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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. Fox News' Todd Starnes is here to spotlight the latest attack on religious liberty in Tennessee as a high school student was sent to in-school suspension for simply saying "God bless you" in class after another student sneezed. Also, FRC's Director of the Center for Human Dignity, Arina Grossu, will be on to discuss the latest HHS mandate exemption for religious groups. She'll pull the veil back on the accounting gimmicks of this administration.

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Weekend Edition

August 23, 2014

On this weekend edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Former Pennsylvania Senator and Presidential candidate, Rick Santorum, joined Tony to discuss the latest on the turmoil in the Middle East regarding both the Islamic State and the Israel/Hamas ceasefire talks. Tony has a special interview from the ground in Jerusalem with the International spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Mark Regev. Bureau Chief for CBN News, Chris Mitchell, who was fresh off the ground in Iraq joined Tony to discuss the latest from the area and give his firsthand account of the egregious situation there. Also, National Religious Broadcasters President Jerry Johnson and Bott Radio Network founder Rich Bott were here to discuss their trip to Israel and their effort to spotlight Christian support for the State of Israel.

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August 22, 2014

Surfer Derek Rabelo may be blind, but he sure hasn't lost sight of his priorities. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Surfing is always dangerous -- but surfing without seeing? Well, that's almost impossible. Unless you're Derek Rabelo. Named after a famous surfer, Derek's parents never imagined their baby -- born blind -- would be able to fall in love with their sport. Years later, Derek started taking lessons and eventually caught the eye of a local surf pro who helped the teenager use his senses to tackle some of the biggest pipelines in the world. Word about the blind surfer spread -- so much so that a Christian film company decided to make a documentary about his inspiring story. But to Derek, the real story is God's grace. "If I surf," he told World magazine, "it's because He gave me this gift, and I'm really grateful for it." No matter what your eyesight, Derek reminds everyone that seeing the Light is all that matters

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