Tired of the inconsistency from the once thick pool of candidates looking to replace Pat Toomey and defeat either Fetterman or Lamb in the midterm election this November
Previously, this blog made a case to support Joe Gale for PA Governor. Now, as we shift from state race to the US Senate race, it is no coincidence that his brother, Sean has his eye on the US Senate.
With Pennsylvania being one of the important battleground states in any given election, the stakes are very high. All that is needed is the right man for the job. Sean is the one.
Like his brother, Sean wasted little time calling out his opponents on their inconsistency while also being a consistent voice for life. He is not your statu quo candidate. He is confident to get things done on the federal level while holding bi-partisan accountable for lack of action on all levels.
Sean is the pro-life, pro-family, pro-liberty, and America first candidate needed at the federal level. He does have a tough hill to climb against the top contenders in Dr. Oz, Jeff Bartos, and Dave McCormick.
On May 17th, vote for Sean Gale for U.S. Senate and his brother Joe for Governor in the Republican primary.
With the primary race for PA Governor just a few mere weeks away, it is clear that there is one candidate who can cross off everything voters need to defeat Josh Shapiro and undo everything Tom Wolf has done… Joe Gale.
Against all odds, Joe Gale won a challenging and dirty race in 2015 to become Commissioner of Montgomery County after he learned of the establishment Republicans in the county had endorsed a board member of Planned Parenthood. He won by 1000 votes between him and the establishment candidate.
What sets him apart from establishment candidates like Jake Corman and Doug Mastriano is his events called “Cup of Joe”. He has held more than 1000 of these events since 2015. During these events, he connects with voters throughout Pennsylvania to discuss the issues pressing them.
In the summer of 2017, he became a voice for families of Berks County who wanted to remove Planned Parenthood and its agenda in the public school system. With his help and voice, the nine-member school board voted down Planned Parenthood by a narrow 5-4 vote.
With Joe Gale, we have a powerful voice that is needed to walk the walk and not just talk the talk. Joe Gale is the complete package that is needed for Pennsylvania.
He has even fought the recent mask mandates in his county that have been waning our school children. He brings a common-sense approach to politics.
With Joe Gale, he can restore common sense, undo the Tom Wolf and RINO legacy combined, and most importantly bring more common sense to Harrisburg and the entire keystone state.
I am endorsing Joe Gale for Governor. You should too. Let’s support more candidates like him that are more action than talk.
It was no contest when three republicans, one a former presidential candidate ten years ago, will support Biden’s controversial nominee to the high court. They and their Democrat colleagues sealed her fate.
Today, with a 53-47 vote, President Biden’s promise to the abortion lobby has been fulfilled. Even Joe Manchin, Senator of West Virginia, sided with his Democratic colleagues in support of the controversial nominee. Manchin recently put some of Biden’s plans in limbo, until today. Three Republicans, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Mitt Romney of Utah, crossed party lines to support Biden’s nominee.
Sadly, Brown-Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is a threat to the progress of the pro-life movement over the past five decades.
“She doesn’t hold a position that ‘all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights… Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.’ Judge Jackson says she has no position on whether you have a right to life.” said Senator Ted Cruz.
Even Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina took it a step further, “The historic nature of Judge Jackson’s nomination reinforces the progress our country has made. However, ideology must be the determining factor—not identity.”
Brown-Jackson also took heat during the hearings about how she let sex offenders and pedophiles receive a light sentence.
The PA Family Institute held a gubernatorial debate among Republican candidates. Seven of the candidates were in attendance at Cairn University in Langhorne. They were Lou Barletta, Joe Gale, Charlie Gerow, Melissa Hart, Bill McSwain, Dave White, and Dr. Nche Zama. Jake Corman and Doug Mastriano were invited, but they decline due to being afraid of facing one of the candidates head-on. Their loss. Let alone the fact that they are both sellouts after helping in the passing of Act 77. Pennsylvania needs a proven man or woman of character willing to stand up to woke ideology and the progressive mob while getting the job done.
Voters in Pennsylvania got to hear firsthand what the candidates can do to address many hot-button issues facing our commonwealth and country today. Here is a breakdown of each issue pertaining to life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness.
As Rich Zeoli made aware, the Supreme Court may potentially send Roe v Wade back to the states. Every candidate welcomes that idea and hopes it does happen. Here is a breakdown of what each candidate says about abortion.
White: protect men and women. Gift from God especially in 33-year-old son, Brian with special needs. Abortion should not happen at any time. Pass Brian law. Fight at every moment of life.
Zama: Suicide is No.1 among children in PA thanks to COVID. Decisive. Life begins at conception when sperm and egg meet. You can’t deny biology.
Gerow: More action. Unbelievable opportunity. Fetal heartbeat and Down syndrome would be law. Sanctity of life. Take specific actions
Barletta: voted to defund PP. called out UPItt for harvesting baby parts in its medical school. Veto anti-life bill.
McSwain: Protect life when the majority wins in all state offices.
Gale: moral obligation to protect the vulnerable. The issue must be sent back to the state. Murder stops in Harrisburg when elected. Push for a strong life agenda.
Hart: sponsored Safe Haven Law and Personhood on state and federal. Compassion to protect both mother and child.
In addition to the issue of abortion, many hot-button issues surface. One, in particular, was transgenderism.
Biological males in their own gender sports
Males will not share locker with females
Gale: men play men sports. Women play women sports. Let down by the establishment.
Zama: Sperm and egg meet no return. Gender is biology. Psychological issue. Speak against transgenderism. Where are the Christians standing up to woke ideology?
Hart: only candidate to play women’s sports. she will protect women.
Gerow: Human aspect. Women are under assault. Total nonsense from woke culture. Women must be protected.
Barletta: Why should we talk about the trans issue? The world upside down since Roe v Wade. Protect women.
McSwain: It’s about protecting women and girls. 50th anniversary of Title IX. Enforce high ideals.
White: Protect women.
A notable quote from Dr. Zama: “You are still the same person you were born no matter how much you can your original biological makeup”
Religious Liberty was another issue that was brought to the debate floor. Each candidate slammed Josh Shapiro on attacking the Little Sisters of the Poor even his war with the Catholic Church. Here are some lines from the candidates.
Zama: It must be protected. Focus on greater agenda
Hart: Called out Shapiro for suing Little Sisters of the Poor. Why immigrants came to the United States, a haven for freedom. Foundation
Gerow: Founded by Penn in the commonwealth. Grills Shapiro on attacking religious groups. One Nation Under God to be free.
Barletta: Protect religious liberty.
McSwain: Vetoes bills attacking religious groups. Freedom of Religion not freedom from religion
White: Religion is under attack. Will push back once elected.
Gale: Faith-based nation. Do everything to protect this freedom. Religious exemption. Proud Catholic and will protect all faiths. Shapiro is anti-Catholic, will stand up to Shapiro.
Overall, each candidate seem promising and we enjoyed listening to what they can bring to the commonwealth when elected. Pennsylvanians, it is time to look at this race like it depends on everything.
The nations today received word that Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader from Nevada, lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at the age of 82. He came to the political spotlight in the 1970s. Eventually, he would be nominated for the U.S. Senate in 1987 and served there for 30 years until his retirement. He served from 2007 to 2015 as the majority leader.
Unfortunately, he compromised his pro-life beliefs during his span of 3 decades in Congress. Despite supporting the overturn of Roe v Wade, he chickened on the 2015 Late-Term Abortion Ban. In addition to flip-flopping on his views on abortion, he was instrumental in passing Obama’s controversial Affordable Care Act.
May God have mercy on his soul on the millions of Americans he allowed to be murdered through his apathey
The abortion industry has gone to court to try to establish a so-called right to abortion and taxpayer funding of abortion under the PA Constitution. The case is now before the PA Supreme Court. If the abortion industry wins the case, all of our pro-life laws could be wiped out. That would mean taxpayer funding of abortion, no ban on late-term abortion, no parental consent for abortion, no 24-hour waiting period for abortion, no inspection and regulation of abortion facilities. Tragically, it could mean abortions up to the moment of birth in Pennsylvania.
In order to stop this disastrous scenario from occurring, we need a Constitutional Amendment to keep abortion out of the PA Constitution.
Please share this alert with your pro-life friends, family members, and all appropriate lists.
For nearly half a century, Senator Leahy, a staunch Catholic In Name Only, has had a high score rating from NARAL. He has time and time again supported abortion expansion, attacked pro-life nominations to the Supreme Court (the most recent was Amy Coney Barrett last year).
We are recapping the results of the 2021 civic, gubernatorial, and even state elections. For results of the PA Supreme race, see this article for more information.
The motto of the state of Virginia reads, “Sic Semper Tyrannis” meaning “Thus ever unto tyrants”. For the longest time, tyrants have run Virginia, home to eight Presidents of the United States. From McAuliffe to Northam and even senate races that have had no contest let alone the ten-point win by President Joe Biden last year proved that tyranny must stop.
Many analysts and even Vice President Kamal Harris predicted in her own words that this election would, “determine what could happen in 2022, 2024, and so on”. Well, election night 2021 proved that the tyrannical actions of the Biden Administration had to be put to a halt. Glenn Youngkin, despite being behind in many early polls, came out triumphant to replace Ralph Northam by defeating former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe.
Not only was abortion a pivotal issue of the race but also what Terry McAullife said on the trail about entrusting children to the state when it comes to education while pushing critical race theory and parents were not allowed to have a say. The parents have spoken. Life has triumphed over death. It was a miracle. A pro-life majority will also have possession of Virginia house by one seat. On top of it, the race shows that every voice matters when it comes to our three inalienable rights given to us by God.
As we look ahead to 2022, let us remember those God-given rights when he put forth strong men and women of character and morals, no matter what party we affiliate with.
We have just begun. Let us carry this with us in the midterm election year let alone your own state’s races.
“Remember vote for life. It may be your own.” Mother Angelica
Please see message from Ted Meehan below with information on yesterday’s election in Pennsylvania. While the results are not yet official, it looks like all the pro-life judges won. Thanks to all who worked so hard to get them elected, and to everyone who voted.
God bless each one who worked so hard to elect our Pro-Life Judicial candidates in Pennsylvania! It appears that we won all four contests. Kevin Brobson for Supreme Court. Megan Sullivan for Superior Court. Stacy Wallace for Commonwealth Court. Drew Crompton for Commonwealth Court. (Crompton leads the next highest candidate by a little over 1,000 votes. Keep praying that he prevails.)
Special thanks to all who distributed nearly 20,000 voter guides in Delaware County, AND to all who made phone calls – 20,000 in the final 3 weeks! And who raised money – or donated, or did many other tasks that are so critical to success.
Democracy can never be a spectator sport. As Thomas Paine warned us, many years ago, victory is not won by Summer Soldiers and Sunshine Patriots. It goes to those who dig down when it would be easier to surrender! We always get the leaders we deserve.
One of the revelations that struck me, during this campaign, is that it seems that Republicans of today run on the same issues that they have always embraced: Limited Government, Lower Taxes, Sanctity of Life, peace through Strength, Strong Families, Religious Liberty, Educational opportunity for all, and traditional values. While our modern Democrat adversaries run on pronouns, global warming, defunding police, critical race theory, and muzzling speech. Nearly all of their issues change every year! Except they will ALWAYS call us “racists” and “fascists”. (Among some less polite names.)
Their new controversial ‘ideas’ are divisive and destructive. It seems that we often have to prevail against a headwind of rule changes – and even some rule violations! But it is Our traditional values that unite and shape us as Americans and we are strong enough to persevere and prosper – as long as we sacrifice our time and treasure to preserve the great gifts of Life and Liberty – under God.