Family Research Council


    Dems Try to Hyde Agenda
    September 30, 2016

    Imagine wiping the city of Houston completely off the map. That's how many people would have lost their lives if the Hyde Amendment had never been passed. Two million Americans. In the 40 years since Henry Hyde passed his ban on taxpayer-funded abortion, generations of children have celebrated birthdays. They're alive because Congress realized what everyone should: forcing taxpayers to ... (more)


    Once Upon a Times...
    September 30, 2016

    Liberals believe in recycling their garbage alright. Every election, the left-leaning press seems to trot out the same tired obituaries about the evangelical movement, desperately hoping that their warnings about our "waning political influence" will come true. ... (more)


    Preach out and Touch Someone
    September 28, 2016

    Imagine an America without the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. The late civil rights leader almost single-handedly turned the tide against racial segregation in this country -- and he did it from the pulpits of churches. Where would we be now, as a nation, if pastors like the Reverend King hadn't made their voices heard on the cultural issues of the day? Right now, the clergy of America are in ... (more)


    Resolved to Continue on the Continuing Resolution
    September 28, 2016

    In an unusual burst of energy, Senate Democrats made the rare decision to act like grown-ups and move forward with a short-term budget deal they'd been holding hostage for days. After dragging their feet on the continuing resolution that members were desperate to pass so that they could get home and campaign, Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) finally agreed with House Minority Leader Nancy ... (more)


    Orlando Blooms with Double Standards
    September 28, 2016

    How serious are these collegiate sports leagues about their transgender agendas? Not very, if the latest move by the ACC is any indication. The conference supposedly pulled its championship football game out of Charlotte to take a stand against North Carolina's decision to let businesses and private organizations set their own restroom, shower, and locker room policies. ... (more)


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