Here are “The 7” top trending items at FRC over the past seven days:
1. Washington Update: “Colorado's Signature Issue”
In a race against the clock, Colorado’s petition gatherers are hitting the ground running—trying to find the signatures they need to save lives. If you live in Colorado, please find a nearby location and sign the petition to ban late-term abortion. (And share with any Coloradans you know!)
2. Washington Update: “Democrats: The Test Is Yet to Come”
Democrats are pushing for a coronavirus response plan that raises costs and creates even more dependence on government, while they and the media refuse to mention the Trump administration’s successful response to the supply problem, the equipment problem, and the ventilator problem brought on by the coronavirus.
3. Washington Update: “To Teach His Own: The Rise of Homeschooling”
The current family situation of being stuck at home is finally forcing parents who might never have thought about public school alternatives to take stock of what their children are being taught and how well they’re performing.
4. Blog: “Churches Are Filing Lawsuits Over Coronavirus Restrictions. Here Is a List.”
The Department of Justice released a memo expressing its concern that states may not violate religious liberty rights, even amidst a pandemic. Many churches have challenged discriminatory state and local orders by filing lawsuits over coronavirus restrictions. Check out the list in our blog post.
5. Blog: “Speaker Pelosi’s Partisan Coronavirus Relief Bill Attacks Life and Family”
Last week, House Democrats passed the HEROES Act (H.R. 6800), a coronavirus relief bill that funds abortion providers. Congressional Democrats have shown that they would rather score political points than help our country through this pandemic. Our blog post breaks it down.
6. Washington Watch: Rich Lowry describes how the press has systematically ignored Trump’s virus successes & solutions
Rich Lowry, Editor of National Review and author of The Case for Nationalism, joined Tony Perkins on Washington Watch to discuss how the media has largely ignored President Trump’s massive coronavirus supply effort.
7. Washington Watch: Cathy Ruse pulls back the curtain on modern sex ed and how parents everywhere can fight back
Cathy Ruse, FRC’s Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for Human Dignity, joined Tony Perkins on the radio to introduce her new publication: Sex Education in Public Schools: Sexualization of Children and LGBT Indoctrination.
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