This video summary from Focus Action gives a taste of just a few of the fantastic speakers at the event. Clips include Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN), Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Esther Fleece of Focus on the Family, Jim Daily the President of Focus on the Family, Phyllis Schlafly, the presidential straw poll results and more.
The best of the best from Dakota Voice last week, including: America’s Institutions of Higher Learning: The Idiot Factor; The Source of the Children’s Obama Worship Song Video; Letter Calls on ‘Islam On Capitol Hill’ to Denounce Acts of Terrorism; Values Voter Summit: Mitt Romney; Limbaugh on Leno, Running Down Gore in a Green Car; Does God Expect Me to Stay Married to a Jerk?; A Visit to the Washington Monument; and more!
Photos from my recent tours and adventures in Washington D.C., including inside the U.S. Capitol, inside the Supreme Court, the National Archives and more.
After the Values Voter Summit concluded Sunday morning with a worship service and sermon by FRC President Tony Perkins, Pastor Dale Bartscher from the South Dakota Family Policy Council and I went to visit the Washington Monument and go as high up in it as you can get (800 ft up the 855 ft of it).
Some photos of Washington D.C. at night, including the Capitol, the U.S. Supreme Court building, the Washington Monument, the Capitol Reflecting Pool, the north and south sides of the White House.
An “uncut” photo slideshow from Day One of the FRC Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C., September 18, 2009.
Dr. Ergun Caner, President of the Liberty Theological Seminary, was born and raised the son of a Muslim leader in Turkey, he came to the United States and and eventually became a Christian. Caner said he was the oldest of three sons, and his family came to America to build mosques. He said they did […]
Texas Governor Rick Perry was the first of the Saturday afternoon speakers at the Values Voter Summit today. Perry said the party in charge of Washington right now is proving what many of us have long known about their extreme liberal agenda. He said that contrary to how liberals are trying to paint us as […]
Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and 2008 Republican presidential candidate, was the last speaker of the morning session of the Values Voter Summit. Romney opened by speaking of President Barack Obama and said you never would have thought of Jimmy Carter and the “good ole days” in the same frame of mind. Said Romney, “We […]
Author and radio host Bill Bennett said there have been some interesting developments over the past year: in January they (meaning liberals) had us surrounded, but now we have them on the run. Bennett is a former Secretary of Education and wrote the “America: The Last Best Hope” history series. I have been a student […]
Lila Rose of LiveAction has done several undercover operations, visiting Planned Planned Parenthood clinics to video their illegal actions and attempts to subvert the youth of America. She said that Planned Parenthood got to know her and posted a picture of her and her dark hair. So she dyed her hair platinum blond and continued […]
House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) said his Democratic colleagues in congress are bankrupting the country. He said the massive deficit spending we’re doing just can’t be sustained. Boehner talked about the cap and trade global warming tax. He said the plan sets up a large bureaucracy and taxes everything connected with energy. Boehner […]
Author Joel Rosenberg spoke tonight at the Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. Rosenberg is the author of several best-selling fiction novels about intrigue in the Middle East (I’ve read all but the last one) and several non-fiction books about the Middle East. Rush Limbaugh highly recommends Rosenberg’s works, and his first […]
By now you may have heard that there was some excitement this afternoon at the FRC Values Voter Summit–some unplanned excitement, that is. The first bit occurred during the speech by Rep. Roy Blunt (R-MO), if I remember correctly. Many of us began to overhear some rather loud talking at the back of the room […]
Star Parker, one of my favorite writers and one of the most dynamic speakers at the Values Voter Summit, spoke this afternoon. Star said she got some hope for the conservative movement last year when Sarah Palin was chosen as the Republican vice presidential pick, but her heart sank after the election and she spent […]
This is a video clip from this morning’s town hall health care forum at the Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. In it, Rep. Michelle Bachman (R-SD) talks about what can be done to truly reform health care. Instead of massive government expenditures, huge taxes, loss of freedom and attacks on our Constitution, there are […]
Carrie Prejean was introduced by Maggie Gallagher, President of the National Organization for Marriage. Gallagher said that it is difficult for Prejean to watch the video of herself being asked the question about marriage at the Miss USA pageant. It was a time when she had high hopes to win the contest, but knowing how […]
Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), the U.S. House Republican Whip, spoke at the Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. Cantor said many Americans are waking up to realize that they don’t seem to live in the America we knew anymore. He said our nation was built on the idea of the sanctity of life, but the […]
In the recent and great tradition going on around the country lately, the Values Voter Summit held a town hall meeting on health care. A panel including Congresswoman Michelle Bachman (R-MN), Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), Congressman Tom Price (R-GA) and more was set up to speak on the subject, and microphones were placed around the […]
Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN) was the first speaker at the FRC Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. this morning. Pence said that the most important moment in his life came when he gave his life to Jesus Christ. Pence said the American people have made it clear they don’t want a government health care plan […]
The morning opened with the posting of the colors and the pledge of allegiance. Then Family Research Council President Tony Perkins came up to welcome those attending and open the event. Perkins said that in these uncertain days for our country, the “values voter” was ready to rise to the challenge. ‘ His statement was […]
The Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. is about to get under way. We had a great flight in yesterday, even though it was cloudy and rainy in D.C. and got settled in last night. Pastor Dale Bartscher of the South Dakota Family Policy Council and I went to some of the […]