Moore to headline Values Voters Summit in Washington

October 9, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Republican Senate nominee former Chief Justice Roy Moore will headline the 12th Annual Values Voters Summit in Washington D.C. along with former Trump administration Chief Strategist Steven Bannon, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, R-Louisiana, talk radio host Laura Ingraham, Dr. Alveda King, author Sebastian Gorka, Lt. Col. Oliver North, Congressman Mark Meadows, R-North Carolina, and other conservative-thought leaders.

“I’m thrilled to be a part of the 2017 Values Voters Summit!” Judge Moore said on social media.

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Family Advocacy Day draws pro-family Legislators

March 1, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tuesday, February 28, 2017, an estimated one hundred people gathered in front of Alabama’s historic state Capital Building for Family Advocacy Day.

Rev. Tom Ford said we are here to thank God for his grace. Society is based on three pillars: the family, the church, and the State. When the family goes, the church follows, and then the State.

State Representative Matt Fridy (R-Montevallo) said they plan to bring pro-Life and pro-family legislation that we are bringing forward this session.
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HRC Alabama Blasts Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore Over Stall Tactics

June 8, 2016

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tuesday, June 7, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Alabama blasted Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore for what they claimed were stall tactics to delay responding to charges by the Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC) that his defiance of federal marriage equality rulings violated judicial ethics rules.

The HRC said in a statement that, “After more than a year of trying to deny loving same-sex couples their constitutional right to marriage, it is well past time for Chief Justice Roy Moore to be censured for disregarding the laws of our nation.”
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Trump Can’t Win Over This Woman

May 10, 2016

By Elizabeth BeShears

Much to do has been made over the last several days in the wake of Donald Trump’s evident coronation as the GOP’s 2016 nominee about how he has a lot of ground to make up with certain groups.

Hispanics, Latinos, and African Americans are deemed unreachable due to his previous statements on race and the perception, fair or not, of the Republican party’s recent history with minority groups.
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