Family Research Council

Culture War Vets Join Military's New Fight


By Tony Perkins
August 30, 2013

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There may not be atheists in foxholes, but there sure are a lot of quiet Christians. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. There have always been "no fly" zones in the military--but now there's a "no faith" zone too. With religious freedom under attack, most troops are scared to even talk about their beliefs. And who can blame them? Under President Obama, the military bans Bibles at hospitals, but builds Wiccan firepits for cadets. It tells soldiers to stay away from religious websites, while its missile defense staff spends hours surfing pornography at work. It tears down crosses in Afghanistan, but lets soldiers march in uniform in gay pride parades. Slowly but surely, our brave servicemen and women are losing the very rights they're fighting to protect. FRC is determined to change that. We've just released a special report called "A Clear and Present Danger: The Threat to Religious Liberty in the Military." Click over to TonyPerkins.com to learn more. Then, support our troops. Enlist in the fight.

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