Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council states, “This is political correctness run wild. Where does the President’s bathroom edict go? “This is it.”
The head of a Washington, DC-based social conservative organization declared his support for the recently filed lawsuit against President Barack Obama's transgender directive.
Tony Perkins applauded the states for opposing 'President Obama's final drive to fundamentally transform America.'
by Dan Savage This week's Youth Pastor Watch is dedicated to Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, an officially designated anti-gay hate group. Perkins, in an attempt to broaden the reach of FRC's hate, has branched out into attacking trans men and women. Show More Summary
As many as 500 top evangelical and social conservative leaders, including Dr. Ben Carson and Tony Perkins, will have a closed-door meeting with Donald Trump on June 21 in New York City to ascertain what he has to offer to the countr...
Leading conservative activist and prominent Ted Cruz supporter Tony Perkins says social conservatives should be "open" to voting for presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and argues that any third-party candidate would likely put a Democrat in the White House.
FRC President Tony Perkins warned on Wednesday at the Pre-National Day of Prayer event in Washington D.C. that the time for spiritual warfare has arrived in America, and Christians must pray and follow it up with action to protect their families.
'Obviously, Schilling was targeted because he expressed politically incorrect views,' Tony Perkins told LifeSiteNews.
In an opinion piece for Religion News Service, the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins argues that our government needs to do more to help persecuted Christians around the world.Now, normally, when Perkins talks about persecution,...Show More Summary
Internet pioneer and television host Fernando Espuelas called out Family Research Council President Tony Perkins over the weekend for supporting anti-LGBT laws throughout the U.S. "specifically" for the purpose of discriminating against...Show More Summary
Internet pioneer and television host Fernando Espuelas called out Family Research Council President Tony Perkins over the weekend for supporting anti-LGBT laws throughout the U.S. “specifically” for the purpose of discriminating against minority groups. On his Matter of Fact talk show,...
Radical activists 'could care less about the commonsense privacy concerns of parents and families,' said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins.
Fox News' Elizabeth Prann from America's Election Headquarters had Tony Perkins from the Family Research Council on to help her "better understand" all the awesome laws discriminating against pretty much anyone and everyone not white, straight and Republican. Show More Summary
Social conservative groups are applauding Mississippi's governor for signing into law a bill meant to protect opponents of gay marriage from being punished for their beliefs.
Perkins played a major role in the Republican Party's pro-marriage plank for 2012.
Perkins, who helped strengthen the antigay language in 2012's platform, is once again a convention delegate and platform committee member.
Anti-LGBT extremist Tony Perkins was selected as a delegate for the GOP convention to represent that state of Louisiana, according to LGBTQ Nation. “We may not know who will be representing the GOP at the Republican National Convention,...Show More Summary
Tony Perkins, a Ted Cruz supporter and the leader of listed hate group the Family Research Council, has been selected as a delegate to the Republican convention for the state of Louisiana. Perkins was also elected to the Republican platform...Show More Summary
Family Research Council president Tony Perkins has been made a delegate to the GOP convention in Cleveland.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, declined during an interview Friday to commit to back Donald Trump even after the New York billionaire secures the official GOP presidential nominee. During a taping of C-SPAN's "Newsmakers" show Friday, Perkins openly worried that a Trump nomination could depress turnout of Christian conservative voters, a pillar […]