Take a one-and-a-half-minute course in the importance of Faith in governance. The lecture is by former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum. It's pretty easy, really. If you don't believe your rights come from God, but rather from government, then those rights can be taken away at any moment — and there is no religious liberty as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and acknowledged by the Declaration of Independence. As Mr. Santorum so aptly describes the two, the constitution is the "how of America," our owner's manual, the way we operate (or are supposed to operate) the country; but the "why of America," the reason we exist, the statement of our principles, is in the Declaration of Independence.

 

Former U.S. Senator and Presidential candidate Rick Santorum succinctly explains the important and necessary role of faith in our governing institutions. His grasp of the moral issues facing America, their connection to all other issues, and his prophetic alarm make him a beacon of truth in the modern public square.

Perhaps no one in America better articulates than Rick Santorum the necessary and fundamental correlation between faith, religious freedom, the maintenance of the traditional family and how we govern ourselves, and the impact all of that makes on society at large. To hear more from him, to hear him at his best — that is, in person — see him for yourself this Saturday at The Family Foundation Gala. Tickets are still available, but going fast. For more information, or to order, click here, call 804-343-0010 or e-mail gala@familyfoundation.org.