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Breaking the Mental Chains of Progressivism

We Are Thankful for Our Veterans!


 

Family Policy Alliance’s President & CEO Paul Weber (right) with his wife Lois, daughter Molly Grace, and son Gunnar who served in the Air Force.

Family Policy Alliance and our network of over 40 state family policy groups (check to see if you have one in your state!) care deeply about freedom. Our mission every day is to protect the freedom of families to make their own education choices for their children, to protect the right of parents (not government) to guide their children’s medical care, and to ensure parents know what’s happening in their children’s schools. We advocate for people of faith in state capitols across the country, so that every child at school, every charity and ministry, every church, every business—every person—will have the right to freely live out their faith in every aspect of their life.

Because we care so deeply about our freedoms at home, we want to pause from our mission to honor our Veterans who fight and sacrifice to protect our freedoms from external threats. These men and women, and their families, have given so much, and we are incredibly grateful.

Our team is especially thankful for the Veterans in our families. We wanted to share some of our family photos with you. Will you share some of your photos of Veterans you hold dear with us on our Facebook page?

(L) Eric Teetsel, President of Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, with his father, Col. Robert Teetsel. (R) Col. Robert Teetsel with a child in Afghanistan. Col. Teetsel is retired from the Army after 29 years in the JAG Corps.
Family Policy Alliance’s Vice President of Finance Rich Caldwell’s daughter Laura with her husband Daniel Tucker at his Air Force Academy commissioning ceremony.
President of Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico Vince Torres’s mother Yolanda who served over 20 years in the Army.
Family Policy Alliance’s Dir. of Policy Communication Autumn Leva’s grandfather William Carman after he graduated from Navy boot camp in 1954, with his father.
(L) Family Policy Alliance’s Mobilization Manager John Paulton with his son Matthew at West Point. (R) Jack Paulton, John’s father, fought in the Navy in World War II and dropped the depth charges that sunk a Japanese sub off Okinawa.
Family Policy Alliance’s President & CEO Paul Weber (left) with his wife Lois and son Carlton who served in the Coast Guard.
(L) President of Family Policy Alliance of Georgia Cole Muzio’s great uncle Joe (left) and grandfather John Allman in Africa (R) John Allman
John Liggin, Army veteran and grandfather of Brittany Jones, Policy Manager for Family Policy Alliance



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