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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Month in Review – August 2020

Our fight for faith and freedom continues!  Here are the highlights for August: * On August 6, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi argued our motion for a preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York.  The motion was filed…

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Month in Review – July 2020

Our fight against tyranny continues!  Here are the highlights for July—a very busy month: * On July 1, we filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Commissioner of the New York Department of Health, challenging the Governor’s recent order, Executive…

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Month in Review – June 2020

Our fight against tyranny continues.  Here are the highlights for June: * On June 8, we filed a petition for writ of certiorari in the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the high court to review an important First Amendment case where a pro-lifer (our client) was unlawfully arrested…

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Lifting the Pandemic Veil

Yesterday, we filed a full-throated response to Governor Whitmer’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit challenging her draconian and unconstitutional restrictions on our liberty.   As we saw with recent events, the quickest way to end a pandemic is apparently through rioting for “social justice” — so long as…

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Month in Review – May 2020

Our fight against tyranny during this COVID-19 “pandemic” continues.  Here are the highlights for May: * On May 4, we filed a full-throated response to a brief filed by Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who recently intervened in the lawsuit we filed in federal court in Minnesota…

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A Memorial Day Message from AFLC

Please take a moment today to say a prayer for our veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice.  We must never forget all that they have done for us.  Indeed, we enjoy the freedoms we have today because of them. As Ronald Reagan famously observed, “Freedom is never…

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Month in Review – April 2020

Due to the tyrannical response to COVID-19 by some Governors, we have been exceedingly busy this month.  Here are the highlights: * On April 1, we filed a civil rights lawsuit against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the City of Detroit, challenging the constitutionality of the Governor’s Executive Order…

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Month in Review – March 2020

Here are our highlights for March “madness”—as COVID-19 has radically changed the lives of so many of us in so many ways.  As you can see, we remain hard at work, defending faith and freedom! * On March 9, the parties held a status conference in the…

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We Remain Vigilant!

In 1971, the U.S. Supreme Court stated the following: “In times of unrest, whether caused by crime or racial conflict or fear of internal subversion [or, we would add, fear of a pandemic], this basic law [the Fourth Amendment right against unlawful search and seizures] and the…

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