Here are "The 7" top trending items at FRC over the past seven days:
1. Washington Update: "Black Lives Matter Makes Its Marx"
How many Christians plaster "Black Lives Matter" across their social media pages not realizing that they're supporting a group with radical beliefs? Americans are terrified that if they don't embrace Black Lives Matter, they'll be labeled as bigots and racists. The extremists are counting on that fear.
2. Washington Update: "Barr Brawl in the House"
House Democrats have been itching to get Attorney General William Barr on the stand for more than a year. But when that wish came true, the Left blew it as they raged, interrupted, and mocked their way through five hours of the hearing.
3. Blog: "Hope in Nebraska: Nebraska Pushes Towards Banning Dismemberment Abortions"
Recently, Nebraska's state senators successfully brought a bill prohibiting dismemberment abortions to the legislature for debate and a vote. The author of the bill, State Senator Suzanne Geist, believes most Nebraskans will agree with the bill once they learn the horrors of dismemberment abortions.
4. Blog: "Lessons in Perseverance from the Life of William Wilberforce"
The abolition of slavery. Women's suffrage. Civil rights for black Americans. These reforms came about through years of dedicated efforts from people who refused to quit. As we fight to protect life, family, and religious freedom, we can look to the life of William Wilberforce as inspiration, a man dedicated to the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.
5. Washington Watch: Dr. Teryn Clarke worries that a political agenda is covering up the truth about the coronavirus
Dr. Teryn Clarke, one of the doctors who participated in Monday's Tea Party Patriots news conference, joined Tony Perkins to discuss the Facebook, Google/YouTube, and Twitter censorship of the viral video.
6. Washington Watch: Sec. Chad Wolf insists that peaceful protestors don't commit violent crimes
Chad Wolf, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, joined Tony Perkins to discuss the federal response to the riots in Portland and other cities, and on protestors showing up outside his home.
7. Washington Watch: Andy McCarthy insists the ACLU's case against federal troops in Portland is as flimsy as it gets
Andy McCarthy, former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Senior Fellow at the National Review Institute, joined Sarah Perry to discuss a federal judge issuing a restraining order against federal agents tasked with protecting a federal courthouse in Portland from violent rioters.
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