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On Friday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" FRC's Assistant to the President, Craig James, guest hosts for Tony. FRC's Common Core expert, Sarah Perry, joins Craig to discuss New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's recent comments on Common Core and how the federal educational standards are a failure.  FRC's Director of the Center for Religious Liberty, Travis Weber, joins the show to discuss Senator Marco Rubio's comments on the future of religious liberty. Also, Alliance Defending Freedom's Legal Counsel Matt Sharp joins Craig to discuss how liberal morality is being taught in public schools across the country.

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Ken Blackwell is Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment and Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Washington Times on May 5, 2015. The rioting in Baltimore is disturbing to all Americans, as the unresolved cause of Freddie Gray’s death while in police custody should be as well. It is right that political and religious leaders, community groups, business organizations and law enforcement officials are commenting about all the causes and effects of the riots. However, one ... (more)

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Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared in Christian Headlines on May 19, 2015. Leslie Loftis is an attorney (J.D., University of Texas) whose primary role these days is a wife and mother of four young children (good call on the priorities, Leslie). In The Federalist, she has written one of the most thorough analyses of the potential of religious entities losing their tax-exempt status should the Supreme Court miraculously find a “right” to same-sex “marriage” ... (more)