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TBN’s “ACLJ This Week” Brings High Energy Discussion of Legal Issues to Television


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Nov 23(Los Angeles)--- Now there’s a quick-hitting and informative television program devoted to examining the most critical legal, political, and cultural issues of the day. That’s the message of Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and host of the popular television show “ACLJ This Week.” Focused primarily on legal issues that impact people of faith, “ACLJ This Week,” is featured on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the world’s largest religious network and America’s most watched faith channel.

"ACLJ This Week” offers fast-paced analysis and commentary on the most pertinent legal issues of the day. “‘ACLJ This Week’ is very similar to ‘Hardball’ with Chris Matthews and ‘On the Record’ with Greta Van Susteren,” states Sekulow. “It’s a regular panel of ACLJ lawyers that are giving very quick and very high energy commentary on what’s happening.”

With its panel of legal experts, “ACLJ This Week” offers current information on what’s happening in both Washington and the around World. “We discuss issues that affect Christians,” says Sekulow. “Whether it’s freedom of worship or issues like abortion or school prayer, we give everybody an up-to-date perspective of what’s going on in the news.”

Based in Washington, D.C., the American Center for Law and Justice specializes in constitutional law. “Through our work in the courts and the legislative arena, the ACLJ is dedicated to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms,” says Sekulow.

Twice named as one of the “100 Most Influential Lawyers” in the United States, Sekulow, himself, has appeared before the high court on numerous occasions, successfully arguing several precedent-setting cases before the Supreme Court including the protection of free speech rights for pro-life demonstrators and defending the constitutional rights of religious groups to have equal access to public facilities.

“Through our work in the courts and the legislative arena, the ACLJ is dedicated to protecting your religious and constitutional freedoms,” says Sekulow. With “ACLJ This Week,” Sekulow and his panel of experts make sure that people know about the important legal issues that affect their lives.

“‘ACLJ This Week’ is a ‘must watch’ for everyone interested in constitutional issues and religious freedoms,” states Dr. Michael Vlach, Professor of Ethics and Philosophy at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, Nebraska. “Jay and his experts do an excellent job of keeping people informed and alerting them to any intrusions on our constitutional freedoms.”

Recently “ACLJ This Week” has focused on the issues of judicial nominations and possible filibusters. Sekulow and his panel have also been analyzing the results of the 2004 election. “I was thrilled that the issue of moral values played such a significant role,” says Sekulow. “The Christian community did a phenomenal job of getting out the vote. And a lot of credit goes out to TBN because they ran a number of specials and spots regularly that really had an impact. And that’s why I think you saw the largest electoral turnout in U.S. history.”

The television program, “ACLJ This Week,” is seen on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). The show airs each Friday evening at 7:00 pm (ET) and then is re-broadcast the following Monday at 12:00 midnight (ET).

“ACLJ This Week” is part of Trinity Broadcasting Network’s growing list of landmark, innovative, and upscale programming values. TBN offers 24 hours of commercial-free inspirational programming that appeals to people in a wide variety of denominations. Faith-based programs include gospel music concerts, informative talk shows, and contemporary music videos. There are also enriching programs for children, health and fitness shows, news and information programs as well as theatrical released movies and uplifting worship services from America’s premier churches. TBN now reaches every major continent via 46 satellites and over 10,000 television and cable affiliates worldwide. In the United States, TBN is available to 92% of the total households. Its website receives over 25 million visitors monthly.

For more information about “ACLJ This Week,” visit www.aclj.org or TBN at www.tbn.org.



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