Category archives: Social Conservative Review

The Social Conservative Review: The Insider’s Guide to Pro-Family News—October 21, 2010

by Krystle Gabele

October 21, 2010

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Dear Friends,

Welcome to this edition of the Social Conservative Review. This week, in addition to our usual compilation of articles and stories relevant to conservatives, we want to highlight a recent debate in which FRC Special Counsel and Director of the Center for Religious Liberty, Ken Klukowski, participated at the University of Michigan School of Law.

A frequent lecturer at law schools around the country, in these debates Ken makes a compelling case that Left-wing activist groups lack standing to bring lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of prayer at public functions. Click here to listen to Ken debate UM law professor Don Herzog on this important religious liberty issue.

Family Research Council is working to advance and protect religious liberty for all Americans. That’s our ongoing and unwavering commitment to you and your family. Thank you for standing with us.

Sincerely,

Rob Schwarzwalder

Sr. Vice President, Family Research Council


Watch FRC’s important new Webcast on the danger imposed by upcoming tax increases, ‘The Taxman Cometh,’ featuring FRC President Tony Perkins, Congressmen Tom Price and Jim Jordan, and leading tax and fiscal policy experts.


Educational Freedom and Reform

Environmental Issues

Faith and Policy

Health Care

Homosexuals in the Military

Judiciary

Marriage and Family

Family Economics

Marriage

Pornography

Religious Liberty

Sanctity of Life

Abortion

Adoption

Bioethics

Cloning

Stem Cell Research

Articles by Dr. David Prentice

Other Stem Cell Research Articles

Other News for Social Conservatives

The Social Conservative Review: The Insider’s Guide to Pro-Family News: September 23, 2010

by Krystle Gabele

September 23, 2010

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**Read FRC Action Board Member Rick Santorum’s remarks at the University of St. Thomas, “A Charge to Revive the Role of Faith in the Public Square.”

Educational Freedom and Reform

Environmental Issues

Faith and Policy

Health Care

Homosexuals in the Military

Judiciary

Marriage and Family

Family Economics

Marriage

Pornography

Religious Liberty

Sanctity of Life

Abortion

Adoption

Bioethics

Cloning

Stem Cell Research

Other News for Social Conservatives

Social Conservative Review—June 24, 2010

by Krystle Gabele

June 24, 2010

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The Insider’s Guide to Pro-Family News

June 24, 2010

FRC has recently published a comprehensive study of President Obama’s efforts to repeal the historic ban on homosexuals in the Armed Forces. Written by respected military analyst Lt. Col. (ret) Robert Maginnis, “Mission Compromised: How the Obama Administration is Drafting the Military into the Culture War” is an important contribution to the debate over this critical issue.

After over 30 years in the Marine Corps, including service as the senior military attorney, I know the serious risks present if the current “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and law are repealed. I am compelled to speak out since those currently on active duty cannot voice their opinions. Robert Maginnis uses facts, the law, and a dose of military perspective to debunk the myths put forward by those seeking change from the current law. James C. Walker, Brig.Gen. U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.)

The free PDF of this compelling study can be downloaded here.

Educational Freedom and Reform

Environmental Issues

Faith and Policy

Health Care

Homosexuality in the Military

Judiciary

Marriage and Family

Family Economics

Marriage

Pornography

Religious Liberty

Check out Persecution.com, one of the best websites regarding Christian persecution throughout the world.

Sanctity of Life

Abortion

Adoption

Bioethics

Stem Cell Research

Other Articles of Note for Social Conservatives

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