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April 20

Most Americans Think Cohabitation Is Fine, But That's Not What Social Science Says

A nineteenth-century humorist once warned that a bigger problem than knowing little is to know so many things that ain't

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Washington Watch is live on weekdays with Tony Perkins. Tony Perkins is the President of the Family Research Council and a former state legislator. Washington Watch covers Washington news from a conservative Christian's perspective. Every weekday, Tony discusses current event issues as well as interviews members of Congress and prominent pro-family leaders from across the nation.

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