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On Thursday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina, guest hosts for Tony. Author of the book, God's Not Dead, Rice Broocks will join Dr. Land to discuss the books success as a movie and how important it is to stand for our Christian faith.

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April 12, 2014

On this week's edition of Washington Watch Weekly, the newest member of the FRC team, fired Fox Sports Southwest football analyst Craig James joined Tony to discuss religious freedom and his new role as Assistant to the President. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) was on to talk about the latest news in the on-going saga between the investigation into the IRS targeting of conservative groups and Lois Lerner potentially being held in contempt of Congress. Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) joined Tony to discuss the positive news that Air Force officials will be meeting this month to reconsider their restrictive policies on religious expression in the military.

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  • Read FRC's statement on Craig James joining the team
  • Visit Rep. Jim Jordan's website and follow Rep. Jordan on Twitter - @Jim_Jordan
  • Visit Sen. Mike Lee's website and follow Sen. Lee on Twitter - @SenMikeLee
  • Watchthe exchange between Sen. Mike Lee and the Secretary of the Air Force, Deborah James


April 15, 2014

At Carillon Elementary School, teachers on cafeteria duty weren't monitoring lunch; they were out to lunch on students' rights. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. First, prayer wasn't allowed in the classroom. Now it isn't even allowed in the cafeteria! One five-year-old found that out the hard way when a teacher stopped her from bowing her head over lunch. "But it's good to pray," the little girl said. No, the teacher replied, "It's not good." When she got home, Marcos Perez was shocked to hear what happened to his daughter. He fired off an letter to the principal, who promised to remind the staff that prayer is allowed. But for the Perezes, who were already concerned about Florida's Common Core, the damage had already been done. They pulled their daughter out of Carillon and decided to homeschool her. As for the other kids, it's a shame. Judging by the state of our culture, more not less prayer is need in our schools!

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