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On Tuesday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) joins Tony with his analysis of President Trump's budget proposal released today and to give us his reaction on the bombing at a pop concert in the UK yesterday. CBN News award-winning journalist, David Brody, is here with an update on what is taking place during President Trump's visit to Israel. Also, Senior Counsel for First Liberty Institute, Jeremy Dys, and educational technician, Toni Richardson, join Tony to share Ms. Richardson's story of being threatened with her job by August Public Schools district in Maine when she told a colleague she would pray for him. 

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Late Monday night Speaker Straus and his allies rammed a poorly worded amendment through the Texas House to quell conservatives’ concerns about unwanted intrusions into women’s showers, restrooms, and locker rooms. Texans won’t be fooled by this phony attempt to pretend to deal with the issue. Call Speaker Straus, tell him Texas needs a real privacy bill!

My friend Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has been working to protect the privacy and safety of Texas women and children in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms. Last week, Governor Greg Abbott asked the legislature to pass a privacy bill. But Speaker Joe Straus responded that this is not a priority to Texans.

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An overwhelming majority of Texans (more than two-thirds of those polled, and more than half of Democrats) think it should be illegal for a man to enter a women’s restroom. Texans can agree that women and children should be free from unwanted intrusions into their privacy while using showers, restrooms, locker rooms, and changing rooms.

Governor Abbott, Lt. Governor Patrick, a majority of representatives in the Texas House, and a clear majority of Texans want the Texas Legislature to move a privacy bill. Only Speaker Straus is standing in the way. Will you take a ... (more)

 

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Arina Grossu is Director of the Center for Human Dignity at Family Research Council. This article appeared in Breitbart on March 8, 2017. March 8 is International Women’s Day. What it should be is a day to celebrate women and the feminine genius in economic, political, and social achievements. And there are many. Unfortunately, it has been co-opted by liberal abortion groups that attempt to push the abortion and population control agenda under the guise of “reproductive health care.” At least this year for the ... (more)

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Trump Returns Authority Over School Transgender Policies to States and Localities

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Peter Sprigg is Senior Fellow for Family Policy Studies at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Stream on February 26, 2017. On February 22, the Trump administration released a statement rescinding previous Obama administration guidance dealing with students who identify as transgender. Contrary to almost all the news reporting on this story, the real question addressed by the new administration’s guidance is not (at least not directly), “Which restrooms or locker rooms should students who identify as ... (more)

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A Clear and Present Danger: The Threat to Religious Liberty in the Military - Volume II

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In 2013, Family Research Council grew increasingly concerned about various actions by the Obama administration's Department of Defense that curtailed the rights to religious freedom and expression enjoyed by members of the U.S. armed services for over two centuries. Once a cherished ideal, religious liberty became suddenly endangered. The brave men and women charged with defending our rights were the very citizens now threatened with losing the first, and most important of those foundational rights. Accordingly, FRC decided to chronicle these ... (more)