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On Tuesday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina, guest hosts for Tony. Fox News' Todd Starnes will join Dr. Land to discuss his latest piece on the ENDA executive order signed by the President yesterday and the effect it will have on religious freedom. Also, Director of Media and Public Relations for Voice of the Martyrs, Todd Nettleton, will be on to talk about the egregious situation in Iraq as Christians in Mosul are being threatened with their lives by the terrorist group ISIS.

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Related Radio Resources:

  • Read the latest on the ENDA executive order signed by President Obama yesterday
  • Follow Todd Starnes on Twitter -  @ToddStarnes
  • Read more about the situation in Mosul, Iraq
  • Watch Tony's appearance on Fox News "Kelly File with Megyn Kelly" on the situation in Iraq

Weekend Edition

July 12, 2014

On this weekend's edition of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, best-selling author and founder of The Joshua Fund, Joel Rosenberg joined Tony to discuss the latest on the situation in Israel and the biblical implications it carries. Fox News' Todd Starnes was on to discuss the story he broke yesterday that churches and pastors are being barred from bringing aid to the children on our southern border by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agencies. Also, Rep. Ted Poe (R-Texas) joined Tony to talk about the humanitarian crisis on the border and the funding the President is hoping to get from Congress to help deal with the situation.

Related Radio Resources:

  • Visit Joel Rosenberg's website and follow Joel on Twitter - @JoelCRosenberg
  • Read the latest on the situation with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agencies and follow Todd Starnes on Twitter - @ToddStarnes
  • Visit Rep. Ted Poe's website and follow Rep. Poe on Twitter - @JudgeTedPoe

Commentary

July 22, 2014

If you're looking for a textbook example of bias, try America's top colleges! Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Our country's universities used to care about critical thinking. Now they're just critical -- at least toward conservatives. If you thought America's colleges were biased before, you won't believe what Young America's Foundation found. In a survey of the top 50 schools, not one of them has assigned a "conservative-leaning book" in three years. Instead, the universities filled freshmen courses with left-wing perspectives on race, feminism, socialism, inequality, and class warfare. "From the moment students enroll in college through graduation day, they are exposed to liberal theme. Few," YAF says, "if any, will ever read a conservative book." Unfortunately, this is the culture of higher education today. For the last few decades, America's campuses have become subsidiaries of the political Left. They preach diversity but refuse to practice is. It's time for a revolution -- else we're only starting a new chapter of political indoctrination.

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