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    GOP Picks Cotton to Lead Justice Fight
    October 2, 2018

    The only bars liberals seem preoccupied with are the ones Brett Kavanaugh visited in college. But Senate Democrats may want to focus on a bar of another kind: the Washington, D.C. Bar. According to Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), that's the investigation Americans should be watching. (continue reading...)

    Pray. Vote. Stand.
    October 2, 2018

    Starting September 23, FRC launched seven weeks of focused prayer for the family, church, business, government, media, education, and entertainment. We're inviting people across America to join us in taking the pledge to pray, vote, and stand. (continue reading...)

    State Dept. Charges ahead with Visa Policy
    October 2, 2018

    The rainbow didn't just color the White House -- it colored Barack Obama's entire legacy. For eight years, Americans watched the 44th president's obsession with LGBT activism eclipse every other urgent issue. And the U.S. State Department was exhibit A. (continue reading...)

    The Farce Side: Dems Pan Kavanaugh Probe
    October 1, 2018

    The U.S. Supreme Court kicked off its fall term this morning, but most eyes were on the empty seat. Heading into a packed season of cases, the biggest question isn't how the justices will handle their cases, but who will be with them when they do? (continue reading...)

    A Textbook Example of Bias
    October 1, 2018

    In California, the Gavin Newsom campaign is getting some interesting help: from first grade textbooks! The lieutenant governor is running for governor, and the free advertising in one local curriculum isn't hurting. (continue reading...)

    Did Senate Dems Go Too Far? Surveys Say Yes.
    October 1, 2018

    The whole goal of the Brett Kavanaugh smear campaign has been to keep the Supreme Court seat open until Democrats retake Congress. But that prospect is looking more and more unlikely, polling shows. And the Left's handling of the case is almost certainly to blame. (continue reading...)

    Celebrating 20 Years of Louisiana Family Policy
    September 28, 2018

    A lot can change in 20 years -- as evidenced by the political landscape in my home state of Louisiana. The political headlines in 1998 were about political corruption and federal indictments. Republican officeholders were in the minority as the vestiges of Huey Long and paternalistic government were everywhere. (continue reading...)

    Bringing Congress to FRC...
    September 28, 2018

    Should Your Tax Dollars Be Used to Fund Abortions? Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kans.) sat down with FRC's David Christensen to talk about Title X funding and much more at FRC.  (continue reading...)

    The Senate's Fight for Justice
    September 28, 2018

    Some day, years from now when Americans look back on this moment, I hope they see more than Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Ford. I hope, in a country raw and torn apart, they see a little girl, asking her parents if they should "pray for the woman" whose allegations fueled a political war that would turn their family's proudest moment into one of its darkest chapters. (continue reading...)

    Kavanaugh at the Tip of the Smear
    September 27, 2018

    Appearing before the U.S. Senate, Brett Kavanaugh was supposed to be a judge -- not a defendant. Now, after three of the worst weeks of his life, he and his family are finding out that the path to a Supreme Court appointment is a costly one. (continue reading...)

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