The Trouble with Social Conservatives

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November 2 Podcast

William Bole reports on the state of the culture wars in the age of Obama.
William Bole offers a critique of the social conservative movement, arguing that too often their positions are indistinguishable from the platform of the Republican National Committee. This is unfortunate, Bole contends, because a truly independent social conservative movement could play a key role in implementing policies designed to strengthen the family.
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