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Will Obama’s Top DHS Honchos Be Made to Answer in Court for Defying Immigration Order?

The Fifth Circuit should uphold federal district court Judge Andrew Hanen’s preliminary injunction against President Obama’s immigration amnesty program.

How Sanctuary Policies Have Directly Led to Thousands of Crimes Against Americans

Sanctuary policies directly victimized thousands of the residents of sanctuary cities who were subjected to assaults, burglaries, sexual assaults, thefts and even murders.

Obama’s Slow Growth Policies Have Stacked the Deck Against American Workers

This column by ACRU General Counsel Peter Ferrara was published December 26, 2013 on Forbes.com. President Obama told us in his December 4 economic coming out speech on inequality, which the Huffington Post called the most important speech of his Presidency, “But we know that people’s frustrations run deeper than these most recent political battles. Their frustration is rooted in…

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Lies, Lies and More Presidential Lies

This column by ACRU Senior Fellow Robert Knight was published January 5, 2014 on The Washington Times website. One bad thing about our media-mad age is that it’s difficult to keep up with all the lies we’re being told by our government. The good news is that falsehoods don’t have the legs they once had. Remember when Director of National…

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ACLU to New York Cops: Drop Dead

This column by ACRU Senior Fellow Robert Knight was published October 27, 2013 on

Holder Undercut FBI by Giving Tsarnaev Miranda Rights

This column by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski was published April 26, 2013 on Breitbart.com. Updating our earlier report: Details are emerging that when U.S. Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler read Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights, she went to his hospital room accompanied by a federal public defender (meaning taxpayer-funded) and an assistant U.S. attorney from the Massachusetts prosecutor’s office….

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Holder Undercut FBI by Giving Tsarnaev Miranda Rights

This column by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski was published April 26, 2013 on Breitbart.com. Updating our earlier report: Details are emerging that when U.S. Magistrate Judge Marianne Bowler read Dzhokhar Tsarnaev his Miranda rights, she went to his hospital room accompanied by a federal public defender (meaning taxpayer-funded) and an assistant U.S. attorney from the Massachusetts prosecutor’s office….

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Tsarnaev the Fraud

This column by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Jan LaRue was published April 23, 2013 on the American Thinker website. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be tried by a military commission at Guantanamo Bay rather than in U.S. federal court on charges related to the Boston Marathon bombing. Naturalized American citizenship obtained by fraud is revocable. There is Supreme Court precedent for revoking…

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Updated: Label Tsarnaev Enemy Combatant for Now, Can Give Bill of Rights Later

This column by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski was published April 21, 2013 on Breitbart.com. This is an update to an earlier story, presenting the analysis of why the Constitution probably entitles Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to the full range of protections in the Bill of Rights that he would receive as a civilian in federal district court. As indicated at…

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For Now, Public-Safety Exception Precludes Bomber’s Miranda Rights

This column by ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski was published April 20, 2013 on Breitbart.com. As a newly-minted U.S. citizen captured on U.S. soil, Boston terrorist suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev will get the full range of constitutional protections from the Bill of Rights, as we explained yesterday, except one: Tsarnaev wasn’t read his Miranda rights. In 1966, the heyday of…

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