The Settlement Project brings together leaders and activists from diverse backgrounds for a common purpose and mission. Settlement Project works to build and maintain those aspects of the American culture that promote individual freedom and responsibility, safe and healthy family life and education that is the foundation for prosperity. We seek an environment for raising our children in schools that teach respect for all and honors those who dedicate themselves to achieve something greater and better for America.
FreedomWorks Director of External Affairs, Phil Bell. Phil spoke on the ESG negation of American ideals, and most importantly he provided steps that we all can take to counter this divisive and crippling influence in the areas of economy and corporate America.
On May 20, 2023, The Settlement Project together with Heritage Action and Turning Point USA hosted the conference “Tradition and Family: Values for a Healthy, Stable, and Strong America.” At the beginning of that meeting, Settlement Project president, Dr. Frank Kaufmann gave a brief presentation to introduce the project to participants.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are facing backlash for promoting what has been described as an anti-Catholic drag group due to the fact of their mockery of Catholic traditions and beliefs.
Brenda Lebsack, a teacher of 30 years and former school board member of Orange Unified School District, sees this as an affront not only to Catholics, but to all people of faith and conscience. This call for multi-religious solidarity is one of the emphases in her recently published The Orange County Register article.
Settlement Project President, Dr. Frank Kaufmann appeared on David Hernandez’s LA Hispanic Republican Club Program of Radio 870 “The Answer.”
Hopes and Dangers: Hopes and Dangers: The Future of Technology
On December 27, 2022, the Settlement Project President, Dr. Frank Kaufmann, spoke at the Universal Peace Federation sponsored event, The Voice of the Voiceless: Responsibility of the Media to Defend Religious Freedom. Dr. Kaufmann gave a brief presentation on Religious Illiteracy and Religious Freedom.
Each end of year, a great many people reflect on the year past, and look for signs about the year to come. Was 2022 a good year, or a bad one? Will 2023 be better? Or are we heading toward more difficult times?
Strategies to confront Racial preferences, race-based CRT, sexual identity indoctrination, and parents’ rights in education
This episode looks into questions about identity politics, corrupt government organizations, and conservative principles.