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Dear Friend:

It's not every radio program that features a different Member of Congress on an almost daily basis. FRC's radio program, "Washington Watch," does just that.

Hosted by FRC President Tony Perkins, "Washington Watch" has become a must-listen broadcast from the nation's capital. The program provides conservatives with up-to-the-minute information about breaking policy and political developments that affect faith, family, and freedom - developments you won't learn about anywhere else.

You can listen to the program, at no charge, by clicking here. This site also provides a listing of the many radio stations throughout the country that carry the broadcast.

FRC and Tony offer this program for one reason: We want social conservatives nationwide to learn what's really going on in Washington, and on the cultural front across the country, and to hear from the key players in the battles for life, liberty, family and faith.

Join us for the next program, which runs every weekday from 5-6 p.m. EST. You'll be challenged, encouraged, and grateful for the men and women making a difference on your behalf in Washington, D.C and throughout the country.


Rob Schwarzwalder
Senior Vice President
Family Research Council

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