A few days ago, our CEO & President Penny Nance sent an urgent prayer request to our more than 400 prayer/action chapters around the country. In light of tonight’s impending announcement of President Trump’s nominee to be the next justice of the Supreme Court, I wanted to share the prayer she shared with all of us. Read More
Sen. Jeff Sessions has been nominated by President-elect Donald Trump as the nation’s next Attorney General. As the state director of Concerned Women for America of Florida, I represent the concerns of so many Floridian women who are ecstatic about such a great candidate. We are eager to see justice and respect for the rule of law return to the Department of Justice (DOJ), and we hope our senator feels likewise. Read More
Concerned Women for America of North Dakota State Director Linda Thorson’s letter to the editor in support of Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination for U.S. Attorney General was published today in the state’s InForum newspaper. Linda writes urging her Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) to look beyond partisan politics and support his nomination. Read More
I have a new piece out on the left’s insidious use of racial innuendo against Sen. Jeff Sessions as he is considered to become the nation’s next Attorney General. Here is my conclusion:
The charges of racism from the left are hollow to the core. They have actually hurt the cause of civil rights, and I hope the American people continue to reject them by supporting the nomination of Jeff Sessions to be our next U.S. attorney general.
Concerned Women for Ameria (CWA), as the largest public policy organization for women in the country, is leading an effort to support the confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions as the next Attorney General of the United States and to stand up against the unfair attacks of the left and its media allies to smear the character of a good man. CWA is collecting signatures for a coalition letter that highlight some of Sen. Sessions’ excellent qualifications for the position. It reads:
Sen. Sessions is a man of integrity with years of experience serving the American people. His impartial application of the law makes Sen. Sessions a champion of unbiased justice. His defense of civil rights, criminal justice reform, and general promotion of the fair rule of law has earned him bipartisan political support as well as endorsements from multiple national law enforcement for his nomination to Attorney General. Sen. Sessions is more than qualified to ensure justice for all Americans.
The letter highlights five crucial areas of Sen. Sessions’ stellar record:
- His many years of service
- His commitment to civil rights
- His bipartisan efforts to bring about criminal justice reform
- His commitment to equal justice
- And his commitment to putting the American people first
Click here to read the coalition letter in full (.pdf format).
As a matter of public service, since we know the left is going crazy about the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions to be the next U.S. Attorney General, here is a timeline comparison between President-elect Trump’s nomination of Jeff Sessions and President Obama’s nomination of Attorney General Eric Holder.
Given this comparison, we can safely conclude that the left’s call for more time is wholly inadequate for what they found reasonable under President Obama. We can also say that Republican leadership is not trying to rush things in any way, but is instead abiding by the same standard of deference they extended President Obama on his nominee.
One of the biggest disappointments of this election season has to be the final unraveling of the mainstream media. As the days pass and the smoke clears a bit after the shocking events, it is hard to grapple with the magnitude of their collapse. Read More