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By Michael Farris, Jr. Posted on: | September 21, 2018

Alliance Defending Freedom has been recognized for its tireless work defending First Amendment freedoms at the U.S. Supreme Court. Also, Sarah Sanders “controversially” is part of a church that teaches intelligent design, Chelsea Clinton says being pro-life is unchristian, and more from the Alliance Alert team!


ADF in the News

SCOTUSBlog: Empirical SCOTUS: Supreme Court all-stars 2013-2017

SCOTUSBlog, the award-winning legal blog dedicated to U.S. Supreme Court coverage, recently collected a list of "Supreme Court All-Stars" that lists attorneys and law firms with significant and multiple Supreme Court wins between 2013 and 2017. Alliance Defending Freedom tops the list of First Amendment victories, and three ADF attorneys are on the list of attorneys with most First Amendment wins, with ADF senior counsel David Cortman at the top.


Religious Freedom

The Daily Caller: New Yorker Profile of Sarah Sanders Appears to Mock Her Christian Faith

The New Yorker magazine recently published a profile on White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders. In a tweet publicizing the piece, The New Yorker revealed "hard-hitting" facts that Sanders is part of a church that teaches intelligent design and that she believes the Bible to be true. Many have questioned the motivation behind this attempt to focus on her religious beliefs.


Marriage and the Family

National Review: Pediatricians’ Group Urges Acceptance of Children’s Preferred Gender

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently issued guidelines urging parents whose children experience confusion about their sex to encourage those kids to act as the opposite sex. The organization says its goal is to reduce discrimination against gender-confused youth, yet it recommends dangerous practices that can harm children.


Sanctity of Life

The Daily Wire: WATCH: 'Deeply Religious' Chelsea Clinton Says 'It's Unchristian' To End Legal Abortion

Chelsea Clinton recently said during a radio interview that she believes it would be "unchristian" to protect life in the womb. Saying that her "deeply religious" motivations drive her views, she claims women pre-Roe faced many risks when aborting their babies. While she alludes to the dangers of pre-Roe abortions—which NARAL co-founder Bernard Nathanson has admitted were greatly exaggerated—Clinton made no mention of the untold numbers of unborn children and women who have died through abortions since Roe.


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Michael Farris, Jr.

Legal Content Manager

Michael Farris, Jr., serves as Legal Content Manager for Alliance Defending Freedom and is a Virginia-born Idaho convert.

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