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On Tuesday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” Rep. Trent Franks joins Tony to discuss the Iranians’ successful test launch of a long range precision guided missile. Also, Fox News' Todd Starnes, joins Tony to discuss the latest on the Wichita State University’s chapel. Controversy arose in May when university officials tore out the pews and altar in the chapel to make the chapel “faith neutral.”

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The career of a warrior is now at risk because he did the right thing.  When Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland was told by a 12 year-old Afghan boy’s mother that an Afghan military leader had chained her son to his bed in order to repeatedly rape him, Sgt. Martland and his captain confronted the Afghan leader.

While most of us would consider the act of trying to stop the sexual abuse of a child as a normal human response, Sgt. Martland was reprimanded for this action. This winner of two Bronze Stars, including one for valor, has been told he will be dismissed from the military in November.

Sgt. Martland’s case is unfortunately not unique. While the sexual abuse of children is widespread in Afghanistan, the New York Times reports, "Among American military personnel and civilians who served in Afghanistan, it was well known that many wealthy and prominent Afghans rape boys, often making them dress up as women and dance at gatherings during which they are assaulted -- and that Western officials often turned a blind eye to the practice for fear of alienating allies."

What does it mean to be an American soldier?  If our brave men and women must turn away from such atrocities in the name of not alienating ... (more)

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How to Overcome Planned Parenthood's Wall of Lies

by Rob Schwarzwalder

Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Stream on October 2, 2015. Selma Cohen is not dead. Who is Selma Cohen and why is this news? Due to a computer error, Medicaid declared Mrs. Cohen deceased. Here’s what happened: Cohen said she came to the Medicaid office in Crown Heights, Brooklyn where a clerk told her they could not help her, and she would have to go to the Social Security office to apply for a state ID to prove she is alive. The process could have taken ... (more)

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Bedtime, School Time and Families

by Rob Schwarzwalder

Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared in the Courier-Post on October 7, 2015. It’s been said that bedtime is the perfect time for kids to ask questions, request food, require additional bathroom breaks and need a nightlight. All parents can identify with that! Sometimes the simple act of tucking a little one into bed seems like the implementation of a military campaign. Another thing all parents share is the desire for a quality education for their children. Preparing our ... (more)

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A Legal Perspective: Does Same-Sex Marriage Mean the End of Tax Exemption for Churches and Religious Institutions?

by Travis Weber

Tax exemption for religious institutions “is going to be an issue.”[1] These are the words of President Obama’s Solicitor General Donald Verilli when he was asked during oral argument in Obergefell v. Hodges[2] whether a school could retain tax exempt status after engaging in “discrimination” for not approving of same-sex marriage. In the wake of Obergefell, in which the Supreme Court held that states must license same-sex marriages and recognize such licenses issued by other states, some advocates quickly ... (more)