Leading Social Conservatives Gather in D.C. for Faith & Freedom Conference (photos)

Pat Robertson and Donald Trump chat during dinner.
Jeff Malet
Pat Robertson and Donald Trump chat during dinner.

The country's leading social conservatives gathered between June 13 and 15 at the J.W. Marriott Hotel, just a few blocks from the White House, for the "Faith & Freedom Road to Majority 2013" Conference. Guest speakers included Sarah Palin, Donald Trump, Pat Robertson, Herman Cain, E.W. Jackson, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Senators Marco Rubio, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Ron Johnson. The event was sponsored by the Faith & Freedom Coalition, led by its chaiman Ralph Reed. Its purpose was to defeat the "radical Obama agenda" and help build "a permanent pro-family, conservative majority, not just in both houses of Congress, but in every state, school board, and city council across the country." A prominent topic at the conference were recent voting patterns among the country's ethnic minorities, reflected in a panel discussion, entitled "Is Conservatism Doomed by Changing Demographics?"

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