Government Is Not God PAC wins in Nebraska with Sasse but suffers a loss in Georgia with Broun. GOP Senate Leader Mitch McConnell handily defeated Republican businessman Matt Bevin as Tea Party works to defeat the second most powerful Republican in the House. Defeat of Cantor would be a major blow to the Commonwealth of Virginian and a huge downgrade overall for the 7th District.
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.
In this issue: GING-PAC endorsed Senator Cornyn wins big in Texas GOP primary / GING-PAC endorsed Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) delivered a speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives highlighting the plight of Christians persecuted Christians worldwide / Congressman Forbes exposes religious freedom issues in here at home/ A new face: Conservative Republican David Jolly wins special election and is sworn into office.
GING-PAC endorsed Senator John Cornyn of Texas has the second highest rating in the entire Senate with the American Conservative Union. The Senator also has a 100% rating with National Right to Life, and he has expressed concern for the persecuted Christian minority in the Middle East. The conservative Senator has no fewer than seven opponents in the GOP primary. / GING-PAC has just announced endorsement of Ben Sasse in his bid to replace retiring Senator Mike Johanns of Nebraska.
In this issue: GING-PAC endorsed candidates for the U.S. Senate include Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA), Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), and Colonel Rob Maness of Louisiana. Al Franken must be defeated.
The Truth about lobbying: Outside the beltway, lobbying is a dirty word. In reality lobbying serves an important function. Various groups both left and right slam the idea of lobbying, and some would even like to outlaw the activity. Without it, though, congressmen and Senators would be working in the dark. How could a Senator decide what was best for his state if he were not allowed to talk to the ten largest employers in his state? Think about it. What if congressmen were not allowed to have conversations with the representatives of city or county governments?
What happened in Virginia / Why did the establishment abandon E.W. Jackson / The Senators who lied about ObamaCare / Senator Cruz works to free as pastor in Iran / Congressman Sam Johnson, a former POW, works to save the Air Force oath that atheists who hate God had changed
New Jersey Senate candidate Steve Lonegan continues to gain in the polls against Hollywood backed liberal Cory Booker, the mayor of Newark. South Carolina Senator Tim Scott faces voters in the upcoming 2014 election. He was appointed by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley in 2013 to serve out the term of former Senator Jim DeMint who currently runs The Heritage Foundation. PLUS: Information on what congressmen are doing in the House to promote traditional values, and how Karl Rove is betraying conservatives.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie botched an opportunity to appoint a strong conservative to the U.S. Senate to serve out the term of Frank Lautenberg, who died on June 3rd, 2013. Instead, Christie appointed an interim Senator and called for an unnecessary special election. Christie, who has a record of kissing up to Obama, undermined the Republican Party in New Jersey and hurt the minority party in the U.S. Senate by not making an appointment of a Republican. PLUS information on South Carolina and other races
There are 435 congressmen and all types of circumstances arise that cause them to leave office. So far there have been nine resignations in just seven months into the new two year term: two due to acceptance of private sector jobs, two due to political appointments, two due to a Senator’s death; one due to criminal prosecution/health issues; one due to acceptance of a university position and one due to a win in a special election. Five were Democrats and four were Republicans