Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation was founded in 2003 to promote and preserve the glorious traditions and culture of Western
civilization and Christianity. We do this through publishing projects — including
books and columns at fgfBooks.com — lectures, and conferences.
In the columns posted at our website and at our events,
we discuss a variety of issues such as religious liberty, American culture and society, war and peace, immigration, the sanctity of marriage between
one man and one woman, modern American history, morality in politics, church history, Charity Under Fire
(listen to Christopher Manion's lecture on this topic), pre-born citizens' rights — to name just a few. Subscribers and donors to the foundation
receive regular emails with opinion columns and alerts about our upcoming activities.
A major part of our mission is to recover and preserve
the writings of great authors. This year, FGF Books published the second edition of Hustler: The Clinton Legacy
by Joseph Sobran. This timely book is a series of 82 essays written by Mr. Sobran during the Clinton Presidency. We facilitated the printing
of Leviathan and Its Enemies by Sam Francis.
Our work is made possible by individual donors. We do not
receive or accept government funding. We appreciate your support, purchases of our books, your spreading the word about us to your friends
and colleagues, and your prayers.