Mathew Staver, Founder and Chairman Liberty Counsel. As you probably know, Anita and I are in Israel this week with Liberty Ambassador Counsel members touring the Holy Land. We are also meeting with senior members of Israel’s political, military, economic, and educational leadership. But we have important, breaking news
From the Desk of: Mat Staver. Although Anita and I are in Israel with a group of Liberty Ambassador Counsel members, we are very much aware that President Obama and his administration are embroiled in a series of scandals unlike any we have seen before. The entire world is fully aware the United States has unreliable leadership
From the Desk of Mat Staver:Anita and I are in Israel this week with Liberty Ambassador Council members touring the Holy Land. We are also meeting with senior members of Israel’s political, military, economic, and educational leadership. We were heartbroken to learn of the tragic outbreak of killer tornadoes in Oklahoma
The Fourth Circuit has released the audio of the lawsuit against ObamaCare where Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, presented oral arguments. Hear it here!
The implementation and enforcement of ObamaCare promises to become the most intense assault on the rights of Americans in the history of our nation. President Obama has carefully chosen the most radical of radicals to run the agencies responsible for the enforcement of ObamaCare’s outrageous mandates.If confirmed as
Twice before, attempts by the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee to vote on Thomas Perez’ nomination to be Secretary of Labor were delayed and derailed. He finally limped through without getting anything more than lock-step Democratic support. Thomas Perez still has a major hurdle to overcome,
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) are considering caving in to LGBT activist pressure and potentially allowing openly practicing homosexuals to participate in their program. In a misguided attempt to compromise with pro-homosexual activists, the Boy Scouts of America will vote this week on a policy change toward the participation