Archive for February 24th, 2012

Seven States Sue Feds Over Religious Freedom Assault

Seven States Sue Feds Over Religious Freedom Assault

Not only are several religious organizations fighting back against President Barack Obama’s ObamaCare assault on religious freedom, now seven states are filing a lawsuit against the federal government. While a number of the “Republicans” in the South Dakota Legislature leave a lot to be desired, Attorney General Marty Jackley seems to be a good servant of the people. Hopefully he will lead the charge to have South Dakota join these other states in protecting freedom for ALL Americans.

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Judge Excuses Violence by a Muslim Against an Atheist

Judge Excuses Violence by a Muslim Against an Atheist

Many Americans have been worried about the encroachment of Islamic Shariah law in the United States for some time now. It is already beginning to dominate many Western countries in Europe, and is starting to make disturbing inroads in the United States. Now a judge in Pennsylvania has let off a Muslim who assaulted an atheist who was exercising his First Amendment right to freedom of expression.

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Chains for the Mischief

Chains for the Mischief

Thomas Jefferson once pointed to the Constitution as the “chains” which could bind those entrusted with power from mischief. Just what is controlling the Presidential selection process? And what of this recent talk of quickly drafting a Jeb Bush if Romney falters? What makes Santorum so undesirable to the Republican higher ups? Could it be his Constitutional message? Again, Jefferson’s “mischief” reappears.

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Obama Has Already Lost, and Doesn’t Even Know It

Obama Has Already Lost, and Doesn’t Even Know It

Barack Obama is a lame duck President already, but probably doesn’t realize it since he is surrounded by leftist zealots who insulate him from any contrary opinions and shielded by the partisan mainstream media. Obama has little chance on winning in November, but this does not stop the mainstream media from selling the message that he has a chance, and because many voters are uninformed and can still be influenced by the constant media spin.

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Remember the Alamo

Remember the Alamo

The Battle of the Alamo began FEBRUARY 24, 1836, when General Santa Ana’s 3,000 troops attacked 189 Texans and Tejanos at San Antonio. In 13 days, all defenders were killed, including William Travis, Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie. The Battle of the Alamo was a pivotal stepping-stone on the way to the Republic of Texas, and eventually the State of Texas.

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