Arkansas’ Congressmen, Senators Receive High Marks on FRC Action Report Card

Above: U.S. Sen. John Boozman (left) receives FRC Action’s True Blue Award from the organization’s President, Tony Perkins (right).

On Thursday, FRC Action issued a news release highlighting its 2020 and 2021 scorecards for the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate.

FRC Action is the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. The organization recently endorsed a religious freedom amendment that is on the ballot in Arkansas this November.

FRC Action’s scorecards show that Arkansas’ congressional delegation received high marks from the organization both years.

In 2020, Arkansas Congressmen Rick Crawford, French Hill, Bruce Westerman, and Steve Womack all received perfect scores; Arkansas’ U.S. Senators John Boozman and Tom Cotton received perfect scores as well.

In 2021, Congressman Rick Crawford received a score of 92 out of 100; Congressman Hill received a 92; Congressman Westerman received a 96; and Congressman Womack received a 92. U.S. Senators Boozman and Cotton received 100’s.

Family Council regularly monitors legislative news related to Arkansas’ congressional delegation.

In December, we reported that all four congressmen and both senators from Arkansas received 0’s on Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s scorecard.

You can download FRC Action’s 2020 scorecard here.

You can download FRC Action’s 2021 scorecard here.

Articles appearing on this website are written with the aid of Family Council’s researchers and writers.

Redemption Even in War

During World War II, Jewish teenager Fania Rosenfield lost nearly her entire family to the Nazis. She somehow managed to escape the slaughter happening in her town and find refuge for two years with a Ukrainian family before settling in Israel to begin a new life. 

Fania repeatedly told the story of the brave Ukrainian family who saved her to her children and grandchildren. And, a few weeks ago when the Russian invasion of Ukraine was imminent, Fania’s granddaughter made a choice to reach out to the family who had saved her grandmother. Now, two young cousins from that Ukrainian family have fled to Israel and are safe with Fania’s family.

In the utter darkness of wartime, such as we’re now witnessing in Ukraine, we wonder why a good God would allow such evil. Stories like this, of families transcending national, political, ethnic, and generational lines to sacrificially love others, remind us to thank God for allowing such beauty in the world. 

Copyright 2024 by the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. Reprinted from with permission.