Posted: October 28, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in 2014 elections, ben carson, bill cassidy, louisiana, mary landrieu
For the ones that continually castigate Bill Cassidy for not being “Tea-Party enough”, please explain to me why one of the strongest liberty advocates is coming to Louisiana to help out? Do what’s best for Louisiana at this point in history and vote for Cassidy.
Carson joins the list of several nationally prominent political figures making campaign stops in Louisiana as candidates make their final pushes before Election Day on Nov. 4.
Former Republican presidential nominee and U.S. Sen. John McCain has also recently visited the state to campaign for Cassidy.
via Ben Carson to campaign for Bill Cassidy at Tea Party rally Saturday | NOLA.com.
Posted: October 27, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in ronald reagan
So it’s worth cutting through the fog of time and politics to look at the ideas Mr. Reagan espoused in his 1964 national debut, not simply because they’re interesting, but because they are so timeless, he could speak them today without an alteration.
Mr. Reagan could have been eulogizing Jim Foley when he said, “There can be no real peace while one American is dying someplace in the world for the rest of us.”
via ‘A Time For Choosing’: Ronald Reagan’s Five Decades In America [VIDEO] | The Daily Caller.
Posted: October 24, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in Uncategorized
Tags: 2014 elections, voting
With the impending midterms just days away, it is more important than ever to ensure fair and fraudulent free elections. Below is a link to a voter guide from The Heritage Foundation that explains voter fraud and ensuring election integrity. I ask you to share this information with your family and friends in the coming days to ensure that every vote counts.
Heritage Foundation – Voter Integrity
Posted: October 22, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in billy nungesser, louisiana
Something to remember when Billy Nungesser comes to you claiming to be a conservative choice next year for Louisiana Lt. Governor. Here is a push card with his endorsement of Cedric Richmond in the November race for US Congress.
Posted: October 22, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in islam, islamic terrorism, muslim
REYHANLI, Turkey — The cost of turning against the Islamic State was made brutally apparent in the streets of a dusty backwater town in eastern Syria in early August. Over a three-day period, vengeful fighters shelled, beheaded, crucified and shot hundreds of members of the Shaitat tribe after they dared to rise up against the extremists.
By the time the killing stopped, 700 people were dead, activists and survivors say, making this the bloodiest single atrocity committed by the Islamic State in Syria since it declared its existence 18 months ago.
via Answering Muslims: Western Leaders Silent as ISIS Jihadists Shoot, Behead, and Crucify 700 Syrians.
Posted: October 17, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in 2014 elections, louisiana, mary landrieu, rob maness
Chris McDaniel is endorsing and helping Rob Maness in his bid for Louisiana U.S. Senate.
Republican Maness faces incumbent Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy in a race that is expected to go to a runoff, with Maness polling behind the other two.
The tea party backed Maness campaign in its announcement called McDaniel “the top vote getter in the Mississippi U.S. Senate primary race.”
McDaniel lost the Mississippi GOP primary to incumbent Sen. Thad Cochran, but is challenging the loss in court.
via McDaniel helping Maness in Louisiana race.
Posted: October 17, 2014 by Christopher J. Gary in 2014 elections, bill cassidy, louisiana, senate