Posts Tagged ‘ family values ’

Democrats Must Join GOP In Confirming Gorsuch

Mar 29th, 2017 | By

Millions of evangelical Christian and pro-life conservative Catholic voters, who overwhelmingly supported President Donald Trump last November, are watching intently as the United States Senate now considers the nomination of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.



Missouri: A 2016 Pro-Life Battleground We Must Win

Nov 3rd, 2016 | By

Senator Roy Blunt has talked the talk and walked the walk. He has served Missouri in Congress since 1997, and has had 101 opportunities to vote pro-life. He has voted pro-life every single time. And not only does Sen. Blunt vote pro-life, he leads on it too. Senator Blunt is the chairman of the Senate Values Action Team (VAT) which serves as point-guard for all pro-life, pro-family initiatives in the U.S. Senate.



GING-PAC Endorses Trey Thomas For 6th Congressional District (Louisiana)

Sep 18th, 2014 | By

Charles Trey Thomas to become the next Congressman from the 6th Congressional District in Louisiana. Dr. Thomas is the executive director of the Family Values Resource Institute, a charitable group devoted to empowering the traditional family. It includes resources for pregnant women, counseling programs for troubled marriages, adult learning and career development.



Senator Ted Cruz Lays Out Victory Plan For 2014/2016

Aug 11th, 2014 | By

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was in Ames, Iowa over the weekend to give a keynote speech at the Family Leadership Summit of social conservatives. Cruz told the crowd that he had recently left Washington, D.C. and was glad to be back in America. He told his audience that they can only succeed if they’re not being “namby-pamby, not giving in to the ways of Washington.” He said “We need to stand for life, we need to stand for marriage, we need to abolish the IRS. We need to repeal Obamacare.”



GING-PAC Endorses Nebraskan Ben Sasse For U.S. Senate

Feb 3rd, 2014 | By

Ben believes that government exists to secure certain unalienable rights. The rights to life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness — the idea that we are entitled to keep the fruits of our labor — these are granted to us by God alone. What that means is that government can’t infringe on these rights because government did not give them to us in the first place. Natural and unalienable rights are essential to the realization of freedom, to the fulfillment of human potential, and to the flourishing of a responsible citizenry.