Archive for February 7th, 2012

South Dakota ‘Republicans’ Opt Against Fiscal, Personal Responsibility

South Dakota ‘Republicans’ Opt Against Fiscal, Personal Responsibility

Two bills dealing with drug testing of welfare recipients were heard–and killed–in committee in the “Republican” controlled South Dakota House of Representatives today. One dealt primarily with Medicaid recipients suspected of using illegal drugs, and the other dealt with TANF recipients suspected of using illegal drugs. Heaven forbid we expect government bureaucrats to grow a spin, act responsibly and require those receiving government largess they did not earn to behave responsibly.

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Prop 8 Defenders Will Appeal Judicial Activism from 9th Circuit

Prop 8 Defenders Will Appeal Judicial Activism from 9th Circuit

Defenders of marriage in California will appeal Tuesday’s ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit that upheld a district judge’s decision against the state’s constitutional amendment protecting marriage. The ProtectMarriage.com legal defense team, including Alliance Defense Fund attorneys, expressed no surprise that the lawsuit over the amendment, which protects marriage as the union of one man and one woman, would progress beyond the three-judge 9th Circuit panel as has been long predicted by parties on both sides.

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The RIGHT Clint Eastwood Halftime Superbowl Ad

The RIGHT Clint Eastwood Halftime Superbowl Ad

You’re probably familiar with the thinly-veiled pro-Obama ad done by Clint Eastwood during the Superbowl. Rush Limbaugh played another version of the ad on his show today–the version someone of Eastwood’s tough caliber should have done.

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Report Identifies 12 Types of Potential Fraud by Planned Parenthood

Report Identifies 12 Types of Potential Fraud by Planned Parenthood

The Alliance Defense Fund Tuesday officially made public its report to Congress identifying waste, abuse, and potential fraud by Planned Parenthood affiliates across the nation that may amount to multiple millions of dollars in wasted taxpayer money. ADF attorneys prepared the report to aid Congress in its investigation of the abortion giant. The Susan B. Anthony List has partnered with ADF on the effort.

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Battle for Marriage is Center Stage in New Hampshire

Battle for Marriage is Center Stage in New Hampshire

The defenders of marriage are gearing up for a huge battle in the state of New Hampshire.  Mass Resistance reported that the Democrat-controlled state legislature forced homosexual “marriage” on the state back in 2009, in spite of strong public opposition.  As a result, the Democrats were thrown out of office in the next election.  Now, New Hampshire has a strong Republican majority in both chambers of the legislature, although their Democrat governor managed to be reelected.  The Republicans have the numbers to override the governor’s veto, should they choose to muster the courage.

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South Dakota Legislative Update, Feb. 7, 2012

South Dakota Legislative Update, Feb. 7, 2012

American Clarion has been monitoring a number of bills that recieved action yesterday including changes to the state flag, the statute of limitations on sex abuse cases, education, health care, minimum wage, education, and HIV testing. Action is pending on bills concerning drug testing of welfare recipients, childhood immunizations, health insurance, a health care compact, Second Amendment rights and more.

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If You’ve Ever Wondered Why…

If You’ve Ever Wondered Why…

If you’ve ever wondered why Americans elected an America-hating Marxist to be president…If you’ve ever wondered why we have $15 TRILLION in debt…If you’ve ever wondered why it seems a bunch of idiots or escapees from an insane asylum are running our country…and many more hard-to-comprehend things about our country, the answers to all your questions will be found here.

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Knowledge is the Pathway from Slavery to Freedom

Knowledge is the Pathway from Slavery to Freedom

Frederick Baily was born around FEBRUARY 7, 1817, though no accurate records exist, as he was a slave. Around 12 years old, his master’s sister-in-law taught him to read, despite this being against the law. Voraciously reading newspapers, books, and a publication titled “The Columbian Orator,” Frederick is noted as saying “knowledge is the pathway from slavery to freedom.” He later became known as Frederick Douglass.

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