November 2011

In The News
Nov

On a bright spring day in 2007, a black-robed Herman Cain officiated the wedding of a young couple at a mansion outside of Atlanta. The sun sparkled on the pair’s wedding rings as Cain, an associate minister at a nearby church, held them aloft.

All seemed perfect.

When it came time for the bride and groom to exchange vows, however, Cain was dissatisfied with the volume of the groom’s “I do.”

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01
2011
In The News
Nov

The headlines are stark indeed. "Israel Readies a Pre-Emptive Strike." The Israeli Prime Minister is said to be working to persuade reluctant members of his coalition Cabinet to go along with such a military option against Islamist Iran. The Huffington Post's British edition reports Netanyahu saying this:

"One of those regional powers is Iran, which is continuing itsefforts to obtain nuclear weapons. A nuclear Iran...

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07
2011
Faith & Freedom Blog
Nov

1. Conservative Renaissance in Virginia Continues as Conservatives now set the Agenda in the State Senate; House Conservatives expand their Majority by picking up seven seats!

For the past couple of weeks, FFC has worked to get out the vote the old fashion way, by activating our grassroots networks to distribute voter guides in key states and districts throughout the nation but with most of our attention focused on Virginia where we...

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09
2011
In The News
Nov

In his Nov. 11 Washington Forum commentary, “Moving beyond the ‘religious right,’ ” the Rev. Richard Cizik wrote, “Whether the Christian duty to love our neighbors is compatible with a political movement that embraces radical individualism and rejects the ethic of collective responsibility is a central question as the GOP attempts to cement the Tea Party and the religious right into a cohesive base....

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17
2011