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On Tuesday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," FRC's Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment and former Undersecretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Ken Blackwell, joins Tony to discuss the ongoing issue of Republicans being pressured to support "moderate" policies that go against the GOP platform. Also, Fox News' Todd Starnes is here to talk about his latest piece highlighting a California charter school removing Christian books from their library, Corrie ten Boom's The Hiding Place being one of them.  Also, Rep. John Fleming (R-La.) will join Tony to discuss the American airstrikes that took place in Syria last night and what America should be doing to deal with the threat of these Islamic terrorists.

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Confused by all the talk about the Common Core in education? You're not alone. Join FRC live Tuesday evening via webcast as experts and leaders come together to discuss the coming overhaul in testing and curriculum that is part of the Common Core State Standards Initiative. The entire program will be available to view free online at frc.org/commoncore.

Program guests include:

  • Host Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council
  • Co-Host Sarah Perry, Senior Fellow, Family Research Council
  • Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-La.)
  • Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.)
  • Dr. Sandra Stotsky, Professor, University of Arkansas
  • Jane Robbins, Esq., American Principles Project
  • Dr. Neal McCluskey, CATO Institute
  • Will Estrada, Esq., Home School Legal Defense Association

Please don't miss what our guests have to say about these educational standards and learn how you can reverse Common Core state-by-state.

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This year marks our 9th annual Values Voter Summit. Dubbed the “premier conservative event of the year,” this is an opportunity that you will not want to miss. Speakers include former Gov. Sarah Palin, Sen. Ted Cruz and Glenn Beck. Be sure to visit valuesvotersummit.org to find out how you can participate!

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Abortion Coverage Highlights Major Problems in Obamacare

by Emily Minick

Emily Minick is Senior Legislative Assistant at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Christian Post on September 15, 2014. Open enrollment for Obamacare, beginning on November 15th, is rapidly approaching. This means time is running out for hopes that transparency will be brought to abortion coverage in Obamacare plans on the exchanges. Isn't that what the President said Obamacare was really all about; giving people healthcare choice? The Family Research Council has been actively researching healthcare plans on the ... (more)

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A choice for the people, not judicial tyrants

by Tony Perkins

Tony Perkins is President of Family Research Council. Rep. Steve Scalise represents the 1st Congressional District of Louisiana. This article appeared in The Washington Times on September 22, 2014. Decrying what he deemed a "pageant of empathy" in emotionally driven rulings nationwide, this month a federal district court judge from our home state of Louisiana issued a ruling upholding our state's marriage law. Notably, Judge Martin Feldman's decision represents the first federal court opinion to uphold a state marriage law since the ... (more)

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Choosing Sides in the War Against Evil

by Rob Schwarzwalder

Rob Schwarzwalder is Senior Vice President at Family Research Council. This article appeared on ChristianHeadlines.com, September 17, 2014. The writer of Ecclesiastes said there is nothing new under the sun. In one sense, this isn't quite true. It's doubtful that any of the Old Testament writers used iPads or laptops. But in the sense Ecclesiastes means, it's dead right. Human nature and our patterns of behavior, the character of temptation and the need for redemption: These and other elemental things remain unchanged across the ... (more)