An event well worth attending…
August 18th this year will mark the launch of the Marriage Reform Movement in America. I have spent the past four years building networks of individuals and organizations who are sick and tired of entitled governmental destruction of marriage.
Advocates from many kinds of religious and secular organizations will be speaking at the rally. Veterans, children’s rights, women’s rights, men’s rights, attorneys, counselors, Catholics, Protestants, and other religious leaders will be setting forth reform social policy agenda that promises to end the divorce and illegitimacy revolutions, most child problems, and a wide array of costly social problems draining our federal budget and saddling the taxpayer.
The organizers have not released the speakers list yet. The one thing I am permitted to mention (besides the fact that I am speaking) is that we will have an NFL Super Bowl Champ there.
There is a very impressive list of speakers to be announced soon. I can say this: all the best and brightest advocates I know will be there. In 19 years of activism, and of all the events ever held in Washington over the years, I can honestly say that this is the first one I have felt was worth attending.
Robb McKenzie and Rob Pedersen will be arriving after a 700-mile “Equal Parenting” bicycle trek that has been covered by Fox News, Human Events, Phyllis Schlafly, and a string of other media locations. Children Need Both Parents will be there.
Filmmaker Angelo Lobo will show a 30-minute preview of the new movie “Support Down” at the Best Western Reagan (Pentagon) hotel on Friday evening.
On Sunday morning at 9:30 am, there will be an interdenominational religious service, to include prayer for healing of the relationship between men and women, and a recommitment to marriage by women and men.
My talk is titled “Why Marriage Is Important”. I have written a seminal article on the topic – 14 pages and 57 citations of authorities—presently submitted to a major publication. It is endorsed by Phyllis Schlafly and another national policy leader. The article will be published online prior to the rally – and perhaps in print later.
My goal is to change politics and policy in Washington forever. This will take some time – but will eventually result in a political social policy revolution inside the beltway.
This is unquestionably the most important pro-family rally ever held on tne Mall. This is one event worth taking some vacation time. For the latest information about the rally, please visit www.dcrally2007.com . See You There!
David R. Usher is Senior Policy Analyst for the True Equality Network