In this issue: Mike Huckabee Inches Closer to Presidential Announcement / Huckabee’s new book describes American liberal “Bubble villes” / GING PAC introduces new Internet site, RunHuckRun.org to collect signatures / Elections have consequences / Pastors urged to run for office at all levels of government
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In this issue: An open congressional seat in New York’s 11th District / Staten Island District Attorney, Daniel Donovan may run for Congress / Media will vilify new Republican majority Congress / New Senators take office / Democrats like Barbara Boxer step down from Senate committees leadership
In this issue: Bill Cassidy easily defeats Senator Mary Landrieu in run-off election / Senator Ted Cruz forces Senate vote / Senator Tim Scott gives GOP weekly address on Republican agenda in 2015-2016 / GING-PAC Legislators participate in religious liberty hearing on military / 100 members of the House Prayer Caucus have great impact
In this issue: GING-PAC candidates win big! / Joni Ernst is a big conservative win / Ben Sasse and Tim Scott are welcome additions to the Senate / First Republican African American woman elected to Congress / Steve King and Louie Gohmert to continue their good work in Congress / Rep. Steve Southerland, a good congressman, will be missed
In this issue: How GING PAC decides which conservative candidates to support / Why GING PAC does not choose to endorse Micah Edmond who ignores social conservative issues / Why GING PAC does endorse Dr. Trey Thomas who is forthright in standing for social conservative values
GING PAC endorsed congressmen speak out against funding Islamic fighters / Senators speak out against arming rebels / GING PAC endorses Dr. Trey Thomas, running to represent Louisiana’s sixth district / Congressman Steve Southerland of Florida is on the Democrat Party’s top ten hit list
Florida’s Rep. Bill Posey faces opponent funded by mega rich father / In West Virginia coal country, candidate Alex Mooney has a good chance to win / In Montana, Rep. Steve Daines gains momentum in race for U.S. Senate / In Iowa, U. S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst moving toward victory
The Republican Party needs six seats to take the Senate away from one of the most corrupt politicians in American history, Harry Reid of Nevada. Harry Reid can be ousted as majority Leader in the Senate, but only if social conservatives get out and campaign for strong conservative candidates in their states.
On the morning of June 11th Democrats not only in Virginia but across the nation celebrated the defeat by Tea Party activists in Virginia of the most conservative member of the House leadership. With Republicans now in disarray, socialist President Barack Obama has an almost completely free hand at ruling by executive fiat
In this issue: GOP determined to repeat failed campaign strategies of the past / Republican establishment runs from social conservative issues / Congress needs more members like Steve Southerland of Florida / GING PAC endorses a man of God to replace the criminal Jesse Jackson, Jr.