Conservative Christian Movement Podcast Episode 006 Join or Die
Today I’ll give details on Saul Alinsky’s fifth rule for Radicals. I’ll talk about how the US Constitution came to be and how it almost didn’t. I’ll finish with the latest liberal Rant. I also want to touch on hot button issues and why YOU should pay attention to the news and Opposition Editorials.
You are listening to the Conservative Christian Movement Podcast, Episode 005 Titled “The Meat Grinder of Politics.” This episode was Recorded February 17, 2018. Show Notes can be found at CCMPodcast.com or Facebook.com/CCMPodcast. Today I’ll give details on Saul Alinsky’s fourth rule for Radicals. I’ll talk about how ideas go through the meat grinder and may come out a law. I’ll finish with the latest liberal Rant.
Let’s jump right into it…
The verse of the day: Matthew 22:21—
They say unto him, Caesar’s. Then saith he unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s.
Clearly in Biblical terms Government has a place among men (and women). We are expected to do our part to pay the cost of governing. There comes a time, however when the government taking of what is ours becomes excessive, spending exceeds what is necessary and exceeds the funds collected. The US Government has been a burden for some time now.
As I record this episode, it is the weekend of President’s Day. As the men, and someday perhaps women occupy the highest office in the land, it is important to remember one thing about this day every year. It is still President George Washington’s birthday. Let us not forget the man who became the first president, the man who delivered us a victory over British tyranny and helped us to become the nation we have become.
Making this political, there is no law which has even been passed by congress making this holiday anything but Washington’s birthday, yet the holiday is mis-named on calendars and even inside our government. Perhaps a law can be passed or better yet, an executive order making it known as George Washington’s Birthday “officially.”
Let’s jump right into it with the Fourth Rule for Radicals—
Over the past three weeks I have been presenting Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals. The first rule of making your enemy think you have more strength than you really do, and the second and third, remaining inside your skill zone while moving your opponent out of theirs. This week’s rule makes it more important than ever you live by principles and stick to them.
* The fourth rule is: Make the enemy live up to their own book of rules. You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.
Have you ever witnessed an example of hypocrisy? One way to lose face with anyone is to say one thing and do another. The principle of do as I say, not as I do rarely brings favor to anyone. This is the basis of Alinsky’s fourth rule for radicals. I’ll go out on a limb here and state what is obvious to me— maybe you as well. Most politicians crumble when faced with a choice to follow their principles or risk re-election. A group who want action contrary to Biblical principles can use the fourth rule against a weak politician, or one that buckles under pressure.
More than one law has begun based on a phone call from a voter, someone like you— a person with a concern for how something is happening or not happening. Our Declaration of Independence states clearly, We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. Isn’t it interesting how Blacks and Women continued to be treated differently for many years after we became a free nation? Why would that be? Certainly some people, lawmakers didn’t seem to read those words or take them to heart. It took a grass roots movement to bring about real change. Strong leaders within the government passed the laws and the president signed them. That is why YOU are important.
What we see today is gridlock in what makes lawmaking, just as it was back in the day, even worse. Two major parties exist. Both separated by ever increasing differences in philosophy, both hanging on, trying to save power. Most of those serving in Congress forget the foundation of our nation and the religious influence that was part of our young beginning. George Washington warned us not to lose track of morality and religion. Keep in mind there is a difference between making decisions with a moral compass based on religion and a theocracy. One yields freedom, the other steals it.
Our modern day sausage mill called government consists of several pieces. The point man is the president serving in the executive branch. A bicameral congress (The House of Representatives and the Senate) serving as legislative branch. And the Supreme Court as the Judicial Branch. Each serves a purpose to balance the powers of the others in theory.
The gridlock I spoke of rears its ugly head in so many ways. The president, regardless of the party is almost always embroiled in a bottle of wits at every turn, either because the majority party doesn’t like him or because he is just wrong. President Trump is stuck in the Russia problem not because there has been one shred of evidence against him, but because Democrats (or liberals) want to keep him off balance (recall the rules for radicals?) They will not give up on Russia ties because it keeps the Republican side of the government on the defensive and off balance.
Then the two party system is embodied in what seems to be a three tiered systems. Liberal Republicans, Liberal Democrats and Conservative Republicans. I’ll talk about the conservatives in another episode, but you can identify these people by who is criticizing them. If a Republican is tearing down a Republican, you can bet its a liberal-conservative fight. All this infighting is causing the gridlock. Can you guess what is going on in May and November this year? !00% of the house of representatives will be re-elected or thrown out this year. Yes, this alone is the basis for all that is happening politically for the next thee to nine months. Both parties want a majority in both the House and Senate. I believe the Democrats want it more. You’ll see the rules for radicals employed more and more as television ads are starting to play in April. They’ll be dirty ads you can be sure. Each year it seems record spending occurs. He with the most money to blow wins in many cases.
Laws are made in the legislative branch. The process can be simple, but can also be messy. Jimmy Stewart starred in a movie called “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.” The movie set in 1939 shows a young scout master, picked to replace a recently deceased Senator. The plot shows what is ugly in politics, the lies, cheating, and power brokering which clearly occurs. I highly recommend you check it out. Laws are initiated mostly in the House of Representatives, agreed to by the Senate and signed by the president. When one bill is passed and the other chamber passes the same bill with differences, a conference works to align the two bills into one agreeable to both. At that point it goes to the president. He can sign it or veto it. Vetoed bills can be voted on again to override the veto. Remember “I’m just a bill”, the Saturday morning cartoon? They never thought about the politics we see today when that cartoon was created.
Incidentally, Obamacare was a bill passed by both chambers in different forms. What did not occur was the reconciliation process to make the bill one form agreeable to both chambers. The House of Representatives did not vote on the new version and simply “Deemed it Passed.” Technically not legal, but if no-one really objects, then no harm-no fowl.
Enter the judicial branch. The Judiciary, which includes the Supreme Court and all its subsidiary courts and the Justice Department, jumps into the political mix. Ultimately the supreme court is charged with upholding the US Constitution as are all branches of government. What has been happening these days is legislating from the bench and judge shopping by political foes. Any court case requires legal standing in order to be heard. That means you have been “injured” legally speaking. If you as a citizen want to get a law or executive order shut down by a court, just find a judge who is against it and a reason someone in his jurisdiction is harmed. They’ll stay the law or the order. it’s that simple even if wrong.
If you didn’t follow this mess, it comes as no surprise why. It really is akin to putting a bunch of ingredients into a blender and making sausage. If you watch the news for five minutes, you can see why government is ineffective. I’ll talk in future why the government is ineffective and needs to be limited in scope.
Crazy Liberals of the Week…
This has been a terrible week in our nation with the horrific shooting in a Florida high school. There have been so many of these events in the past and it’s very distressful to so many and countless people. It also serves as a launchpad for liberal rhetoric about guns.
All I will say about that is this; if you think another law to control guns will control guns and crazy people who use them to kill others, you’re crazy and clueless. With each senseless event the words “meaningful gun legislation” are spoken. We have enough gun laws. After all, killing someone is generally not a legal action, especially when pre-meditated. You could round up every AR-15 you can find, threaten to behead anyone caught with one, and flatly ban outright possession of a firearm and you will not impact violence in any way. Maybe it won’t happen at gun point, maybe it will.
Our nation turned for the worse a generation ago when my parents and likely yours decided to sit idly by and watch God be taken out of our schools, evicted from our homes, and be mocked in public by those who would rather continue living the 70s flower child movement or the hate the soldier movement after the Vietnam conflict.
No, this week is not about a specific person who stood up in the light of prominence. It’s more about the mentality that says the government is the only institution that can solve your problem for you. When you prepare to vote in a primary or general election, take one thought with you. Does a candidate think you are best suited to decide your life or do they thin the government is? Had the government not taken God our of our lives, perhaps we would not be facing the gravity of psychotic event generally caused by hatred, hopelessness and psychosis which I consider a symptom of liberalism itself.
Special request from me to you!
I know sitting in my studio I am speaking to YOU! Each week I remain prayerful, asking that not one word I speak fall to the ground, be untruthful or be hurtful. Knowing you are out there listening is important to me. This was my fifth episode and I’ve had valuable feedback which I take to heart. If you need something different, I’m all ears. My goal is to help you be active in politics and to vote.
Join the discussion at CCMPodcast.com. I look forward to your comments.
Coming in the next episode, I’ll cover Alinsky’s fifth rule for radicals. I’ll provide an overview of how the Constitution came to be and how it almost wasn’t to be. As always, I’ll find more examples of liberal melt down.
Until next time, be blessed.
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Show notes for episode 003 of The Conservative Christian Movement Podcast
Today on the podcast, as promised I’ll cover Rule # 2 of Saul Alinsky’s rules for radicals. I’ll talk a little bit about journalism and hit up the craziness that is liberalism with the meltdown over President Trump’s State of the Union address.
Let’s jump right in…
The Second Rule
The second rule is: Never go outside the experience of your people. When an action is outside the experience of the people, the result is confusion, fear, and retreat.
Would you act as your own surgeon? Would you take the transmission out of your car, strip it and try to put it back together? Well, someone might, but the vast majority of us do not have that skill or courage. The Rules for Radicals exist for the sole purpose to push the left agenda forward. Fighting a battle with untrained, inexperienced soldiers never works. One can get caught behind the 8-ball– outmatched if this were the case.
As I mentioned some time ago, the Rules for Radicals were based on some fact but mostly on presumption of strength on the part of the adversary. The second rule specifically details how best to win a battle, by having the tools to fight.
If you were to negotiate the purchase of a car, having data in your mind about what it is really worth, what work has been completed on it, how it has been damaged, etc. puts you more equal to the salesman. The dealership is not necessarily concerned with you getting a good deal. It is more about making the most margin on the sale of the car. Again, through the use of presumption. The more facts you present, the weaker the dealer’s position becomes.
In our Christian walk, where politics are concerned, this can be applied by understanding what is being told to you, understanding history, agendas at play and the reputation of those telling you what you are hearing. The more you know, the less likely you will be taken advantage of. Your strength in all situation is the knowledge you are able to use at any given point.
How about fake news?
No matter who you watch for news, there is an agenda at play. This is true not only of CNN or MSNBC, it’s true of Fox News as well. Though the news sounds much different. You would think President Trump is a heartless psychopath, plain crazy or he is the Anti-Christ if you only listen to the mainstream media.
Journalism is defined as:
The activity or profession of writing for newspapers, magazines, or news websites or preparing news to be broadcast.
Liar is defined as:
A person who tells lies.
The problem we as a nation, and the world really is the advent of the 24-hour news cycle. There just isn’t that much news going on in the world. This creates the need to fill 24 hours of broadcasting with what used to be detailed in 30 minute news casts. What will we do over the remaining 23.5 hours? The so-called journalist fill the time with opinions, talk about the news, interview “experts”, of course selecting guests which agree with whoever is in charge of the network.
If networks would state the facts and forgo opinions, we would be so much better off. When I say fact, what exactly do I mean?
Going back to the dictionary again,
A thing that is indisputably the case.
You get this by hearing unedited audio, uncut video, memos and attributed statements. Generally when it comes from the horse’s mouth, it is most likely attributed to that person. Is it opinion or news? When it comes from a news-maker, (i.e. a Congressman, Senator, Governor, President, Councilman, Trustee, Fireman, Policeman, etc.) it’s generally attributed as news, until it becomes about someone else. Back to the trusty online dictionary.
Information received from other people that one cannot adequately substantiate; rumor.
To be a good consumer of news, you MUST become proficient at determining if you are hearing Facts or Hearsay. This is generally as easy as answering two questions.
Is this person directly involved in the subject of the report?
Is this person stating fact of their own knowledge or opinion of someone else with knowledge?
Good journalism comes from the former, not the latter.
You must also consider the source. Let’s take for instance, reporting on President Trump. Love him or hate him, he is never 100 percent wrong. If your news source can never say anything good about him, it is not a viable news outlet. Granted, I am not a journalist. I do not play one on TV. I am simply a concerned individual who sees what is happening daily and decided to talk about it. Only you can decide how best to be informed.
What did Ben Franklin think about journalism?
He strongly believed a few things.
1. A free press is necessary to protect society from its government and ultimately Constitutional freedoms.
2. Press should be free to make a profit for its work.
3. The press should not refrain from printing something of need simply to prevent offending someone.
Thomas Jefferson also had an opinion on a free Press. “Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.”
He would rather have a free press to criticize government rather than a government unchecked.
NPR, of which I find much too left leaning seems to have a very good definition on honesty in journalism.
Journalists who conduct themselves honestly prove themselves worthy of trust. In the course of our work, we are genuine and candid. We attribute information we receive from others, making perfectly clear to our audience what information comes from which source. We avoid hyperbole and sensational conjecture. We may sometimes construct hypotheticals to help explain issues and events, but we reveal any fabrication, and do not otherwise mix fiction with our news reporting. We edit and present information honestly, without deception, and we identify ourselves as NPR journalists when we report. Only in the rarest of instances – such as when public safety is at issue, or when lives are at stake – might we disguise our identity or intent when reporting. Before we take such a step, we engage in rigorous deliberation and consider all alternatives. Then, when we tell the story, we fully disclose what we did and why.
Your part in this process is simple. Understand there are agendas in the world, incompatible with your own. Know what constitutes honest reporting so well you get goosebumps when less than genuine reporting occurs. Cycle through news sources to find the one that give you more facts than hearsay. There is also a very fine line between full transparency, outright lies and omission of key details to sculpt the news consumer’s opinion.
Dishonesty is prevalent in some news, but journalists do not have a lock on it. One needs to look no further than the State of the Union address to see blaring examples of dishonesty inside a political party
The speech by President Trump, I thought was filled with hopeful messages, verification of positive trends and generally good news for individual Americans.
1. The State of the Union is Strong
2. Creating 2.4 Million Jobs
3. Stating we proudly stand for the national anthem
4. Americans are dreamers too
5. Close the border loopholes
6. Extending a hand to work with both parties
7. Reminder the Congress has a duty to defend the constitution and work for Americans
8. Keep open Guantanimo Bay Cuba
9. Honored Otto Warmbier’s memory
10. Honored families of two slain daughters at the hands of MS-13
There were many more items listed in his 1 hour and 20 minute speech. To see the Democratic party simply sitting on their hands for all these accomplishments is a travesty. One Democratic member, Luis Guttierez (D, IL) walked out during the speech as GOP chanted U-S-A. Maybe his claim of “going to prep for an interview”, but I found now report of such interview. According to Time Magazine,11 other Democrats Boycotted the speech altogether joining with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, also skipping the event.
The one additional item which has to be detailed is the lowest Unemployment Rate among African Americans ever recorded. This is widely reported as true, yet the Congressional Black Caucus members would not accept the fact. They would rather ignore it than to remotely credit President Trump for doing anything positive for their own people.
This is why every Christian should vote– to understand who these people are (and they are not just Democrats). They must identify these politicians who chose politics over accomplishment and work to legally replace them with Bible-Believing men and women, without respect to the color of their skin, wealth or background.
As for the specific crazy liberal of the week is concerned:
Take Nancy Pelosi, current House Minority Leader from San Francisco. I received an email from her after the State of the Union address. In it she made one statement. “What I hear Trump say last night is still ringing in my ears”. She claims his policies are divisive and leaves millions in the dust. Not one word about anything that is positive in his speech.
I’m really unclear how anyone can support her or anyone who plays politics as she does. It goes far beyond what I believe is a chess match to both support Americans AND build your party. Clearly party is the main objective.
By the way, the election is over. President Trump won. Get back to work for us, the people who are actually here legally. When Obama won last time, it was not a happy event, but we conservatives did not simply boycott everything. We moved on and waited for the next election, and the next.
Your Assignment for this week.
I would ask you to define your hot button issue and tell me what it is and why.
Next on the CCM Podcast:
Well my friends, that will wrap up episode three of the Conservative Christian Movement Podcast.
Next week I’ll take you through the analysis of Alinsky’s Third rule. I’ll dig into what in the world is up with California and it’s politics. Then I’ll wrap it up with the next crazy liberal story to share.
Join me next week as we learn together how to influence our nation for the better.
Have a topic you would like to know about, hit me up at https://ccmpodcast.com/contact/. I’d love to hear from you.
Until next time, BE BLESSED!
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Conservative Christian Movement Podcast Episode 001 Let Us Change the World
Welcome. Here I motivate the Christian community to action. Join me today for a look at what I believe is the source of all the fake news, bitterness and contempt for conservatism today. We will learn why people think their vote doesn’t count and I’ll give you a brief background on how this show came to be. Join me on this, the inaugural episode of the Conservative Christian Movement Podcast.
Verse of the Day:
2 Chronicles 7:14: If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.
This simply means people of faith, don’t be prideful. Ask God to help people, especially those leaders in government to be faithful to the past, ask forgiveness and guidance and He will heal our land.
Saul D. Alinsky:
You don’t have to look very hard to see protests, As I record this on January 20, 2018 Women across the nation are protesting for women’s reproductive rights. Additionally, what I will call fake news and a general disdain for our president runs rampant. This hatred is placed upon anyone perceived to represent conservatism, the Constitution and yes, Christianity. This is by design as I will show.
The first lesson for Christians involves how those against conservative Christian think about Tactics. Saul D. Alinsky remains widely credited as the father of community organizing. Educated at the University of Chicago, he is the author of several books pertaining to radical acts which build his kind of world through coalition building and hardball campaigns for many issues, not just one.
His premise was three-fold
On the surface his premise is sound, however coupling them with his 13 rules, a Christian minded person might think differently– a slightly inverse set of rules. His rules are as follows.
In coming episodes I will analyze each of the thirteen rules and formulate a conservative corollary. For now I will focus on Alinsky’s assumptions.
Sadly, in American politics, there is but a small subset of politicians, specifically at the national level who seek something other than long-lasting power. This is true of both Republicans and Democrats. To a lesser extent, at least what I know about the it, the Libertarian Party seeks freedom from government over reach, seeks to be an island in the world, yet lacks social or biblical values. Yes, the social conservative caucus in both the House of Representatives and the Senate are small and lack power. Of course both parties outside this small circle seek to belittle and shame conservative members at every turn.
What we see in Washington DC and at the state level is legislating to increase the voter base in an effort to retain power. This is an example of the first assumption.TheOf interest to me, of his three assumptions is this– in general inner city politics are as far from conservative values as possible. Sadly, power soaks people in darkness. Consolidating power in down trodden areas keeps people beholden to their government, far from free. Conservative values are the basis of our Constitution which was written to conform to Christian principles, whether you agree or not. Granted the verbiage is not Bible-centric, yet nothing in the original language contradicted any principle held dear to Christians at the time. The Bible has not changed, only American culture has, therein lies the plight of Conservative Christians and the Alinsky movement.
It does not take money to build long-lasting power. It takes a strong, well communicated message and a thought of benefit to all. Any time money and politics join together, surely evil will follow. Money simply buys power while true power is given to those who earn the respect of the electorate.
As for viable organization. Today we see many organization in the political and religious realm. It is true one needs not be “charismatic” in order to produce change. It certainly helps, however. Today we have a president from New York, a vice president from Indiana, a speaker of the house from Wisconsin and a Senate Majority Leader from Kentucky. Our system is not built around what Alinsky refers to as “Native” leaders. More to the point, leaders with a resonating message are selected. Often times however the message is less than respectful, more often than not delivered by Liberal minded candidates as we saw in the Alabama special election for Senator in late 2017. It was ugly and we may never know the whole truth in that situation. It smelled pretty bad though.
Consider the basis for the thirteen rules. A true conservative will see some truth in the thought processes, but flawed actions have left cities in shambles, broken and destitute. In spite of his writings in 1971 and beyond, the thirteen rules for radicals often leave a trail of destruction in American cities.
Does your single vote count?
I hear so many people make a blanket statement, considering their vote a waste of time. What I find is people have the wrong attitude about voting and elections. Take for instance, if you were to live by yourself in your home or apartment, your vote would be ultimately powerful. This of course limited by your own ability to fund your choices, the law, etc, wink wink. Get married and your vote could possibly be split between two opposing sides of an argument. Add children to the mix, the vote generally remains the same, however the forces pushing the decisions one way or the other multiply.
My thinking about politics in general is similar to playing chess. Each move is strategic, much like Alinsky’s rules. The way I move through the process. Keep score along the way. Did your candidate of choice win? If not, why? Look at voting records to see if your actions moved the needle versus other areas. There are many ways to impact elections. There are also ways to measure your effectiveness. You can’t win ever chess match, or every election. However, What if I (or you) understood the process, the dynamics and the players well enough to cut through the noise? Could you change the hearts and minds of others? I think so… If so, you may well see your influence grow along with your effectiveness.
If you spend time learning about politics, politicians and policies, you can explain what you know to others. Then all of a sudden, you might take your one vote and parlay it into additional votes of your spouse, your neighbors, your community, etc. Now is your vote wasted? Does it count? You betcha… What if you were to take it one step further and start a blog, record videos for Youtube, start a podcast or even run for office? These options give you more ability to reach others, influence their opinions and multiply your own vote.
Why this podcast?
Today on the Conservative Christian Movement Podcast, I’ll give a brief background on the purpose, scope and goals of this podcast. I’ll talk about how the United States became a Christian Nation and the philosophical differences which fight to change our History. It’s been a long road getting to this point but it will be a long journey of learning for the future.
I am Jeff Stipe, your host. Join me on this walk as I present to you the knowledge and tools which help you be an educated, active and principled voter; one that changes the world for the good.
This is a Christian Based podcast first and foremost. That is not to say it is a Bible Thumping show. Rather I will use this show to present the compatibility of the Bible and the US Constitution. From the time the Pilgrims sailed on the Mayflower through today, Biblical values have served as the basis for our laws in one form or another. The very foundation of our nation is at a minimum based on a search for freedom to practice religion and a freedom from the government proscribed Church of England. Yes, it may be a lightning rod topical show, BUT the importance is of great concern to Christian Americans.
Now for some background into how this show came to be. Conservative Christian Movement was at one time an organization within churches with the goal of sharing the Christian Nation Heritage which had been held so dear, but fading. Christians across the globe are more likely than ever to suffer persecution for their belief. What had been called the Seven Mountain Strategy by so many pastors served as the basis for turning back to Christian principles. This strategy involved placing believing citizens into positions of influence, such as Religion, Family, Education, Government, Media, Arts & Entertainment and Business.
What we know is for some forty years, non-believers have occupied these positions with the express purpose of limiting religious influence (Call it a dumbing down of faith). One needs only to pay attention to see how all the seven mountains have degraded into a condition sorely lacking a moral compass and it’s just growing worse.
My belief is two-fold. First, focusing on the benefits a solid, Biblical-based moral code applied to the seven mountains can do wonders for the United States. Second, sound reasoning will always win out over in your face disagreement. To that end, this is not a Republican versus Democrat show. Just watching the news will prove both parties have their fair share of anti-religious sentiment. Through these episodes, I will attempt to share how a conservative philosophy is the best hope for America just as it was intended by the founding fathers.
What this show is NOT. It is not a push to create a Church of America. It is also not about beating down those of different opinions.
A Biblical Based and political discussion will undoubtedly touch on lightning rod issues for sure, however it should not diminish the rights of those who disagree, especially those who remain friendly. Yes, this is an audio program consumed by people away from the provider, yet it is quite possible and very much important to have dialogue.
The topics in this show fit into three groups or buckets- Be Educated about the process, Know how you influence others and Do what it takes to coach others and change your world.
Welcome again the the first episode of the Conservative Christian Movement Podcast, I am Jeff, your host. Let’s begin!
In the next episode, I talk about why the Pilgrims left their homeland and what they were looking for. How about those Pilgrims? Additionally we’ll look at Alinsky’s first rule and what inverse logic can benefit the Christian Conservative on the public stage.
Join the discussion at www.CCMPodcast.com. I look forward to your comments.
Until next time, be blessed.
The Conservative Christian Movement Podcast is a continuation of Christian meetings held in churches since 2010. The purpose is to hold elected government officials accountable and to promote Conservative Christian values in all of their legislative and judicial decisions.
Those values will include but not limited to:
1. Taking a stand against abortion.
2. Taking a stand against homosexual overt agendas.
3. Taking a stand against sex education outside of abstinence.
4. Taking a stand against the perverted view of separation of church and state, kicking God out of the Public school, government, community, and justice system.
I will work to ensure our government officials consistently exhibit:
To this end CCM will evaluate and selectively support candidates for elected offices who share these values.
I also want Christians to:
BE: Educated in the political process
KNOW: How to make change in a peaceful way, and
DO: What it takes within the law to effect a positive change back to our Christian Nation heritage.
Most importantly, to ensure Christians VOTE in according to Conservative Christian Values which are always consistent with our founding fathers intent and the United States Constitution.