Schwarzwalder: Don’t the Boys to Compromise
FRC’s Senior Vice-President, Rob Schwarzwalder, is a father of two sons who are active Scouts and are working towards the honor of becoming Eagle Scouts. However, those dreams could be crushed due to pressure that is being placed on the Boy Scouts of America to compromise their long-held Judeo-Christian beliefs. Schwarzwalder shows in his article featured in The Arizona Republic that morals dictate conduct, something with which parents of scouts are concerned.
The Extreme Party
Tom McClusky, FRC’s Vice President of Government Affairs, addresses in his article featured in The Christian Post about the misconception of which party is “extreme” in the United States. McClusky points out that it is not the party that lost in last November’s elections. Rather, it is the party that promoted a man who had the chance to prevent infanticide in Illinois, but instead he spoke for it. It is also the party represented by the administration who informed a religious group that they would cease to receive funds to help human trafficking victims.
Why a Woman Died due to a Late-Term Abortion
Ken Klukowski, FRC’s Director, Center for Religious Liberty, discusses the recent tragic death of Jennifer Morbelli, who died due to a late-term abortion, in his article featured on Breitbart.com. Klukowski also exposes the abortionist Dr. LeRoy Carhart for who he really is as well as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, who supports him.
The Truth of the Vote
FRC Senior Fellows, Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison discuss the truth of how Democrats truly believed and stood during the civil war in The American Thinker. Certainly, both sides of the aisle now believe that slavery is wrong and both try to identify with Lincoln. Yet during the Civil War, it was not so. Blackwell and Morrison propose that the same group who would now defend the 13th amendment should consider defending the lives of the unborn.th sides of the aisle now believe that slavery is wrong and both try to identify with Lincoln. Yet during the Civil War, it was not so. Blackwell and Morrison propose that the same group who would now defend the 13th amendment should consider defending the lives of the unborn.