Family Research Council

    An Intruder on the Wall of Separation
    October 27, 2016

    Many of those who seek to drive expressions of faith from the public square cite Thomas Jefferson's 1802 letter to the Danbury, Connecticut Baptist Association in which he referenced the First Amendment's "wall of separation between Church & State." Faith, they claim, should contain itself within the four walls of the church and stay separated from the rest of society. ... (more)

    Abortion's Dominion
    October 27, 2016

    The state of Virginia calls itself a "commonwealth," a political body organized to protect and advance the common good of its citizens. But this week the Old Dominion's Board of health rescinded health and safety regulations put forth in the aftermath of the 2011 Kermit Gosnell "house of horrors" case, proving that in Governor Terry McAuliffe's Virginia, the only "good" worth seeking is the ... (more)

    Standing for Truth about Sexuality and Gender in Houston
    October 27, 2016

    FRC Senior Fellow Peter Sprigg will address the second annual "stand4truth" conference in Houston, Texas this weekend. The theme of the event, being held Friday and Saturday, October 28 and 29, is "The Politically Incorrect Truth about Sexuality and Gender." ... (more)

    In Georgia, a Helping of Preach Pry
    October 26, 2016

    Not too long ago, liberals argued that Christians couldn't bring their beliefs to work. Now, it seems you can't even bring them to church! That's a lesson Georgia state officials are apparently trying to teach Dr. Eric Walsh -- but it is state leaders that need some schooling! ... (more)

    To Server and Protect
    October 26, 2016

    Only 22 percent of Americans have a "great deal of trust" in the Executive Branch. And after President Obama's latest lies, it's easy to see why! In an explosive set of emails released by the WikiLeaks hack, the country is learning that Barack Obama did not, as he insisted in March of 2015, find out about Hillary Clinton's ... (more)

    Libs Arm Russell over NDAA
    October 26, 2016

    With a nuclear Iran on the horizon and the rest of the world on edge, is the president really willing to risk national security to advance his own agenda? All signs point to yes. In a staggering move, the White House announced this week that it's willing to send the bill that funds our military down in flames because it dares to protect religious liberty. ... (more)

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