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Central Illinois GOP Governor Candidate Forum

Written by David E. Smith

After two winter storms put the kibosh on our efforts to hold a gubernatorial forum, Illinois Family Action was thrilled to be a sponsor of a forum hosted by the Tazewell County Republican Party in cooperation with the Peoria County Republican Party and the Woodford County Republican Party.

It is vitally important that we are able to use social media platforms to stream these events. No longer do conservative voters have to sift through biased establishment media reports for the truth.… Continue Reading

Will the Real Richard Irvin Please Stand Up?

Written by Fran Eaton

Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin’s campaign backers’ mantra is “Irvin’s the only one that can beat Pritzker in the General.”

But is Richard Irvin really the only Illinois Republican candidate that can beat the current governor in the upcoming 2022 General Election? And who is this Richard Irvin? Let’s take a closer look.

Interesting Facts About the REAL Richard Irvin

  • Irvin publicly applauded Gov. JB Pritzker for his tyrannical COVID-19 policies
  • Irvin has consistently supported Leftist activist groups such as Planned Parenthood, Gay Pride Parades, and Black Lives Matter – which works hand in hand with radical anarchists such as Antifa
  • Irvin has questionable financial dealings as Aurora mayor with Ken Griffin projects
  • Irvin has made vicious and untruthful campaign attacks on fellow Republicans
  • Irvin has very confusing family values

The Democratic Governors’ Association’s ads are already attacking Irvin’s criminal defense law practice by pointing to sleazy criminals they claim Irvin helped to escape stronger punishment — launching the effort to undermine Irvin’s claims he will fight crime and defend law enforcement.… Continue Reading

SPOTLIGHT: Jed Davis for the 75th

Written by Jenna Smith

This week David Smith and Monte Larrick shine the IFA spotlight on Jed Davis, conservative Republican primary candidate for state representative in the 75th district. Davis is running for office in order to rightly represent the Republican platform and the views and values of the constituents of this newly-drawn district.

In the podcast, Davis explains why he is pro-life without exception. He also addresses Illinois’ extraordinary tax burden and exorbitant fees (“We can’t be the highest taxed state in the nation and constantly be broke”); misguided legislation to legalize more dangerous drugs; overreach on the part of the executive branch of Illinois government, especially in regard to COVID restrictions; and the threat to private education and homeschooling from intrusive government regulation and oversight.… Continue Reading

The Dave Rubin Conundrum

Written By Evan O’Bryan

Popular commentator Dave Rubin has stirred up some controversy in a recent tweet. The tweet shows Dave Rubin and his “husband” holding two different sonograms with a sign in the middle that says, “Coming Soon” and gives two dates for “Baby 1” and “Baby 2.” This was the announcement for Dave Rubin and his partner’s attempt at having a child with two different surrogates, one which will carry Rubin’s child and the other which will carry his partner’s child.… Continue Reading

Spread The Word Before The ’22 Primary Election

Written by David E. Smith

Last week, I sent an IFA email appeal to our subscribers asking for help to raise $30k for our Get Out The Vote (GOTV) campaign. We don’t have much time before the June 28th Primary Election is upon us. Early voting begins on May 19th, and runs for more than five weeks.

If you believe as I do that Christian conservatives throughout the state should be made aware of which state and federal candidates hold strong pro-family values, please help us.Continue Reading

Illinois’ Vitally Important Midterm Primary Election

Written by David E. Smith

The June 28th Primary Election is just three months away. While we have no way to know what major political/social events may take place during the time in the run-up to this state primary election and then the national election in November, we do know how tumultuous the past two years have been for families in this state, and throughout the nation.

To further complicate matters, we will vote in this cycle for candidates who are running in newly drawn districts.… Continue Reading

Corrupt Democrats And Their Fake ‘Justice’

Written by Robert Knight

The wheels of justice sometimes grind very slowly.

Or not at all.

In our current system, it appears that the only thing that matters is which party you belong to.

Corrupt Democrats almost never face punishment for their crimes. It doesn’t matter how glaring the evidence.

IRS official Lois Lerner retired with full benefits after getting caught using the IRS to target conservative groups such as tea parties during the Obama years.… Continue Reading

U.S. Senate Dems Want to Eliminate the Filibuster

Written by David E. Smith

U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) promised that if Republicans filibuster a voting rights bill supported by the entire U.S. Senate Democratic caucus, as they are expected to, he’ll schedule a vote on changes to the rules by January 17.  See report.

On August 24, 2021, Democrat lawmakers in the U.S. House voted 219 to 212 to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act which seeks to federalize elections and take control of voting regulations away from the states. … Continue Reading

Texas Audit Finds Over 11,000 Potential Noncitizens Registered to Vote, Other Problems

Written by Darlene McCormick Sanchez

Voting irregularities—including potentially thousands of votes cast by noncitizens and dead people—were reported during the first phase of the Texas secretary of state’s forensic audit of the 2020 general election, but critics deemed it more of a risk-limiting audit at this point.

The secretary of state’s office released its findings on Dec. 31; the issues found aren’t enough to significantly affect 2020 election results of the four counties involved in the audit—Collin, Dallas, Harris, and Tarrant counties—which account for about 10 million people, or a third of Texas’s population.… Continue Reading

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