Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
From the desk of Tom Hoefling:
A very interesting email I received this morning...
Dear Mr. Hoefling,
First, thank you for embracing the Christian values that I believe God wants us to embrace. But let me ask plainly: while I personally believe in the principles you espouse, the world does not and will not. It therefore brings into question the fair assertion that the number of people who will vote for you seems mathematically unrealistic. How and why do you think you have the ability to overcome the odds that the majority of people will not vote for you?
Peace and grace,
Thanks for your inquiry, xxx.
According to Gallup, about 70% of the American people still self-identify as Christian. Now, you and I both know that much of that is cultural, not spiritual. However, if even one-third of that 70% would stop compromising self-evident truth, and America's core moral and constitutional principles, and vote for me, I would win.
It's really that simple.
In any case, we're trying to turn American Christians back to morality and principle, win or lose. That is bound to bear good fruit, no matter the outcome of any particular election. Isn't it?
For Life, Liberty, and the Constitution,
The reason Republicans can’t get spending under control is because they have no actual regard for their oaths, and they are therefore not ever at all interested in asking the key question: “Is this bill constitutional?”
Put government back within its constitutionally-enumerated limits, and the spending and debt problems disappear.
“I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents.”
— James Madison, the father of the U.S. Constitution
A "clear and present danger" to the United States is something that immediately threatens the lives, the liberty, the property, the sovereignty, the security, or the borders of our country, and therefore requires immediate, energetic action to remedy.
There are currently several things that represent such a threat. The first on the list is the practice of human abortion. TODAY, once again, more than 3000 innocent children - more people than were killed by the terrorists on 9-11-2001 - will be slaughtered by the abortionists.
The second most pressing immediate danger to our country is the continued flow of foreign nationals over our open borders. Every couple of days the equivalent of the manpower for an army division is invading our country.
If elected president, meeting and neutralizing these threats will be my top two priorities.
The first reason human government exists is to protect the God-given, unalienable, individual, equal right to live.
This is the first reason the presidency of the United States exists.
This is the first reason the Congress of the United States exists.
This is the first reason the courts exist.
This is the first reason the state governments, in all their parts, exist.
This is the first obligation of every individual who takes the oath of office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States.
And it is an obligation not only to the born, but to those who still reside in their mother's wombs, and to our Posterity.
Stop acting like this is optional. Stop voting for any candidate who does not fully understand this, and who has not credibly demonstrated a full commitment to restoring equal protection for every innocent person in this country, from their creation until natural death.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are CREATED EQUAL, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men..."
-- The Declaration of Independence
This official candidate statement was submitted to the California Secretary of State.
I'm a conservative, husband, father of nine, and grandfather of three. I'm running because I deeply fear for my children's future. Our republic is in peril.
I'm asking for your vote because the elites in the Republican and Democratic parties have lost sight of the original principles that made America the greatest nation on earth. They no longer feel obligated to fulfill the primary duties of their sacred oath of office.
A vote for me is a vote for the natural law principles of the Declaration of Independence, the fulfillment of the stated purposes of our Constitution, and the keeping of the oath to fulfill that precious Constitution's explicit requirements.
If you care about the equal protection of our God-given, unalienable, individual rights, the equal protection of the unborn child, the preservation of the natural family, the preservation of our right to keep and bear arms, and the protection of our national sovereignty, security, and borders, I represent you.
A vote for me is also a vote for fundamental tax, monetary, and regulatory reform. It's a vote for educational freedom. It's a vote for responsible, constitutional spending.
And, last but not least, a vote for me is a vote to rein in our out-of-control judiciary, which is running roughshod over our rights, and over the checks and balances that are supposed to be built into our republican, constitutional system of self-government.
Please visit www.tomhoefling.com.
"The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour..."
-- Article III, Section One, U.S. Constitution
Most people think federal judges receive a lifetime appointment to the bench. But the Constitution doesn't say that. It says that they hold their offices "during good Behaviour."
How many of you seriously think that the "Behaviour" of our judges has been "good"?
It's time to elect leaders to Congress who will act correctly, according to the obligations of their oaths, and begin to make the practice of the impeachment and removal of judges who behave badly THE RULE, rather than the exception.
If we don't rein in the courts, and if we continue to elect politicians who think we live in a judicial oligarchy instead of a free constitutional republic with checks and balances, we can't possibly save the country.
-- Tom Hoefling
Without an accurate sense of proportion you can't have a decent view of what should be the priority, and if your priorities are askew your best efforts, no matter how well-intended, will be diffused and wasted. So, ask yourself the question: What is the greatest evil of our age, the one thing that is destroying America more than anything else? The obvious answer is: The daily denial of equal protection and due process for the supreme God-given, unalienable right, the right to live, of innocent, helpless, defenseless little children in our country. Nothing else even comes close. Thousands more are being slaughtered TODAY. Restore respect for the rights of the preborn children, not just in words, but in fact, and you will be well on the way to restoring the foundations for American justice, American peace, security, and prosperity, and the American claim to republican, constitutional self-government in liberty. Fail to do this, and America will continue its inevitable slide into the abyss.
The natural moral law is an absolutely indestructible, immovable object, and no man, or collection of men, is an irresistible force. Attack it if you will, but know this beyond any shadow of doubt: You will only dash yourself, and those who are foolish enough to follow your example, to pieces.
I see that the new governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin, has ordered the closing of a Planned Parenthood abortion mill. What is his stated reason for doing so? Their paperwork isn't in order. They don't have their LICENSE, or permission slip, from the state, to dismember and destroy children.
So, if a governor can close an abortion mill for lack of appropriate paperwork, why on earth can't he shut it down for MASS MURDER?
Why can't he shut it down for violating the most important fundamental principles of our republic, the principles upon which our very claim as a people to liberty are premised?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of every clause of the stated purposes of the United States Constitution?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of the explicit due process and equal protection requirements of that Constitution?
Why can't he shut it down for the gross violation of the explicit equal protection requirements of the Kentucky constitution?
Why can't the President of the United States shut down every abortion "clinic" in America, for such egregious violations of the supreme law of our land, a supreme law that he himself has sworn an oath before God to support and defend?
The answer, of course, is that our chief magistrates, our governors of any and all of our states, or the President, could shut them down in a day, if they only had the will to do so.
I repeat: We can end the slaughter of the innocents, if we only have the will.
Please read the following article.
Tom Hoefling: "I will close every abortion clinic in America"
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It's time to tell the money men, and the media men, and the "political professionals," to take a hike. We don't want or need them any more.
Thank you for hearing me out. May God richly bless you and your family, and may He grant us all mercy and divine assistance in the days ahead, as we strive together to find the means to deliver a free, prosperous, and secure America to our children and grandchildren.
-- Tom Hoefling of Lohrville, Iowa, candidate for President of the United States in 2016
The #1 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
1. Americans continue to turn away from God and His Word.
The #2 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
2. Americans continue to turn away from our historic understanding of the laws of nature and nature's God, which are the foundation of our claim to liberty, as was spelled out so eloquently in our national charter, the Declaration of Independence.
The #3 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
3. Americans continue to ignore all of the stated purposes of the U.S. Constitution, every clause of which is violated by the practice of human abortion.
The #4 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
4. Americans continue to ignore the explicit, imperative equal protection and due process requirements of the supreme law of our land, the Constitution, as laid out in the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments, as well as in the constitutions of all of our States.
The #5 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
5. Americans continue to be deceived by the judicial supremacist lie, the belief that judges are somehow constitutionally-authorized to make laws, or veto laws, when nothing could be further from the truth.
The #6 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
6. Christians and others who call themselves "pro-life" continue to support an immoral, unconstitutional "strategy" that surrenders the principles of God-given, unalienable rights and equal protection under the law, thereby guaranteeing the continuation of abortion on demand.
The #7 reason abortion on demand continues in 2016 America:
7. Christians continue to support for public office candidates who have no moral commitment to the keeping of their sacred oath to provide equal protection to every innocent person, including the innocent unborn child.
Reason #7 is the summing up of why abortion on demand continues in 2016 America.
I tell people I'm running for President and they say, "Are you serious?" And I tell them, yeah, I'm very serious. Thousands of innocent, helpless little kids are going to be slaughtered in America again today under the color of "law," even though we live in a republic that was, from its inception, to borrow Lincoln's phrase, "dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal."
And then I tell them another very important, very serious fact, which is that it is a dead certainty that NONE of the Republicans who are running are at all serious about ending the carnage. Each and every one of them is a self-admitted regulationist, not an abolitionist. They have communicated that to us very clearly by means of the immoral, unconstitutional, "and then you can kill the baby," bills that they support.
Come on. Stop trying to regulate a holocaust.
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The Lordship of Jesus Christ is not negotiable. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is not negotiable. The authority of the Bible is not negotiable. Self-evident truth is not negotiable. The natural law, as created and instituted by God, is not negotiable. That all men are created equal by God is not negotiable. The principle that every person should be treated equally under our laws is not negotiable. Our God-given, unalienable, equal rights to life, liberty, and private property are not negotiable. The God-given, equal right to life of every unborn child is not negotiable. Marriage between one man and one woman, as God intended it, is not negotiable. The protection of the natural family, created by the union of one man and one woman, is not negotiable. The protection of all legitimate parental rights is not negotiable. The protection of children is not negotiable. The right to keep and bear arms – in protection of ourselves, our families, our communities, our nation, and our liberty – is not negotiable. Our national sovereignty, security, and borders are not negotiable. Adherence to our republican form of limited government is not negotiable. The fulfillment of the sacred oath of office to support and defend the Constitution of the United States is not negotiable.
Most other things we can talk about.
– Tom Hoefling
"Moral, constitutional, republican self-government in liberty cannot possibly co-exist with socialism, with Islam, with the homosexual agenda, or with the practice of human abortion. One absolutely precludes the other, sooner or later.. Pick a side, because it is an existential fight to the finish, whether you like it or not."
-- Tom Hoefling
"The government schools have become God-free and gun-free. So, they are now, quite predictably, spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical free-fire zones. If you have children there, find a way, make any sacrifice necessary, to get them out of there before they are led to the slaughter. What could possibly be more important?"
-- Tom Hoefling
To believe the judicial supremacist lie, that the courts rule over us, no matter how immoral or unconstitutional their opinions, you have to believe some really unbelievable, ridiculous, and even frightening things.
You have to believe that Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were wrong. They should have gone ahead and bowed down to Nebuchadnezzar's golden idol.
You have to believe that the Apostles were wrong. They should have shut up about the Gospel of Jesus Christ when they were told by civil authorities to do so.
You have to believe that the great Roman statesman Cicero was wrong, that there is no universally-applicable natural law which binds all men everywhere, throughout time.
You have to believe that Augustine was wrong when he said that, "an unjust law is no law at all."
You have to believe that Thomas Aquinas was wrong when he said that, "Human law is law only by virtue of its accordance with right reason; and thus it is manifest that it flows from the eternal law. And in so far as it deviates from right reason it is called an unjust law; in such case it is no law at all, but rather a species of violence."
You have to believe that William Blackstone was wrong when he said, "this natural law, being as old as mankind and dictated by God himself, is of course superior in obligation to any other. It is binding over all the globe, in all countries, and at all times: no human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this; and such of them as are valid derive all their force, and all their authority, from this original.”
You have to believe that Samuel Adams was wrong when he said that, "[A]ll men are equally bound by the laws of nature, or to speak more properly, the laws of the Creator."
You have to believe that Alexander Hamilton was wrong when he said that, “The Sacred Rights of Mankind...are written, as with a sunbeam, in the whole volume of human nature, by the Hand of the Divinity itself, and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power," and that "the judiciary... has no influence over either the sword or the purse; no direction either of the strength or of the wealth of the society; and can take no active resolution whatever. It may truly be said to have neither FORCE nor WILL, but merely judgment; and must ultimately depend upon the aid of the executive arm even for the efficacy of its judgments."
You have to believe that Thomas Jefferson was wrong when he said that, "it is a very dangerous doctrine to consider judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions. It is one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy."
You have to believe that all of America's founders were wrong when they challenged and defeated the supreme civil authority of that old tyrant King George III.
You have to believe that Abraham Lincoln was wrong when, in his first Inaugural Address, he said that, "if the policy of the Government upon vital questions affecting the whole people is to be irrevocably fixed by decisions of the Supreme Court, the instant they are made in ordinary litigation between parties in personal actions the people will have ceased to be their own rulers..."
You have to believe that Justice Taney should have been obeyed into perpetuity when he pronounced in the infamous Dred Scott opinion that black men were not human beings.
You have to believe that it was fine for a tinpot probate judge to pronounce a literal death sentence by dehydration and starvation on a helpless disabled woman, Terri Schindler Schiavo, and that it was acceptable to have the entire legal and political establishment of Florida and of the United States stand passively by as her tormentors tortured her to death by cruel and unusual means.
You have to believe that it's just fine that, by judicial decree, and through the passive connivance of a whole generation of American lawyers and politicians, more than fifty-five million defenseless babies have been brutally slaughtered, even though those same politicians swore a sacred oath to God to provide equal protection for the right to life of every person under their jurisdiction
You have to believe that nobody can do a thing when judges, in gross violation of the laws of nature and nature's God, and contrary to every single clause of the stated purposes of the Constitution of the United States, invent an imaginary "right" for a man to "marry" a man, or for a woman to "marry" a woman, even though such a perverted thing is physically, naturally, impossible.
You have to believe that our Constitution, and our republican form of government, with its necessary checks and balances, is a dead letter.
You have to believe that the sacred oath of office is nothing more than a formality or a photo op.
Please, quit believing nonsense. It's killing people, and destroying American self-government in liberty.
In my yard, near my garden, I've got a green ash tree. It puts off seed like nobody's business. Tiny little ash trees spring up everywhere every year. Now, if you pull them when they first come up, it's really easy. They slide right out of the ground using only your thumb and forefinger. But if you leave them very long they get harder and harder to pull. Leave them long enough and your yard would be an ash thicket, one that could only be cleared with chainsaws and a backhoe.
Why am I telling you all of this? Because there is a parallel to abortion in America.
If, back in 1973, Americans had simply been faithful to the truths of the Declaration of Independence, the stated purposes and requirements of our Constitution, and boldly asserted the obvious natural fact of the personhood of the individual child, and then consistently stood without compromise or wavering for the equal rights of every single one of those innocent children - children whose protection is explicitly required by God and by our Constitution - this vast holocaust would have been stopped long ago.
But that's not what happened. The "pro-life movement" got sucked into the trap of arguing within the destructive framework and demonic fallacy of Roe, under the thumb of out-of-control judges who ruled, and continue to rule, illegitimately.
And sadly, "pro-lifers" have never yet extricated themselves from the trap.
So, maximum resources and effort are now required to remove the thicket of lies which have been planted, even in the hearts and minds of Christians.
Personally though, you can clear out the thicket in an instant by simply returning to the fundamental truths and principles of America's founding, as stated in the Declaration of Independence, to the stated purposes of our Constitution in the preamble, and to the equal protection for every person which is absolutely required by our federal and state constitutions.
God-given, unalienable, EQUAL rights for persons who have not yet passed through a birth canal.
Focus on that.
Measure every policy and politician by that.
It's the only way that we will ever turn America back into the fruitful garden that it was intended to be.
"Wars are more often than not fought at crossroads. Check out Gettysburg sometime. Or Bastogne. The battle for America's survival in liberty is no different. Today it is being fought at the crossroads we call marriage. You see, marriage lies at the intersection between what is eternal, and right, and inherently good, and most of the critically-important temporal blessings. It is the type, or picture, of the Lord's eternal relationship with His body, the church. But it is also the earthly guarantee of the domestic tranquility, the economic productivity and prosperity, the security, and the future physical EXISTENCE of civilizations, societies, governments and peoples. So, please give no place to the enemy. And don't surrender the crossroads. We have the laws of nature and nature's God on our side. That's an absolute guarantee of ultimate victory right there, if we don't compromise and if we don't quit."
-- Tom Hoefling
by Tom Hoefling
“Hi Joe, I'm Mo. And I'm pro-Joe.”
“Joe, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your mama's gonna kill you.”
“Oh...uhh...well, she said she was going to kill me lots of times when I was bad as a kid, but...”
“No, I mean, she actually wants to kill you. Says you're messing up her life-style.”
“And the Supreme Court says it's okay for her to do it, too.”
“Yeah. They say she can kill you any time she wants. It's her choice, since you're not really a person and you're a part of her and all.”
“Well, that doesn't sound right.”
“Yeah, I hear you. But, don't you worry Joe. Because I'm pro-Joe. And so are the Republican politicians I'm helping to get elected. We've got majorities almost everywhere now.”
“Well, that sounds good. What a relief.”
“Yeah, aren't we awesome? Why, just last session we passed a law that gives your mama legal permission to kill you, but only if she does it before the end of the year. And another one that requires her to use only approved hit men.”
“Wait. You passed laws that give her legal permission to have a hit man kill me if she wants, as long as she does it on schedule?”
“Yeah, we're pro-Joe.”
“Yeah, really. Why, this session we passed a law that requires the hit man to operate only from an approved Planned Parenthood mega-killing center, with admitting privileges at a hospital. And another one that makes your mama look at your high school graduation picture before she has you offed.”
“Wow. That doesn't sound so good from where I'm standing. So, what do the courts say about that?”
“Well, they struck those laws down. Said it placed an undue burden on your mama's access to the ability to kill you. And you know, we have to obey the judges, no matter what, right? But don't you worry about it, Joe. We sent out some more fund-raising letters telling people about our great pro-Joe successes, and they sent us millions of dollars again to help elect more pro-Joe Republicans. And we're working on some other great pro-Joe legislation too.”
“Oh, really? Uhuh...hmm...I'm almost afraid to ask, but what kind of legislation?”
“Well, we found some scientists who say that if the hit man gives you a double dose of morphine, you won't feel a thing when you're killed. So, we passed a law that says they have to give you the morphine. We call it the 'Pain Capable Born Child Protection Act.'”
“Oh my. Uhmm...but, I'll still be dead, right?”
"Well, yeah, but, we have to save some, you know. And hey, you won't feel a thing!”
“Uhmm...Mo, let me ask you something: Didn't God say 'you shall not murder?' Didn't the Declaration of Independence say, 'all men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights,' starting with the right to life? Doesn't the U.S. Constitution, the supreme law of our land, require equal protection for the right to life of every person, in every state? Doesn't my state constitution require pretty much the same thing? And don't all the people we elect swear an oath to God to support and defend those constitutions?”
“Oh, I get it now, Joe. You're one of those All-or-Nothing Purists. Hey, do me a favor and stay away from me from now on, okay? We'll never beat the Democrats as long as you're around. Anyway, I gotta go,. I'm on my way to a National Rights of Joe meeting. We're planning a big prayer meeting and fundraiser with all the Republican presidential candidates. They all want our endorsement again and I have to get ready for the photo-op. And besides, I see your mama coming and I don't want to make her feel bad about her choice...”
In Federalist 44, James Madison, the father of the US Constitution, gives us the formula for solving most of our current political problems, which in the end amounts to "make the other branches provide the necessary checks and balances," and, if they won't do that, "throw all the bums out." And what he said in this case applies in just the same way to the judiciary as it does to the Congress:
"What is to be the consequence, in case the Congress shall misconstrue this part [the necessary and proper clause] of the Constitution and exercise powers not warranted by its true meaning, I answer the same as if they should misconstrue or enlarge any other power vested in them...the success of the usurpation will depend on the executive and judiciary departments, which are to expound and give effect to the legislative acts; and in a last resort a remedy must be obtained from the people, who can by the elections of more faithful representatives, annul the acts of the usurpers.'"
-- James Madison, Federalist #44
"If our rights don't come from God, all that leaves is the arbitrary whims of men. Good luck with that."
-- Tom Hoefling