Posts Tagged ‘ conservative ’

Donald Trump Will Have Influence On Federal Courts, But Not Just Yet

May 8th, 2017 | By

Favorable rulings on the Trump administration’s executive orders have been few and far between in the federal courts – evoking accusations of judicial overreach from the president as well as a recent threat to break up a liberal-leaning circuit. But with more than 100 federal judicial vacancies, President Trump has the chance to close the

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Chad Connelly Special Election On May 2

Apr 21st, 2017 | By

Chad Connelly for Congress from UTPL on Vimeo. The next important special election this year takes place on May 2nd in South Carolina where Chad Connelly is seeking to replace Mick Mulvaney. Connelly ran the RNC’s faith outreach program during the Trump campaign and is endorsed by GING-PAC for this seat. Connelly is an outspoken

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Reps. Jordan, DeSantis: The Case For Impeaching The IRS Commissioner

Jun 2nd, 2016 | By

Last week the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearing on whether to impeach Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner John Koskinen for obstructing justice, providing false testimony to Congress, disregarding Congressional subpoenas, and stonewalling a congressional investigation.

Dr. Kelli Ward Now Neck And Neck With John McCain

May 20th, 2016 | By

Ward has been endorsed by GINGPAC and is now running neck and neck with McCain according to a report in Breitbart. McCain’s negatives are high. Only 35% of GOP primary voters have a favorable opinion of him and appear to be looking to replace him.

Senator Ted Cruz Grills Smug IRS Chief

Aug 13th, 2015 | By

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) participated in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the IRS targeting of conservative and Christian groups during the last week of July. His opening statement is worth watching prior to his grilling of the smug IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, an Obama operative who has stonewalled the House and Senate for more than a year over Lois Lerner’s role in prohibiting anti-Obama groups from getting tax exempt status in a timely fashion.

Congressman Jordan Discovers New Info On IRS Targeting Scandal

Jun 8th, 2015 | By

Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) is a key member of the House Oversight And Government Reform Committee – and recently found new details on the Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative and Christian groups. Jordan recently interviewed Mary Howard, IRS director of privacy, governmental liaison, and disclosure on the IRS targeting of these groups.

Senator Tim Scott: First Black Elected To Senate In South Since Reconstruction

Dec 3rd, 2014 | By
Senator Tim Scott and William Murray

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott (R), a GING-PAC endorsed lawmaker, is the first black since the Civil War Reconstruction to be elected to the U.S. Senate in the South. Scott’s victory should have been celebrated by the NAACP, but it was totally ignored. Why? Because Sen. Scott is a conservative Christian and a Republican.

GING-PAC Senator-Elect Dan Sullivan Wins His Election

Nov 12th, 2014 | By

The counting of absentee ballots is over in Alaska and Dan Sullivan has defeated incumbent liberal Sen. Mark Begich to be the next U.S. Senator from that state. Begich was a lock-step liberal who supported Obama’s radical agenda. Sullivan had an 8,000 vote lead in last week’s election, but more than 40,000 absentee votes had not yet been counted.

Mia Love Condemned For Not Being ‘Black’ Enough For Liberals

Nov 11th, 2014 | By

It drives liberals insane when blacks like Mia Love embrace free enterprise, biblical morality, the Constitution, and the rule of law. In the fevered mind of a liberal, no self-respecting black could possibly be a conservative. Mia Love can expect to be ridiculed by liberals in Congress and the media because they can’t tolerate a conservative black woman.

Tom Cotton Ahead 7 Points Against Liberal Mark Pryor

Oct 6th, 2014 | By

Kellyann Conway’s polling group has found that Congressman Tom Cotton (R-AR) is now seven points ahead of liberal Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR). The poll has Cotton at 48% to 41% of likely voters – just 30 days away from the mid-term election. Cotton is leading among independents by 21 points and women by 4 points.