John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Speaking out against evil

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Recently returned from a trip to Cambodia and Burma, Paul Chesser of Climate Strategies Watch offers a report today in The American Spectator that expresses his wish that “fellow conservatives, and especially my evangelical
brothers and sisters, would move genocide and other like evils
that humanity cannot seem to eradicate — namely trafficking and
child exploitation — up their priority ladder.”

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