Steven Jacobs, Alveda King, Jeralee Smith, Kristen Jenson
July 11, 2019
On the Thursday, July 11, 2019 edition of Washington Watch with Tony Perkins, we heard from:
- Steven Jacobs, who completed a dissertation at the University of Chicago that proved most biologists believe life begins at conception, and who was awarded a Ph.D. only after five years of grueling attacks.
- Alveda King, pro-life advocate, evangelist, and niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., on the founder of Black Entertainment Television, Robert Johnson, who was the first black billionaire and a lifelong Democrat, praising President Trump for creating a strong economy and criticizing the Democratic presidential contenders for being too radical.
- Jeralee Smith, Founder of the National Educators Association (NEA) Ex-Gay Educators Caucus, on the NEA exposing young children to a risqué drag queen performance hosted at their annual conference.
- Kristen Jenson, Founder of Protect Young Minds and author of “Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids,” on how parents can protect their children against pornography.
- Show your support for the life of all babies born alive by sending a baby hat to Congress!
- Check out FRC’s new publication, “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors: Just the Facts.”
- Register now for Values Voter Summit, October 11-13!
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