Posts Tagged ‘ GING-PAC ’

Congressman Devin Nunes Receives ‘Keeper Of The Flame’ Award From Center For Security Policy

Sep 18th, 2018 | By

Last week, GING-PAC endorsed Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA) received the prestigious “Keeper Of The Flame” award from the Center for Security Policy, headed by Frank Gaffney, a longtime friend of GING-PAC Chairman William J. Murray. The award is given to someone who has contributed significantly to the defense of our national security and freedom around

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GING-PAC Newsmaker: Devin Nunes To Release 70 Depositions In Russia Collusion Hoax

Sep 17th, 2018 | By

Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA) is a GING-PAC endorsed legislator who heads up the House Intelligence Committee. He has taken the lead in exposing the fraud of Russia/Trump collusion by holding hearings and interviewing at least 70 witnesses over the past year and a half. Nunes wants to release the depositions of these 70 witnesses before

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Why GING-PAC? A Special Message From Chairman William J. Murray

Aug 30th, 2018 | By

Dear Supporter:  I am not writing to you today as the chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition. This is a personal letter and an explanation of how some things work in Washington, DC. Often in the newsletters and articles I write, there are photographs of me with various elected officials. These include photos with Senators,

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GING-PAC Newsletter, July/August 2018

Aug 6th, 2018 | By

Government Is Not God – PAC CAMPAIGN UPDATE 2018 — July/August  Editor: William J. Murray GING-PAC Endorses New Candidates Kelli Ward Is Our Pick to Take Jeff Flake’s Senate Seat Former Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward, who is also a practicing MD, is running for Jeff Flake’s Senate seat in the 2018 mid-term election. Ward

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URGENT: Help Needed In Special Election In Arizona

Jan 28th, 2018 | By

By GING-PAC Chairman William J. Murray In December of last year my good friend Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ) resigned his seat, in my opinion unnecessarily. He was accused of “sexual harassment” because of a comment he made years ago when he and his wife were searching for a surrogate to carry a child for them.

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August 2016 Campaign Update

Aug 22nd, 2016 | By

In this issue of the GING-PAC Campaign Update: Left only interested in getting rid of one immigrant – TRUMP’S WIFE / Down to wire to unset the angry old man Arizona / Rand Paul endorsed by GING-PAC as he works to stop Saudi Arabia human rights abuses.



June 2014 Campaign Update

Jun 28th, 2014 | By

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



May 2014 Campaign Update

May 27th, 2014 | By
Governor Jindal, GING-PAC chairman William and Leader Eric Cantor at an event in Virginia

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.



December, 2013 Campaign Update

Dec 31st, 2013 | By

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?



July, 2013 Campaign Update

Jul 22nd, 2013 | By

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



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