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Update Article We're Giving More Power to WHO?
We're Giving More Power to WHO?
May 20, 2022

In the United States we have lived under emergency orders from presidents, governors, and mayors for almost a year and a half.

Update Article Steph Curry's Pro-Life Warrior Mom
Steph Curry's Pro-Life Warrior Mom
May 20, 2022

When Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry was 13, he remembers his mom sitting him down after his team got crushed in a tournament that scouts were watching. She looked in his face, a moment he still remembers to this day, and said, "No one gets to write your story but you... Take your time... and write what you want to write. But just know that this story -- it's yours." Twenty-one years later, the world is finding out that the two-time MVP almost didn't have a story at all.

Update Article Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
May 20, 2022

A panel of three federal district courts heard testimony earlier today to consider whether SPLC lawyers "engaged in an abuse of judicial process known as judge shopping," as stated in a letter from Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee to the committee's chairman, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.). SPLC lawyers and other activist lawyers filed two cases, Walker v. Marshall and Ladinsky v. Ivey (which were consolidated) against Alabama's Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, a law which took effect on May 8 that protects minors from harmful gender transition procedures.

Update Article Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
May 20, 2022

Here yesterday, gone today. Americans just don't have the appetite for falsehood Leftists wish they had. That's one conclusion to draw from the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) decision to "pause" their "Disinformation Governance Board," more accurately known as the Ministry of Truth, only three weeks after its launch. It didn't even last as long as the previous Leftist propaganda organ, CNN+, which was shuttered April 30 after only a month. Representative Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) called the board's suspension "a telling admission... that they knew they were being destroyed in the court of public opinion."

Update Article Abortion Groups Promise Spike in <em>Roe</em> Rage
Abortion Groups Promise Spike in Roe Rage
May 19, 2022

Missing the days of 2020, when angry mobs were fixtures on America's streets? If you're nostalgic for the arson, destruction, and looting, abortion activists are promising more of it. Back by unpopular demand, the Left's riots are set to return once the final Supreme Court ruling on Roe is handed down. "This will be a Summer of Rage across America," the Women's March vowed after last weekend's protests. "We will be ungovernable," the radicals threatened, until the violence they bring to our cities can be replicated in every mother's womb.

Update Article The Groomer Controversy: What's Actually Going on?
The Groomer Controversy: What's Actually Going on?
May 19, 2022

Last week, PolitiFact wrote the first of what will likely be many articles aimed at quelling the reality that our children are being sexualized in the education and media spaces.

Update Article Holding Fast to Hope amid Heartache
Holding Fast to Hope amid Heartache
May 19, 2022

Erie County Sheriff John Garcia called the racist shooting in Buffalo "an act of pure evil." The president himself visited the crime scene on Tuesday and declared, "Evil will not win. I promise you hate will not prevail and white supremacy will not have the last word." When evil so palpable and grotesque confronts us, it jars us out of our daily routines and forces us to reckon with its seriousness. Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler said the extent of evil involved in the shooting "staggers our imagination, but it's real." So how do we handle it?

Update Article Starbucks on Dangerous Grounds with Abortion
Starbucks on Dangerous Grounds with Abortion
May 18, 2022

Starbucks pays big bucks for their PR firm's advice -- but not as much as they're about to pay for ignoring it. "Don't take a stance you cannot reverse," Zeno Group warned corporate clients after the Supreme Court leak. A lot of major brands have listened, terrified of becoming the next Disney. Not this one. The coffee giant, who's never been afraid to stir the pot, is out with their most outrageous policy yet -- and every cup you buy helps pay for it.

Update Article One Shooting, Two Responses
One Shooting, Two Responses
May 18, 2022

President Biden travelled to Buffalo, New York Tuesday to commemorate victims of a mass shooting in a supermarket on Saturday afternoon. "Evil did come to Buffalo," he said, "and it's come to all too many places, manifest in gunmen who massacred innocent people in the name of hateful and perverse ideology rooted in fear and racism." Before we turn away too quickly, it's worth acknowledging the truth in what Biden said: the shooting was evil. The shooter was motivated by hate, racism, and fear. Those whom he killed had done him no wrong.

Update Article NIH Refuses to Recognize Long-Term Effects of Puberty Blockers
NIH Refuses to Recognize Long-Term Effects of Puberty Blockers
May 18, 2022

When it comes to subjecting children who are confused about their gender to hormones, puberty blocking drugs, and irreversible surgeries, the Biden administration has exhibited an alarmingly one-track mind: inject and cut now, ask questions later.

Update Article Baby Formula Crisis Triggers Response from Churches, Pregnancy Centers
Baby Formula Crisis Triggers Response from Churches, Pregnancy Centers
May 18, 2022

While America's supply chain woes are affecting many markets, few are more urgent than the baby formula crisis. Across the country, caregivers are scrambling to grab the last baby formula cans on the aisles of their local grocery stores. One of the top formula manufacturers in America, Abbott Nutrition, had to shut down one of their factories due to a bacterial contamination recall in February. According to research pricing organization Datasembly, the national out-of-stock rate hit a high of 43 percent last week, leaving many politicians and parents in a panic for solutions. A lot of grocers have placed limits on how much formula an individual shopper can purchase, while others are clear out, leaving desperate shoppers to drive miles to a store in hopes that they may still have formula in stock.

Update Article The White House Formula for Feeding Babies
The White House Formula for Feeding Babies
May 17, 2022

The great baby formula airlift of 2022 will soon be underway. After 40 percent of popular brands were out of stock by late April, Swiss manufacturer Nestle, which owns Gerber, announced it will fly extra baby formula to the United States. FDA rules effectively prevented the importation of foreign-made products, and were only suspended on Monday.

Update Article Netflix Subscribes to a New Approach on Politics
Netflix Subscribes to a New Approach on Politics
May 17, 2022

The year 2022 will remembered for a lot of things, but the rise of the corporate resistance movement has to be near the top. After years of abuse, Republicans were finally George McFly to Back to the Future's Biff, landing a blow on Disney that still stings. Suddenly, woke CEOs, who'd gotten overly comfortable treating conservatives like political punching bags, were forced to stop and think: Could we be next? Now, in the deafening silence of Big Business, there are quiet rumblings that the GOP's resolve might just have turned the tide.

Update Article Town Unites to Ensure 'In God We Trust' Decals Remain
Town Unites to Ensure 'In God We Trust' Decals Remain
May 17, 2022

The small city of Haven, Kansas was bustling Monday evening as residents and journalists gathered for a city council meeting. On May 3, council members hastily voted to remove the "In God We Trust" decals from police vehicles. But the residents responded to this move with great resistance.

Update Article Shady Payments Laundered through National Institutes of Wealth
Shady Payments Laundered through National Institutes of Wealth
May 16, 2022

A usually hum-drum budget hearing turned fiery last Wednesday when Representative John Moolenaar (R-Mich.) took Acting National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Lawrence Tabak to task over special payments made over the past 10 years to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Francis Collins, and other officials. NIH oversees distributing federal grants for scientific research, and many of the payments seemed to come from the same major pharmaceutical companies that received those grants.

Update Article America Tunes in to the Wild World of Sports
America Tunes in to the Wild World of Sports
May 16, 2022

With Roe v. Wade on the chopping block, there's an interesting theory popping up in certain media outlets that the end of federal abortion could backfire on Republicans. How the GOP will gin up its base without the 1973 ruling to rally around, some pundits wonder? Simple, conservatives say. Not only would a positive Supreme Court decision kick off a furious battle over life in the states, but thanks to the Left, there's no shortage of cultural outrage to unite the party together. Exhibit A? The transgender debate.

Update Article Beaten and Burned for Praising Jesus: A Nigerian Student\u2019s Tragic Death
Beaten and Burned for Praising Jesus: A Nigerian Student\u2019s Tragic Death
May 16, 2022

On May 12, a young female student -- Deborah Samuel -- in Sokoto, Nigeria was beaten to death and burned to ashes for praising Jesus on a WhatsApp group chat site. A gang of her radical Muslim classmates saw her post, became enraged, and murdered her. Deborah's "crime?" She was accused of blasphemy against Islam and the Prophet Mohammad -- a crime that calls for a death sentence according to Sharia Law.

Update Article Target's Aisle of Denial
Target's Aisle of Denial
May 13, 2022

No parent ever thinks it will happen to them. One day, they wake up and their son or daughter is just gone -- lost to a world they never saw coming. Some parents have said it's like living in a horror film or screaming through a nightmare they can't wake up from. Years later, when their children come to regret it -- the cut and scarred bodies, the unfamiliar faces, the knowledge they can't have babies of their own -- they'll wonder about the strangers who sold them these lies. The people in corporate board rooms, behind movie cameras, or stocking shelves who told them the way to get noticed and valued was to be someone else. The soulless companies like Target, who don't care if your son or daughter is next.

Update Article Suspension of Disbelief: Fairfax County to Punish Students over Pronouns
Suspension of Disbelief: Fairfax County to Punish Students over Pronouns
May 13, 2022

Living as a Christian could get a student suspended from public school in Fairfax County, Virginia. Last week, the school board conducted an annual review of its Regulation 2601, proposing edits to a 70-page-long document on "Students' Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R), and parents noticed something shocking. According to a short provision buried deep in the document, students could face suspension for up to five days, and possibly further punishment, for referring to a fellow student according to their biological, God-given sex.

Update Article Dems Defend Abortion to the Ends of the Birth
Dems Defend Abortion to the Ends of the Birth
May 12, 2022

When the Supreme Court justices met Thursday for the first time since the leak, life looked anything but normal. Now they head into the city from secret locations, leaving their homes in the care of entire swat teams. By this point, they've heard about the waves of violence against pro-lifers and the vote on the most radical abortion bill in America's history. They pull into the Court, surrounded by eight-foot barricades, knowing that in just nine days, the entire country has been turned upside down.

Update Article Yellen for Abortion Is Never Good
Yellen for Abortion Is Never Good
May 12, 2022

The pending U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization has dominated most conversation on Capitol Hill over the past week. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comments at the Senate Banking Committee hearing were no exception.

Update Article Grotesque California: Abortion Tourism Is not Normal
Grotesque California: Abortion Tourism Is not Normal
May 12, 2022

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) wants to make sure you know how much he approves of abortion. Wednesday, he announced $57 million in state funding to promote abortion -- on top of $68 million he announced in January. The package includes $40 million to abort babies of low-income women, $15 million to subsidize pro-abortion activism, and $1 million each to maintain an abortion website and to research other avenues to bankroll the abortion industry.

Update Article A Transformational Moment for the American Family Association
A Transformational Moment for the American Family Association
May 12, 2022

For 45 years, the American Family Association (AFA) has stood at the forefront of upholding and strengthening "the moral foundations of American culture" and "giv[ing] aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission." With Wednesday's grand opening of the 20,000-square-foot, two-story Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation in Tupelo, Miss., AFA will be well equipped to "combat the forces that seek to destroy Christian influence in America and overthrow the founding principles of our republic" for years to come.

Update Article GOP to Disney: You've Lost a Friend in Me
GOP to Disney: You've Lost a Friend in Me
May 11, 2022

It's been an unusually quiet week for corporate America after one of the biggest cultural bombshells of the modern age. The news that the Supreme Court might be on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade hasn't unleashed an army of woke CEOs on the country like most people expected. On the contrary, most of the country's brands seem surprisingly mum on an abortion issue that would have sent them into the stratosphere as recently as February. What changed? Experts say one thing: Disney.

Update Article Empathy Fail: 'I Can Taste' Your Frustration, Says Biden on Purpose
Empathy Fail: 'I Can Taste' Your Frustration, Says Biden on Purpose
May 11, 2022

Inflation statistics for April were released this morning, and they can't be what Democrats were hoping for. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "The all items index increased 8.3 percent for the 12 months ending [in] April, a smaller increase than the 8.5-percent figure for the period ending in March." The slight decrease, due to a 2.7-percent decline in energy prices, has been rendered meaningless by spiking national average gas prices over the past 10 days, which reached a new record high today of $4.404 per gallon.

Update Article Beyond <em>Roe</em>: The Dems' Terrifying New Normal
Beyond Roe: The Dems' Terrifying New Normal
May 11, 2022

If it was a "show vote," then it did its job. When Democrats decided to put the most extreme abortion bill ever drafted on the Senate floor, it showed people plenty. If anyone was under the illusion that Joe Biden's party was remotely reasonable on the issue of life, they learned pretty quickly that those days are over. Today's Democrats don't want to keep Roe v. Wade. They want to go beyond Roe -- to federal tyranny and coercion to unlimited, taxpayer-funded abortion right up until the moment of birth. And this vote proves it.

Update Article City of Haven to Remove 'In God We Trust' from Police Cars
City of Haven to Remove 'In God We Trust' from Police Cars
May 10, 2022

Last week, during a city council meeting in Haven, Kansas, council members voted on removing the "In God We Trust" decals from police vehicles. Council Member Sandra Williams introduced the measure by emphasizing that she did not think the police department was the proper forum to be talking about God.

Update Article Leftists Church and Destroy in <em>Roe</em> Rampage
Leftists Church and Destroy in Roe Rampage
May 10, 2022

When Joe Biden stepped in front of the press pool this morning, there was one inflation he didn't address: the inflation of violence. Since last week's stunner of a SCOTUS leak, the only thing that hasn't shocked America is the Left's crazed response. With their usual disregard for people's dignity, privacy, and property, pro-abortion radicals have been on the march from New York to California, burning, spray-painting, and bull-horning their way through the country -- reminding everyone that the only kind of "protests" they understand are the dangerous ones.

Update Article WHO's Afraid of the Big, Bad Freedom
WHO's Afraid of the Big, Bad Freedom
May 10, 2022

Wait, WHO's grabbing power? Yes, they are. Flush off their unprecedented interference during the COVID pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) is acting to ensure they have even more power next time around. The Biden administration is helping to fast-track it. "The Biden administration is reportedly spearheading... amendments to the international health regulations that would drastically increase the powers of the executive of the World Health Organization," warned Michael Alexander of the World Council for Health. Under these new amendments, "the director general would have the right... in conjunction with his internal staff... to unilaterally declare a public health emergency in a member state without that state's consent."

Update Article Unrest Assured in Left's Hysteria over <em>Roe</em>
Unrest Assured in Left's Hysteria over Roe
May 9, 2022

For Justice Brett Kavanaugh, it probably feels like 2018 all over again. With a hundred protestors outside his home, screaming at his daughters' windows, the parallels to his ugly confirmation hearing were everywhere. And thanks to the angry mob's ringleaders, the family's flashbacks aren't going away any time soon. "We're about to get doomsday," neighbor Lacie Wooten-Holway said, justifying her decision to share the Kavanaughs' address, "so I'm not going to be civil to that man at all."

Update Article States of Perpetual Motion: Legislatures Remain Engaged on Trans Issues
States of Perpetual Motion: Legislatures Remain Engaged on Trans Issues
May 9, 2022

World War I began with a single bullet, but within a few years an ever-widening web of alliances had sucked nearly all the world's major powers into the bloodiest war on record. The conservative counter-offensive in the transgender culture war is on the same trajectory. In the latest development, Alabama's Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection (VCAP) Act took effect on Sunday, becoming the first bill banning gender transition procedures on minors to take effect in any state.

Update Article Father, Give Us Hearts to Stand Courageous
Father, Give Us Hearts to Stand Courageous
May 9, 2022

Sometimes, things around us -- in our culture, communities, even our families -- can seem so dark and difficult that we are tempted to give up and withdraw inward to ourselves. We may be tempted to stew, sit, and then throw up our hands with the thought: "What's the point?"

Update Article <em>Dobbs</em> Leak: The Week's Worst 'Christian' Takes on Abortion
Dobbs Leak: The Week's Worst 'Christian' Takes on Abortion
May 9, 2022

"When words are many, transgression is not lacking" (Proverbs 10:19), so it's little surprise that among all the ink spilled over the leaked Dobbs decision draft, there were at least a few shockingly poor takes.

Update Article Overturn <em>Roe</em>, Untold Joy Awaits
Overturn Roe, Untold Joy Awaits
May 6, 2022

Just before the birth of my son, I received a card from a dear friend, a mom of four: "Congratulations! I am praying for you. Untold joy awaits."

Update Article 'Her Children Arise and Call Her Blessed'
'Her Children Arise and Call Her Blessed'
May 6, 2022

God's powerful purpose of motherhood is not diminished by the culture's attempt to reject it or redefine it any more than the efforts to deny the sanctity of human life robs it of God's image indelibly imprinted on the soul of every human being.

Update Article Full Court Pressed by <em>Roe</em> Riots
Full Court Pressed by Roe Riots
May 6, 2022

There've been some over-the-top reactions to the Supreme Court leak, but the fanatics have really outdone themselves with their latest idea: a Mother's Day strike. On Twitter, abortion zealots posted one thread after another urging people to cancel their Sunday plans to protest a decision that would give more women the chance to experience motherhood. "Mothers don't want flowers," an angry Petula Dvorak lashed out in the Washington Post. "They want bodily autonomy." In a bitter diatribe against chocolate, brunch, and cards, she argues that the entire holiday is "disempowering." Moms don't want toast in bed, according to Dvorak. They want the power to deprive other women of it.

Update Article After <em>Roe</em>, Pro-Lifers' Work Has Just Begun
After Roe, Pro-Lifers' Work Has Just Begun
May 6, 2022

The Biden White House has once again entered crisis mode over the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggesting majority support for overturning Roe v. Wade. Apparently the Gender Policy Council (whose name reveals their priorities), has held "nonstop meetings... conversations about what they could do to expand abortion into red states," FRC President Tony Perkins described. "They're debating a number of executive and regulatory actions the administration could take to make it easier for... particularly poor women to have access to abortion."

Update Article Barna: Kids Will Be What They See
Barna: Kids Will Be What They See
May 5, 2022

"Kids these days" are shaped by watching their parents. That's the takeaway from the Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University's latest survey. "Young children are watching their parents. They're listening to their parents, and they're trying to put those two things together," said George Barna, CRC Director and FRC Senior Research Fellow for the Center for Biblical Worldview. "The problem is, they're seeing a contradiction between word and deed. The conclusion we discovered that children draw is, 'what a shame. My parents seem as confused as I am. So, this faith that they're talking about must not have the answers.'"

Update Article Dems Race to Stop SCOTUS's Trial Blazers
Dems Race to Stop SCOTUS's Trial Blazers
May 5, 2022

Now that the country has had a few days to process the Supreme Court scoop of the century, the mood is changing. As shock gives way to suspense, the entire country is waiting -- waiting to see whodunit, waiting to see if the justices will expedite the ruling, waiting to see if the ruling we saw is final. The Left, on the other hand, is not waiting. From President Joe Biden to the radical governors across the country, the extremists are on the warpath -- ready to do anything and everything to keep their Roe v. Wade killing culture alive.

Update Article Title IX Rule Delay Is Good News for Women and Children
Title IX Rule Delay Is Good News for Women and Children
May 5, 2022

We learned last week about the Biden administration abandoning, at least for now, U.S. Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) plans to force millions of taxpayers to pay for other people's gender transition procedures. These procedures include surgeries and hormone treatments for children as well as adults. Another unexpected delay: U.S. Department of Education rulemaking related to Title IX. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona revealed last week during a House Appropriations committee hearing that the Biden administration's self-imposed April deadline for the proposed new rule has been shifted to May.

Update Article Dems Push for Second Opinion on Abortion
Dems Push for Second Opinion on Abortion
May 4, 2022

Another 24 hours have come and gone, and Americans are no closer to answering the burning questions on everyone's minds: who leaked the draft Supreme Court ruling on Roe -- and why? In the aftermath of Monday night, the media is scrambling to play amateur detective, throwing out possible motives and scenarios, while the biggest story -- Alito's actual opinion -- falls below the fold. The Supreme Court is on the verge of wiping out the bloodiest stain on America ever left by an activist court, and the message to both sides should be: get ready.

Update Article Affirm Foundation: Scripture Helps Parents Combat Trans Craze
Affirm Foundation: Scripture Helps Parents Combat Trans Craze
May 4, 2022

In a final rule released Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) surprisingly omitted a proposed change to bundle so-called "gender transition" procedures into private insurance plans. Dr. Jennifer Bauwens believes comments submitted by Family Research Council, other policy organizations, and thousands of individual citizens are the reason. "By backing off this rule, they don't have to respond to our comments," explained Bauwens, Director of FRC's Center for Family Studies, who drafted FRC's comment. "The science behind this ideology is really flimsy." Federal agencies are legally obligated to answer every comment submitted to a proposed rule." FRC President Tony Perkins agreed they "avoided responding because... a scientific debate... [would] expose what's behind the curtain."

Update Article Even in Divisive Times, The Flag of Religious Freedom Still Flies
Even in Divisive Times, The Flag of Religious Freedom Still Flies
May 4, 2022

Amid the furor that was unleashed on the Supreme Court after a leak of a draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade, an actual decision affirming religious liberty was handed down the same day but received scant attention. In a rare unanimous ruling, the Supreme Court ruled that the city of Boston's refusal to allow a Christian flag to be flown in front of City Hall violated the First Amendment rights of a Christian group known as Camp Constitution who submitted an application for the flag to be flown.

Update Article Is the End of <em>Roe</em> within Breach?
Is the End of Roe within Breach?
May 3, 2022

It was the scene that wasn't supposed to play out for another seven weeks -- angry protestors outside the Supreme Court, clutching signs and shouting at the building's dark offices. As word of the unprecedented leak on Dobbs started to spread, the crowd swelled, spilling into the sidewalks until the wee hours of the morning, as everyone speculated on what this window into the most important abortion ruling in 55 years could mean. While police raced to put up barricades around the court after the scandal hit the wire, one thing was crystal clear: a seismic shift on one of the fiercest political debates in America was already underway.

Update Article Medical Experts Agree to Disagree on Levine's Latest Lie
Medical Experts Agree to Disagree on Levine's Latest Lie
May 3, 2022

Anyone who's followed the latest culture wars understands that there's not a lot of consensus between the two sides, especially on the LGBT front. So the idea that anyone -- least of all Joe Biden's second-in-command at HHS -- would suddenly declare that there's absolute agreement on the Democrats' unpopular agenda to transgender children is unbelievable, even from this administration. It's also news to medical experts across the disciplines, who didn't waste any time setting the record straight.

Update Article Staying Strong to the Finnish
Staying Strong to the Finnish
May 3, 2022

Päivi Räsänen, a courageous Member of Parliament of Finland, is back on trial for the Bible. Räsänen was acquitted of criminal "hate speech" charges for quoting the Bible, specifically Paul's description of homosexuality as sin in Romans 1:24-27, and for publishing a pamphlet titled, "Male and Female He Created Them." Prosecutors have now appealed the case, hoping to relitigate the entire case in front of a new audience. "Unlike many other legal systems, under Finnish law, the prosecutor can appeal 'not guilty' verdicts all the way to the Supreme Court of Finland," explained FRC President Tony Perkins. "Yes, unfortunately, that is what we expect," responded Lorcán Price, attorney for ADF International who represents Räsänen. "This case is now headed to the Court of Appeal first."

Update Article While Roe Takes on Water, Mississippi Is Full Steam Ahead
While Roe Takes on Water, Mississippi Is Full Steam Ahead
May 3, 2022

A leaked, early draft of the Supreme Court's Dobbs ruling -- in which a majority of the court would uphold Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban and strike down Roe v. Wade -- sent the Left into hysterics this week, but the state of Mississippi has good reason to keep calm and carry on. "Once we went through the Dobbs case and had the oral arguments," explained Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves, "we knew then that it was very important in Mississippi that we show the way that we lead when it comes to setting up a scenario in a post Roe v Wade world."

Update Article Re-Lie-Ability: Biden Administration's Defining Feature
Re-Lie-Ability: Biden Administration's Defining Feature
May 2, 2022

Only totalitarians read George Orwell for ideas. Last week, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced the establishment of a "Myths and Disinformation Governance Board" which eerily resembles the "Ministry of Truth" from 1984. Readers of the novel will remember that the Ministry of Truth's sole purpose was to promulgate lies, just as the Ministry of Peace was devoted to prosecuting war.

Update Article 'Menstrual Equity' Kicks off a Period of Confusion in Schools
'Menstrual Equity' Kicks off a Period of Confusion in Schools
May 2, 2022

According to a new poll, Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) is officially the least popular governor in America. And considering the law she just signed, it's not hard to see why. Thanks to the Menstrual Dignity Act that just passed, local taxpayers are now on the hook for thousands of new tampon dispensers in boys' bathrooms. This latest madness, which affects every public school and college in the state, is expected to cost up to $400 a machine. And school custodians aren't the only ones upset about it.

Update Article Calling All Dads, Sons, Husbands, and Brothers!
Calling All Dads, Sons, Husbands, and Brothers!
May 2, 2022

The number of practicing Christians in America is declining at a record rate. Over the last decade, the percentage of the U.S. population that self-identifies as Christian has fallen by 15 percent. This statistic is a snapshot of a larger trend that has been occurring since the 1960's. Over the last 60 years, church membership in America has fallen by a staggering 25 percent--fully one quarter of the population has stopped going to church.

Update Article A New Strategy in the Legal Fight to Protect the Unborn Proves Successful
A New Strategy in the Legal Fight to Protect the Unborn Proves Successful
April 29, 2022

As the pro-life movement awaits the U.S. Supreme Court's pivotal Dobbs decision that could overturn Roe v. Wade in the coming months, a heartening new legal strategy has emerged after a recent federal court victory in Texas that could prove to be a blueprint for other states to follow in order to protect unborn children.

Update Article Dallas Area Pastors Encouraged to be 'Stirred' at Pastors Briefing
Dallas Area Pastors Encouraged to be 'Stirred' at Pastors Briefing
April 29, 2022

On Thursday, Family Research Council hosted its third Pastors Briefing of the year, this time at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas. The event, which drew pastors from throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, was designed to equip, educate, and encourage pastors to faithfully navigate recent cultural and political trends. Pastors heard from various national speakers and received FRC resources, including new material from FRC's Association of Churches and Ministries and the Center for Biblical Worldview (CBW).

Update Article Biden: Schools Are No Mom-and-Pop Shop
Biden: Schools Are No Mom-and-Pop Shop
April 29, 2022

It should have been a standard award ceremony on Wednesday, when President Biden hosted the 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year at the White House. But Biden just couldn't resist throwing parents under the school bus. "They're all our children," he said. "And the reason you're the teachers of the year is because you recognize that. They're not somebody else's children. They're like yours when they're in the classroom."

Update Article Disinformation Nation: Biden to Launch New Censorship Board
Disinformation Nation: Biden to Launch New Censorship Board
April 28, 2022

There's virtual anarchy on our southern border -- costing U.S. servicemen their lives -- and what is Homeland Security's priority? Policing free speech. In news almost too impossible to believe, the man presiding over the collapse of our immigration system, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, testified Wednesday that while millions of illegals stream into our country, destroying property and preying on local communities, his focus will be "countering misinformation" before the midterm elections. "The goal is to bring the resources of (DHS) together to address this threat," Mayorkas said. What threat? The biggest one to the Left's control: the truth.

Update Article Senate GOP: Southern Poverty Lawyer a Poor Choice for Judge
Senate GOP: Southern Poverty Lawyer a Poor Choice for Judge
April 28, 2022

Nancy Abudu isn't a household name, but her employer -- an anti-Christian group called the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) -- certainly should be. The "civil rights" organization, whose fall from grace rocked the Leftist establishment a handful of years ago, turned out to be a hive of racist scam artists that exploited its donors and sexually harassed employees. Turns out, the so-called hate watcher was the biggest hater of them all. And now, thanks to Joe Biden, one of their top attorneys is on the verge of becoming a judge on one of the most important courts in the country.

Update Article Depressed Teens, Unsuppressed Phone Addiction
Depressed Teens, Unsuppressed Phone Addiction
April 28, 2022

New CDC data on American high schoolers' mental health "echo a cry for help," said Debra Houry, Acting Principal Deputy Director. More than a third reported "poor mental health," 44 percent felt "sad or hopeless," and around one in ten attempted suicide. "It's a mental health crisis," said Dr. Jennifer Bauwens, Director of the Center for Family Studies at Family Research Council.

Update Article Taking the Sting out of Babylon's Cultural Quarrels
Taking the Sting out of Babylon's Cultural Quarrels
April 27, 2022

Ever wonder what the cultural weather will be in a few years, months, or days? Just ask the meteorologists at The Babylon Bee. I'm joking, of course. The Babylon Bee is a satire site, and prudent readers never, ever take a word they say seriously. But they do have a strange knack for nearly predicting future events -- for instance, the recent news of Twitter employees literally crying about Elon Musk buying the company. That may be because "humor is [taking] a little bit of truth... and magnify[ing] it," said FRC President Tony Perkins.

Update Article GOP Schools Dems in Education Politics
GOP Schools Dems in Education Politics
April 27, 2022

These days, Democrats can't even turn around without bumping into another poll that reminds them of the shellacking that awaits in November. The prophecies of doom are everywhere now, including the pages of their most reliable water-carriers: the mainstream press. At headquarters, where strategists wince with every Joe Biden interview, the hand-wringing must be at an all-time high now that they've officially lost their edge on a longtime party winner: education.

Update Article Biden Blurs the Boundaries of Border Crisis
Biden Blurs the Boundaries of Border Crisis
April 26, 2022

"We have plans," Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said irritably when he was pressed about the border disaster. "We are executing on those plans." That's news to our teams on the U.S.-Mexico line. If you ask local border patrol, like reporter Carine Hajjar did, the president's strategy (if he has one) is a joke. One agent, who was loading up a group of migrants to process, actually laughed when he was asked if the administration had a plan to deal with the nightmare they're all living. "Not that they've told us," he said.

Update Article Woke Mob a-Twitter over Free Speech's Return
Woke Mob a-Twitter over Free Speech's Return
April 26, 2022

One perk of being the world's richest man is influencing issues you care deeply about in ways others can't. For years, conservatives have protested Twitter's ongoing censorship of people and ideas which threaten to undermine their Leftist orthodoxy; Elon Musk just bought the whole company for $44 billion. "Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy," explained Musk, "and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated."

Update Article Coach Kennedy Prays for Keeps at SCOTUS
Coach Kennedy Prays for Keeps at SCOTUS
April 26, 2022

With all of the bad things he's done in his life, Joe Kennedy is still amazed that "the thing that got me in trouble was praying." Seven years after he lost his job as assistant coach of the Bremerton High School football team, he has no regrets for living out his faith at every game. Regardless of what the Supreme Court says about his public prayers, this Marine veteran knows better than anyone that the battles -- on the field and off -- belong to the Lord.

Update Article Taxing Their Patience: GOP Fed up with Corporate Wokeism
Taxing Their Patience: GOP Fed up with Corporate Wokeism
April 25, 2022

If you gave 1,000 American voters three tries to guess the top policy proposal of the Republican party, not one would answer "more taxes," but many might associate the GOP with "lower taxes," or "pro-business" policy. It might surprise them that a new document released by the Business Roundtable calls for more taxes, practically the opposite of its stated goal, to "promote a thriving U.S. economy and expanded opportunity for all Americans." The tax they propose, "a price on carbon," is basically a tax on living, moving, and especially producing. The "tone deaf" proposal is "the last thing we need," noted House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), "harmful to working families... already struggling from inflation [and] high gas prices."

Update Article Shining a Light on Religious Liberty around the World
Shining a Light on Religious Liberty around the World
April 25, 2022

When a bomb went off at his son's school in Afghanistan last week, Mohammad Hassan rushed around the city looking for his son. Hours later, Hassan found him in a refrigerated drawer of a hospital emergency room. Weeping, he told the Washington Post, "He was so smart, and he had so many dreams." The school is in a neighborhood in Kabul populated mostly by Hazara Muslim, a religious minority group now in mourning after a recent rash of attacks. These new tragedies are only the latest examples for why the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is calling for the State Department to designate Afghanistan a "Country of Particular Concern" (CPC) on religious freedom.

Update Article Disney's Cinderella Story Comes to an End at Reedy Creek
Disney's Cinderella Story Comes to an End at Reedy Creek
April 25, 2022

For once, Disney has no comment. Bob Chapek's company, whose loudmouth Leftists pushed the CEO into a losing war with Florida leaders, had nothing to say Friday when the governor pulled the plug on Disney's sweetheart deal with the state. To most people's surprise, the company that couldn't keep its mouth shut on the state's popular parental rights in education bill couldn't find the words to respond to the GOP's elimination of their autonomous district (after the Magic Kingdom tried to sprinkle fairy dust on public policy). "The entertainment giant has not commented publicly on the proposal to dissolve its government," reporters point out--a dramatic shift from the outspokenness that got them into this mess. Has Disney learned its lesson? Don't count on it.

Update Article Good Warning America: Florida Sends Disney (and Friends) a Message
Good Warning America: Florida Sends Disney (and Friends) a Message
April 22, 2022

Disney CEO Bob Chapek wasn't the only one waking up to an uncomfortable new reality Friday morning. Across corporate America, Chapek's counterparts probably all had the same uneasy feeling about what had transpired in Tallahassee the day before. Conservatives have exacted a pound of flesh in the woke wars -- and not just any pound of flesh, but a gash in the credibility of one of the biggest entertainment brands in the world. The message was simple: if woke companies want to carry the water for the Left and declare war on parents, then at least in Florida, lawmakers are going to side with parents.

Update Article CDC Control Towers over Average Fliers
CDC Control Towers over Average Fliers
April 22, 2022

America's most notorious COVID troll has reemerged to demand everyone crossing his bridge must pay his toll. As the Biden administration officially appeals its overturned mask mandate, Dr. Anthony Fauci came out of hiding long enough to admit that the federal government's transportation mask mandate is really about power and control. "We are concerned," said Fauci, "about courts getting involved in things that are unequivocally public health issues."

Update Article Missouri, Show Me You Care about Kids like Miles
Missouri, Show Me You Care about Kids like Miles
April 22, 2022

People sometimes ask me what it's like to be a parent going through this nightmare. It feels powerless, honestly. My son was only eight when his mom took him to a gender clinic that would change all of our lives. She never told me. She never asked my opinion. We shared joint custody of Miles, but it was only by accident that I stumbled on his medical records and learned that my innocent, vulnerable autistic son was weeks away from his first puberty-blocking drugs. It's a shock no parent gets over.

Update Article A Pro-Life Infrastructure Is in Place for a Post-Roe America
A Pro-Life Infrastructure Is in Place for a Post-Roe America
April 22, 2022

As an increasing number of states enact pro-life legislation ahead of the pivotal Dobbs Supreme Court case this summer, which could potentially return the authority to govern abortion back to the states, a predictable narrative has emerged in the mainstream media: abortion restrictions are "destroying" women's health care and are "oppressing" low income women.

Update Article A Whole New World for Disney after Florida Retaliates
A Whole New World for Disney after Florida Retaliates
April 21, 2022

If Disney didn't know conservatives meant business, they do now. Four weeks into this national drama between Florida and CEO Bob Chapek, state leaders aren't just speaking out -- they're hitting back. After years of sitting down and taking it when corporate bullies stick their noses in social issues, Governor Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) is finally making an example out of a company that took their war against parents too far. And to most Americans, who are sick of having their values mocked and shamed by Big Business, it's about time.

Update Article Celebrate Earth Day by Investing in Humanity
Celebrate Earth Day by Investing in Humanity
April 21, 2022

April 22 marks Earth Day, and this year's theme is "Invest in our planet." On this day, environmentalists and nature-lovers around the world unite to appreciate the beauty of God's creation (whether they recognize it as such or not) and advocate for its conservation. However, respect for the earth ought never to be in opposition to respect for humanity -- the pinnacle of God's creation. As some environmental extremists have begun to favor population reduction as a means to improve the planet, it is more important than ever to affirm that valuing the blessing of children and caring for creation are not mutually exclusive.

Update Article Ukraine Invasion Turns Grizzly for the Russian Bear
Ukraine Invasion Turns Grizzly for the Russian Bear
April 21, 2022

Russia's blitzkrieg-like invasion of Ukraine has turned into a bit of a stalemate. When Vladimir Putin first launched his assault in the last week of February, he expected a swift victory lasting no more than a week or two. As the war approaches its third month, Representative Pat Fallon (R-Texas) predicted on "Washington Watch" that it already has "the makings of Afghanistan 2.0 for the Russians."

Update Article A 40,000-Foot View of Freedom
A 40,000-Foot View of Freedom
April 20, 2022

Monday afternoon, airline passengers whooped and hollered when flight crews informed them the federal mask mandate was finally over. Crews and passengers responded to the news by ripping off masks mid-flight. Most commercial airlines and Amtrak quickly followed suit to drop their masking policies, as did rideshare services Uber and Lyft. Airlines "were urging that the mandate be lifted sooner," said Dr. Andrew Bostom, clinical trial epidemiologist at Brown University.

Update Article How Polish Churches Are Loving Their Ukrainian Neighbors
How Polish Churches Are Loving Their Ukrainian Neighbors
April 20, 2022

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sparked a humanitarian crisis unlike anything seen in Europe in nearly a century. Millions of Ukrainians are fleeing across the border to safety in surrounding countries as Russian forces continue to attack their homeland.

Update Article The Lie of Biden's 'Lifesaving' Treatment
The Lie of Biden's 'Lifesaving' Treatment
April 20, 2022

"I have this intense rage in me over the harm that was done to me..." -- Julie, 27\rWhen Julie woke up from her double mastectomy in the children's hospital in Syracuse, she expected to feel elated. Instead, she only felt numb. It wasn't supposed to be like this, she thought. Years later, she looks back with anger at the "collaborative idiocy" that crushed her spirit, permanently scarred her body, and left her feeling empty, betrayed, and alone. Like so many victims of the mutilating treatments this White House calls "livesaving," Julie will never fully get her life back. We've gone too far, the survivors of this movement are crying out. And no one, not even the president, is listening.

Update Article Under Biden, the Party's over for Moderates
Under Biden, the Party's over for Moderates
April 19, 2022

Maybe to some people, Joe Biden's fixation with gender identity feels out of character. But to others, who've watched the president undergo his own radical transformation in recent years, it makes more sense. The man who stood in front of America and defended the rights of little children to change their identities has, in many ways, done the same thing himself -- splitting from decades-old policy positions to assume a completely different political persona. When a reporter asked about Biden's transition -- was he officially identifying as a progressive? -- White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki replied that the president "is not eager to be labeled." Well, Joe Biden may not know what he is, but at least we know what he's not: a moderate.

Update Article The Fantastic Four: Several States Push Life across the Finish Line
The Fantastic Four: Several States Push Life across the Finish Line
April 19, 2022

In the lead-up to the biggest Supreme Court ruling on abortion in 50 years, local leaders certainly aren't sitting around waiting on the justices. Four states inked brand new pro-life protections into law this last week: Kentucky (thanks to a legislative override), Arizona, Oklahoma, and Florida--all significantly limiting the window when it's legal to have an abortion. Governor Kevin Stitt (R-Okla.), who was the latest target of the White House's ire, joked, "I know I'm doing something right when this administration criticizes the laws that we're passing." For a behind-the-scenes look at what put his state's bill over the finish line, don't miss Stitt's conversation with Tony Perkins on this week's "Washington Watch."

Update Article University Pays Professor over the Costliest Pronoun Yet
University Pays Professor over the Costliest Pronoun Yet
April 19, 2022

After spending four years and hundreds of thousands of dollars, a publicly funded university in Ohio has finally agreed to do what they should have done in the first place -- respect a professor's First Amendment right to free speech. As part of the settlement, Shawnee State University agreed to pay $400,000 in damages and attorney's fees, rescind a written warning issued against him in June 2018, and lift all requirements for the professor to use false pronouns to identify a student.

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Sen. Tim Scott Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 19, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Tim Scott is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Disney Gets Tangled in Big-Picture Pushback
Disney Gets Tangled in Big-Picture Pushback
April 18, 2022

As much as it would pain the Left to admit it, Bob Chapek was right. The Disney CEO, whose back must hurt from bowing to so many LGBT demands over the last month, warned that getting involved in Florida politics would "divide and inflame." At the end of the day, it's "counterproductive," he tried to argue. Four weeks and a nationwide boycott later, the company and its extremist hijackers are learning a painful lesson: This isn't the conservative movement of 10 years ago. They're squaring off against a Georgia-hardened, nationwide parents-led rebellion that doesn't back down to bullies. Not anymore.

Update Article 'Behold the Lamb of God': The Passover-Good Friday Connection
'Behold the Lamb of God': The Passover-Good Friday Connection
April 18, 2022

Easter isn't over yet! At the White House, President Biden hosted the first egg roll in two years, despite the rain and colder-than-normal temperatures. But there's a lot more to the holiday than bunnies and jelly beans -- especially this year. In one of the rarest occurrences on the calendar, the Jewish Passover was celebrated on the same day as Good Friday. Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs talked about the significance of that connection in a special interview with Tony Perkins. Don't miss their conversation as we continue to celebrate our Risen Savior!

Update Article Like a Moth to the Blame, Biden's Deflection Continues
Like a Moth to the Blame, Biden's Deflection Continues
April 18, 2022

Most pundits can't decide which is more surprising: the fact that Joe Biden's approval rating is the lowest ever recorded by an elected president -- or that he got there despite around-the-clock support from the press. "It's not an exaggeration to say that Biden has the corporate media, Big Business, academia, the Deep State, Big Tech, and all of Hollywood working 24/7 to protect him," John Nolte points out, "and he's still entering the Easter weekend in the worst shape of any elected president in recorded history."

Update Article Why 'Good Friday' Is So Good
Why 'Good Friday' Is So Good
April 15, 2022

For many people, 2022 began with a lot of promise. But recent developments have once again reminded us of the consequences of living in a fallen world. Over the past few weeks, headlines have been dominated by ghastly war crimes committed against the Ukrainian people. We've also learned about five fully formed babies who may have been the victims of illegal partial-birth abortions or infanticide in our nation's capital, and rising prices for gas and other consumer goods are forcing families to make difficult decisions. A divisive U.S. Supreme Court confirmation seems to have only exacerbated partisan political tensions.

Update Article With Great Power Comes Migrate Responsibility
With Great Power Comes Migrate Responsibility
April 14, 2022

The president's border policy has been called a lot of things -- a disaster, a cataclysmic failure, even political malpractice. But the most accurate description is the one nobody's using -- and that's intentional. While people across America explode in frustration wondering why the White House won't even use the word "crisis," that's because -- to them -- it isn't one. As Lt. Governor Dan Patrick (R-Texas) pointed out, the emergency at the border could have only been created by three things. "It's either negligence, stupidity, or the plan. It's the plan."

Update Article The Public Health Scandal No One's Talking About
The Public Health Scandal No One's Talking About
April 14, 2022

While the Biden administration doubles down on COVID, they're keeping another pandemic at arm's length. Data released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show "reported cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States decreased during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, but most resurged by the end of that year." After STDs set new records for six straight years, gonorrhea and syphilis cases increased again in 2020, while the CDC explained a slight dip in chlamydia cases to COVID-related reductions in diagnoses, "rather than a reduction in new infections." Most concerning of all, 53 percent of reported cases occurred in young people, aged 15-24. Yet, "America isn't taking the STD crisis seriously," complained an STD advocacy group.

Update Article A Ray of Hope for Fatherless Children in the Sunshine State
A Ray of Hope for Fatherless Children in the Sunshine State
April 14, 2022

It's a statistic that cannot be emphasized enough: one in four children in America grow up without a father in the home. As our country lurches from one crisis to the next, it is the surge in crime that is perhaps the most unsettling crisis of all. As average Americans witness the breakdown of law and order and feel unsafe in their communities, one can't help but get a sense that our society is gravely ill and on the verge of breakdown. While the Left flails around trying to explain away the crime surge, a simple hypothesis remains stubbornly clear: if one in four American children grow up in homes without the formative law and order that an involved father provides, common sense tells us that this absence of law and order is going to manifest itself in society when these fatherless children grow up and leave the home.

Press Release
Rep. Lance Gooden Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Lance Gooden is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Tom Tiffany Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Tom Tiffany is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Roger Marshall Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Roger Marshall is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Escape from Xinjiang: The First Christian Family Speaks out
Escape from Xinjiang: The First Christian Family Speaks out
April 13, 2022

When Ovalbek Turdakun opens his eyes on Easter morning, nothing will feel familiar. Six thousand miles away from the life they knew, he and his family will be celebrating the Resurrection in safety -- a luxury that few survivors of the Xinjiang camps will ever know. Touching down on American soil late Friday night, Ovalbek, his wife, and 12-year-old son exhaled for the first time in four years -- the horrors of China finally behind them. This Sunday, they'll sit in church pews without fear, openly worshipping the God who delivered them to freedom.

Update Article China to Hollywood: Don't Say Gay
China to Hollywood: Don't Say Gay
April 13, 2022

The Left doesn't mind when China controls the conversation, but they sure care when American parents do. That's the incredible hypocrisy of the Florida law hysteria. Woke CEOs are pitching a fit that states want to silence talk of sex and gender for kindergarteners, but if China wants to censor it? One entertainment group says: no problem.

Update Article A Rising Price Steals All Meals
A Rising Price Steals All Meals
April 13, 2022

Red alert for families: "inflation is rising three times faster than your paycheck," warned Representative Kevin Brady (R-Texas). "The average family in America, now, since Joe Biden became president, is paying an extra $5,700 more to buy the exact same things that they were before." On Tuesday, the Labor Department released the March 2022 inflation numbers, reporting that the consumer price index (CPI) had risen 8.5 percent from a year before. Inflation hasn't been this high since December 1981, when Raiders of the Lost Ark was in theaters. "Today's report was expected to be bad. It was worse than that," said Brady.

Update Article Disney's Trans Parent Trap
Disney's Trans Parent Trap
April 12, 2022

When Disney turns 100 next year, there could be a lot of empty seats at the party. Americans -- who had plenty of reasons to be suspicious of the company before Florida's law -- are furious with Bob Chapek's kingdom now. After decades of pushing the LGBT envelope, Disney is finally reaping the whirlwind for trying to rub families' faces in their extremism. In the war between parents and every woke CEO who aided and abetted the Left, this was the final straw. And both sides know it.

Update Article A Conversation No Parent Should Miss...
A Conversation No Parent Should Miss...
April 12, 2022

If you're looking for an honest take on the transgender debate in America, Tony Perkins sat down with FRC's Dr. Jennifer Bauwens on Monday to get to the bottom of this very emotional issue. A longtime clinician who worked in trauma-related treatment, Dr. Bauwens cuts right through to the heart of the debate -- offering practical tips for parents, the science behind gender confusion, the real motives of the Left, and hope for every child and family struggling to cope in this dangerous new world.

Update Article Are DOD Schools Fit for Service?
Are DOD Schools Fit for Service?
April 12, 2022

Military service is a family affair, with military spouses and children sharing in the sacrifices associated with deployment and service in general. In recognition of this fact, in 1986, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) designated April to be the Month of the Military Child. The DoD suggests 50 ways schools can honor military children, including special recognition, school assemblies, and the like.

Update Article Bad Sport: After Losing in Congress, Biden Rigs the Game
Bad Sport: After Losing in Congress, Biden Rigs the Game
April 12, 2022

The Biden administration appears to be auditioning for a guest appearance on "Whose Line Is It Anyway," the game show where everything is made up, and the points don't matter. The Department of Education has proposed a new rule to effectively rewrite Title IX, transforming it from an instrument to protect women into a cudgel for unchivalrous males to beat them with.

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Sen. John Kennedy Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. John Kennedy is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Bob Good Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Bob Good is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Jerry Moran Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Jerry Moran is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Biden Fails in the Blanks on Key Issues
Biden Fails in the Blanks on Key Issues
April 11, 2022

In the mad dash to turn things around before "a tornado hits Democrats" this November, the president has tried a lot of things. He's spent more, mandated more, and floated wild ideas like stacking the Supreme Court and federalizing elections. He's turned to his green lobby, his rainbow lobby, his deep blue progressive base lobby. But none of Joe Biden's "solutions" have actually bothered to address our real problems. The disaster he's made of the economy, southern border, foreign policy, U.S. energy production, and education are like fires raging out of control. And yet -- even now -- seven months away from a political reckoning for his party, there's not a single sign that Biden is ready to pivot.

Update Article The Trump Policy Dems Agree to Keep
The Trump Policy Dems Agree to Keep
April 11, 2022

"To make an end is to make a beginning," wrote conservative poet T.S. Eliot, and the U.S. Congress is (belatedly) realizing how true that is. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are mobilizing plans to terminate on May 23 a pandemic-era measure empowering border agents to turn migrants away, known as Title 42, members of Congress are exploring bipartisan efforts to stop them. The question many are asking is, after we end Title 42, what happens next?

Update Article GOP Plays Hardball on Girls' Sports, Trans Treatments
GOP Plays Hardball on Girls' Sports, Trans Treatments
April 11, 2022

There are plenty of ways to end up in the doghouse with voters, but Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb (R) certainly found the fastest: vetoing a bill on girls' sports. Two weeks into the blowback, the governor is still trying to dig out of the hole he created for himself. But based on the latest polling, he's going to need a lot bigger shovel.

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Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Steve Daines Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Steve Daines is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Bill Hagerty Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Bill Hagerty is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Louie Gohmert Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Louie Gohmert is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Chuck Grassley Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Chuck Grassley is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Joni Ernst Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Joni Ernst is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Jody Hice Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Jody Hice is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Rick Scott Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Rick Scott is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Biden's Trans Obsession: A Tough Fact to Follow?
Biden's Trans Obsession: A Tough Fact to Follow?
April 8, 2022

Joe Biden did warn us. When he ran for president, there were a lot of issues his campaign happily downplayed. Transgender extremism wasn't one of them. From tweets to townhalls, Biden couldn't have made it clearer that he'd be bringing an LGBT focus with him to the White House. The media tried to run interference -- insisting Biden's words had been twisted or painting conservatives as lying alarmists. Now, a year and a half into his administration's gender-twisting twilight zone, we know who was lying. And it wasn't Joe Biden.

Update Article We Must Acknowledge the Damage Inflicted by Transgender Ideology
We Must Acknowledge the Damage Inflicted by Transgender Ideology
April 8, 2022

There are at least 24 international LGBTQIA+ awareness days in addition to Pride Month. Some of these days are Drag Day, Pronouns Day, Trans Awareness Week and Month, and Trans Parent Day. No other subject known to humanity has been afforded such a salute on our yearly calendars as the LGBTQIA+ issue. Of course, these occasions provide political proponents ample opportunity to commemorate the day with a legislative agenda.

Update Article Parents: Nationwide, They're on Kids' Side
Parents: Nationwide, They're on Kids' Side
April 8, 2022

Waukesha, Wisconsin conservatives went three-for-three in Tuesday's school board elections, shutting out the progressive "slate" opposing them. A third of the nine-member school board stands for election each year, with the seats going to the three candidates who receive the most votes. Current incumbents finished in 5th and 6th place on election day; the third incumbent was eliminated in the February primary. "The Waukesha community -- and others around our county -- have spoken loud and clear," said newly elected school board member and Waukesha dad Mark Borowski. "They want change, so we are charged with giving it to them."

Update Article Citi Banks on Wokeness until Republicans Intervene
Citi Banks on Wokeness until Republicans Intervene
April 7, 2022

CitiGroup may be concerned about equity, but not when it comes to political views. The U.S. banking firm, in a knee-jerk reaction to Texas's heartbeat law, stunned investors last month by announcing that it would start footing the bill for employees who had to leave the state for an abortion. Hotels and plane tickets will be on us, CEO Jane Fraser declared, staking out radical new territory in the financial sector. Now, a handful of weeks later, CitiGroup is finding out that there's a price to joining the woke bandwagon. And losing Congress's business might be one of them.

Update Article America Can't Ignore the Left's Complicity in Infanticide and Child Abuse
America Can't Ignore the Left's Complicity in Infanticide and Child Abuse
April 7, 2022

In a U.S. House Education & Labor Committee hearing on Wednesday, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra refused to answer whether or not partial-birth abortion is in fact illegal (it is), instead restating boilerplate Democrat language about how he supports the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. When pressed by Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Becerra also refused to commit to investigating the University of Pittsburgh's alleged illegal human tissue extraction from the bodies of aborted babies.

Update Article Paul: 'I'll Stand up, Even If It's Unpopular'
Paul: 'I'll Stand up, Even If It's Unpopular'
April 7, 2022

If you ever wondered what a single person in the minority could do, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) just provided a pretty compelling example. After days of being a one-man thorn in the Democrats' side, the Kentucky Republican pulled out an impressive win today on a bill that could have had major consequences for the unborn. While everyone was in a rush to get more Russian sanctions out the door, Paul's decision to slow things down may have saved lives in a lot more places than Ukraine.

Press Release
Rep. Bill Huizenga Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Bill Huizenga is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. Mike Rounds Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Mike Rounds is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Doug LaMalfa Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Doug LaMalfa is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Sen. John Boozman Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. John Boozman is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Andy Harris Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Andy Harris is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Marsha Blackburn Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Marsha Blackburn is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Stonewalling Jackson: GOP Fights to the End
Stonewalling Jackson: GOP Fights to the End
April 6, 2022

While Democrats celebrate the all-but-certain confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson, Republicans have a message for Joe Biden: enjoy it, because she may be the only extremist you get. If the November elections are the bloodbath experts predict they'll be, the script in the Senate will flip. And Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is warning Democrats that the GOP's new bargaining power may come in very handy for future vacancies.

Update Article Separated by Birth: Two Parties, Two Very Different Abortion Views
Separated by Birth: Two Parties, Two Very Different Abortion Views
April 6, 2022

When D.C. homicide units pulled up to the brick rowhouse last Wednesday, it was already an unusual scene. As forensic teams carried out red biohazard bags and coolers, news was already starting to circulate about the gruesome evidence inside: the bodies of five perfectly-formed baby boys and girls, thrown away in an abortionist's garbage eight blocks from the White House. Some of them, experts believe, could be victims of a crime that Democrats argue never happens -- the cold-blooded infanticide that to this day they refuse to stop.

Update Article Disney Turns Snow White with Rage at Florida Parents' Bill
Disney Turns Snow White with Rage at Florida Parents' Bill
April 6, 2022

No one envies White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki's job. It's no fun defending the Biden administration's every flub and fumble -- especially the intentional blunders. Despite daily fielding hostile questions on camera, Psaki on Monday looked none too comfortable defending, once again, her boss's obsessive antipathy towards Florida's new law protecting Parental Rights in Education. To a straightforward question -- "At what age does the White House think that students should be taught about sexual orientation and gender identity?" -- the talented spin artist stumbled painfully through a non-answer, glancing repeatedly at her notes.

Update Article 'Human Tsunami' Puts Border on the Brink
'Human Tsunami' Puts Border on the Brink
April 5, 2022

Under Barack Obama, 1,000 people a day "overwhelm[ed] the system." Anything over 4,000 was considered a "crisis." So what does Joe Biden call 7,100 illegal border crossings every 24 hours? Just the beginning, apparently. The White House, determined to take sole ownership of the "worst administration ever" mantle, has decided to turn the catastrophe at the border up to doomsday levels by lifting the COVID restrictions that kept some migrants at bay. Starting May 23rd, agents warn, a million crossings every six months is going to sound like a dream scenario compared to what's coming.

Update Article 'I Am the Master of My Faith': How Dumping Christianity Is Trending
'I Am the Master of My Faith': How Dumping Christianity Is Trending
April 5, 2022

A trendy, new hashtag tempts Christians to look wise in the world's eyes. "There are 293,026 posts on Instagram utilizing the hashtag #deconstruction," reported apologetics writer Alisa Childers earlier this year. "The vast majority are from people who've deconverted from Christianity, become progressive Christians, embraced same-sex marriage and relationships, rejected core historic doctrines of the faith, or are on a mission to crush the white Christian patriarchy."

Update Article Preparing for a Post-<em>Roe</em> America
Preparing for a Post-Roe America
April 5, 2022

When gruesome and grotesque remains of unborn aborted babies were recently discovered in our nation's capital, it was a reminder of the work that remains to be done to fully create a culture of life across our nation. As the Supreme Court stands poised to throw out the infamous Roe v. Wade decision when deciding Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization in the coming months, our nation's pro-life community must be prepared to respond with open arms to women facing unplanned pregnancies -- and a strong legislative and legal affirmation of life at all levels of government policymaking.

Update Article Funding Nemo? Florida GOP Takes Aim at Disney Perks
Funding Nemo? Florida GOP Takes Aim at Disney Perks
April 4, 2022

If Disney sounds like an island of woke delusion, that's because -- legally -- it is. Thanks to a special legislative carve-out, the Magic Kingdom has been operating as its own self-governing district for more than half a century. They can approve their own construction projects, bypass local zoning laws, even install their own nuclear power plant without asking permission. It's been a sweetheart of a deal for Disney, until now. Turns out, there's a price to pay for declaring war on Florida parents -- and the company's local autonomy might be one of them.

Update Article KBJ's Defining Moment: What It Means for Washington
KBJ's Defining Moment: What It Means for Washington
April 4, 2022

Regardless of how Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings go, it's safe to say they'll be remembered for one thing: her inability (or outright refusal) to define the word "woman." Jackson's "I'm-not-a-biologist" answer has been memed, parodied, and mocked the world over. But it's also, one news outlet warns, contagious. Just how deep does this gender illiteracy go? All the way through the Biden administration, a survey of agencies shows.

Update Article School Board Perfects Anti-Christian Hostility to a Science
School Board Perfects Anti-Christian Hostility to a Science
April 4, 2022

The headline could read, "Local officials wage LGBT culture war, illegally discriminate against minority community," but you won't find this story covered by Slate or Buzzfeed. That's because the facts of this story turn the Leftist media's preferred narrative on its head. The school board of Somerville, Massachusetts delayed, and has moved to deny, an application by a large, Hispanic, immigrant church to found a religious school for grades K-8. "Here you have a church just trying to offer a ministry to its own people [and] to the surrounding community," said Massachusetts Family Institute President Andrew Beckwith on "Washington Watch."

Press Release
Sen. Jim Inhofe Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 4, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Jim Inhofe is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article NCAA Warned to Stay in their Lane after Swim Controversy
NCAA Warned to Stay in their Lane after Swim Controversy
April 1, 2022

Representative Mary Miller (R-Ill.) and other members of Congress threw the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) a life preserver yesterday, writing the embattled organization's president a letter with a stern warning, "if the NCAA is unwilling to protect women, Congress will be forced to take immediate action." The NCAA is drowning in a pool of its own making after allowing a male swimmer to outrace all the females in the women's 500-yard freestyle championship race. Congress is offering the NCAA a chance to do the right thing voluntarily, but it's unlikely that the NCAA has enough sense or boldness to recognize that before Congress cracks down.

Update Article This is not a Drill: Biden Spills Strategic Oil Reserve onto Market
This is not a Drill: Biden Spills Strategic Oil Reserve onto Market
April 1, 2022

President Biden yesterday announced plans to release over 180 million barrels of oil (30 percent) from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve over six months in an attempt to lower gas prices as "a wartime bridge to increase oil supply until production ramps up later this year." "My plan is going to help ease that pain today and safeguard against tomorrow," said Biden. "It's time to deliver true, long-term energy independence in America once and for all. And I'm going to continue to use every tool at my disposal to protect you from Putin's price hike." There are two words that describe someone who promises one thing and does the opposite. One is politician. The other is liar.

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Rep. Matt Rosendale Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Matt Rosendale is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Roger Williams Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Roger Williams is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Randy Weber Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Randy Weber is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Michael Guest Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Michael Guest is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Ted Budd Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Ted Budd is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Mike Carey Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Mike Carey is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Pete Sessions Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Pete Sessions is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Update Article Biden Administration: Parents Shouldn't Be Seen or Heard
Biden Administration: Parents Shouldn't Be Seen or Heard
March 31, 2022

When the federal government tries to usurp the freedoms of the American people, said Congressman Jody Hice (R-Ga.) on "Washington Watch," "you give them an inch and they become a ruler." That dynamic was on full display throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and nowhere more than governmental interference in school reopening. Now we've learned that the "science" was actually dictated by the teachers' unions, according to a report issued by Republicans on the House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Crisis.

Update Article States Move to Protect the Unborn, Parental Rights, and Women's Sports
States Move to Protect the Unborn, Parental Rights, and Women's Sports
March 31, 2022

Given the high-profile nature of goings-on in the U.S. Congress, it can be easy to lose track of legislative developments in the states. However, the U.S. Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization has recently drawn many people's attention back to state laws and legislative efforts, as the prospect of states regaining their jurisdiction over laws to protect the unborn comes into view for the first time since Roe v. Wade took it from the states nearly 50 years ago.

Update Article Confirming Ketanji Brown Jackson Would Be a Loss for Children
Confirming Ketanji Brown Jackson Would Be a Loss for Children
March 31, 2022

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, President Biden's nominee to replace Justice Stephen Breyer on the U.S. Supreme Court, has attracted immense controversy in her Senate confirmation hearings. Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is poised to vote on Jackson on April 4, have verbalized concern about her record of doling out weak sentences for users of child sexual abuse material (CSAM). Jackson may not be able to define what a woman is, or answer when life begins despite advocating for abortion, but she surely must know that allowing pedophiles to prematurely walk free is wrong -- right?

Update Article Dems Give Thomas an Offer He Can't Recuse
Dems Give Thomas an Offer He Can't Recuse
March 31, 2022

The Left has never needed an excuse to vilify Clarence Thomas. The longtime Supreme Court justice has been a thorn in the side of Democrats' lawless agenda for 30 years. So it's really no surprise that of the thousands of pages of texts submitted to the House's January 6th Committee, his wife's messages to the White House just "happened" to be leaked to the press. Now, in their latest attempt to dispatch their judicial foe, the president's party is arguing that being married to someone with political views should be grounds for impeachment.

Update Article Biden Administration Hangs Welcome Sign at Southern Border
Biden Administration Hangs Welcome Sign at Southern Border
March 30, 2022

Today's edition of "if you thought X was bad, just wait until President Biden makes it worse" will feature America's southern border -- again. As soon as today, the Biden administration is expected to nix a policy responsible for turning away more than a million illegal migrants since Biden took office. Invoked in March 2020, Title 42 is an emergency pandemic measure, "not really an immigration policy," explained Senator James Lankford (R-Okla.). Under Title 42, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) have turned away more than 1.7 million migrants since the pandemic began.

Update Article Mickey's Mantle of Radicalism
Mickey's Mantle of Radicalism
March 30, 2022

Apparently, Disney isn't planning to make nice with parents anytime soon. Thanks to bombshell video, leaked Tuesday, Americans are starting to understand just what kind of Fantasyland the company is. Corporate President Karey Burke painted a horrifying picture of the company's future projects, insisting on an employee Zoom call that she wants a "minimum of 50 percent of its characters to be LGBTQIA" and other minorities. "I'm here as the mother of two queer children," Burke said, "one transgender child and one pansexual child." And "going forward," she insisted, those are the stories Disney should be telling.

Update Article A Finnish Line for Freedom
A Finnish Line for Freedom
March 30, 2022

It's an incredible victory in a trial that should have never taken place. After months of wondering about her fate -- and the fate of religious freedom in general -- Finnish member of Parliament, Dr. Päivi Räsänen, was finally cleared of all charges, three years after her Bible tweet ignited an international firestorm. After months of anxiety and global scrutiny, both Räsänen and Rev. Juhana Pohjola, who was also accused of "hate crimes" for his orthodox views of sexuality, can breathe a sigh of relief.

Update Article Abortion's Knocking, WHO's There
Abortion's Knocking, WHO's There
March 29, 2022

A party that can't even define the word "woman" would have a field day with "human rights." That's what Republican Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has been warning people since the latest Russian sanctions bill flew through the House and landed at the Senate's door. Just because Congress wants to help Ukraine stop the senseless killing doesn't mean it should open the door to senseless killing of another kind: abortion.

Update Article A Good Woman Is Hard to Define
A Good Woman Is Hard to Define
March 29, 2022

In D.C., Democrats are confused about what a woman is. In California, they're confused about what a judge is. Governor Gavin Newsom (D), apparently desperate to set new disapproval ratings, made the unbelievable decision to put another biological man in woman's clothing on the court. At a time when the debate over transgenderism has never been more heated, Andi Mudryk's appointment makes it clear exactly where Democrats stand -- and it isn't with reality.

Update Article White House Fact-Checks President Biden
White House Fact-Checks President Biden
March 29, 2022

President Biden's weekend trip to Europe calmed our frightened NATO allies like a porcupine in a group hug. He exclaimed about Vladimir Putin on Saturday, "For God's sake, this man cannot remain in power." Was he trying to start World War III? The White House instantly jumped into clean-up mode, reassuring the world that President Biden "was not discussing Putin's power in Russia, or regime change."

Press Release
223 'True Blue' Members of Congress Awarded for their 100 Percent Voting Record on FRC Action's 2020, 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
March 29, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) announced today its "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. The annual award recognizes the members of Congress who displayed unwavering commitment and support of faith, family, and freedom. Of the 223 members of Congress who voted "True Blue" in at least one of the past two years, 55 senators and 168 representatives scored a perfect 100 percent on FRC Action's 2020 Vote Scorecard and/or 2021 Vote Scorecard.

Update Article In Governor's Race, YouTube Elects for Censorship
In Governor's Race, YouTube Elects for Censorship
March 28, 2022

YouTube is actively preventing Pennsylvania voters from casting informed ballots in the upcoming primary election. That's the only conclusion to draw from YouTube's decision over the weekend to remove a candidate forum hosted by the Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI). "YouTube offered no specifics of what is alleged to be in violation, beyond indicating that it had to do with content related to the 2020 Presidential election," said PFI President Michael Geer. "That election was not mentioned in our questions, and we can only conclude that the YouTube censors did not like the answers given by one or more of the candidates."

Update Article Republicans Even the Score on Girls' Sports
Republicans Even the Score on Girls' Sports
March 28, 2022

When photographer Erica Denhoff first saw the segment on Lia Thomas, she thought something was "honestly wrong." After stopping and rewinding the "Today Show" multiple times, she was certain: NBC had altered the picture. Gone was the swimmer's Adam's apple, his harsher -- more male -- features. "I pride myself on providing authentic images as a photojournalist," she told the Washington Examiner. This wasn't the shot she'd taken, Denhoff insisted. The network had airbrushed the face of the biggest story in sports to fit the transgender narrative. But considering the country's reaction, they'll have a much harder time glamorizing something else: their argument.

Update Article Calling All Men: Join FRC in North Carolina!
Calling All Men: Join FRC in North Carolina!
March 28, 2022

Don't miss FRC's next Stand Courageous men's conference Friday and Saturday, May 6th and 7th, at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point, North Carolina. If you haven't been to one of these events before, Stand Courageous brings men together from coast-to-coast for a life-changing call to biblical masculinity. Tony Perkins and Lt. General (Ret.) Jerry Boykin will both be leading this conference, along with host pastor Brandon Ware, Charles Flowers, Joaquin Molina, Larry Jackson, and Stu Weber.

Update Article Disney Dwarfed by Goofy Transgender Push
Disney Dwarfed by Goofy Transgender Push
March 25, 2022

Disney has created some iconic villains over the years, but they've crossed the line with their latest: Texas. In news no one can believe, the company synonymous with children has decided to pick a fight with a state protecting them. The announcement, which came Monday, is just the latest stop on CEO Bob Chapek's apology tour after he failed to defend transgenderism in Florida soon enough for the radical mob's liking. Now, after two weeks of penance that's included everything from multi-million dollar LGBT donations to the formation of a gay and transgender task force, Disney is the closest its ever been to a final break with American parents -- and reality.

Update Article Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands
Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands
March 25, 2022

Last week, a little-known provision of human rights law was tampered with as it made its way through the House of Representatives. Family Research Council called attention to the problems with this altered text, but because it was attached to the bill to cut off Russian oil, not as many took notice. This language must not be allowed to pass the Senate.

Update Article Plane is the Science... and the Government Overreach
Plane is the Science... and the Government Overreach
March 25, 2022

When free people don't defend their rights, they lose them. That's why this week FRC Action has filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration's "arbitrary and capricious" airplane mask mandate. Family Research Council's legislative affiliate filed the suit on Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas on behalf of two FRC Action members, and on behalf of Tony Perkins and his minor child.

Update Article 'The Rivers of Blood Flow down the Street'
'The Rivers of Blood Flow down the Street'
March 24, 2022

They were the words of a father, spoken after a month of unspeakable loss. "Save your sons from war," Volodymyr Zelensky said emotionally. So many of your children, he wanted Russians to know, are being "sent to die on our land." It was a moment of raw humanity, a plea to stop the carnage. But it was also a poignant reminder that grief never takes sides. Thousands of Russian bodies, some frozen and bootless, now dot the Ukrainian roads and countryside. Lying next to charred tanks or stacked in the refrigerated compartments of trains, they are the grim reminder of war's price.

Update Article Big Apple, Bigger Controversy: No Christians Allowed
Big Apple, Bigger Controversy: No Christians Allowed
March 24, 2022

Not too long ago, there was at least this understanding about hot-button issues: there are good people on both sides. Now, thanks to the woke hijacking of America's towers of business, tech, sports, education, and entertainment, those days are long gone. Anyone who disagrees with the Left now is not only undeserving of respect -- but cast out like a societal leper. It doesn't matter how mainstream your beliefs may be. As the firing of Kathlyn Barrett-Layne in New York City proved, there's no room at the table for anyone with Christian views.

Update Article Spring Breaks Miami in Shooting Wave
Spring Breaks Miami in Shooting Wave
March 24, 2022

Spring Break 2022 ended in Miami Beach with a bang -- or rather with a bunch of them. Multiple shootings along the beachfront Ocean Drive prompted city officials to announce a curfew for the rest of the week from midnight to 6 pm. "We can't endure this anymore. We just simply can't," pleaded Mayor Dan Gelber. "This isn't your mother and father's spring break. This is something wholly different."

Press Release
FRC Action Files Federal Lawsuit Over Biden Airline Mask Mandate
published in FRC Press Office
March 24, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Last night, Family Research Council Action, the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council, filed a federal lawsuit against the Biden administration in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas over the federal mask mandate on all airplanes. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of FRC Action, two FRC Action members who live in Texas, and a child. Tony Perkins is participating in the case both as president of FRC Action and as the father of the child.

Update Article A Define Line on Ketanji Brown Jackson
A Define Line on Ketanji Brown Jackson
March 23, 2022

Reporters walking to the Senate Judiciary Committee for the first round of Ketanji Brown Jackson hearings must have wondered if they were lost. There were no protestors, no "handmaidens," no overwhelming presence of Capitol Police. Four years ago, in the disgrace that was Brett Kavanaugh's hearing, there were 22 arrests before 11 a.m. Two years later, on Amy Coney Barrett's first day, 21 people were handcuffed before the session even started. Without the Left's screaming, tantrums, and constant disruptions against a Republican nominee, it hardly feels like a modern Supreme Court confirmation debate.

Update Article Gutless Govs Refuse to Be Team Players on Sports
Gutless Govs Refuse to Be Team Players on Sports
March 23, 2022

It's not every day that a politician has the chance to be a hero in one of the most high-profile debates in the country. And it's also not every day that a leader turns the chance down. This week, it happened twice. To the shock of Indiana and Utah voters, their governors had the opportunity to make the biggest statement on girls' sports since the Lia Thomas swimming scandal erupted last weekend. Both of them refused.

Update Article Before the Uyghurs, There Were the Rohingya
Before the Uyghurs, There Were the Rohingya
March 23, 2022

Inflation is so pervasive these days, even the number of U.S. genocide declarations is accelerating. In the first 75 years since the Holocaust, the U.S. State Department concluded a genocide was committed six times. In the past two years, it has added two more. Last January, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared China's oppression of the Uyghurs a genocide, and on Monday, Secretary Antony Blinken announced, "I've determined that members of the Burmese military committed genocide and crimes against humanity against Rohingya."

Update Article Before the Uyghurs, There Were the Rohingya
Before the Uyghurs, There Were the Rohingya
March 23, 2022

Inflation is so pervasive these days, even the number of U.S. genocide declarations is accelerating. In the first 75 years since the Holocaust, the U.S. State Department concluded a genocide was committed six times. In the past two years, it has added two more. Last January, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared China's oppression of the Uyghurs a genocide, and on Monday, Secretary Antony Blinken announced, "I've determined that members of the Burmese military committed genocide and crimes against humanity against Rohingya."

Update Article The Ind. of The Road for Girls' Sports?
The Ind. of The Road for Girls' Sports?
March 22, 2022

It doesn't take a whole lot of moral courage to protect girls' sports in the middle of a nationwide controversy. But apparently, it takes a lot more than Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb (R) has. In a move that defies logic, timing, politics, and state values, the man heading up one of the biggest fan bases in America wants people who just watched Lia Thomas to believe: transgenderism isn't hurting anyone.

Update Article Transgenderism Has a Science Problem
Transgenderism Has a Science Problem
March 22, 2022

In the fight over transgender treatments for kids, everyone from President Joe Biden to national medical organizations are defending these life-altering therapies as "necessary." Just this week, a court reinstated its temporary ban on Texas's protections for children, arguing that they could cause "imminent and irreparable harm." Even the state's Leftist medical association is throwing its support behind drugs and therapies that can destroy a young person's body, insisting that it's "developmentally appropriate care." Other doctors and experts argue that laws putting a pause on gender transition are supported by basic scientific facts. Who's telling the truth?

Update Article The Bee Responds to Twitter's Sting
The Bee Responds to Twitter's Sting
March 22, 2022

"We're not going to take it down." They thought about it, but the team at the Babylon Bee believes that deleting a post because Twitter can't embrace the truth is one of those tipping points in life. "These little things, these basic fundamental truths, these realities [are what] we're being asked to deny and pretend [they] aren't there," the Bee's Joel Berry explained on "Washington Watch." He takes listeners behind the scenes of the censorship story that's stealing national headlines on Monday's radio program.

Update Article Would You Stay and Fight for America?
Would You Stay and Fight for America?
March 22, 2022

When Russia invaded Ukraine, laying waste to the country, the response of many Ukrainians awed and inspired the world -- Ukrainians rallied in support for their country, taking up arms as their lives were put on hold. Grandmas, school teachers, and people of all walks of life volunteered to join the Territorial Defense Forces (TDF). However, the same desire to stay and fight might not be true of many American citizens if they were put in a similar situation.

Update Article It Takes a Citi... to Abort a Child
It Takes a Citi... to Abort a Child
March 21, 2022

The Left's Long March through the Institutions captured the banks long ago, but this month it flexed its muscles. Citigroup Bank informed its shareholders that it would begin paying travel expenses for employees to obtain an out-of-state abortion. The letter thumbed a not-so-subtle nose at Texas's innovative pro-life law, stating, "In response to changes in reproductive healthcare laws in certain states in the U.S., beginning in 2022 we provide travel benefits to facilitate access to adequate resources." I'll be honest; partisan banking wasn't on my 2022 bingo card, or even my wish list.

Update Article NCAA's Swim Controversy Drowns out Real Storylines
NCAA's Swim Controversy Drowns out Real Storylines
March 21, 2022

Not everyone at last weekend's NCAA women's swimming championship raced against Lia Thomas -- but they were all overshadowed by him. For hundreds of girls who'd worked years to get to this moment, that was the greatest tragedy of the circus that unfolded in Atlanta. Despite all of the interesting rivalries and personal bests, what most people will remember wasn't the girls' triumph and hard work -- but the controversy. For every parent, coach, and swimmer, Thomas wasn't just part of the story. He was the story.

Update Article Twitter's Plan Bee: Censorship
Twitter's Plan Bee: Censorship
March 21, 2022

"This is real life." To Babylon Bee creator Adam Ford, it was important to make that distinction, since even the world's greatest satirists couldn't imagine a scenario like this one. Twitter, king of conservative censorship, wielder of the all-powerful on/off switch, had done it again. In the growing genre of it-sounds-like-fake-news-but-isn't, Big Tech's thought police locked the Bee's account for recognizing something all of us have been tested on since high school: biology.

Update Article Doubting Thomas's Win: The Swimming World Erupts
Doubting Thomas's Win: The Swimming World Erupts
March 18, 2022

"I want people to wake up to the world we are creating for women." That was the emotional appeal of an Ivy League mom, who's desperately been trying to find a legal solution to the Lia Thomas swimming controversy. But she didn't find one in time for this week's NCAA championship in Atlanta, where the biological male competed, sweeping events that should have belonged to women. It's a joke, one commentator raged -- "and biological women are the punchline."

Update Article Surviving the Yale Mob: What a Vicious Protest Says about Ivy Law
Surviving the Yale Mob: What a Vicious Protest Says about Ivy Law
March 18, 2022

Kristen Waggoner doesn't get usually get nervous. As one of Alliance Defending Freedom's top attorneys, she's argued before the Supreme Court, tackled high-profile cases, and spoken in front of her share of hostile crowds. But something about her visit to Yale University Law School last week felt different. "I can count on about one hand when I get really [anxious] before something," she said. This was one of those moments. Walking into a room filled with a raging student mob didn't just mean she was in danger -- it meant the culture of free speech in higher education was on the verge of complete collapse.

Update Article Surviving the Yale Mob: What a Vicious Protest Says about Ivy Law
Surviving the Yale Mob: What a Vicious Protest Says about Ivy Law
March 18, 2022

Kristen Waggoner doesn't get usually get nervous. As one of Alliance Defending Freedom's top attorneys, she's argued before the Supreme Court, tackled high-profile cases, and spoken in front of her share of hostile crowds. But something about her visit to Yale University Law School last week felt different. "I can count on about one hand when I get really [anxious] before something," she said. This was one of those moments. Walking into a room filled with a raging student mob didn't just mean she was in danger -- it meant the culture of free speech in higher education was on the verge of complete collapse.

Update Article The Kremlin's Crimes and Putin's Punishment
The Kremlin's Crimes and Putin's Punishment
March 18, 2022

President Joe Biden just declared what every red-blooded American with two eyes and a television believes: Vladimir Putin "is a war criminal." After initially mishearing a reporter's question and answering "no," the president clarified that he does, in fact, believe the Russian autocrat is guilty of war crimes. This was one "Candid Joe" moment the White House could stomach. Biden was "speaking from his heart," explained Press Secretary Jen Psaki, "and speaking from what he's seen on television."

Update Article Biden's Weak in Review
Biden's Weak in Review
March 17, 2022

To the White House's dismay, the headline didn't come from the Babylon Bee, but the liberal New Yorker: "Poll Shows Zelensky Leading 2024 Presidential Race." It was meant as satire, but for the team riding on Joe Biden's Titanic, it exposed something that anyone watching the Ukrainian crisis already knew: this president is no leader. And being confronted with one -- as Americans were in the form of Volodymyr Zelensky -- only confirmed it.

Update Article It's Noun or Never: Teacher Fights for Job in Trans Name Fight
It's Noun or Never: Teacher Fights for Job in Trans Name Fight
March 17, 2022

Can three letters cost you your job? They can if they're "s-h-e." That's the unbelievable drama playing out for the latest time in Kansas's Fort Riley Middle School. When math teacher Pamela Ricard refused to use a boy's name for a female student, the Geary County School District gave her a choice: embrace the lie or lose your job.

Update Article D.C. Establishment Tires of People's Convoy
D.C. Establishment Tires of People's Convoy
March 17, 2022

The People's Convoy veered off its well-trodden path this week. Instead of circuiting D.C.'s beltway interstate Jericho-style, they waded into the city itself -- while keeping to the freeway. Not that they had any choice. D.C. Metropolitan Police were out in force, maintaining rolling road closures to funnel the convoy away. Drivers were "blocked at every single exit," convoy co-organizer Brian Brase told "Washington Watch" viewers, "even though we had no intention of going off the interstate." The convoy peacefully passed through the city, with the same overreaction by the government, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Update Article Mr. Zelensky Goes to Washington
Mr. Zelensky Goes to Washington
March 16, 2022

For members of Congress, who filed in to the dark-paneled congressional auditorium this morning, the mood was somber. Instead of the ornate House chamber, where important speeches to both chambers are usually held, the special room in the Capitol's visitor center had the feel of a situation room. And to the men and women there, wearing U.S.-Ukrainian pins, that's exactly what it was. Almost 5,000 miles away, the most unlikely of heroes had come to plead for his people from the belly of a war he didn't ask for. "The destiny of our country is being decided," President Volodymyr Zelensky urged, his larger-than-life face creased by weeks of sleepless nights. "I call on you to do more."

Update Article Abortion by Thesaurus: A Professional Guide
Abortion by Thesaurus: A Professional Guide
March 16, 2022

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), Luke 1:42 should read, "And when Elizabeth heard the greeting of Mary, the fetus leaped in her uterus." Does that sound too extreme? Uncharitable? Check out their "Guide to Language and Abortion" released this month. It argues against using terms like "baby" or "unborn child" because "centering the language on a future state of a pregnancy is medically inaccurate." They say doctors should instead use "embryo" through eight weeks, and then "fetus."

Update Article Better Schools Start in the Church
Better Schools Start in the Church
March 16, 2022

If you want to change education in America, all you need is a church. That's what a community in Columbus, Ohio is preaching to the rest of the country with the opening of Westside Christian School. This fall, thanks to eight local churches and some private donations, the neighborhood of Hilltop is opening a special charter school for children who aren't getting the best instruction -- or values -- from government classrooms. "We want to help our kids grow up with a Christian worldview," said Pastor Ben Douglass. And you can too.

Update Article The Gas Is Always Greener on the Other Side
The Gas Is Always Greener on the Other Side
March 15, 2022

"I know a lot of people are struggling," Pastor Steven Allman said. "I understand the desperation," he admitted. But Allman, who heads up the Leeds Community Church in Maine, was still shocked that his parish's outside fuel container -- which can hold about 200 gallons -- had been completely drained and stolen. A member of the congregation made the discovery when people arrived to a "freezing cold" sanctuary Sunday morning. These are difficult times, Allman shook his head. And until Joe Biden changes course, there's no end in sight.

Update Article Turning Regret into Empowerment: The Detrans Stories
Turning Regret into Empowerment: The Detrans Stories
March 15, 2022

"It's in the schools. It's online. It's in cartoons and media. It's in the medical system. There is a coordinated attack on our children... And I would just say, you just cannot be too careful." --Brenton Netz, father of a gender-indoctrinated son \rHe said that he's the only adult in his son's life who is not affirming his "delusion." For Brenton Netz, dad of Miles, that's meant a painful last two years.

Update Article American Diplomats Scramble Dither and Yawn
American Diplomats Scramble Dither and Yawn
March 15, 2022

U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan met Chinese Diplomat Yang Jiechi Monday in a meeting that outlasted the runtime of the original Star Wars trilogy -- seven hours. On the agenda was a "substantial discussion of Russia's war against Ukraine," including China's aid to Russia. While reports of the meeting are sparse on details, one White House official said the administration has "deep concerns about China's alignment with Russia" and that "the national security advisor was direct about those concerns and the potential implications and consequences of certain actions."

Update Article Courts Carry Heartbeat Law to Term
Courts Carry Heartbeat Law to Term
March 14, 2022

Unborn babies just won another Texas-sized legal victory. On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court unanimously ended the abortion industry's challenge to the state's 6-week abortion ban because of its unique enforcement mechanism through private legal action. "Texas law does not authorize the state-agency executives to enforce the Act's requirements, either directly or indirectly," said the court, so abortion groups could not invalidate the law by suing them. The law has already deterred Texas abortion businesses, saving the lives of 100 babies a day.

Update Article Anticipating Gen Z
Anticipating Gen Z
March 14, 2022

Millennials, the generation born between 1984 and 2002, are a very significant force in American culture. Let's consider the tail end of the Millennial generation, those aged 18 to 24. That segment represents the latter third of the generation, comprising roughly 30 million individuals.

Update Article Anticipating Gen Z
Anticipating Gen Z
March 14, 2022

Millennials, the generation born between 1984 and 2002, are a very significant force in American culture. Let's consider the tail end of the Millennial generation, those aged 18 to 24. That segment represents the latter third of the generation, comprising roughly 30 million individuals.

Update Article Seattle Pastor: 'God Is Not Done with This Nation'
Seattle Pastor: 'God Is Not Done with This Nation'
March 14, 2022

"It's really foolish to think that if we start soft-pedaling [tough] issues in the body of Christ that we're going to be listened to on any of the other issues." For Pastor Alec Rowlands, that's been a guiding principle for the last 33 years. The head of Westgate Chapel, near Seattle, has been in ministry a long time, and he understands that we're living in the days of Isaiah 5 -- where good is called evil, and evil is called good. It's all the more reason, he believes, for the church to stand up for truth -- even in the heart of the radical West Coast.

Update Article Must-See Huckabee!
Must-See Huckabee!
March 14, 2022

Under a radical administration like Joe Biden's, the question on everyone's minds is: What can American Christians do? Tony Perkins talked about that on TBN's "Huckabee" this past weekend. If you missed it, check out his conversation with the former governor of Arkansas!

Update Article Disney to DeSantis: Let It Go
Disney to DeSantis: Let It Go
March 11, 2022

If you want to know what a small world it really is at Disney, ask CEO Bob Chapek. The head of the happiest place on earth hasn't had a magical 72 hours after his decision to stay out of Florida's debate over sex education blew up in the company's face. Chapek, who tried to lay low on a bill to keep transgender talk out of K-3 classrooms, found out pretty quickly that when it comes to LGBT issues at Disney, things get, well -- animated.

Update Article Dems Use Ukraine to Invade America's Wallets
Dems Use Ukraine to Invade America's Wallets
March 11, 2022

Record prices may be forcing Americans to cut back -- but not Democrats. Thanks to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), Congress just rammed through a massive $1.5 trillion government spending bill that this maxed-out country can't afford. That didn't seem to matter to the majority party, who piled everything from their radical wish list onto a package that was supposed to be about Ukrainian relief. Turns out, the only aid Joe Biden's party really cares about is political.

Update Article Guatemala Declared Pro-Life Capital of Latin America
Guatemala Declared Pro-Life Capital of Latin America
March 11, 2022

The international pro-life movement achieved a significant victory this week in Guatemala. On Wednesday, March 9, Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei celebrated the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family (CIVF) proclaiming his nation the "pro-life capital of Latin America." Joined by his cabinet, members of the Guatemalan Congress, religious leaders, and a large international delegation, Giammattei vowed to protect life from conception to natural death and promised to fight for families in his nation.

Update Article Omnibus or Omnibust? Pelosi's $1.5 Trillion in Woke Pork
Omnibus or Omnibust? Pelosi's $1.5 Trillion in Woke Pork
March 10, 2022

To the rest of the world, Russia's invasion is a nightmare. For Democrats, it was an opportunity. The party of "never let a crisis go to waste" needed an excuse to ram through its radical government spending bill -- and the Ukrainians' suffering gave them just the opening they'd been waiting for. Unfortunately for Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), exploiting a global catastrophe has its downsides. And in this case, it might mean Democrats are more divided -- and more unpopular -- than ever.

Update Article A World of Help for Ukraine
A World of Help for Ukraine
March 10, 2022

The first thing mothers feel when they get off the train at the Polish line is relief. The second is shock, followed by a rush of emotion and gratitude. There, at the Przemysl station, are lines of empty strollers and car seats free for the Ukrainian refugees. Displaced families walk the rows of cardboard boxes filled with toys and stuffed animals, try on winter coats from the mounds of donations, and rummage through diapers and other necessities. It's the locals' way of saying: let us help.

Update Article How to Stand -- With or Without a Platform
How to Stand -- With or Without a Platform
March 10, 2022

These days, it's easier to list the tech giants who have NOT de-platformed conservatives than those who have. Conservatives have finally had enough, a point they emphasized at the National Religious Broadcasters convention in a panel moderated by Tony Perkins. "Heading into Covid," said Washington Times President Chris Dolan, "we were ranked the fifth most reliable newspaper in America from a national survey of households.... Three years later, we're being knocked off platforms because we're not trustworthy. Nothing's changed besides the interpretation of us."

Update Article Dems Slip Harmful Human Rights Provision into Russian Sanctions
Dems Slip Harmful Human Rights Provision into Russian Sanctions
March 10, 2022

Congress is rushing through critical pieces of legislation, opening the door for unrelated and harmful amendments to be attached. This is exactly what happened yesterday when the House passed the Suspending Energy Imports from Russia Act (H.R. 6968). It's a bipartisan bill to prohibit importing energy from Russia in the wake of Vladimir Putin's brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. However, House Democrats seized the opportunity to tack on a controversial amendment to a bill they knew would pass.

Update Article A Crude Assessment of Biden's Oil Fail
A Crude Assessment of Biden's Oil Fail
March 9, 2022

The rest of the world may have no use for Vladimir Putin, but in this White House, he's performing one very valuable function: scapegoat. For Joe Biden, who's been desperate to offload his share of the blame for this global catastrophe, the Russian warmonger has been a convenient option. When reporters press him about the pain at the pump, the president simply shrugs and says, "Can't do much about it right now. Russia is responsible." He's even taken to calling it "Putin's price hike" -- hoping Americans' outrage will help them forget: it was Biden who was punishing us all along.

Update Article Woke Sex Ed Spends a Day in the Florida Shun
Woke Sex Ed Spends a Day in the Florida Shun
March 9, 2022

At some point, maybe we should ask the Associated Press who they're associated with. Right now, all we can gather is that they're "associated" with the Democratic Party, the LGBT lobby, and any effort that distorts the news to suit the far-Left. That political bias, which has been on full display with the trucker convoy and election reform, was back in full force Tuesday, when the bastion of journalism couldn't even bring itself to call Florida's parental rights bill by its real name. After all, being honest might have exposed the real news: that most of the state supports it.

Update Article Busy Are the Peacemakers
Busy Are the Peacemakers
March 9, 2022

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett embarked on an unprecedented diplomacy tour Saturday, flying to Moscow and then Berlin, and calling Ukrainian President Zelensky three times over the weekend. The substance of his three-hour long meeting with Putin is largely unknown, but one topic was "the number of Jews that are in Ukraine," whom Israel wants to get out of the country safely, CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell reported. It's likely he tried to "mediate what's going on right now in Ukraine and try to bring some end to the hostilities," too. "Israel is in a unique situation," Mitchell explained, "having relationships with Russia and, of course, relationships with the West.

Update Article Busy Are the Peacemakers
Busy Are the Peacemakers
March 9, 2022

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett embarked on an unprecedented diplomacy tour Saturday, flying to Moscow and then Berlin, and calling Ukrainian President Zelensky three times over the weekend. The substance of his three-hour long meeting with Putin is largely unknown, but one topic was "the number of Jews that are in Ukraine," whom Israel wants to get out of the country safely, CBN Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell reported. It's likely he tried to "mediate what's going on right now in Ukraine and try to bring some end to the hostilities," too. "Israel is in a unique situation," Mitchell explained, "having relationships with Russia and, of course, relationships with the West.

Update Article Biden Appoints another Abortion Activist
Biden Appoints another Abortion Activist
March 9, 2022

If you thought President Biden had finished appointing radical pro-abortion activists to key posts in his administration, think again. The president's frustration with HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra has evidently not deterred him from promoting other figures who put politics over law and sacrifice every norm to advance abortion. Yet on Tuesday the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations voted 11-11 on just such a nominee, Sarah Cleveland, as Legal Advisor for the Department of State. Although the vote was tied, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer can bring her nomination to the floor with a discharge vote.

Update Article Bent But Not Broken
Bent But Not Broken
March 8, 2022

In Lviv, they can barely keep up. There are 200,000 mouths to feed, as women, children, and the elderly pour into the city along the western border. "But the trains are still going," the mayor warns, "and the numbers are growing." In other cities, shelters are at capacity. As families crowd into tiny underground spaces for days on end, places like Mariupol and Volnovakha are running out of food and water. "People are there 11 days now," one of the men says. "[They] are sick... There is no toilet... The basement only gets fresh air when there is no shelling," which lately, is rare. But Ukrainians are not broken, they want people to know. Not even close.

Update Article Putin an End to Russian Oil
Putin an End to Russian Oil
March 8, 2022

President Joe Biden has set a lot of records since last year -- all of them bad. He added another one Monday when the United States hit the highest price of gas per gallon ever. Topping the record of $4.11 from his old boss, Barack Obama, Biden has the dubious distinction of presiding yet over another crisis: the collapse of America's energy independence.

Update Article Give up the Ghosting: DOJ Ignores States' FOIA Request
Give up the Ghosting: DOJ Ignores States' FOIA Request
March 8, 2022

The Biden administration is so good at ignoring problems in hopes they will disappear that it could get adopted into a family of ostriches. But Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita (R) is undeterred. Along with 13 other state attorneys general, he filed a lawsuit against the administration for ignoring Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests filed last fall. "I didn't use anything that any citizen or person in this country couldn't use," he informed "Washington Watch" viewers. "Ignoring me and thirteen other states, now for five months, thinking that we're just going to get bored and go away... is not going to be the final result."

Update Article Russian Commander: 'I Feel Shame That We Came to This Country'
Russian Commander: 'I Feel Shame That We Came to This Country'
March 7, 2022

The broken bodies lie in the city's rubble, their suitcases packed for the safe haven they will never get to. In Irpin, the carnage is covered by dirty sheets -- but the world is not looking away. To the mayor's horror, an entire family, including two little children, was killed in front of his very eyes when a rocket hit the local checkpoint. "This is murder," a passionate President Volodymyr Zelensky argued. "Deliberate murder." And the Russian people, who may never have the full picture of the nightmare unfolding in Ukraine, agree.

Update Article Russian Victory Would Mark End of Religious Freedom in Ukraine
Russian Victory Would Mark End of Religious Freedom in Ukraine
March 7, 2022

Ukrainians are inspiring the world with their determination to fight back against Russia's unprovoked invasion. Enduring almost two weeks of attacks from one of the most sophisticated militaries in the world, the Ukrainian people have proven their resolve. They don't want to live under the control of Russia or Russian proxies, and for many good reasons. Among the countless tragedies and hardships that a Russian victory would mean for the Ukrainian people is a rollback of religious freedom.

Update Article Texas, Not Biden, Has Kids' Backs
Texas, Not Biden, Has Kids' Backs
March 7, 2022

The media's criticism has been blistering, but Texas conservatives aren't budging. Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) and Governor Greg Abbott (R) are standing behind their decision to protect kids from mutilating surgeries and sterilizing hormones -- no matter how America's editorial pages rage. That's good news for parents -- and even better news for children, who might one day thank the duo for seeing the wisdom they couldn't in waiting.

Update Article Nike Swooshes in to Join Corporate Response in Ukraine
Nike Swooshes in to Join Corporate Response in Ukraine
March 4, 2022

They work quietly, each man bending and turning in rhythm. Together, they form a long human chain -- sons and fathers moving in unison to fill sandbags for the attack they all know is coming. One hundred twenty-five miles to the west, Russian soldiers own the streets, giving these exhausted men all the motivation they need to keep working. For days, Odessa's families have braced for an invasion from the sea, a modern version of the horror their grandparents endured in 1941.

Update Article Obsession Is Nine-Tenths of Biden's Law
Obsession Is Nine-Tenths of Biden's Law
March 4, 2022

They were just 59 words of the president's State of the Union -- a tiny sliver in a 62-minute speech. But the reality of Joe Biden's transgender agenda is much more vast and all-encompassing than anyone could dream. At a time of war, inflation, and crises from every direction, the White House is spending precious time fighting anyone who dares to believe that children shouldn't be allowed to mutilate their bodies or permanently sterilize themselves under age.

Update Article Twitter: Silly Congresswoman, Girls' Sports Are for Boys
Twitter: Silly Congresswoman, Girls' Sports Are for Boys
March 4, 2022

While the Kremlin tweets freely about invading Ukraine, Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) got suspended for Twitter for saying something Twitter thinks is much worse. Before I quote her, I just want to forewarn readers everywhere that her comment may incite you to radical acts of fairness and excessive levels of agreement. Here's what she said in the offending tweet: "Women's sports are for women, not men pretending to be women." So much worse than invading a sovereign nation, right?

Update Article Rubio: 'It Looks Like His Plan Is a Medieval-Type Siege'
Rubio: 'It Looks Like His Plan Is a Medieval-Type Siege'
March 3, 2022

She's become the face of Ukrainian mothers, a Kyiv tour guide who now wonders if anything will be left of the city to visit. Now, she's underground, doing emotional interviews with American media with her two boys and a baby in her lap. Her husband, like all men his age, has joined the country's defense force, and she has no idea if her boys will still have a father when everything is over. People ask why she didn't leave. It's my home, she replies. "If I stay here, [my husband] will fight better, because I will inspire him to be super strong -- like he inspires me to be super strong."

Update Article Apple Never Falls Far from the LGBT Tree
Apple Never Falls Far from the LGBT Tree
March 3, 2022

Forget Russia's nuclear armament, Ukraine, inflation, crime waves, and gas prices. Apple has tapped into the single greatest concern on everyone's minds: gender-neutral voice assistance. A month after its "pregnant man" emoji was the punching bag of social media, Tim Cook has out-woked himself. To appease the five people who felt slighted by the overtly male and female options for Siri, Apple's "Voice 5" will strive to be neither.

Update Article Rank Overreach and Filed Appeals
Rank Overreach and Filed Appeals
March 3, 2022

President Biden offered an olive branch in his Tuesday State of the Union address, but he only delivered a fig leaf. The rhetoric was inspiring: "We can't change how divided we've been. But we can change how we move forward -- on COVID-19 and other issues we must face together." The reality was quite different. Just the day before, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the Justice Department's appeal of a preliminary injunction, which prevents the Navy from punishing SEALs who are challenging the military COVID vaccine mandate on religious grounds while the lawsuit proceeds through the courts.

Update Article Biden's SOTU Takes a Term for the Worse
Biden's SOTU Takes a Term for the Worse
March 2, 2022

One speech was never going to turn the country around, but it would have gone a long way in showing America that Joe Biden was willing to. After 13 months of hardship, loss, fear, and uncertainty, there was a lot of talk before the State of the Union that this was the president's chance to "reboot" his administration, to pivot after a catastrophic year. Instead, the president spent 6,476 words to say one thing: there was never anything wrong to begin with.

Update Article Zuckerberg Delivers Ballots of Cash
Zuckerberg Delivers Ballots of Cash
March 2, 2022

If it looks, swims, and quacks like a duck, it's a duck. On Tuesday a Wisconsin Office of Special Counsel reported a "bribery scheme" discovered in the 2020 election, in which the Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) unequally funded "get out the vote" (GOTV) efforts in heavily Democratic counties. They conclude, despite Democrats' refrain about "no evidence of widespread voter fraud" (at least in elections where they win), that "security gaps... tend to enable bad actors to operate in the shadows," as shown by their catalog of "numerous questionable and unlawful actions of various actors in the 2020 election."

Update Article Infant Messaging: Dems' Abortion Bill Shows First Priorities
Infant Messaging: Dems' Abortion Bill Shows First Priorities
March 1, 2022

For the men and women milling about the Senate floor, it was a surreal moment. They'd been back in session barely two hours -- the first time, many will point out, since Vladimir Putin unleashed his war against the West. But instead of joining the rest of the world in racing to stop the threat against Europe, Democrats had other priorities: the spilling of innocent blood here at home. For the president's party, the timing of their unlimited abortion bill vote will be another thing Americans won't forget this November. It was a disturbing snapshot of the Left's leadership team, who made one of the first orders of business after Russia invaded Ukraine advancing their own war on the unborn.

Update Article 'Prove You Are With Us'
'Prove You Are With Us'
March 1, 2022

With temperatures plunging below zero, the Ukrainians have a new enemy: the cold. Huddled in unheated subway stations, carparks, and bomb shelters, their allies in the U.S. watch the missiles hit their targets with fresh concern. "[The Russians] are destroying critical infrastructure," Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned, "which provides millions of people across Ukraine with... gas to keep them from freezing to death." For now, Kyiv's electricity, water, and heat are holding up, but no one is quite sure for how long.

Update Article Oh No, Canada: Locking up Pastors in the New Trudeau Regime
Oh No, Canada: Locking up Pastors in the New Trudeau Regime
March 1, 2022

Three weeks -- that's how long Pastor Artur Pawlowski has spent behind bars without a trial. He was denied bail in mid-February, although "he doesn't have a court date pending until March 10th or 11th," explained reporter Adam Soos. Pawlowski isn't in North Korea or China. No, he was targeted by Justin Trudeau's totalitarian regime of Canada. You would think a man jailed three times since COVID began, and arrested five times, would have to be some sort of criminal, hardened through long habit and a well-seared conscience. In reality, Canadian officials can't tell the difference between a criminal and a Christian.

Update Article Biden: Fenced in after a Year of Failure
Biden: Fenced in after a Year of Failure
February 28, 2022

Working at the White House hasn't exactly been a bed of roses lately, but you have to feel for the speechwriters. Trying to spin a year's worth of disasters into a triumph of modern liberalism would be hard even for the best fiction writers. And yet, heading into Tuesday's State of the Union speech, that's the task facing this president: pretending that his failures overseas, the high prices at home, and the deep unpopularity of this administration are all a fulfillment of his promise to do "great things."

Update Article Ukraine's Most Powerful Weapon -- Courage
Ukraine's Most Powerful Weapon -- Courage
February 28, 2022

They came briefly out of their hiding places Monday, desperate to find food before the three-mile Russian convoy makes it to Kyiv. At supermarkets, long lines spread around the block, as Ukrainians -- anxious to get back to shelter before more explosions -- raced to find anything on sparse shelves. For some, it was the first time they'd been outside in four or five days. As usual, no one has any idea what night will bring.

Update Article With Ketanji, Biden Tries to Tip Court's Scales
With Ketanji, Biden Tries to Tip Court's Scales
February 28, 2022

President Biden may have calculated that Jackson stood the highest chance (among his self-imposed, narrow subset, consisting only of African American women) of being confirmed by the Senate, because the Senate has already confirmed her three times. During the Obama administration, Jackson was confirmed as vice chairman of the U.S. Sentencing Commission, and then as a district judge. Then last year the Senate confirmed her to the prestigious D.C. Circuit Court.

Update Article A Twilight for Freedom in Kyiv
A Twilight for Freedom in Kyiv
February 25, 2022

Underground, it's an alternate universe. Children play ball in the subway hallways or sit on blankets watching their tablets. For the crowd of Ukrainians packed into the cities' makeshift bomb shelters, flashes of normal life are surprisingly calming. Families cluster by piles of belongings, petting their dogs and cats while jets roar overhead. For the third night in a row, they wonder what's left of their cities.

Update Article Texas Holds 'Em: GOP Moves to Stop Trans 'Abuse'
Texas Holds 'Em: GOP Moves to Stop Trans 'Abuse'
February 25, 2022

While the world implodes, the White House once again managed to find time to attack states that are trying to protect kids from the transgender agenda. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) and Governor Greg Abbott (R), like a lot of leaders, see the Left's grip on our children and have taken concrete steps to address it. Not surprisingly, that hasn't sat well with the most radical transgender activist in America: Joe Biden.

Update Article Dems Bring Abortion on Demand until Birth Act to Vote
Dems Bring Abortion on Demand until Birth Act to Vote
February 25, 2022

On February 28, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) will bring the Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act, otherwise known as the Women's Health Protection Act (WHPA, S. 1975), to a vote. This legislation codifies Roe v. Wade's precedent of legal abortion through the entirety of pregnancy. The bill passed the House in September and needs 60 votes in order to pass the Senate. If the bill does pass and is signed into law, it will become the first-ever piece of federal legislation legalizing the killing of an unborn child.

Update Article Ukraine's Day of Infamy
Ukraine's Day of Infamy
February 24, 2022

It seems unfathomable that a week ago, the world's televisions were full of triumph and sport, international spirit and respect. Those same screens are unrecognizable now, as people from every continent woke up to a new reality: war. As images flash across monitors of explosions along the Ukrainian front, there's a certain disbelief that any of this is real. Families, hunkered down in bomb shelters. Children, pinned with bright stickers listing their blood types, parents' names, and phone numbers. Mothers and fathers, braced for news that their soldier sons have fallen. A new winter is blowing through the West, and no one is sure how -- or where -- it will end.

Update Article Wish them Truck: Convoys Hit the Road for Freedom
Wish them Truck: Convoys Hit the Road for Freedom
February 24, 2022

Police helicopters whirred overhead. Dozens of police vans and cruisers idled at strategic intersections. From the noise in the nation's capital Wednesday night, you would have thought a massive manhunt was underway -- or that leaders expected fascist wannabes to torch the city any moment. D.C. Police have placed 500 extra officers on the clock, round the clock, as a "Civil Disturbance Unit" all week long. The only thing missing from this scene is a culprit.

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2+2=5? Rep. Vicky Hartzler Calls Out Big Brother
February 23, 2022 - Jaime Christley

Winston is tied up on the table\u2014the police have arrested him for thinking his own thoughts. His interrogator stands above him, holding up four fingers...

Update Article Ukraine -- and the World -- Holds Its Breath
Ukraine -- and the World -- Holds Its Breath
February 23, 2022

If an invasion happens slowly enough, will anyone notice? That's question Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin seems to be asking himself as he tests the resolve of Western leaders by slowly inching his massive army into Ukraine. Earlier today, the Ukrainian government responded to Russian forces entering dissident-controlled Ukrainian territory by conscripting military reservists, granting citizens the right to bear arms, and declaring a 30-day national emergency (unlike recent emergency extensions by two powerful North American cowards-in-chief, foreign invasion actually qualifies as a national emergency).

Update Article Biden's Radioactive Pick for U.S. Nuclear Team
Biden's Radioactive Pick for U.S. Nuclear Team
February 23, 2022

While the world braces for war in Ukraine, Americans will be relieved to know that one of the men at the helm of Biden's Office of Nuclear Energy is a stiletto-wearing, Kink 101 enthusiast who likes tying up his sexual partners. In a White House bent on normalizing "queer culture," Sam Brinton's appointment as deputy assistant secretary of spent fuel and waste disposition is par for the deviant course. But to everyday Americans, who thought they were getting a "moderate" president, the picture of our newest government official standing over a man in a dog collar is a poorly timed reminder that voters elected anything but.

Update Article The Great Wall of Corruption
The Great Wall of Corruption
February 23, 2022

The Olympics may be over, but the real games are taking place now -- in back rooms and board rooms. That's where Beijing is really winning, Peter Schweizer warns. In the biggest corruption scheme of the 21st century, China is buying off U.S. politicians. And we aren't doing a thing to stop it.

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FRC's Top 7 Trending Items (Week of August 23)
August 28, 2020

\rHere are "The 7" top trending items at FRC over the past seven days: \r1. Update: The Sticking Point with Mandatory Vaccines \rVirginia Health Commissioner Norman Oliver recently promised to make a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory and members of a Virginia House committee killed two bills that would have added a religious exemption to the mandate. Americans must decide if they want to live with this