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    Tulsa Spin Reaches News Heights
    June 22, 2020

    If only the weather were as easy to predict as the media. Heading into Saturday's Trump rally in Tulsa, Americans didn't have to wonder what the storylines would be. If it was a massive crowd, then the president is an irresponsible narcissist exposing thousands to coronavirus. If there was even a single empty seat, then the country despises him, his base has abandoned him, and the campaign is dead in the water. These days, it's not about the news -- it's about the desired narrative. And the liberal media has had theirs fixed since day one. (continue reading...)


    There's No Retreating at This Church Retreat
    June 22, 2020

    FRC's Lt. General Jerry Boykin sure knows how to draw a crowd! This weekend in California, at a special Calvary Chapel Sonora men's retreat, the Army veteran was so popular that he had people waiting outside. Of course, they were protestors -- not that it mattered to this war hero. As far as he was concerned, they only helped boost the event's publicity! (continue reading...)


    Unrelenting Faith in Uncertain Times
    June 22, 2020

    Uncertainty seems to be the buzzword for 2020. From the pandemic to protests, from riots in the streets to a shocking Supreme Court ruling last week, from the fluctuating economy to the November elections, no one knows what will happen next. (continue reading...)


    A Tale of Two Fathers...
    June 22, 2020

    It doesn't have to be June 21 to celebrate dads! FRC takes an in-depth look at the importance of fathers in a brand new publication called, "Leadership and Love: A Tale of Two Fathers." Don't miss the author, psychologist Jesse Gill, talk about how the presence of strong men in the family could fix a lot of cultural fallout we're seeing today. Check out his powerful interview with Sarah Perry on "Washington Watch." (continue reading...)


    This Equality's All an Act
    June 19, 2020

    After Monday's wildly off-base decision, most liberals should have been out celebrating. But despite being handed a judicial gift -- an LGBT victory they'd have never managed democratically -- Democrats didn't stop to party. They were already back on the Senate floor, demanding more. Now that they've got the Supreme Court taking a match to religious liberty, they're apparently hoping Congress will finish the job. (continue reading...)


    DOJ Plays Offense on Girls' Sports
    June 19, 2020

    When Idaho went to the mat to protect women's sports, the ACLU vowed to see Governor Brad Little (R) in court. One group they didn't expect to see there is the U.S. Justice Department. But thanks to an administration that isn't going to let the Supreme Court dictate gender roles, that's exactly who will be waiting -- for the ACLU and anyone else on the hunt to destroy fair competition. (continue reading...)


    From 2016 to 1964 and Back Again
    June 19, 2020

    It's not easy to watch a bunch of unelected men and women burn down a law you helped protect. Senator Jeff Sessions ought to know. The former U.S. attorney general was the man helping the president roll back the redefinition of "sex" after Barack Obama took an ax to it in 2016. How does it feel to see the Supreme Court upend all the good the Justice Department did? Not great, the Alabaman says. (continue reading...)


    Holding the Court in Contempt
    June 18, 2020

    At a time when Congress is lucky to scrape together an 11-percent confidence rating, a majority of Americans have expressed an unusual level of faith in our justices. Maybe they still believe SCOTUS is above the political fray. But trust in the court may become increasingly difficult after Monday's "legislative" decision by six justices to redefine the meaning of biological sex. (continue reading...)


    Law and Disorder: Trump Steps In
    June 18, 2020

    There were 1,025 of them in Minneapolis alone -- buildings, homes, businesses, all damaged by the state's three weeks of rioting. A colored map shows each spots of destruction, so dense it's like looking down at a metropolis from a nighttime flight. "It's going to take a long, long time" to even quantify all the wreckage, officials say. And it's not over yet. (continue reading...)


    Sinjar in the Crosshairs
    June 18, 2020

    He was only eight years old when ISIS fighters ripped him from his mom's arms. "How do I feel?" he repeats blankly when a reporter asks him what it's like to home again. "Really," he said quietly, "I don't know how to feel." Mazen spent five years starving under his captors, rising every morning with the knowledge that he was being trained to kill his own people. Until one day, last spring, when he was freed, sent back to a family he wasn't sure was even alive. (continue reading...)


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