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  Gary Bauer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gary L. Bauer (born May 4, 1946 in Covington, Kentucky) is an American civil servant and conservative politician notable for his ties to several fundamentalist and evangelical Christian groups and campaigns.
In 1999 Bauer resigned his post at the Family Research Council, which he held since 1988, and ran for the Republican Party nomination for President of the United States.
On social issues, Bauer is staunchly pro-life, supports a Constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, and prefers abstinence programs to current sex education programs.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gary_Bauer   (298 words)

  
 Profile: Gary Bauer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The only child of Stanley and Betty Bauer, Gary Bauer grew up in a tough environ of corruption, gambling and prostitution in Newport, Ky. He witnessed the fruits of his father's alcoholism and the devastation of families whose breadwinners failed to make it home from the steel mills with their paychecks intact.
Bauer attended a Baptist church regularly with his grandmother and got involved as a high schooler in a group led by businessmen and ministers that succeeded in cleaning up the city.
Bauer said he surveyed the political landscape and became convinced that the traditional political process was unlikely to produce a candidate he could support.
www.gazetteonline.com /caucus/2000/garyb.htm   (1094 words)

  
 American Values - Home
Gary previously served as president of the Family Research Council, one of Washington's most respected centers for public policy.
In ten years, Bauer led FRC from a three person, $1 million operation, to a 120 person, $14 million operation, housed in its own headquarters in downtown Washington.
Previously, Bauer was Under Secretary of Education beginning in July 1985, when he was confirmed by unanimous vote in the U.S. Senate.
www.ouramericanvalues.org /bauer_main.php   (305 words)

  
 Gary Bauer - dKosopedia
Gary L. Bauer is a Relgious-Right public spokesman and politician notable for his ties to several fundamentalist and evangelical Christian groups and campaigns.
Bauer received his law degree from Georgetown University Law School in Washington D.C. in 1973 but went on to become a senior policy analyst in the Reagan/Bush campaign.
Bauer later founded the Campaign for Working Families (CWF) in 1996 to "represent the interests and values of America's traditional families in the political arena.
www.dkosopedia.com /index.php/Gary_Bauer   (890 words)

  
 Gary Bauer : Client Profile : Ambassador Speakers Bureau & Literary Agency   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Gary Bauer, a 2000 Republican presidential contender and former Domestic Policy Advisor to President Ronald Reagan, has quickly risen to become one of America's most well known and leading voices for conservatism.
Bauer served as Chairman of America's second largest political action committee, The Campaign for Working Families, and served as President of the Family Research Council, one of Washington's most well respected centers for public policy.
Through the Campaign For Working Families Gary Bauer is expending substantial effort to campaign on behalf of conservative candidates across the nation with particular emphasis on helping conservatives in key battle ground states in the mid-west.
www.ambassadoragency.com /print_client_profile.cfm/cid/161   (523 words)

  
 Bauer getting recognition as other hopefuls drop out   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bauer knew he had hit the big time in September when there were published reports of rumors that he was having an affair with a young staffer.
Bauer's planted the rumor in the first place and that the mud-slinging was an acknowledgement of the candidate's growing clout among Republican presidential hopefuls.
Bauer returned to an nounce his presidential campaign at his alma mater of Newport High School, there was speculation that his campaign would not last until the end of the year.
www.enquirer.com /editions/1999/11/22/loc_bauer_getting.html   (958 words)

  
 Campaign for Working Families   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bauer served as Chairman of America's second largest political action committee, the Campaign for Working Families, and served as President of the Family Research Council, one of Washington's most respected centers for public policy.
Bauer raised $7 million in the first two years, with 90,000 individual contributors.
A frequent guest on a wide variety of political talk shows and a much-in-demand speaker nationwide, Bauer is widely viewed as one of the most effective spokesman for an unapologetically pro-life, pro-family, pro-growth message.
www.campaignforfamilies.org /gary.htm   (289 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: One on One: Gary Bauer -- November 24, 1999
GARY BAUER: Well, it's interesting, because there was open gambling in Newport, including very large casinos, at a time when the rest of America had concluded that gambling was a social ill. Newport doesn't have gambling today.
GARY BAUER: A group of businessmen and pastors got together in that area in northern Kentucky.
GARY BAUER: Well, I don't think there are that many voters that would make me President on one issue.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/election/july-dec99/bauer_11-24.html   (2468 words)

  
 Gary Bauer's Moral Dilemma   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
It was doubly ironic for Bauer, a leader of the Christian right and son of a Kentucky maintenance man, to have an audience at the bastion of liberal elitism.
Bauer shares the GOP's visceral antipathy for regulation and redistribution, and on issues of common ground with the left, he has yet to put his money where his mouth is. The only issue the Campaign for Working Families has emphasized in its campaign ads this year is abortion.
Bauer seems a particularly suitable bogeyman: In a congressional race earlier this year, he flooded California's 22nd District with anti-abortion ads, helping the pro-life Republican candidate upset the pro-choice favorite for the GOP nomination.
www.motherjones.com /news/feature/1998/07/saletan.html   (2213 words)

  
 Skeleton Closet - Gary Bauer, The Dark Side
Jarvis says that he and others in the campaign warned Bauer several times "in the clearest possible terms" that he was creating "the appearance of impropriety" by spending "hours and hours and hours behind closed doors with a young single woman." Neither Jarvis nor McDonald has directly claimed that sex occurred, though.
Bauer called a press conference to deny having an affair and called the rumors "devastating." Concerning his time spent with the young woman, he responded that he meets privately with every member of his campaign staff behind closed doors, and that the questions are unfair.
Bauer argued that he should not be held to the higher standard adopted by most evangelical and Christian right leaders, such as Billy Graham and congressman Steve Largent, who avoid meeting women (other than their wives) alone.
www.realchange.org /bauer.htm   (1158 words)

  
 News from Agape Press
Bauer also points out that CNN -- the same network that deliberately downplayed the brutality of dictator Saddam Hussein so as not to damage their access to Baghdad -- has become what he describes as "a non-stop media frenzy machine" on the prison abuse scandal.
And Bauer apparently is not content at stopping there, taking the opportunity to accuse Capitol Hill lawmakers of spewing forth what he calls "record levels" of hypocrisy.
According to Bauer, those politicians' calls for the resignation of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld are a smokescreen of sorts.
headlines.agapepress.org /archive/5/112004g.asp   (847 words)

  
 The Strait Scoop by Bevin Chu
Gary Bauer has been running belatedly on Ronald Reagan's coattails, positioning himself as the heir to Reagan's legacy, never passing up an opportunity to remind America he was Reagan's domestic policy advisor.
Gary Bauer's "American values" are insidiously un-American, that is unless we consider the Communist Party, USA's values "American." Self-styled super patriot Bauer unwittingly demonstrates how far modern Americans have strayed from the path laid out by our Founding Fathers a mere two centuries ago.
If Gary Bauer is the least bit curious about what a principled foreign policy grounded in authentic American values would look like, he need look no further than George Washington's Farewell Address of 1796, a treasure trove of the most astute foreign policy advice a great patriot ever bequeathed his nation.
www.antiwar.com /chu/c110599.html   (2130 words)

  
 Gary Bauer - Republican Presidential Candidate - Christ-Centered Mall
Gary Bauer, a conservative activist, worked in the Reagan White House, but is better known for his frequent pundit-show appearances and work with the Family Research Council.
Bauer favors what he calls family-friendly tax reform, with a flat rate of 16 percent.
Bauer vows to protect and defend the right to bear arms, and says he is alarmed by the growing encroachment of government of this individual freedom.
www.christcenteredmall.com /news/politics/Republican-Race/bauer-profile.htm   (442 words)

  
 Campaign for Working Families
Campaign for Working Families Chairman Gary Bauer today offered his congratulations to Justice Samuel Alito and his wife, Martha Ann, and emphasized why it is so important for values voters to remain engaged in the political process.
Former Presidential candidate Gary Bauer said that the decision late Thursday by a federal judge to strike down the Nebraska marriage amendment was "evidence that ultimately only a federal constitutional amendment will protect normal, traditional marriage.
Gary Bauer Warns of the Subversion of Representative Democracy and American Law in "The Tyranny of the Courts"
www.cwfpac.com   (536 words)

  
 Gary Bauer - SourceWatch
Gary L. Bauer founded the Campaign for Working Families (http://www.cwfpac.com/mission.htm) (CWF) in 1996 to "represent the interests and values of America's traditional families in the political arena.
Bauer is currently also president of another organization named American Values (http://www.ouramericanvalues.org/).
Bauer Warns Bush (http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=8851), After Saddam capture, threats from conservatives not to back Geneva.
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Gary_Bauer   (494 words)

  
 Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly . COVER STORY . Gary Bauer . April 17, 1998 | PBS
Gary Bauer has been called everything from the savior of the Republican Party to its biggest menace.
GARY BAUER (Family Research Council): Everything from abortion on demand, to the growing power of the great gay rights movement, to the fact that the culture that comes out of Hollywood and Madison Avenue seem so hostile to average families' values.
BAUER: Popular culture is telling parents that if they love their children, they have to accept their homosexuality.
www.pbs.org /wnet/religionandethics/week133/cover.html   (897 words)

  
 Iowa Straw Poll--Gary Bauer
Although one expects that Bauer's strong pro-life views will allow him to tap into the same social conservative voters who gave Pat Robertson a second place finish in the 1988 Iowa caucuses, he has not run for office before so this will be the first concrete test of his appeal.
Bauer made a number of trips to Iowa in 1998 on behalf of the Family Research Council and for his political action committee, the Campaign for Working Families.
Bauer was one of the big winners of the evening, as his fourth place finish set him ahead of Pat Buchanan, Alan Keyes and Dan Quayle in the battle for the support of social conservatives.
www.gwu.edu /~action/ia0899/ia0899baue.html   (443 words)

  
 Salon Politics2000 | Stalking Gary Bauer
But by the time you read this, Gary Bauer's Iowa offices will probably be deserted, its computers, staffers and fax machines broken up and possibly redistributed among more viable Republican candidates, like, oh, Alan Keyes.
But when I arrived three days before the Iowa Caucuses, the offices of the former Reagan domestic policy advisor and future presidential-election footnote were humming.
I don't want the Bauer people to realize how sick I am, so I'm relieved that they've stuck me in an out-of-the-way cubicle, where unobserved I can allow myself to look as miserable as I feel.
archive.salon.com /politics2000/feature/2000/01/25/bauer   (582 words)

  
 The Stranger | Seattle | News | City | Germ Warfare
While I make calls, I overhear Bauer's press secretary calling reporters and letting them know that Gary will be having a press conference at a cemetery at 3:30 p.m., at the grave of a fetus found in a ditch.
"Gary is having a press conference today at the World War II memorial by the state capitol," Andy tells me when I arrive the next day for my second shift at Bauer 2000 headquarters.
Gary looks up at the cameras and says, "Looks like everything is frozen." He grabs a poster and scribbles on it to get the ink flowing, then signs the picture.
www.thestranger.com /seattle/Content?oid=3092   (1659 words)

  
 Salon News | The long shot
Yet despite a fourth-place showing at the Iowa straw poll in August that suggested he was the emerging Christian conservative candidate to beat, Bauer now trails George W. Bush by 45 percentage points in most national polls and is still struggling to redefine himself as a mainstream candidate.
In fact, Bauer owes his staying power to a core group of evangelical activists who have donated time and money to his campaign.
Bauer's political franchise is built on Christian conservatism, and that's where he's most likely to succeed.
www.salon.com /news/feature/1999/11/08/bauer   (811 words)

  
 Faculty: - Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Professor Bauer practiced law as a criminal defense attorney for several years before being hired as the clinic's Litigation Director, serving in that position 1993-1996.
Prior to law school, Professor Bauer served in the U.S. Air Force as a Captain and navigator-bombardier on B-52's and KC-135's.
Professor Bauer has taught Wills, Trusts and Estates, environmental law and general practice externs, and he currently teaches several clinical courses in the Sixty Plus, Inc., Elderlaw Clinic.
www.cooley.edu /faculty/bauer.htm   (214 words)

  
 Beliefnet.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Gary Bauer is a former Republican candidate for President and chairman of the Campaign for Working Families, a political-action committee.
Bauer served in the Reagan administration for eight years, for the last two as White House chief domestic advisor.
Bauer is the author of “Our Hopes, Our Dreams: A Vision for America” (1996) and “Our Journey Home” (1992) and co-author, with Focus on the Family president and founder Dr. James Dobson, of “Children at Risk: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Kids" (1994).
www.beliefnet.com /author/author_114.html   (360 words)

  
 Gary Bauer; Another Boil on the Butt on America's Politics
Next, Bauer again shows his complete disrespect for the very laws he once lied about swearing to uphold.
The absolute stupidity of such nonsense is exposed when one remembers that this same tenet hung in many southern courts that sentenced thousands of fl men to death for being unable to find an attorney that would even attempt to prove that they hadn't raped a white woman.
Gary, old boy, it isn't the mythical words of some unproven God that will change the mean spirited and lethal attitudes of this world.
www.anotherperspective.org /advoc293.html   (686 words)

  
 Handwriting Analysis for Gary Bauer
A self-starter, Gary is quick to recognize opportunities and take the initiative when he sees an opening.
Gary is a peace-lover who prefers to negotiate a settlement when there is disagreement, rather than fight it out, if that is a possibility.
Gary's strong drive for achievement and a need to set his own agenda suggest an entrepreneurial spirit that will blossom and flourish with the slightest encouragement.
www.ocampa.com /analysis/candidates/bauer.html   (1153 words)

  
 The Independent: News & Triangles: Features: Stalking Gary Bauer
Gary's remarks were mercifully brief, and as he stepped away from the podium, I stepped toward him, holding my photograph.
Gary looked up at the cameras and said, "Looks like everything is frozen." He grabbed a poster and scribbled on it to get the ink flowing, then signed the picture.
I had been a Bauer man all weekend, but last night I attended a Keyes rally--just to see what all the fuss was about--and I was really moved by the things he had to say.
indyweek.com /durham/2000-02-09/cover2.html   (3171 words)

  
 Members Of The Bauer Family, From Left, Bauer Garyenna Sansing, Aubrey
Gary Bauer offered this take Terri Schiavo's death: It is entirely possible that in her death Terri Schiavo will become a symbol for many people about a disturbing trend in American culture.
Gary Bauer, who I always thought of as being from the dark side of the GOP, actually writes something that I wholeheartedly agree with.
Gary Bauer Trucking of Leeper was awarded a $33,885 contract to provide 2,400 tons of various limestones.
bauergary.fiefgary.com   (1396 words)

  
 Gary Bauer - Reviews on RateItAll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Bauer is the type who like to push a certain brand of Christianity up people's throats and that's simply the wrong way to minister to people.
Bauer is essentially a Johnny One Note alarmist who has no use for the separation of church and state and wants to shove his mutant Christian morality down everybody else's throat.
Bauer should shut his ignorant trap and actually do something that benefits the children we have living in the world already instead of manipulating programmed religious nonthinkers and wasting the time of everybody else by incessantly pushing hot button issues and coming up with no plausible solutions or answers.
www.rateitall.com /i-12244-gary-bauer.aspx   (949 words)

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