Illinois Family Action urges its readers to watch and share this powerful and important 17-minute video that provides an overview of what is at stake in this election. Thomas Klingenstein, Chair of the Board of The Claremont Institute argues persuasively that this is the most important election since 1860. He makes three points...
10.10.20
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The Illinois Supreme Court District 5 race, between IFA endorsed candidate Republican David Overstreet, and Democrat Judy Cates, is crucial to maintain judicial balance on Illinois' highest court.

There are 3 Illinois Supreme Court justice seats on the November 3rd ballot. The winner of these elections will serve for the next 10 years. These seats represent 58 percent of Illinois counties[1] and a large majority of residents.
10.09.20
Is 2020 the worst year ever? With the combination of a global pandemic, violence, looting, rioting, and devastating wildfires, plus the drama of a fiercely contested general election, this year might seem to be a strong contender for such a dubious honor. So, what should a Christian do when faced with 2020’s chaos and uncertainty? According to Rev. Franklin Graham we must put our trust in Almighty God!
10.08.20
We face an election of monumental consequence with a president with communication challenges, a public that gets caught up in the minutiae of spun "narratives," and a poisonous press that long ago abandoned the legitimizing tasks of the Fourth Estate to join the Fifth column. As the Fifth Column continues its relentless efforts at a soft coup of a duly elected president via character assassination and other assorted machinations, it seems some historical perspective is in order.
10.07.20
The full 16-page version of the IFI 2020 General Election Voter Guide is available for download HERE. You can order them in bulk to distribute in your church or neighborhood. They include positions on several issues from candidates running for President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, plus both chambers of the Illinois General Assembly.
10.06.20
In 2018, in a video series titled “Conception,” and posted on YouTube, the New York Times profiled “Gabrielle” Darone, a man who pretends to be a woman and who, with his wife, has fathered two children. Two years after the New York Times’ sympathetic portrayal of Darone’s envy of his wife’s pregnancy and his claims that he is a much better parent now that he pretends to be a mother, Darone is about to be divorced.
10.05.20
In a dramatic U.S. Senate hearing, the outstanding U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) interrogates James Comey, former FBI director and colluder in the Russia hoax, about his “extraordinary abuse of power” in signing multiple error-ridden FISA applications with the goal of unleashing the federal government against an American citizen in the hope of unseating a duly elected president. Hawley’s shredding of Comey’s responses exposes what a small man Comey is.
10.02.20

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10.02.20
You know something’s up when the media bury a story that would have been a no-brainer for Page One if the subject was a Republican.

A new U.S. Senate report exposes shocking corruption involving Hunter Biden, who made millions in Ukraine at the natural gas company, Burisma Holdings, when his father, Vice President Joe Biden, was President Obama’s Ukraine point man. 
10.01.20
The adage is true – actions do speak louder than words. Catherine Walker, co-leader of 40 Days for Life Aurora, explains to Monte Larrick that the simple act of taking part in a peaceful prayer vigil outside of an abortion facility can have a profound impact on the lives of women and their unborn babies. Ms. Walker provides helpful information about participating in a local vigil and she relates how lives have been changed through the prayerful presence of pro-life believers.
09.30.20
In addition to the candidates on the November 3rd ballot is an important issue that will have a far-reaching impact on Illinois. Voters will be asked to consider changing Illinois’ income tax from a flat tax to a graduated or progressive tax.

If approved, this change will further harm the finances of Illinois families and damage our already-fragile state economy.
09.29.20