Posts Tagged ‘ Constitution ’

Sen. Scott: Gorsuch Well-Qualified, Right Man For Supreme Court

Mar 30th, 2017 | By

Last month, I had the pleasure of meeting Judge Gorsuch in my office. He was genuine, knowledgeable, and made it clear that he would exercise judiciary independence when interpreting the law. After our conversation, I walked away convinced that he has the right temperament to fill the ninth seat of the highest court in our nation.



Congressman Gowdy Defends Free Speech At Veteran’s Conference

Dec 20th, 2016 | By

On Monday, GING-PAC endorsed Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) appeared at a Concerned Veterans For America conference to discuss the VA and the importance of free speech and the First Amendment to the attendees. Gowdy’s comments begin 41 minutes into this video. Gowdy has led the charge in the House in investigating Hillary’s email server scandal, her lies about Benghazi and the IRS scandal involving the targeting of Tea Party groups.



Stunner! Trump Cites 10th Amendment In Agenda

Nov 11th, 2016 | By

Nothing about Donald Trump’s candidacy for the presidency was normal. After all, he defeated more than a dozen recognized names in the Republican Party – even after he refused to promise he would support the GOP candidate if it wasn’t him.



Gohmert On Freedoms We Will Lose If Hillary Wins White House

Oct 13th, 2016 | By

Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert appeared on “Varney & Company” recently to discuss the dangers our nation faces if Hillary Clinton is elected POTUS. Gohmert noted that Hillary’s pick of new Supreme Court Justices will impact our freedoms for decades to come.



The Constitution: A Better Way To Do The People’s Business

Jul 2nd, 2016 | By

As we celebrate Independence Day and 240 years as a free nation, we must remain vigilant against any attempts to stray from the vision of freedom. While we face many challenges, we meet them head on with the confidence and convictions instilled by the generations who came before us.



What Americans Can Learn From The Preamble

Jun 14th, 2016 | By

The freedoms and comforts we enjoy exist largely because our nation has placed great priority on a dedication to a well-guarded peace. The freedoms we enjoy are enviable to some and threatening to others. There will always be individuals who want to take them from us. The Preamble reminds us that to lack vigilance in our investment in our national defense fails a central tenet of our Constitutional duty. We cannot afford to cheapen our national defense. Today, more than ever, it is important that we ensure our men and women in uniform are the best-equipped, best trained in the world.



Big Brother Is Watching You

Apr 28th, 2016 | By

Would all of our lives be safer if the government could break down all the doors it wishes, listen to all the conversations it could find and read whatever emails and text messages it could acquire? Perhaps. But who would want to live in such a society?



Congresswoman Mia Love Endorses ‘Article 1 Project’

Apr 4th, 2016 | By

The Article 1 Project is a new effort to restore regulatory accountability. It is spearheaded by Utah Senator Mike Lee and Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R) Texas.



Forbes Introduces Resolution Urging Senate To Only Approve A Supreme Court Nominee Who Will Fight For The Constitution   

Feb 25th, 2016 | By

Congressman J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) announced yesterday that he has introduced a resolution (H.Res.615), urging the Senate to only consider a nominee to the Supreme Court with a proven record of adhering to the restraints placed on the federal judiciary by the Constitution, contending that the vacancy left on the Court should be filled with an individual who will uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States free from political bias or ideology.



Battle Over Supreme Court Is Key Issue In This Election

Feb 17th, 2016 | By

The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has set in motion a fierce fight over who Obama will appoint to fill his post. Scalia has been one of the leading protectors of the Constitution and the rule of law on the Court since 1986.