Faith and Politics: How the Moral Values Debate Divides America and How to Move Forward TogetherEx-senator wants to save GOP from itself Sep 29, 2006
I'd like to see our party debate whether or not we're a religious partyEx-senator wants to save GOP from itself Sep 29, 2006
I also want to reiterate what we have said all the way along. That the investigation is important, that the investigation has to be comprehensive. All the evidence has to come out, there has to be full cooperation with the investigation by all partiesU.S. voices support for U.N. chief, Annan Dec 09, 2004
No one to my knowledge has cast doubt on the personal integrity of the secretary-general. No one and we certainly don'tU.S. voices support for U.N. chief, Annan Dec 09, 2004
We are not suggesting the resignation or pursuing the resignation of the secretary-general. We have worked with him very well in the past and we anticipate working with him very well in the futureU.S. voices support for U.N. chief, Annan Dec 09, 2004
John Claggett "Jack" Danforth (born September 5, 1936) is a former United States Ambassador to the United Nations and former Republican United States Senator from Missouri. He is an ordained Episcopal priest. Danforth is married to Sally D. Danforth and has five adult children.
Danforth was born in 1936 in St. Louis, Missouri. He attended St. Louis Country Day School, received his bachelor's degree from Princeton University in 1958, and attended both law and divinity graduate schools at Yale University. Danforth is the grandson of William H. Danforth founder of Ralston Purina. His father was Donald Danforth, a former chief executive of the company. One of his brothers is Dr. Bill Danforth, former chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis.
He is a brother in the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity.