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His family lives in Richardson, but they spend a lot of time at the First Baptist downtown. This is a turbulent time for Dallas, where the president has just been assassinated, and for the Church, which expects the lifting of segregation. The first Baptist has always been involved in politics: George Truett, who became a pastor in 1897, delivered his most famous sermon on the separation of church and state on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. His successor, W. A. Criswell, is not shy either: he condemned the Supreme Court`s decision to cancel schools as “idiocy” and proposed that Catholics not make good presidents. In 1968, Criswell reversed his position on lifting racial segregation and was quickly elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention.

This move puts North Texas at the heart of a massive conservative movement. In his 2013 State of the Union address, Obama announced that he would begin negotiations with the EU on the Transatlantic Free Trade Area (TAFTA), also known as TTIP, which would be the largest free trade agreement in history. [231b] The pending agreement was not negotiated openly in national parliaments on both sides or the European Parliament, but behind closed doors between senior US and European officials and corporate lobbyists. In a letter dated 8 July 2013 addressed to President Obama and EU Heads of State and Government, to 60 European and environmental organisations defending consumer rights and the environment. . . .