This website will soon change to PRO-LIFE for US SENATE. Pro-Life will run for US Senate in 2016. You can read my Governor positions and easily discern my Senate positions. Be patient, I have a farm and a large family to look after. I am my own webmaster.
Pro-Life, and Kirsten Faith Richardson for State Senate, are independents meaning they are not members of an Idaho political party. The Idaho election laws require them to obtain 1,000 signatures (Pro-Life) and 50 (Kirsten) signatures to be on the 2016 General Election ballot in November 2016. Independents never have a primary even if there is more than one independent in the same race. Pro-Life has been in 2 races with 2 independents, US Senate in 2008 and Governor in 2010.
Our son, Ammon Emanuel Prolife, will also be running for Idaho State Legislature in 2016. He is single, 24, and a partner in Pro-Life Organics, www.IdahoBerry.com
Pro-Life and Kirsten are members of a national party which is not on the Idaho ballot, www.IndependentAmericanParty.org. It will take about 17,000 signatures to get the IAP on the ballot.
Below, and by using the top bar, you can read our reasons for running for office every two years.
Just below: is one reason we run for office:
In as much as, no legislature, nor Congress, has passed a law defining ‘personhood’ for the pre-born child, therefore, if Pro-Life becomes Governor he will declare that legal personhood begins at fertilization. On the first day of taking office, Pro-Life will stop all abortions in Idaho, including chemical abortions. Just as a Governor can stop the execution of a convicted murderer, he can also stop the murder of innocent pre-born babies.
Roe v. Wade is not law. Courts do not make law. Court rulings are called decisions, and therefore, not being law, these decisions are only binding on the parties of the court case, but if the case is regarding Constitutional interpretation- then Congress is obligated to make law consistent with the Constitution.
The reason we violate our state and Federal Constitutions, and allow court decisions to be viewed as law, is because members of Congress and state legislatures refuse to even discuss laws regarding volatile issues such as pre-born baby murder, homosexuality, adultery, pornography, real money, etc.
Legislators are big chickens, they covet office, and therefore, refuse to deal with divisive issues. They allow appointed judges to make the difficult decisions thereby destroying constitutional jurisdiction. Therefore, a chief executive recognizing this trashing of separation of powers should rule on pre-born baby murder and this will cause the public to become educated regarding constitutional jurisdiction. We need to save our pre-born babies from murder, and we also could learn constitutional jurisdiction with Pro-Life as Governor or in the US Senate.
Governors and Presidents seek to be popular, and are peer oriented, therefore they neglect to support constitutional government. When chief executives and legislators intentionally ignore constitutions, common law, natural law, and God’s law, the people suffer. If the people fail to elect honest men, then the nation is destroyed. If you do not like the candidates on the ballot, then you are obligated to put your name on the ballot.
Why do people like the Pro-Life family run for office? Answer: on Judgment Day, voters cannot say, “there was no one on the ballot worth voting for.” They also will be accountable for hearing the truth, so stop reading if you want to ignore truth.
We are members of the Independent American Party (IAP). This party has unselfish servants of God teaching the proper role of government. Some of the party leaders left the Republican Party in the 1960′s, 1970′s, etc. and have faithfully served God and the Constitution until this day. This party does not compromise for the sake of growth. You cannot find a better party if you are a Christian patriot and if you dislike the selfish attitude inherent in other parties. The IAP is more like a Christian brotherhood than a political party. www.IndependentAmericanParty.org