Archive for April 12th, 2012

Quote of the Day: Weaponizing Women

Quote of the Day: Weaponizing Women

In the third hour of the Rush Limbaugh Show today, the host gave us today’s Quote of the Day. A female caller was talking about how the Left routinely calls women who choose to be a housewife and/or stay-at-home mother “stupid” or “ignorant” and “it’s as if you suddenly lost all of your intelligence.” She said that she could not believe that people who really believe in women could stand by and let this happen. Rush then explained what feminism is really all about.

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SD Transportation Officials Seek Public Input

SD Transportation Officials Seek Public Input

The South Dakota Department of Transportation, in collaboration with Pennington County, will hold public open houses as part of the Connecting Hills and Plains Study (CHAPS) to gather public input for help in developing the Pennington County Master Transportation Plan. CHAPS will address a full range of transportation options and issues, including pedestrian, bicycle, transit, freight, and automobile.

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GOP Now More About Dividing Spoils Than Positive Governance

GOP Now More About Dividing Spoils Than Positive Governance

Richard Viguerie’s latest really nails what is going on in the Republican Party and how the party establishment was Hell-bent on shoving a liberal RINO down our throats while demonizing any candidate who even came close to authentically representing Republican values.

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211 Helpline Center Releases Community Trends Report

211 Helpline Center Releases Community Trends Report

The Helpline Center released its 2011 Community Trends report today, providing insight into the needs of area residents and the ability of local organizations to help meet those needs. The Helpline Center connects Black Hills area residents to non-profit, social service and government agencies through its 211 phone line 24 hours a day when they need financial assistance, health care options, mental health care, substance abuse providers, support groups and more.

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Additional ‘Mischief’ Exposed

Additional ‘Mischief’ Exposed

How to explain to “the man on the street” that a candidate challenging the leader drops out while two other non factors remain undaunted? I mean, Senator Santorum, with 281 delegates and with the Pennsylvania primary just two weeks away, concedes to a “leader” who has averaged only 41% support. Meanwhile, Gingrich vows to continue to the convention while amassing a meager 135 delegates. How can that be satisfactorily explained?

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Help Me To Listen

Help Me To Listen

It is a well-known fact that young people really know what’s happening, while old people are lost in a time-warp of their past. For example, take the issue of “gay” marriage. The au courant generation bases its position on the assumption that refusing to recognize same-sex marriage is a denial of equal rights, while those of us steeped in traditional morals make the assumption that homosexuality is a sin and that marriage is designed for the propagation of children and the inculcation of values that hold society together. So, how does society connect two such divergent life views? How do we communicate?

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Lying Black Leaders Tout Highway to Hell

Lying Black Leaders Tout Highway to Hell

We are still seeing the most ridiculous reaction to the killing in Florida of the black teenager, Trayvon Martin, by the neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman, who claims to have been acting in self-defense. The disgusting overreaction by race-baiting black leaders is grossly irrational, because these people are calling for violence and working their followers up into a senseless frenzy over this single incident of what does appear to be legitimate self-defense by Zimmerman, while at the same time they ignore the epidemic scourge of black on black murders that plagues this nation.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Saving $800

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Saving $800

On April 10, 2012, I received a note and medical bill from a senior citizen client of this insurance agency. The 81 year old woman is from Hammond, Indiana. Her note said in part, ”I never pay anything for my medical procedures. I already met my Medicare deductible for 2012. Can you help me with this bill for $790.99?”

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Driven Upon One’s Knees

Driven Upon One’s Knees

Less than two months after Lincoln was inaugurated President, the Civil War began APRIL 12, 1861, with Confederate troops in Charleston, South Carolina, firing upon Fort Sumter. President Lincoln confided to Noah Brooks: “I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go.”

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