Stacy Swimp and “Contagious Transformation” Presents US Senator Jim DeMint and Senate Candidate Ted Cruz

Stacy Swimp and Contagious Transformation Present – US Senator Jim DeMint & US Candidate Ted Cruz this Friday January 20, 2012 on his radio show CLICK HERE : Contagious Transformation

Elected as South Carolina’s 55th senator in 2004, Sen. Jim DeMint quickly established himself as one of the most effective conservative leaders in Washington, seeking to enact innovative solutions to improve America for future generations. He has been a tireless advocate for smaller government, individual liberty, a strong national defense and traditional values, and his work to end earmarks, he is often referred to as a “taxpayer’s greatest ally”.  In early 2007, DeMint also fought for immigration reform, based on common sense solutions like securing the border, enforcing the laws already passed, and streamlining the legal system.  In 2006, he was elected Chairman of the Senate Steering Committee, which works to advance conservative legislation.  Recently, DeMint was ranked as the No. 1 senator voting for responsible tax and spending policies by the National Taxpayer’s Union.  DeMint understands the greatness of a country found in the people and values, not in government.


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Fri, January 20, 2012 10:00AM

Ted Cruz is a Partner at Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius in Houston LLP, where he leads the firm’s Supreme Court and Appellate Litigation practice.  Also, from 2004-2009, he taught US Supreme Court Litigation as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Texas School of Law.  Before serving as Solicitor General, Ted served as Director of the Office of Policy Planning at the Federal Trade Commission, an Associate Deputy General at the US Department of Justice, was Domestic Policy Advisor on the 2000 Bush-Cheney campaign.  Ted was also the first hispanic ever to have clerked for Chief Justice; clerking for William Rehnquist on the US Supreme Court.


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