33 Facts About Gary Bauer


Gary Lee Bauer was born on May 4,1946 and is an American civil servant, activist, and former political candidate.


Gary Bauer served in President Ronald Reagan's administration as Under Secretary of Education and Chief Domestic Policy Advisor, and later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family, both conservative Christian organizations.


Gary Bauer is known for his advocacy of religious liberty, support for Israel, and his dedication to electing conservative candidates to Congress.


Currently, Gary Bauer is president of the advocacy organization American Values.


Gary Bauer was born in Covington, Kentucky, and was reared in Newport, Kentucky, in a working-class family, the son of Elizabeth "Betty" and Stanley Rynolds Bauer, a laborer.


Gary Bauer received a bachelor's degree from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky, in 1968 and a JD degree from Georgetown University in 1973.


Gary Bauer then took a position as the director of government relations for the Direct Mail Marketing Association, from 1973 to 1980.

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Gary Bauer served as a Deputy Under Secretary for Planning and Budget in the United States Department of Education, from 1982 to 1987, and as an advisor on domestic policy from 1987 to 1988.


Gary Bauer served as the president of the Family Research Council from 1988 to 1999.


Gary Bauer resigned from this position to run for the Republican Party nomination for President of the United States.


Gary Bauer left the race after the primaries in February 2000.


Gary Bauer serves on the Executive Board of Christians United for Israel, a lobby group headed by John Hagee.


Gary Bauer was one of the signers of the Statement of Principles of Project for the New American Century on June 3,1997.


Gary Bauer serves on the board of the Emergency Committee for Israel.


Gary Bauer currently serves as the president of American Values.


Gary Bauer is married to the former Carol Hoke, and lives in Virginia.


Gary Bauer is in support of repealing laws that allow abortion.


Gary Bauer wants to cut funding for Planned Parenthood and do away with any US aid for organizations that provide or advise abortions.


Gary Bauer opposes cloning and embryonic stem cell research, but supports adult stem cell research.


Gary Bauer wants to remove from the tax code all economic disincentives to marry.


Gary Bauer believes that America should advance and protect freedom worldwide and "bring the message of freedom to the Arab world".


Gary Bauer supports enforcing all laws against illegal immigration and that all immigrants should learn English and US traditions.


Gary Bauer thinks that government should not set a minimum wage.


Gary Bauer has stated that corporations should serve the US as well as their shareholders, and has occasionally been critical of the World Trade Organization.


Gary Bauer announced his presidential campaign in April 1999, running on a platform built mostly upon social issues such as abortion.

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Gary Bauer endorsed John McCain when he pulled out of the race in February 2000.


When Gary Bauer took his turn, he tossed his pancake too high and, trying to follow it, fell off the back of the stage, disappearing through a blue curtain.


Gary Bauer emerged, unhurt, with no pancake and no pan.


Gary Bauer then flipped and caught a pancake without falling on his second attempt.


Gary Bauer co-hosted a talk radio show with former Jerusalem Post CEO and President Tom Rose from March 2006 to March 2007 on WMET, a Washington, DC metropolitan area radio station.


Gary Bauer is a frequent guest on many conservative talk-radio programs across the country.


Gary and Tom have been co-hosts on SiriusXM Patriot Channel 125 Bauer and Rose Show for 9 years and their popular show ended April 9,2017 with Tom Rose taking a position in the White House as assistant and adviser to Vice President Pence.


In November 2009, Gary Bauer signed an ecumenical statement known as the "Manhattan Declaration" calling on evangelical, Catholic and Orthodox Christians not to comply with rules and laws which they claim would compel participation in or blessing of abortion, same-sex marriage and other matters that go against their religious consciences.