Tom Freiling

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Tom Freiling (born May 6, 1966 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is an American author, publisher and conservative political activist. He is the founder of Xulon Press[1] and in early 2012 became Executive Director of Patriot Super Pac.[2][3]

Literary career[edit]

In 2000 Freiling released the book Reagan's God and Country (Gospel Light). 2002 saw the publication of Abraham Lincoln's Daily Treasure (Revell), a daily commentary of the president’s life and faith alongside the actual devotional he is purported to have used during his presidency.[4] Freiling released George W. Bush on God and Country (Allegiance Press)[5] in 2004 and the collection of spiritual principles from the life of Lincoln, Walking with Lincoln (Revell), in 2009.

In 2004 producer David W. Balsiger used George W. Bush on God and Country, along with David Aikman’s book A Man of Faith, as the bases for his controversial television documentary George W. Bush: Faith in the White House.[6][7]

From 1998 to 2001 Freiling was the Managing Director of Eagle Publishing, Inc., and in 2000 founded the Christian e-publishing firm Xulon Press in Vienna, VA.[8]


Political career[edit]

Freiling served on the campaign and U.S. House of Representatives staff of James M. Inhofe (R-OK) from 1989 to 1992.[9] He was on the 2004 founding Board of Directors of the conservative action network Grassfire.org.[10] In February 2012 Freiling was named Executive Director of Patriot Super PAC, an independent-expenditure only committee registered with the FEC.[11]

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