CCV 33rd Annual Spring Partnership Banquet was a Hugh Success

May 2nd, 2016


Keynote Speaker
Mr. David Barton

The theme of the 33rd Annual Spring Partnership Banquet was “An Election that will Change History”. The Honorable Bob McEwen served as Master of Ceremony, Historian and author David Barton laid out exactly what is at stake in the November 8, 2016 election.  Mr. Barton warned what could happen if just one more liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice is permitted to take Justice Scalia’s seat.  We already have four Supreme Court Justices that ignore the U.S. Constitution. He also pointed out why Thomas Jefferson is detested by the left. CCV has enjoyed many wonderful banquet speakers since our founding 33 years ago, but at no time did anyone give a more timely speech than David Barton.  We urge to listen to his speech by clicking here.

Target to Allow Transgender People to Use Bathroom of Their Choice

April 21st, 2016

CCV suggest you avoid Target stores. This is a very dangerous policy that puts women and children at risk. Blessings, Phil Burress

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Time Has Come to Avoid Travel to Dayton, Cleveland and maybe Cincinnati

April 12th, 2016

Dayton, Cincinnati (maybe), Cuyahoga County including Cleveland has banned travel to North Carolina. Why do you ask? North Carolina passed a common sense law that does not allow men to enter women’s bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms. I cannot believe I am writing this. What are these officials thinking? Is there no end to homosexual activist absurdity? CCV is calling on concerned citizens in Ohio and other states to defend women and children from the sexually dysfunctional by avoiding travel to the City of Dayton, Cuyahoga County including the City of Cleveland, and maybe the City of Cincinnati.  Please forward to friends, family, and churches. Blessings, Phil Burress

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Help support North Carolina!

March 29th, 2016

As you know, last Wednesday evening NC Gov. McCrory signed into law a bill that ensures men cannot go into women’s bathrooms, locker rooms, and showers because these settings are limited to persons of the same biological sex.  It also clarifies that the state, not local cities and municipalities, is responsible for enacting new laws regulating and impacting commerce to avoid a patchwork of confusing local employment laws that would be harmful to commerce, labor, and trade in the state.  An incredible victory!

Unsurprisingly, the pushback and threats from large corporations (American Airlines, Bank of America, etc.) and the NBA has been intense.  It has been a significant blessing that the usually squishy Governor continues to stay strong and bold on his decision to sign this law.  However, he needs support and encouragement—his office has informed us that he is getting nervous.  To that end, I have two requests:

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IMPORTANT: North Carolina acts quickly to protect against sexual predators

March 24th, 2016

Yesterday in North Carolina, “Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, who oversees the Senate, and House Speaker Tim Moore, both Republicans, invoked a seldom-used constitutional provision” to call the State Senate and House into session in order to overturn an ordinance enacted in Charlotte that would “allow transgender people to use either a men’s or women’s bathroom, depending on the gender with which they identify.”

Very simply, they — and the millions of North Carolinians they represent – won. In the State Senate, the vote was 32-0. The State House voted to overturn the ordinance by a margin of 82-25; 12 Democrats joined all Republicans in voting to stop the Charlotte law.

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