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What does FCF stand for?
FCF stands for Free Congress Foundation (conservative activist group)
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- Florida Children's Forum
- Fluid Combustion Facility
- Fluids and Combustion Facility
- Fondation Canadienne du Foie (Canadian Liver Foundation)
- Football Club de Farschviller (French football club)
- Football Club Féminin (French football club)
- Foreign Currency Fluctuation
- Forward Control Field
- Fraternity of Charles de Foucauld
- Free Cash Flow
- Freedom Calls Foundation (New York)
- Freestyle Cage Fighting (Tulsa, OK mixed martial arts promotion company)
- Frégate Club de France (French automobile club)
- Frequency Correlation Function
- Friends Come First
- Friends of Children Fund (American Academy of Pediatrics)
- Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship
- Fuel Cycle Facility
- Full Circle Fund (various locations)
- Fully-Connected Filter
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Jerry Falwell and the late Paul Weyrich, founder of the Free Congress Foundation.
In 2002, when I asked if I could use meeting space at the Free Congress Foundation to gather conservatives on a weekly basis, not only did Paul say that I could use a large -meeting room, but he attended most of my meetings.
He can an "forget about his presidential ambitions," said Paul Weyrich of the Free Congress Foundation.
Putting cameras on children trains them to believe that being watched every minute of the day is OK, that Big Brother is OK," Steve Lilienthal of the Free Congress Foundation in Washington, D.
BRADLEY JANSEN Deputy Director, Center for Technology Policy Free Congress Foundation
Crane is endorsed for the post by the conservative think tank Free Congress Foundation.
These individuals and groups are represented formally or informally by such organizations as the Council on National Policy, the Christian Coalition, and organizations founded by Catholic right-wing leader Paul Weyrich: the Heritage Foundation and the Free Congress Foundation.