By Rick Pearcey
A website alerts readers that the Minnesota Family Council (MFC) is up to no good.
The first paragraph sets the tone: "The Minnesota Family Council is a spawn of Dobson (it's got 'family' in the title, so you know it's got to be evil), and it's usually one of those organizations that lobbies to get legislative support for their hatred of women and gays. They are not nice people. If you're ever in this state and want to see some splendid examples of calcified brains, this is the group you want to track down."
2nd paragraph: "They're starting a new training program: the Minnesota Worldview Leadership Project. It's the weirdest thing. Apparently, it's a seminar and discussion series that is supposed to turn you into an even more fervent theocrat, ready to shape the United States into a more Christian nation. And, as you might guess, they don't like evolution."
To make matters worse: "They're reading Nancy Pearcey" (formerly an agnostic and still a free-thinker) and, next paragraph, C.S. Lewis (formerly an atheist and still a free-thinker).
I know nothing about this MFC program, but I highly recommend the writings of Nancy and Jack. Some secularists know whom to fear.
The Minnesota Family Council website is here. More insights from a self-described "godless liberal" are here.
Rick Pearcey is editor and publisher of The Pearcey Report (archives).