Archive for May 23rd, 2012

Alert: Governor Endorsing Pro-Abortion Candidates!

Alert: Governor Endorsing Pro-Abortion Candidates!

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard just endorsed two pro-abortion state Senators. It’s highly unusual for a Republican Governor to get involved in Republican Primary Elections, supporting one Republican over another. The South Dakota Republican Party just condemned that kind of action by any party official. But that hasn’t stopped Daugaard from choosing Republican candidates who oppose the Right to Life!

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2008: A Mistake Corrected

2008: A Mistake Corrected

What will be the results when confronting the Tea Party’s effective appeal with the determined efforts from Obama to “fundamentally transform America” into a socialist state? Given the nature of red blooded Americans, the outcome should be elementary. Already, the signs are inescapable. One need only look to Indiana and Nebraska. The Tea Party has gone RINO hunting, and will soon be going after socialists in the general election.

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Obama Plays Keystone Cops over Religious Freedom Attack

Obama Plays Keystone Cops over Religious Freedom Attack

Catholic organizations across the country have filed more than a dozen lawsuits (in addition to those already filed several weeks ago) against the attack on religious freedom being perpetrated by ObamaCare. When the Obama Administration launched this assault, they thought they were launching a war over contraception…not realizing they had the gun pointed backwards and were launching an attack on the First Amendment and religious freedom–the freedom that the earliest settlers of American left Europe and came here to get.

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Economic and Biblical Perspective on Income Inequality

Economic and Biblical Perspective on Income Inequality

The Institute for Faith, Work and Economics released a report yesterday entitled, “Why Does Income Inequality Exist? An Economic and Biblical Explanation” by Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley, Vice President of Economic Initiatives at IFWE. The report contains some interesting observations on why some people have greater incomes than others…and whether this is fair and moral.

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Medicine in the Nanny State

Medicine in the Nanny State

Most people are familiar with the old adage that says “the hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.” Originally the refrain of a poem honoring motherhood, today this phrase is perhaps more applicable to the omnipresent hand of the modern nanny state. Think of the Obama campaign’s cradle-to-grave welfare avatar “Julia” and you get an idea of just how pervasive the idea of government involvement in virtually every aspect of life has become.

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Kit Carson Home and Museum in Taos, NM (Photo credit: Billy Hathorn)

Last of the Great Scouts

Fur trapper, Indian agent, and soldier was Kit Carson. Kit Carson’s exploits west of the Mississippi were as famous as Daniel Boone’s east. In January of 1868, Kit Carson was appointed superintendent of Indian Affairs in Colorado. Though suffering severe breathing difficulty, he brought Ute Indian Chiefs to Washington, DC., to arrange a treaty.

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