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On Tuesday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” Rep. Steve Russell (R-Okla.) joins Tony to discuss the National Defense Authorization Act and his 11 amendments that would help bolster our military in a time of weak leadership. Also, Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) is here to highlight the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, which he co-sponsored. The bill would allow victims of the 9/11 terrorist attack and other attacks to sue foreign governments—which Saudi Arabia is not happy about.

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Want to send a message to the Bathroom Bullies?

It has now been nearly a month since North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed HB 2, the law that protects women, children and others in the state from a government imposed bathroom policy that would allow men in women’s restrooms. Despite the fact that a majority of voters support this common-sense policy, Governor McCrory and state leaders continue to receive threats from big corporations who say they will stop doing business in North Carolina unless they allow local government to impose these bizarre bathroom and locker room policies.

The hypocrisy coming from these corporate fat cats is stunning.   These businesses are free to adopt these privacy-invading policies on their own, but they haven’t.  Why?  Could it be the legal liability that they would assume by putting women, young girls and others at risk? 

Additionally, these same corporations which are being used by LGBT activist groups in North Carolina, don’t seem to be so concerned about so-called LGBT rights elsewhere. Many of the businesses that have threatened to boycott North Carolina are the same ones that shamelessly do business in countries like China, Cuba, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore – countries that not only criminalize homosexual behavior but even, in some cases, make it punishable by death.

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The investigation into the sale of aborted baby body parts must go on

by Arina Grossu

Arina Grossu is Director of the Center for Human Dignity at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Hill on May 3, 2016. Last summer, Americans were exposed to the flesh and blood realities of abortion through the Center for Medical Progress’ undercover videos exposing several abortion centers’ trafficking and profiting off of the sale of aborted babies’ organs. On these undercover videos, high level Planned Parenthood officials were seen casually discussing how abortion procedures were performed to ... (more)

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Transgender Activists Put Ideology Above Safety

by Peter Sprigg

Peter Sprigg is Senior Fellow for Family Policy Studies at Family Research Council. This article appeared in Inside Sources on April 14, 2016. Transgender activists demand that society affirm and celebrate the choices of those who identify with a gender different from their actual biological sex at birth. These demands apply to even the youngest of those suffering with gender dysphoria—children as young as three years old. However, such a position may not serve the long-term best interests of the child, either medically or ... (more)

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No Phony Truces in the Battle to Block Most Anti-Life, Liberal Court in a Generation

by Ken Blackwell

Ken Blackwell is Senior Fellow for Human Rights and Constitutional Governance at Family Research Council. This article appeared in Catholic Online on April 29, 2016. While much of our attention is on the Presidential race, the looming battle over a Supreme Court nomination merits no less attention. The battle lines are clear in this nomination and the future of the Court and our Constitutional principles are at stake. Unfortunately, writing in the Wall Street Journal, former US Solicitor General Ted Olson calls for Republicans to engage ... (more)