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On Wednesday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” Former Pennsylvania Senator and Presidential candidate, Rick Santorum joins Tony to weigh in on the city of Houston subpoenaing pastor’s sermons and other communications. FRC Action Director, Josh Duggar is here with an update from the Faith, Family, Freedom bus tour, he will also highlight the Watchmen on the Wall pastor’s briefing happening in Kansas tomorrow. Also, FRC’s Director of the Center for Religious Liberty, Travis Weber joins Tony to spotlight the U. S. District Court Judge last night in Puerto Rico that upheld their definition of marriage being between one man and one woman.

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October 18, 2014

On this weekend edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Fox News' Todd Starnes joined Tony to share the latest attack on religious liberty in Houston, where the city is demanding those pastors who spoke out against their recent ordinance where men can use women's restrooms are ordered to turn over their "sermons and other communications" regarding their stance. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was here to spotlight his recent efforts to highlight what he calls the "Principles for American Renewal," where he lays out the positive values of the GOP platform and how they work for America. Also, the Vice President of Programs and Government Relations for Samaritan's Purse, Ken Isaacs is here to discuss the Ebola threat within the U.S. and common sense action steps we should be taking.

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Commentary

October 20, 2014

At Wal-Mart, they aren't just rolling back prices -- they're rolling back health care! Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Wal-Mart knows plenty about good deals, but thanks to ObamaCare, but it got a raw deal. Unfortunately, America's largest private company threw its support behind the health care law -- and now it's finding out what a bad idea that was. Now that the individual mandate is in effect, ordering everyone to buy health insurance, a lot more Wal-Mart employees signed up for coverage. And that's sending expenses through the roof -- so much so, that the company had to make some tough decisions. "We can't take our eyes off costs," said one executive. The only option was a difficult one: cutting health care for 30,000 part-time workers, and raising premiums on everyone else. Target, Home Depot, and others have had to do the same. It's a painful reality for every business under the law. Even if Wal-Mart's employees are healthy, its bottom line is anything but.

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