Chairman, Conservative Partnership Institute (@CPInst) https://t.co/npt2OqHnJ2. Father of 4. Author: "Satan's Dare" - A novel
Nov 5, 2020 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Question: Why are networks continuing to put on the pollsters & political personalities that were proven to be either incompetent or lying for months leading up to the election, and now they keep booking these same people to explain the election or predict who will win the count?
Why not interview the new Republican lawkmakers who won and represent the people? The @freedomcaucus added nearly a dozen new diverse group of members, they will be a powerhouse in Congress and know more about what drove the election than any of these "experts".
Oct 16, 2020 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
For pro-life Americans, there is no more important U.S. House race in the country than Texas-21 between self-appointed “Abortion Queen” Wendy Davis and Pro-Life champion Cong. Chip Roy @chiproytx. thefederalist.com/2020/10/16/tex…#ProLife#StandUpForAmerica
In recent years, Davis’ Planned Parenthood has pushed for a New York state law to allow abortion up to the moment of birth, a radical position opposed by 80 percent of Americans.
Oct 14, 2020 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
Amy Coney Barrett nomination begs the question -- are Americans allowed to disagree with the left?
In recent years, the hard-left has morphed from a political movement trying to persuade citizens to a religious movement bent on hunting heretics
Pro-Life? You hate women. Religious traditionalist? Homophobe. Dislike illegal immigration? Racist. Support welfare reform? Racist, again, and you hate the poor.
Do you like the Senate or the Electoral College, or stand during the national anthem? Probably a white supremacist.
Apr 10, 2020 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
We cannot allow our rights to be so easily taken away. It’s one thing to offer guidelines, but this America. We don’t jail the faithful for practicing their faith. “...endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights...” thefederalist.com/2020/04/10/ind…
In MS, an officer says to church goers practicing safe social distancing, harming no one: “you’re rights are suspended”
Apr 2, 2020 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Our ability to take care of each other with food, clothing, housing, security, health care, and basic government services is dependent on the capacity of the private sector to produce the goods and services that support every aspect of our lives. thehill.com/opinion/white-…
We have lost sight of a hard fact that even the most extreme measures taken cannot completely eradicate the coronavirus or create a situation with zero risks. We have to balance the risks to our health with the risks of an economic meltdown.