Family Research Council


    Orchard Suit Plants Doubts about Bogren
    May 24, 2019

    You will know them by their fruits, Matthew 7:20 says. And in the case of a Michigan orchard farm, that seems especially true of the man picking the fight. Attorney Michael Bogren says he was just doing his job in court when he compared a Christian couple to the KKK for believing in natural marriage. But now that he's up for a lifetime promotion, Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) wants to know: Just ... (more)


    HHS Rules the Day
    May 24, 2019

    It’s been three years since Barack Obama tried to magically change the definition of “sex” without Congress’s input. For President Trump’s team, it’s a mess they’ve been trying to mop up since he won the election. From school bathrooms to insurance plans, this administration has spent the better part of its first term righting the LGBT wrongs of the last ... (more)


    Never Forget
    May 24, 2019

    A lot of things have changed in America over the last several years, and how we treat Memorial Day is one of them. I remember as a kid all of the parades and veterans -- and how we stood and honored the flag. Fast-forward a generation and suddenly, people don’t just miss the significance of the holiday – they miss its entire meaning! ... (more)


    Watchmen on the Wall 2019: �Let Us Build�
    May 24, 2019

    “We live in a culture of excuses,” Al Robertson said. “It’s up to men and women who understand biblical truth to speak out. Recognize evil for what it is, call it out, and speak truth.” This weekend, at FRC’s national Watchmen on the Wall conference with over 400 pastors and spouses, we challenged the spiritual leaders of America to do exactly that. ... (more)


    A Tale of Two Yales
    May 23, 2019

    The tuition at Yale University is nothing compared to what it's costing students in another category: freedom. The third oldest college in America obviously doesn't remember a lot from its roots, when a group of ministers founded the school to fight the growing liberalism at Harvard. Imagine what those church leaders would think now -- 300 years later -- when it's not liberals being squeezed out ... (more)


    One Bryant Leap for Mankind
    May 23, 2019

    If the pro-abortion crowd is trying to spook Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant (R), they'll have to try harder. If there's one thing the Magnolia State leader doesn't do, it's scare easily. When he signed one of the earliest abortion bans into law this year, he expected it to be challenged. But he never once thought that was a good reason not to press on. ... (more)


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