On October 14, 2023, forty regional political and activist leaders gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn Dulles North, Ashburn, Virginia for The Settlement Project Conference, “Cultural Transformation and the Race to 2024,” cosponsored with FreedomWorks, Heritage Action and Affirm America.
The exceptional success of this conference titled: Asian American Values and the Threat to Families and Healthy Education, continues the urgent efforts of The Settlement Project to effectively serve families and communities in regions throughout America.
Human beings have two parts to our makeup, our spiritual side and our physical side. There are a great many inclined to deny human spirituality because it is not easily measured by the tools by which material reality is measured and tested.
A workingman’s guide to assessing what’s going on around us.
The nature of reality is hierarchical and manifests strength, power, and size as elements by which a functioning and harmonious cosmosphere.
Enacting change doesn’t require a majority but a vocal and active minority devoted to the mission that’s at hand.
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.
We are living through a time of extreme uncertainty, instability, and insecurity.
There are two forces driving this.
One is the blinding speed of technology.
In itself, this should be positive. It is progress. But as pointed out by those who know the matter best, it also carries great threats. According to many, tech such as AI even threatens our very existence.
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.
According to Catholic Vote, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is “a vile anti-Catholic organization.” Their motto is “Go and sin some more,” and they use the cross for pole dances. The group satirizes Catholic beliefs for the sake of activism. They mock Easter Sunday with a Hunky Jesus/Foxy Mary contest. According to the Catholic League, they hold “Midnight Confessional Contests,” awarding the “hottest confessions.”
On April 29, 2023, The Settlement Project, together with Turning Point USA, Heritage Action, and Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) hosted the conference “Tradition and Family: Values for a Healthy, Stable, and Strong America” at the Downey Community Center in Downey, California.