November 7, 2014

Christian Coalition Voter Guides a Huge Success

Millions of 2014 Christian Coalition Voter Guides were distributed across America, and especially in the key battleground states. Christian Coalition supporters distributed them to friends, family members, in their churches, in Christian bookstores and Christian schools throughout their communities.


Meet the 10 New Pro-Family/Pro-Life Senators (and, possibly 2 more Pro-Family/Pro-Life Senators - Dan Sullivan in Alaska and Bill Cassidy in Lousiana)

Shelley Moore Capito


Tom Cotton


Steve Daines


Joni Ernst


Cory Gardner


James Lankford


David Perdue


Mike Rounds


Ben Sasse


Thom Tillis


Meet the 37 New Pro-Family/Pro-Life Members of the House of Representatives

AL-06 Gary Palmer (replacing Bachus)
AR-02 French Hill (replacing Griffin)
AR-04 Bruce Westerman (replacing Cotton)
CA-25 Steve Knight (replacing McKeon)
CA-45 Mimi Walters (replacing Campbell)
CO-04 Ken Buck (replacing Gardner)
GA-01 Earl Carter (replacing Kingston)
GA-10 Jody Hice (replacing Broun)
GA-11 Barry Loudermilk (replacing Gingrey)
IA-03 David Young (replacing Latham)
MI-04 John Moolenaar (replacing Camp)
MI-08 Mike Bishop (replacing Rogers)
MI-11 David Trott (replacing Bentivolio)
MN-06 Tom Emmer (replacing Bachmann)
MT-AL Ryan Zinke (replacing Daines)
NC -04 Mark Walker (replacing Coble)
NC-07 David Rouzer (replacing McIntyre)
OK-05 Steve Russell (replacing Lankford)
TX-04 John Ratcliffe (replacing Hall)
TX-36 Brian Babin (replacing Stockman)
VA-07 David Brat (replacing Cantor)
VA-10 Barbara Comstock (replacing Wolf)
WV-03 Evan Jenkins (replacing Rahall)
WI-06 Glenn Grothman (replacing Petri)
FL-26 Carlos Curbelo (replacing Garcia)
GA-12 Rick Allen (replacing Barrow)
IL-12 Mike Bost (replacing Enyart)
IA-01 Rod Blum (replacing Braley)
ME-02 Bruce Poliquin (replacing Michaud)
NV-04 Cresent Hardy (replacing Horsford)
NH-01 Frank Guinta (replacing Shea-Porter)
NY-01 Lee Zeldin (replacing Bishop)
NY-21 Elise Stefanik (replacing Owens)
UT-04 Mia Love (replacing Matheson)
NJ-03 Tom McArthur (replacing Runyan)
PA-06 Ryan Costello (replacing Gerlach)
WV-02 Alex Mooney (replacing Capito)


Speaker Boehner: Pillars of a Renewed Majority

Today, Speaker Boehner released Pillars of a Renewed Majority, which details his five-point vision for resetting the foundation of our economy and the steps the House Republican majority is taking to make it a reality.

“Over the last four years, the House has served as an outpost in Washington for the people’s priorities," Boehner writes in the introduction.  “With a renewed majority, we renew that mission, and pledge to focus on good-paying jobs and an economy strong enough to help keep the American Dream alive and well."
The document, which features a foreword by Speaker Newt Gingrich and quotes from policy experts, is a roadmap for fulfilling the five points Boehner has been talking about most of the past year: fixing our tax code, solving our spending problem, reforming our legal system, reforming our regulatory system, and improving our children’s education... (READ MORE)


Historic Decision By the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Hands Natural Marriage Supporters a Huge Victory!

On Thursday, in a 2-1 decision, a judicial panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit reversed district court rulings that had struck down homosexual “marriage” bans in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.

Because this very important decision for supporters of natural marriage runs counter to decisions by four other appeals courts, the United States Supreme Court will undoubtedly decide in January to finally make a decision as to whether the states have the constitutional right to make laws on traditional marriage and banning homosexual “marriages.”  If the high court does take up the issue, it is expected to be the very last decision issued by the Supreme Court next June.

The judges in the majority  --  both appointed by President George W. Bush  --  were Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Sutton and Circuit Court Judge Deborah Cook.  In the 42-page decision, Judge Sutton, writing for the majority, argued that all of the circuit court judges overturning the state constitutional bans on homosexual “marriages” should not have overturned such amendments because of the Supreme Court’s ruling in 1972 which “upheld the right of the people of a state to define marriage as they see it”... (READ MORE)


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