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    Founders' Keepers: U.S. Celebrates 232 Years of Freedom
    January 16, 2018

    If you've ever toured Monticello, then you know that Thomas Jefferson had very strong opinions of what his legacy should be. He wanted to be remembered as the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence and as the "father" of the University of Virginia. Both are inscribed on his tombstone, along with his second proudest achievement -- authoring the Virginia Statute on Religious Freedom. (continue reading...)


    For Planned Parenthood, Abortion Is a Black and White Issue
    January 16, 2018

    Plenty of movements have tried to hitch their wagon to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. For years, people across the political spectrum have claimed him as one of their own -- in part because it's convenient and in part because he isn't here to dispute it. But no cause is more antithetical to King's than Planned Parenthood's.  (continue reading...)


    NASA Nomination Isn't Rocket Science
    January 16, 2018

    President Trump has enough to worry about without Republicans sabotaging his nominees. Fighting to fill hundreds of administration vacancies with a razor-thin Senate majority is no picnic. So imagine the White House's frustration when a conservative is threatening to sink a nomination that should be a no-brainer. (continue reading...)


    Doubting Thomas: Libs Take on Jefferson's Legacy
    January 15, 2018

    When Americans celebrate Religious Freedom Day tomorrow, not everyone will be happy about it. Liberals are already blasting the tradition that honors the 1786 signing of one of the most influential documents in American history: the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom. Now, more than 230 years into the tradition that sparked a revolution, the Left is ready to recast history. (continue reading...)


    When Freedom Was King
    January 15, 2018

    When the sun broke over the frosty city of Washington this morning, light caught the stony silhouette of a man. Arms crossed, the towering likeness of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. emerges out of granite, as unflinching as the leader himself. (continue reading...)


    Tune in Tuesday for a Special Report on Religious Liberty!
    January 15, 2018

    What would the people of China give for the freedom to worship that Americans have today? More than you and I can imagine. Just last week, two churches were wired with explosives and demolished -- a very real symbol of the threat facing the world today. Tomorrow, January 16, FRC is hosting a special broadcast to highlight the assault to this core human right that is advancing all over the world. (continue reading...)


    What You Can Do to Fight Sex Trafficking
    January 12, 2018

    January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. There are an estimated 20 to 30 million human trafficking victims in the world today, with an estimated 4.5 million of those forcibly involved in sex trafficking. In the U.S., an estimated 640,000 are being trafficked for sex. (continue reading...)


    Public School Kids Get Assembly on Sex Changes
    January 12, 2018

    A Northern Virginia public school held a school-wide assembly before Christmas break featuring transgender crusader Amy Ellis Nutt. George Mason High School in the City of Falls Church brought in Nutt, a Washington Post reporter, to lecture students on her book Becoming Nicole, about a boy who "identified" as a girl as a toddler, had his puberty suppressed as a child, and was castrated as a teenager. (continue reading...)


    A "Washington Watch" Special Report: Next Tuesday
    January 11, 2018

    January 16 isn't just Religious Freedom Day -- it's a chance to catch a special broadcast of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins." Join us online or on your local radio station as we discuss what the religious freedom accomplishments of the past tell us about how to confront present-day problems.  (continue reading...)


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