Archive for May 11th, 2012

Leftward Leadership in the Republican Party

Leftward Leadership in the Republican Party

The Life and Liberty Group’s website Less Gov recently posted a video of an interview I did with LibertyToday.TV recently on the topic of the liberal leadership from the “Republican” Party in the state House of Representatives. Gordon Howie and I discussed how disappointing it has been to see a Republican super-majority in the South Dakota Legislature…yet several textbook-Republican issues have been blocked by “Republican” leadership.

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A Primer on Counterfeit Marriage

A Primer on Counterfeit Marriage

If you are concerned about the war on marriage and the family but aren’t sure you know enough to be as effective in the fight to protect them as you’d like to be, this 29-minute video is a good primer to take you through some of the major dynamics of the issue. In going through the various facets of the issue, you’ll learn the truth about some of the deceptions homosexual activists and their apologists use to try to fool people–and you’ll learn how you can counter these deceptions to help people understand the truth.

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Twin Attack Dogs of the Left

Twin Attack Dogs of the Left

Here we go America… We have been warning you that things are only going to get worse and we as a nation haven’t seen anything yet as the secular Lefts war on the Right reaches new heights of depravity, double speak and evil euphemisms. The American black family has been decimated by the white secular Left for countless decades and they are under the tyrannical hypnotic spell of the Leftist white masters. These masses are one of the many attack dogs which the Left will let loose on conservatism. The other attack dog in the Lefts cage is the radical gay lobby.

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Who Wrote ‘God Bless America’?

Who Wrote ‘God Bless America’?

The son of a rabbi, he was born MAY 11, 1888. At 4-years-old, he immigrated with his family from Russia to New York. Falling in love with America, he served as a U.S. infantry sergeant in World War I. He later wrote some of the nation’s most popular songs, including: “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “White Christmas” and “God Bless America,” the royalties of which he gave to the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Who was he? Irving Berlin, who in 1945 received the Army’s Medal of Merit from President Truman.

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