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On Wednesday’s edition of “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, joins Tony to discuss the latest effort in his state by the Left to override parental rights surrounding transgender bathroom policies in Fort Worth public schools. Former Virginia Attorney General and current president of the Senate Conservatives Fund, Ken Cuccinelli, is here with his analysis on what free speech implications would be considered if Idaho U.S. Attorney, Wendy Olsen had her way regarding what she considers inflammatory speech. Also, real estate entrepreneurs and culture warriors, Jason and David Benham, are here to highlight their latest book, Living Among Lions, How to Thrive Like Daniel in Today’s Babylon.

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FRC Action PAC Supporting Claudia Tenney for Congress

Tuesday, June 28th is the federal primary election in New York and the state’s voters will have the chance to decide some important races.While most of the attention has been on the Presidential Election this year, the outcome of the other races will also be significant.

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Claudia Tenney – Candidate for Congress, 22nd Congressional District

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Obergefell: One Year Later


 

      One year after the Supreme court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, the LGBT movement’s activist class, who advocated for same-sex marriage is now aggressively pushing for government at all levels to implement their morality through special rights protections. This includes bans on counseling for same-sex attraction, and even gender identity protections, and will continue until there is no dissent. Beneath their policy demands is a desire for approval and forced participation in a regime endorsed one year ago by the Supreme Court itself. But approval is not obtained when others still have a legal right to conscientiously object. After Obergefell, same-sex marriage licenses are being obtained without delay—but that’s not satisfactory to the activist class of the LGBT movement, who still has the same desire to stomp out any disagreement. We are at the point where we must ask ourselves: Will we direct society to refocus on Constitutional accommodation for all religious views, or that of intolerance and suppression towards such beliefs?

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Has Public Opinion Shifted Under the Gavel?: Obergefell After One Year

by Cathy Ruse

Cathy Ruse is Senior Fellow for Legal Studies at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Stream on June 24, 2016. Last June five Justices of the Supreme Court ruled that no state of the Union could define marriage as a man-woman institution. This nullified the law of most states, and the individual votes of 50 million Americans, not to mention thousands of years of human history. Has public opinion shifted under the weight of the gavel? If so, it is not in the direction of acquiescence. Conventional wisdom says the law is ... (more)

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Family-Friendly Tax Policy: Practical Ideas for Helping Parents

by Rob Schwarzwalder

Comprehensive tax reform is a perennial challenge to policymakers in Washington, D.C. Over the years, a number of serious plans have been offered by Congress, the Executive Branch, and various think-tanks and private scholars to remedy the extraordinarily complex tax system with which individuals, families, and companies of all sizes deal. However, thus far these proposals have met with resistance for a host of reasons, whether political, philosophical, or economic. The existing tax regime is likely to be with us for some time. Families ... (more)

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One Year After Obergefell Shows Dissent Not Permitted

by Travis Weber

Travis Weber is Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at Family Research Council. This article appeared in The Daily Signal on June 17, 2016. By now, nearly one year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, it should be clear that the aggressive and unreasonable elements of the LGBT movement cannot harmonize themselves with freedom for Christians and other conscientious objectors. With few, commendable examples, the LGBT movement’s activist class, who advocated for same-sex marriage and who are ... (more)