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.
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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.
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.
May news from GING-PAC: Congressman Todd Akin fights for conscience rights for military chaplains, while Obama vows to veto entire Defense Authorization bill if Akin’s amendment is part of it. GING-PAC endorsed Senate candidate Ted Cruz of Texas rises in the polls and picks up some big endorsements, including from Gov. Sarah Palin, Sen. Jim DeMint and Dr. James Dobson. In a big upset victory in the Nebraska race for U.S. Senator, true conservative Deb Fischer wins the GOP primary. After only one term in Congress, Allen West of Florida fights to win in the brand new 18th District, his former home 22nd District having been redistricted. Discontent among the Democratic base is evident in many state primaries, although big media tries to keep it quiet.
IN THE DECEMBER ISSUE: President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announce new measures to protect gays, lesbians and transgenders worldwide. Anyone claiming to be gay and persecuted will be put at the front of the immigration line with the Muslims Obama already put there. This comes at a time that Christians facing persecution in Islamic nations are not welcome at our embassiesIn Wisconsin the Senate race is shaping up between a Mark Newmann and lesbian activist Tammy Baldwin
WHAT THE PRESIDENTIAL CHALLENGERS BELIEVE – Over the years I have had the privilege to work on various projects with some of the current Republican candidates for President and I have met and talked to most of them more than once. Just before she announced her run for the presidency I was one of just eight conservative leaders who had lunch with Michele Bachmann at the Capitol Hill club in Washington, DC.
Did Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is from a Jewish background, actually convert to Islam when he married his Muslim wife Huma Abedin? Huma, who was a key advisor in Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2008, is now a top aide to Hillary at the State Department and seemingly a close confidant. When Anthony Weiner and Huma
Marco Rubio charts a course to more jobs and a more stable economy, and maintains that everyone in Washington actually knows what needs to be done; they just refuse for short term, political reasons. He notes that in 2006 when he was a Barack Obama was a Senator and George W. Bush was President, Obama himself stated, “Raising America’s debt