The American Principles Project is a non-profit 501(c)(4) dedicated to protecting the American family, representing it in politics, and fighting both to defend parental rights and to promote laws that will allow families to flourish instead of exacerbating their dependence on a welfare state. A great part of what we do involves frontline campaigning and policy-crafting, but we also recognize the need to involve families directly in protecting their interests. Parents have enough to worry about between balancing their work/home relationships and their individual familial needs, which makes it difficult to find the time to identify the forces working against them let alone find a way to fight them. That’s why we’ve created our first annual report identifying the greatest threats to the American family.
We want to provide a forum that helps parents to know what they’re up against, one they can trust to work for them, that they can support themselves, without worrying about being deceived by a wolf in sheep’s clothing. And we didn’t want you to just take our word for it. That’s why we’ve involved as many outside voices as possible, to give you, the concerned parent, the broadest, most reliable, and helpful conservative perspective.
Within this report you’ll find four categories of threats: corporations, special interest groups, legislation, and politicians. Each category has six specific threats listed within it, written by conservative leaders, politicians, and policy experts you can trust, showing you exactly why these threats have earned their place in our report. Finally, you’ll read an essay from Terry Schilling, president at American Principles Project, on the looming threat that we’ve identified as the greatest threat to the American Family.
The views presented in this report are held by the American Principles Project as a whole and each author respectively. Individual authors had no say in determining the content of any essay but their own, nor did they have any choice in the authorship selection of any particular essay.