June 2006 Headlines
The Supreme Court in the last few decades has given us the right to abortion, the right to gay sex, and the wall of separation between church and state.
The history of Republican presidents being burned goes back decades. Perhaps the biggest Republican presidential blunder was made in the 1950s by Dwight Eisenhower, when he picked Earl Warren to head the high court.
Judicial activism may seem like a relatively new concept, but it actually began more than 200 years ago in a very famous case that changed the court and American history.
Some Christian leaders say we may be in the most critical moment of prayer in the history of America.
The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, created by our founding fathers more than 200 years ago. But the days of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are gone. And one lasting document has now turned into two competing philosophies.
Mark Levin is a constitutional lawyer, radio talk show host and author. Pat Robertson spoke with Levin about the growing problems in the Supreme Court.
Pat Robertson talks with the ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow about the Senate filibusters that are stalling judicial appointments.