Posts tagged: 2020 Election

25th IL Senate Dist. Endorsement: Jeanette Ward

Written by Kathy Valente

The voters in the 25th State Senate District have an amazing opportunity to nominate a courageous woman with unmovable integrity in the Republican primary election. Jeanette Ward is a proven conservative who will fight tenaciously for our families and our values. She has the unwavering support of Illinois Family Action!

You may remember that Jeannette served on the largest elected school board in Illinois, District U-46, from 2015-2019. She made national news due to her principled opposition to the district’s liberal policies.… Continue Reading

Bernie Sanders and the Company He Keeps

Written by Hugh Fitzgerald

Bernie Sanders has let it be known that he won’t be attending the AIPAC meeting this year because of the “bigotry” displayed by that organization. In fact, he has never attended a meeting of AIPAC, has no real idea of what that organization does, cannot possibly have read their literature, if he thinks there is an ounce of “bigotry” in the works and days of that Samaritan group that has the audacity of hoping to correct misinformation and disinformation about the tiny Jewish state, a state that would like – what an outrageous demand!… Continue Reading

105th District Endorsement: David Paul Blumenshine

Written by Diane Benjamin

It doesn’t make sense to send the same representatives to Springfield over and over and over when Illinois is in a death spiral of debt. Pensions need reformed, we don’t need a “progressive” tax that will chase high income job creators out of the state.

We need fighters in Springfield, we don’t need representatives merely collecting a paycheck and compromising our values with liberal Democrats.

David Paul Blumenshine is the pro-life/pro-family conservative choice for the 105th State Representative District.… Continue Reading

Can Deception & Smooth Talk Hide This Huge Divide on The Sanctity of Life?

Written by Micah Clark

This is a tale of two candidates as far apart as night and day. Last week, President Donald J. Trump boldly spoke in defense of life to millions watching his State of the Union address. Using an example of a mother and daughter who were guests in the U.S. House chamber for his speech, the President said:

“Ellie reminds us that every child is a miracle of life. And thanks to modern medical wonders, 50 percent of very premature babies delivered at the hospital where Ellie was born now survive.

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Pete Buttigieg’s “Different Way” Is Not Biblical Christianity

Written by David Closson

[Last week], six candidates participated in the final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucus. Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, and Tom Steyer each made their pitch for why they should be their party’s nominee to take on President Donald Trump in the general election.

Buttigieg’s repeated emphasis of his religious background is unique for his party: Democrats have been reluctant to speak about their faith on the campaign trail.… Continue Reading

Latest Scandal Reminds Us Who Bernie Sanders Really Is

Written by Peter Heck

Despite the mainstream media blackout (did you really expect anything less from the Democrat Media Complex protecting one of its own?), the bomb dropped on the Bernie Sanders campaign by the conservative investigative journalist group Project Veritas is making its rounds. If you haven’t yet seen or heard:

A Bernie Sanders 2020 campaign field organizer was caught on hidden video making some astounding statements, including defending Stalin’s murderous Soviet gulags, equating Trump voters to Nazis that need to be “re-educated,” saying “cities will burn” if Trump wins re-election, and saying Milwaukee and other cities “will burn” if Sanders does not win the Democratic nomination.

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2020 Democrats Want Unsafe, Unregulated, Do-It-Yourself Abortions

Written by Patrina Mosley

In today’s Democratic Party, anything goes—from applauding parents who encourage their children to reject their God-given identity and mutilate their young bodies, to bizarrely championing “abortion rights for trans-females,” to now happily supporting the dangerous do-it-yourself abortion method known as the abortion pill.

When the New York Times surveyed the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, all of them (unsurprisingly) vowed to defend abortion. However, when asked if they were in favor of lifting the restrictions on abortion pills and making them available over-the-counter (OTC), many of the candidates were unwilling to take a public position.… Continue Reading

Should Politicians in the Wealthy West Promote Abortion in Poor Countries to Curtail Climate Change?

Written by Vijay Jayaraj

Some issues transcend partisan politics. This is one of them.

In a special debate on climate change hosted by CNN in September, United States presidential candidate U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) suggested using taxpayer money to fund abortion in poor countries. He believes doing so would help fight climate change.

In the debate, an audience member said, “Human population growth has more than doubled in the past 50 years. The planet cannot sustain this growth….… Continue Reading

Pastor and State Rep Candidate Models Holy Courage

Written by David E. Smith

God desires for His people to walk in righteousness and stand for truth, justice and the sanctity of life. His Word instructs us to be bold and courageous, to expose what is wicked, and to uphold what is right, honorable and praiseworthy.

Unfortunately, God’s people often fail to step up to the challenge in our hostile and dark culture. But those who answer God’s call and become bold truth tellers are worth highlighting, because it encourages us to emulate them.… Continue Reading

New Report: Republicans Can’t Win Without the Family

Written by Leo Thuman

Veritable droves of right-of-center commentators and would-be eminences are more than happy to sound off ad-nauseam about tax cuts and job creation. Those priorities are spoken about as if they are the only political issues that conservatives can win on. In 2018, before November’s midterm elections, a group of Republican insiders and strategists happily gloated that another round of tax cuts would leave Democrats completely stumped, flailing in confusion at their loss.… Continue Reading