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Hello Friends,

This week’s elections remind us that ideas matter and that social conservatives have a very potent weapon to make their convictions heard: The vote.

One of the issues influencing the outcome of Tuesday’s referendum on the past two years was the President’s effort to repeal the current ban on homosexuals in the military. FRC President Tony Perkins commented on Mr. Obama’s insistent post-election drive to overturn the ban in a statement you can access here.

In addition, when you visit our website, be sure to click on our “Events” tab to find out about upcoming lectures and also view previous lectures by some of America’s top conservative scholars, writers, and thinkers.

As always, thank you for working to advance faith, family, and freedom.

Rob Schwarzwalder

Senior Vice President

Family Research Council


Educational Freedom and Reform

Homeschooling

Private and Religious Education

Legislation and Policy Proposals

Health Care

Abstinence

Conscience Protection

Health care reform: Political and Legislative efforts

Homosexuality

Homosexuals in the Military

Sexually-transmitted disease

Human Life and Bioethics

Abortion

Bioethics and Biotechnology

Euthanasia and End-of-Life Issues

Stem Cell Research

Women’s Health

Marriage and Family

FRC’s Marriage and Religion Research Institute, led by Dr. Pat Fagan, is a premier venue for the understanding the contemporary American family. As Dr. Fagan notes, “The Marriage and Religion Research Institute (MARRI) organizes data in a form accessible to the lay reader. As the Institute makes clear, the overwhelming majority of social science data supports the premise that the intact married family that worships weekly is the greatest generator of human and social goods and the core strength of the United States, and a norm to be considered again, first for those who worship God, but also for all men and women of good will.”

Three times annually, MARRI offers a report on its research concerning the American family, which you can access by clicking here.

Adoption

Family Economics

Family Structure

Parental Rights

Media

Pornography

Broadcast and Cable Decency

Religion and Public Policy

Religious Liberty

Check out RealClearReligion for updates on Religious Liberty

Religion in American Public Life

Secularism

The Courts

Constitutional Issues

Judicial Activism

Judicial Nominations

Other News of Note

Book reviews