This panel in the Hilton 205-207 room on Saturday morning was speaker Sean Faircloth. He was buoyant and friendly, smiling and making small jokes to start the ball rolling.
As a ten-year congressional veteran, his plan is to present a specific plan to return America to its secular roots. His belief is that there needs to be separation between church and state. There seems to be a growing following in this same mindset.
The following “Secular Decade Plan” includes, but is not limited to, the following by December 31, 2012: Religion be removed from government policy, increase membership in Secular Coalition for America, taking the “Congress” out of Congress, unity through policy, and growth.
The speaker was passionate about his mission, and it would appear that the audience agreed with his quest for a Secular America.