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Governed not by polls, politics nor profits….

Since I cast my first rather misguided vote in 1980, I have given much thought and consideration toward developing a principle based grid for political decision making. What are the moral “first principles” to consider when deciding who to vote for and why? These points below represent an attempt to develop a principled approach for social conservatives exercising active citizenship as we choose and support candidates.

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Our Opposition to Gambling, Pt. 1

  A Three-Part Series by the Florida Family Policy CouncilIs Gambling Morally Wrong? By John Stemberger Most Americans are concerned about the moral state of the nation, yet few consider whether or not gambling — a wager of money, property or something of value based...

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Abortion in America: The Beginning of the End

Ten recent signs of hope that we are winning the battle   There is an endless supply of bad news facing American culture.  However, we can remain optimistic about some good news-- we continue to gain significant ground in the battle against abortion.  As a movement,...

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BREAKING NEWS: Muslim Hacker Destroys FFPC Website

We have some rather stunning and almost unbelievable news that we need to report. Late last week, we were attacked and the code of our FFPC website at localhost was completely disabled and destroyed by a radical Muslim hacker. Let me explain…  You may have heard of...

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