Category archives: Family Policy Lecture Events

Preview of ProLifeCon

by Krystle Gabele

January 5, 2011

ProLifeCon is right around the corner on January 24. I hope you will be able to join us at ProLifeCon and hear from some amazing speakers. Not to mention that this event will allow you to meet other pro-life internet activists throughout the country as well.

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Jill Stanek, who runs JillStanek.com, is one of our featured speakers and emcee at ProLifeCon. I’m excited to see and hear Jill speak again, as she is enthusiastic about pro-life causes. Jill is also a 2008 recipient of a Life Prizes award.

Jill served as a registered nurse in the Labor and Delivery Department at Christ Hospital in Illinois, and it was her commitment to her faith that led her to risk her job, reputation, and friendships to stop the practices of abortion. While as a nurse at Christ Hospital, Jill discovered that abortions were being committed at the hospital and babies were being aborted alive to die without medical care. After the hospital refused to stop the practice of abortion, Jill exposed the hospital’s practices and became a national figure to protect the unborn. Since then, Jill has testified before the Judiciary Constitution Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Register today for ProLifeCon

by Krystle Gabele

December 28, 2010

Come join other pro-life internet activists at ProLifeCon, the premier conference for the online pro-life community. On January 24, 2011, ProLifeCon will take place at the Family Research Council headquarters and will feature experts and legislators to inform you about the issues impacting the pro-life movement and give you ways to make a difference on blogs, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and the rest of the online world.

Confirmed speakers include:

Register today by clicking here.

Is There a War Between Social and Economic Conservatives?

by Jared Bridges

September 24, 2010

Below is video for panel held today at FRC headquarters with Ross Douthat, Lawrence Reed, and Bob Patterson:

Below is the lowdown, and you can find embed code for the video and an audio download here:

Are social and economic conservatism at odds? According to political journalists Jonathan Martin and Ben Smith, … the battles over morality-based cultural issues such as gay rights, abortion and illegal drugs that did so much to drive the conservative movement and dominated the political conversation for more than 30 years have abated, giving way not just to broad economic anxiety but to a new set of emotionally charged issues. (Politico, August 20, 2010 )

Are they right? To answer that question, Family Research Council is hosting an important symposium on the relationship between economic and social conservatism featuring three of the nation’s leading observers of the political scene.

New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, formerly a senior editor at The Atlantic, has written extensively about religion, family, and public life. Douthat is the co-author, with Reihan Salam, of Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream (Doubleday, 2008).

Lawrence Reed is president of the Foundation for Economic Education and formerly led the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Under his leadership, the Mackinac Center emerged as the largest and one of the most effective and prolific of over 40 state-based free market-oriented think tanks in the country.

Bob Patterson is a adjunct research fellow at the Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society of Rockford, Ill. and editor of The Family in America, which recently published his important article, “Fiscal Conservatism is Not Enough: What Social Conservatives Offer the Party of Lincoln.”

Register Today for our Upcoming Family Policy Lecture

by Krystle Gabele

September 23, 2010

Tomorrow, FRC will be holding a panel lecture examining whether or not there is a war between social and economic lectures. This panel features New York Times columnist, Ross Douthat, Lawrence Reed, President of the Foundation for Economic Education, and Bob Patterson, adjunct research fellow at the Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society.

You can register for the event by clicking here.

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