on the Left, who are supported by big tech and their propaganda machine in the media, seek to destroy the America we love. The American Freedom Law…

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Month in Review – January 2021

With Left-wing tyrants now in charge of the levers of power in government, the media, and big tech, we expect to be quite busy during this new year.  As you know, we fight for faith and freedom, and the Left hates both. Here are the highlights for…

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Month in Review – December 2020

Here are the highlights for the month of December: * On December 3, the Michigan Attorney General and the Director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights took the deposition of AFLC Co-Founder David Yerushalmi, who testified on behalf of AFLC. This deposition is part of AFLC’s…

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Month in Review – November 2020

Here are the highlights for the crazy month of November: * On November 2, we filed our reply brief in support of our motion for preliminary injunction in our civil rights lawsuit against Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, the Pennsylvania Attorney General, and Dr. Rachel Levine, the Secretary…

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Happy Birthday Marines!

Since the birth of our nation, our liberty has been purchased by valiant men and women of deep conviction, great courage, and bold action.  The cost has often been in blood and tremendous sacrifice.  As America’s guardians of freedom, United States Marines are counted among the world’s…

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Month in Review – October 2020

Here are the highlights for another busy month: * On October 1, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel Robert Muise took the depositions of Agustin Arbulu, the former director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR).  This deposition is part of AFLC’s ongoing civil rights lawsuit against…

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Month in Review – September 2020

Here are the highlights for an exceedingly busy September: * On September 1, we filed a reply in support of our client’s emergency motion for an injunction pending appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in our lawsuit challenging the executive orders of New York Governor…

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