• Oklahoma’s Senator Nathan Dahm: ‘The Hell-Hound of Abortion’

    Oklahoma Senator Nathan Dahm is likely to override a veto of Governor Mary Fallin who rejected a bill that would make it a felony for anyone to perform an abortion in the state of Oklahoma. This senator’s fearless zeal for life is refreshingly similar to President John Quincy Adams, nicknamed “The Hell-Hound of Slavery” for relentlessly speaking out against slavery.

    Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm
  • On the Issues: Janette McIntyre

    American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Janette McIntyre, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 34 . These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

    Janette McIntyre
  • On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter

    American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to new candidates for the South Dakota Legislature in 2016. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

    On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter
  • Time for Them to Hang Their Heads in Shame

    States have risen to resist the bathroom nonsense and Christian organizations like Family Research Council have collected thousands of signatures from those who are standing in protest. They don’t care that Obama is threatening to stop federal funds to those school districts that do not comply with genderless bathroom policies.

    Time for Them to Hang Their Heads in Shame
  • From the Left: Controlling Language, Controlling the Argument

    One of the keys to leftist success is the manipulation of the language. Moral issues become social issues. The Strategic Defense Initiative became Star Wars as in science fiction. Tax raises become revenue enhancements. If you accept the leftist language distortions, you are accepting the premise of their arguments.

    From the Left: Controlling Language, Controlling the Argument
  • General Boykin: In the Crosshairs of the Left’s War on the American mind

    College is not supposed to be a safe space. It is supposed to be a place where ideas challenge the mind, so the next generation can grow into and be worthy of our national heritage of free thought. Speech should not be feared, but embraced as the inevitable clash of intellects through which students learn how to discern by having their assumptions challenged.

    Lt Gen. Jerry Boykin
  • Dealing With Discouragement

    Is it merely preferable to lament against unregenerate society? Does it enable us to break from our own spiritual progress and dependency?

    Dealing With Discouragement
  • Contrary to Leftist Propaganda, Hitler Wasn’t a Christian

    Yes, there have been evil men who have done evil things in the name of false Christianity. To a limited degree, Adolf Hitler was one such man. Still, and as even he frequently admitted outside the public eye, he was no Christian. Hitler, borrowing from socialist icon Karl Marx, said that all Germans must “free themselves from the drug of Christianity.”

    Contrary to Leftist Propaganda, Hitler Wasn’t a Christian
  • GOPe Outraged by Conservatism, Indifferent to Evil

    The unprincipled, unhinged, and unelectable Trump is clearly the wrong instrument for Republicans’ reckoning, but if the impending disaster ends with the GOP blown away and conservatives free to build a new, principled party on its ruins, there may be a silver lining to this farce yet.

    GOPe Outraged by Conservatism, Indifferent to Evil
  • The Test: Who you would choose for the Next President?

    A letter that is circulating through the Tea Party movement has recently come to my attention and though it is well intended, it is very dangerous when it comes to that in which it is premised upon.

    The Test: Who you would choose for the Next President?

National »

Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm

Oklahoma’s Senator Nathan Dahm: ‘The Hell-Hound of Abortion’

May 24, 2016 at 12:30 pm

Oklahoma Senator Nathan Dahm is likely to override a veto of Governor Mary Fallin who rejected a bill that would make it a felony for anyone to perform an abortion in the...

South Dakota »

Janette McIntyre

On the Issues: Janette McIntyre

May 24, 2016 at 12:19 pm

Incumbent candidates have a voting record upon which we can rely to know whether they will support Republican values and principles if re-elected.  The best indicator of...

RINO Watch »

For Trump, Words Don’t Matter

For Trump, Words Don’t Matter

May 16, 2016 at 8:07 am

If you didn’t already know this, you’re an idiot. But I’ll lay it out anyway, because idiots are dangerous and people need to be warned about idiots and...

International »

‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

‘I’m a Citizen of the World’

April 28, 2016 at 4:01 am

The fool has said, “I am a citizen of the world!” Of course, as fools do, he adjusts the meaning of the word, “citizen” to suit his globalist fantasy. But in the end,...

Election 2016 »

Janette McIntyre

On the Issues: Janette McIntyre

May 24, 2016 at 12:19 pm

Incumbent candidates have a voting record upon which we can rely to know whether they will support Republican values and principles if re-elected.  The best indicator of...

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Photo credit: Ildar Sagdejev

Does Home Depot Oppose Religious Freedom?

At today’s annual meeting of Home Depot shareholders in Atlanta, Georgia, the National Center for Public Policy Research denounced the hardware giant’s affiliation with an activist group that lobbied against Georgia’s effort to protect religious freedom at the state level and asked the hardware giant’s management point-blank: “Does Home Depot oppose religious freedom?”

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Craig Ericks: Defending South Dakota Values

Craig Ericks: Defending South Dakota Values

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Mark DiSanto for Pennington County Commission

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Mulally Standing for Republican Principles

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Let’s Shut Down the Department of Education

Let’s Shut Down the Department of Education

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Soul Segregation: I Can’t Go For That

Soul Segregation: I Can’t Go For That

I remember it well. I was 12 years old and it was my first concert. The sold out crowd at the Brendan Byrne Arena was electric as the perfectly crafted music soared from the stage. The unique brand of engaging sounds was defined by melody and rhythm; but even more importantly, it had soul. In fact, this particular brand of music would be conveniently deemed, “blue eyed soul.”

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Government Transgender Public Schools

Government Transgender Public Schools

Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution clearly defines the powers of the President. You will find absolutely no section that authorizes the president to have any authority, or spend any money from the federal treasury, for school bathrooms or education. He is not the commander-in-chief of the public school bathrooms in America.

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