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5 November, 2010, 1:53 pm

Amid all of the other incredible results in the recent election was a sweet bit of electoral justice in Iowa:

(via CNN)

Voters in Iowa chose to remove three high court justices who helped make Iowa the first Midwestern state to permit same-sex marriage.

The vote marks the first time a member of the Iowa Supreme Court has been rejected by the voters under the current system that began in 1962.

Under the voting system in Iowa, each of the three justices up for...

5 November, 2010, 10:39 am

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3 November, 2010, 3:25 pm

You did it!  You made it happen!

All across America, millions of pro-family conservatives flocked to the polls and took part in the most historic US election since the Great Depression.

They came out in support of candidates who responded to their calls for leadership that will stand against an intrusive and big spending government, and for traditional values.

The result demonstrates the true power of America’s largest voting bloc.

In the months leading up to the election, the Christian Coalition leveraged the power of the Internet and social media to educate voters with a combination of online advertising in targeted states...

3 November, 2010, 2:22 pm

Election Roundup...

Headlines and other interesting bits of coverage...

Rubio wins big in Florida senate race (Newsmax)

Tea party favorite Marco Rubio capped his dramatic rise with an easy win Tuesday over Gov. Charlie Crist and U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek in the race for Florida's open Senate seat, keeping it with the GOP.

"We make a great mistake if we believe that tonight these results are somehow an embrace of the Republican Party," Rubio told supporters at a rally, referring to his and other GOP wins around the country. "What they are is a second...

1 November, 2010, 11:05 am

Election Day is upon us, and I want to give you a challenge.

I challenge you to make sure as many potential voters as possible are informed about where the candidates stand on important issues in this election.

I challenge you to print out and copy voter guides
and hand them out to others outside of polling locations.

I challenge you to post links to voter guides on other web-sites, newsgroups, blogs, Faceboook and Twitter.

I challenge you to contact as many likeminded conservatives as possible and encourage them to vote – and then follow up and make sure that they voted.


1 November, 2010, 9:20 am

Will you help us promote voter guides by donating one status update on your social network of choice every two days between now and Election Day?

Tuesday will be here before you know it, which means our time to get voter guides into the hands of more voters is growing short.

Our new “Donate Your status” application makes it easy to spread the word to others you know by using the viral power of social networking.

When you use either one of these services, it automatically allows you to “donate” a status update on behalf of our voter guides, one time each week between now and Tuesday.


29 October, 2010, 9:33 am

It is finally here - Election Day!  Today is the last day help educate voter BEFORE they go to the polls.

If you haven't done it yet, be sure to go to our 2010 Voter Guide page and download voter guides for your area.  Print, copy and distribute to anyone and everyone you know and help make sure they know where the candidates really stand before they cast their ballot.

And be sure to use our "Donate Your Status" application to volunteer to post ONE status update on Election Day...

26 October, 2010, 1:55 pm

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this year continued and increased the assault on people of faith in their decision on March 10th overturning a lower federal court judge's decision which had dismissed a frivolous lawsuit brought by a teacher against her former church-owned school.  The federal district court judge dismissed the teacher's lawsuit based on "ministerial exception."    As the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty says in its request last Friday to the United States Supreme Court that it review the 6th Circuit Court First Amendment-stifling decision:  "The federal courts of appeals have long recognized the 'ministerial exception,' a First Amendment doctrine that bars most employment-related lawsuits brought against religious organizations by...