American Family Association/Related Articles
From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
American Family Association: A Christian Right, social conservative group formed in 1977 by Donald Wildmon (originally called the National Federation for Decency but was changed to American Family Association (AFA) in 1988); owns and operates approximately 200 American Family Radio stations and publishes on the Web and in print; pushes advertisers not to support objectionable television and "communicate[s] an outspoken, resolute, Christian voice throughout America..[in]...America’s culture war"; affiliated with Tea Party Movement; Affiliate, Alliance Defense Fund
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- Christian Right : A number of contemporary right-wing political movements that are specifically Christian, which advocate socially conservative values in politics and the popular culture
- Donald Wildmon : Founder and Chairman, American Family Association; signatory to 2007 Morality in Media letter on .XXX
- Benjamin Bull : Executive Vice-President and Chief Counsel, Alliance Defense Fund and practices exclusively in the area of constitutional law. He has served as Executive Director of the European Center for Law and Justice (Strasbourg, France), Senior Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, founding General Counsel of the American Family Association Law Center, General Counsel of the Children’s Legal Foundation, and was a founding director of the Slavic Center for Law and Justice (Moscow, Russia).