Jonathan Saenz, Mark Meadows, Todd Starnes
By Tony Perkins
May 15, 2014
On Thursday's edition of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Texas Values President Jonathan Saenz will be on to discuss the partial win in his state fighting the Houston ordinance that has now been delayed for two weeks because of the public outcry against it. Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) will be on to talk about the emails released today by the House Oversight Committee linking a prominent democrat to the IRS's targeting of conservative groups. Also, FoxNews.com's Todd Starnes join Tony with the positive update on the boy in Florida whose Bible was taken during his free reading period. After further digging, Liberty Institute found that his Bible is accepted under the school's reading plan.
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- Read more about the latest on the Houston ordinance and follow Texas Values President Jonathan Saenz on Twitter - @jonathansaenztx
- Read more about the emails released today by the House Oversight Committee
- Visit Rep. Mark Meadows's website and follow Rep. Meadows on Twitter - @RepMarkMeadows
- Learn more about Todd Starnes's new book, "God Less America" and follow Todd on Twitter - @ToddStarnes