THIS SATURDAY: Pastor Rafael Cruz, Father of Ted Cruz, & KGB in GREEN BAY

Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) presents
“Breakfast with Pro-Family Champions!”

Breakfast With Pro-FAMILY Champions!

9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Brett Favre’s Steakhouse in Green Bay

We especially extend a special invitation to PASTORS AND CLERGY.

Enjoy a complimentary full hot breakfast and go home full and fired up!
WFC president Julaine Appling and Pastor Rafael Cruz, father of presidential candidate Ted Cruz,
will be talking about the importance of our civic duty to vote, the strength in unity of the faithful,
and why we must encourage others to take part in the elections.


Former Packer-great Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB, above) will also be joining us and speaking!

Complimentary breakfast.  Free will offering will be taken.

Registration not required, but appreciated.

RSVP HERE OR CALL 888-378-7395.

Seating is limited. First come, first served.

Other campaign representatives have been contacted/invited.

Former Packers’ Great Calls on State Legislature to Act on Pro-Life Bills

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB) says it’s time for Wisconsin to respect human life & the taxpayers

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB) with family

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB) with family

Madison, WI – Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, known to millions of Packers fans as KGB, has something he wants Wisconsin citizens to hear:  “When it comes to football, I’ve been known to put pressure on the quarterback. Pressure didn’t always get sacks, but it made opponents move. It messed up their plays. It caused havoc for their game plan. Pressure changes the game! So Wisconsin citizens—it’s time to put pressure on our elected officials and get some critical pro-life bills passed.  We need our legislators to move now and put the bills on the floor and take the votes.”

KGB is referring to two bills that have been bogged down in the State Assembly. Assembly Bill 305 would ban the sale, use and/or experimentation using the body parts or tissue of aborted babies.  Assembly Bill 311 would prohibit family-planning organizations, including Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, from overbilling the state for drugs purchased through a Medicaid drug program.

“I called my representative, Majority Leader Jim Steineke. I’ve worked with Jim during elections and other times because he’s said he’s pro-life. I was shocked to hear him tell me they didn’t have the 50 votes needed to pass Assembly Bill 305 and that the author had to assure him of 50 votes before the bill would be put on the floor.  I got the sense that no one in Assembly leadership was willing to help get the votes. I called another representative in leadership too; he wasn’t interested either in stopping the trafficking of human baby body parts in our state.  I’m stunned that at least 13 Republicans in the Assembly are apparently not as pro-life as I thought they were.” commented KGB.



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