An analysis of the Republican Party’s religious platform reveals some of the key themes that have made the party a favorite of evangelicals and other conservatives, especially among religious groups who believe the party should promote social conservatism and oppose abortion.
Among the many policy areas that were highlighted: protecting religious liberty, defending marriage, and supporting the rights of parents to care for their children.
The party also has a strong record of opposing LGBT equality.
But even on those issues, the platform included a broad defense of religious liberty.
The platform also included some of Trump’s most important policies, including his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States.
“A Christian America is one in which all Americans are treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their faith, or their belief in a higher power,” the platform reads.
“In contrast, a Muslim-majority nation must treat its citizens with hostility, violence and fear, with no room for tolerance and dignity.”
The platform has a clear reference to the 2016 presidential election.
Trump claimed, without evidence, that thousands of Muslims had celebrated the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012.
“The attack on the United State diplomatic compound in Benghazi on September 11, 2016, was an act of terror perpetrated by foreign terrorists, and the State Department and the United Nations should and will take swift and decisive action to hold those responsible for this heinous crime to account,” the document reads.
The language also condemns attacks against U.N. missions, saying “these attacks are in stark contrast to the conduct of our leaders and the actions of our own State Department.
They were, in fact, cowardly and in direct defiance of U.L.G.A. security requirements.”
The resolution also calls for the release of U,N.
employees, the release from prison of terrorists who are currently serving life sentences, and an end to the use of the death penalty.
In an effort to combat the “Islamophobia” that has been an issue for Trump in the past, the resolution states: “We urge the United Kingdom to withdraw from the European Union and other free-trade agreements, and seek to open new markets for U.K. goods and services, as well as to make the United Nation’s headquarters and other U.NS. buildings more secure.
We urge the European Parliament to adopt a resolution calling on all members of the European Commission to condemn terrorism and hate crimes, and to work to protect the rights and freedoms of all Europeans.”
Trump has also made a number of anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim comments in the campaign, including that immigrants were rapists and criminals.
But he has not specifically said what policies he would implement to address the problem.
The Republican Party has long been an organization that advocates for religious liberty in the U, and there have been no major policy proposals by the party that have included a clear position against abortion or birth control.
Trump has previously called for a “total and complete shutdown” on Muslim immigration and for a ban on Muslim travel to the U., although he has never explicitly said he would enact any such measure.
The GOP has made several policy announcements that have sought to limit abortion access.
In April, Trump signed an executive order prohibiting federal funding for Planned Parenthood clinics and for family planning and cancer screenings, but he has also proposed other measures, including the removal of the UAP exemption for Planned Health and other providers of reproductive health services.
Trump also has been very vocal in his opposition to same-sex marriage and other issues related to marriage equality.
“I think it’s a sad day for America when we allow these people to be able to marry who they want to marry,” he said during a campaign stop in January 2016.
Trump recently called for more restrictions on abortion access and birth control coverage in the face of rising birth rates, saying that the Republican Platform supports “a man-made, $100,000 tax on women who want abortions.”
The Republican platform also mentions abortion and birth rights as two areas that should be prioritized.
The document also addresses the issue of “religious freedom,” specifically saying that religious freedom should not be taken for granted.
“While religious freedom protects individuals from government interference in their religious affairs, it does not mean that the government has the right to force citizens to pay for the services of faith-based organizations,” the party reads.
Trump’s anti-LGBTQ policy The Republican Platform also calls on Congress to “prohibit all federal funding of organizations that oppose or promote marriage equality, including any federal funds earmarked for the Family Research Council, the Alliance Defending Freedom, and Family Research Institute.”
The document does not specifically address how the money could be spent, but a source familiar with the document said it could include “funding for LGBT organizations.”
The Family Research Initiative, which Trump has recently called a “hate group,” has been described as “one of the most prominent anti-gay organizations in the country.”
The anti-abortion organization has long worked to support pro-