Washington Update with Tony Perkins’


March 10, 2017

GOP Gives Trump Feud for Thought
Getting it done isn’t as nearly as important as getting it right. That’s the message conservatives are trying to communicate to House leaders on the biggest order of business in seven years: repealing Obamacare. Like us, they know that this debate is about a whole lot more than the health care system — it’s about the future of conservative governance. After more than 60 votes to nix the worst mistake of the Obama years, the dress rehearsals are over. In all likelihood, leaders will get one crack at this law — and they can’t afford to miss.
Get out of Jail Fee
Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis more than paid the price for her beliefs after spending six days in jail, but the ACLU still wasn’t satisfied. The ultra-liberal groups thought she should pay the real cost too — a whopping $231,000 in attorneys’ fees. Davis, who became the surprise face of the religious liberty debate when she asked that her name be removed from a same-sex marriage license, was finally vindicated last year when Governor Matt Bevin (R-Ky.) signed a law giving clerks the accommodation she asked for. Like millions of Americans, he agrees that Christians should be able to live out their faith — at home or work — without worrying about behind hauled away in handcuffs.
Stay on Your Knees and Roll up Your Sleeves!
Encourage your pastor to join us in Washington, D.C. for our 14th Annual Watchmen on the Wall briefing May 24-26 at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill. I’ll be joined by confirmed speakers Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, Pastor Jentezen Franklin, Dr. Frank Turek, Dr. Michael Brown, among others.

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