We are excited to have two fantastic candidates joining us this Saturday—one running for the state legislature and the other running for Congress. Both Tea Party sensation Cedra Crenshaw who is running for Illinois State Senate and Isaac Hayes who is running for Congress against Jesse Jackson, Jr. will be joining us.
IFA Breakfast Meeting
Saturday, August 7, 2010
8:00 A.M. – Breakfast Buffet $5.99
8:30 A.M. – Cedra Crenshaw
9:00 A.M. – Isaac Hayes
Old Country Buffet 16060 S. Harlem Avenue in Tinley Park (map)
Reservations are not necessary
Cedra is a wife, stay at home mother, education reformer, and professional accountant from Bolingbrook who decided that she had had enough of the waste, corruption, and mismanagement in Springfield. Cedra decided to run against incumbent Democratic state Sen.… Continue Reading
Our second breakfast meeting in the northwest suburbs will feature conservative pro-family advocate and candidate for state representative, Tom Morrison. Tom grew up in the Chicago suburbs where politics and culture were everyday topics discussed at the family dinner table.
His parents, Roger and the late Susan Morrison, were active, lifelong Republicans, involved in both local and national issues.
Tom absorbed their passion and love for America and their respect for our nation’s Constitution. His zeal for America’s founding principles would eventually lead him to seek public office.
Today, Tom is a successful businessman who serves members of our community during tough circumstances. He knows what it takes to meet payroll and control expenses. With a strong work ethic, he has created jobs in the midst of economic challenge.
Tom and his wife, Bethany, live in Palatine with their two children, Tyler, almost three, and one year old Susanna.… Continue Reading
“Judicial bodies were supposed to be the most helpless and harmless members of the government. Experience, however, soon showed in what way they were to become the most dangerous.” — Thomas Jefferson
The radical left has been trying to remake our nation. They know they can’t win at the ballot box, so they’ve been using the courts. It’s not just the federal courts; even state courts are prone to judicial activism.
State Supreme Courts in Massachusetts, California and even our neighbor Iowa have “discovered” rights to gay marriage. California voters were able to overrule the courts by using their ability to get constitutional amendments on the ballot. However, in Illinois, we have no such right.
You may not have heard that such a fight has come to Illinois . . .… Continue Reading
In an attempt to bring the Illinois budget in line with state revenues, Governor Quinn recently announced spending cuts of 1.4 billion. There has been much handwringing about the cuts to education, healthcare and social services – arguably, there are legitimate concerns about cutting services and programs.
Call me cynical, but I think it is far too easy for politicians to play upon the sympathies and fears of the public while calling for a tax increase instead of doing the hard work of cutting government waste and bloat. A quick look at some of this year’s budget allocations and I think you will agree: our current state lawmakers are disconnected with reality.
In the face of deep cuts for education, health care, human services and public safety how can they justify spending $6 million taxpayer dollars for the Museum of Broadcast Communication in Chicago? … Continue Reading