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Your blast of infotainment from ForAmerica.

 

Since last time... We have a new House Speaker! After the ousting of RINO Speaker Kevin McCarthy, we've seen a litany of would-be Speakers from the moderately conservative Steve Scalise, the strong conservative Jim Jordan, the newcomer conservative Byron Donalds, and the liberal Republican Tom Emmer. It was chaotic, but the result? Louisiana Congressman Mike Johnson, who is a pro-life, Christian, conservative Speaker who has vowed to pursue America-first policies like securing our border, defunding radical Leftist and wasteful policies, and supporting our ally in Israel as they fend off attacks from terrorists who target civilians. ForAmerica is proud to have stood with the conservative movement in bringing American values back to the People's House.

 

Congratulations to the 56th Speaker of the House, Congressman Mike Johnson.


 

 

 

A few of our recent demands...

 
 

 
 

JOE MUST GO! Yard & Rally Sign


10% off, IF your name is "Joe" or "Brandon"

Width: 24"

Height: 18"

Double-sided


$20.24

 

ForAmerica believes in guaranteed constitutional rights, including the right to life at every stage of life. We believe America should have unlimited education and economic opportunities. We believe America should be energy independent using American resources. We demand the freedom to speak and practice our faith. We will accept nothing less than fair and honest elections, and a government that is transparent, accountable, and stays off the backs of the American people as much as possible. The key objective of ForAmerica is to deliver wins the cultural, electoral, and legislative fronts. When ForAmerica engages, America wins. Never, ever, give the Left a free day.

ForAmerica is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit corporation qualified under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRS). ForAmerica relies on the private financial support of the general public for its income, and accepts no government funds and performs no contract work. Donations are not tax-deductible consistent with IRS Section 170(c).

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