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On Tuesday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Gary Bauer, President of American Values, joins Tony to discuss our joint poll released today that shows 82 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning independents believe marriage should be defined only as a union between one man and one woman. Also, Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr., President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, will be on to talk about his recent e-book released refuting God and the Gay Christian written by Matthew Vines.

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  • Read more about FRC and American Values's poll on marriage
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Weekend Edition

April 19, 2014

On this week's edition of Washington Watch Weekly, Tony was live from the Willard Hotel in Washington D.C. for FRC's annual Faith and Family Summit last Friday. Terry Jeffrey, Editor-And-Chief for CNS News, joined Tony to discuss his latest articles and MSNBC's attack on Governor Bryant of Mississippi for his support of religious freedom. Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) was on to talk about his latest stance against Eric Holder and his ability to withhold funds until he receives certain overdue documents he has been asking for. Also, FRC's Executive Vice President and founding member of the Army's Delta Force, Lt. General (ret.) Jerry Boykin joined Tony to discuss the recent news coming from Air Force leadership that we may finally get an answer on their definition of religious expression.

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April 22, 2014

"Given the state of our nation, why aren't you here?" Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Dr. Lawrence White recounts the story of Pastor Martin Niemoller who was arrested and imprisoned for faithfully preaching the word of God in Nazi Germany. The morning after his arrest a fellow minister serving as chaplain at the city jail saw Niemoller in the holding cell. And exclaimed "My brother! What did you do? Why are you here? Niemoller's response, "My brother, given what's happened in our country, why aren't you here?" Recent headlines trumpeted the ouster of former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich. His crime? Donating $1000, 5 years ago, to California's successful marriage protection amendment. Homosexual activists have now demanded he step down. Eich is not the first, the list of those attacked for supporting natural marriage and/or biblical morality is growing. Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson, Fox Sports Craig James, The Olympics' Peter Vidmar, and Gallaudet University's Angela McCaskill. They refused to surrender their faith and their freedoms. Given the state of our culture shouldn't your name on the list?

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