1) To reaffirm that the family is society’s most important unit, since the nurturing of children is best accomplished in the family setting.

2) To promote, defend and secure legislation which upholds the Judeo-Christian view of traditional marriage and family (family meaning two or more people living together related by blood, marriage or adoption.)

3) To support policies for women in the home and workplace that provide them with equal opportunity in employment and education.

4) To recognize woman’s equal but unique contributions to society – not only her role as educator and nurturer of the family, but also in her many roles outside the family.

5) To support the right to life of all individuals from conception to death.