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On Wednesday’s edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" President of Southern Evangelical Seminary, Dr. Richard Land guest hosts for Tony. FRC’s Executive Vice President and founding member of the Army’s Delta Force, Lt General (ret) Jerry Boykin joins Dr. Land to discuss the latest DOD report regarding sexual assault in the military. He will also highlight the latest Senate report released on U.S. interrogation tactics.

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Help a Chaplain Disciplined for His Faith

This cannot stand. When a military chaplain cannot openly speak about his faith, military disarmament has reached a level that no budget cuts could ever produce.

On November 20th, Capt. Joseph Lawhorn, U.S. Army Chaplain at Fort Benning, participated in a mandatory suicide awareness and prevention briefing in which he gave a presentation describing resources – both spiritual and secular – that were available for handling such grave mental health situations. He went further and discussed his personal struggles with depression, describing the spiritual and religious steps that helped him during those dark times in his life.

As a result of the chaplain’s discussion of his faith, he was called into his brigade commander’s office on Thanksgiving Day. There Col. David G. Fivecoat issued Chaplain Lawhorn a Letter of Concern that is to remain in his personnel file for the duration of his stay at Fort Benning. This type of letter can be devastating for career military personnel and would likely prohibit further professional advancement of Chaplain Lawhorn.

The fact that a chaplain was reprimanded for discussing his faith in a suicide prevention course is beyond belief. It casts a chilling effect upon other chaplains and military personnel who would speak about their faith. How else would a Christian chaplain ... (more)

Abortion in Obamacare

Due to a lack of transparency in Obamacare, Americans are again finding that it is very difficult, or even impossible, to clearly discern whether the Obamacare plan they are considering includes abortion. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found that 1,036 of Obamacare plans sold in 2014 included abortion on demand. Learn more about these plans in your state!

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Pro-life wave washes over midterms

by Ken Blackwell and Arina Grossu

Ken Blackwell is Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment and Arina Grossu is Director of the Center for Human Dignity at the Family Research Council. This article appeared in the Washington Times on December 8, 2014. Democratic candidates trotted out the cliched “war on women” theme in the midterms. Advocates of abortion-on-demand worked to convince voters they had women’s interests at heart. It hasn’t worked in the past and, in 2014, it really didn’t work. In Colorado, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall harped on that ... (more)

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Mapping America 136: Ever Forced to Have Intercourse

by Pat Fagan

Mapping America 136: Ever Forced to Have Intercourse The 2002 cycle of the National Survey of Family Growth showed that among women aged 38 to 44,1 ever being forced to have sexual intercourse is least common among those raised in an intact married family and among those who save sex for marriage. Chart 1 Family structure of origin: At the time of the survey, fewer women raised in an intact family had ever been forced to have sexual intercourse than those raised in a non-intact family. Thirty eight percent of those raised in an always single ... (more)

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Christmas: No Time for Public Expression of Faith?

by Travis Weber

Travis Weber, Esq. is Director of the Center For Religious Liberty at Family Research Council. This article appeared in News-Democrat and Leader on December 18, 2014. Around this time of the year, the “War on Christmas” and the “War on the War on Christmas” once again enter the public discourse, with each side claiming support from assorted statistics and anecdotes. Though there are certainly some who inexcusably exaggerate threats to public religious expression and others who claim there is no hostility to ... (more)