Archive for August 20th, 2012

When Are You Going to Stop…

When Are You Going to Stop…

So you stopped eating at Chick-fil-A because the owner of the company thinks that homosexuality is wrong…

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Justice Coming in South Dakota

Justice Coming in South Dakota

Justice may finally be done soon on one of the convicted murderers in South Dakota’s penitentiary. In the next couple of months, state authorities are looking to execute Eric Robert, he murderer of a prison guard, and Donald Moeller, who abducted, raped and killed a 9-year-old girl 22 years ago.

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Study: Liberals Least Likely to Help the Poor

Study: Liberals Least Likely to Help the Poor

Liberals are the least likely to help the poor. That’s the inescapable conclusion of this new study: states where people participate in religion at a high rate are also the most generous; conversely, the least generous states are also the least religious. Importantly, nine of the ten least generous states voted for Obama in 2008.

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Report on Religious Hostility in America

Report on Religious Hostility in America

The Family Research Council and Liberty Institute held a press conference and released a report called ‘Survey of Religious Hostility in America,’ which shows more than 600 attacks on religious freedom in America, most of which have occurred in the last 10 years. The attacks on religious freedom documented in the report are categorized into three types: attacks in the public arena, attacks in public education, and attacks on churches and ministries.

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Obama Campaign: It’s Getting Ugly

Obama Campaign: It’s Getting Ugly

The airwaves are overrun with Obama ads saying all sorts of bad things about Mitt Romney and making some incredible claims about the current president’s budget plans for the future. Two of these claims just scream for correction, one because it has disastrous consequences for those who might run for the office in the future, and the other because it is not just wrong, but laughably so.

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America: Nothing is Ever New Under the Sun

America: Nothing is Ever New Under the Sun

My friends, NOTHING is EVER new under the sun! ABSOLUTELY NOTHING (Eccl. 1)! Whether conservative unbelief or liberal unbelief (politically or religiously), unbelief is unbelief, is unbelief, is unbelief! If it quacks like an unbelieving duck, and walks like an unbelieving duck, it is an unbelieving duck! It was so in Jesus day and it is so in our day!

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Paul Ryan

Paul Ryanomics

Mitt Romney’s recent announcement of Paul Ryan as his running mate makes this election even more about government spending, programs and taxes. Ryan is the primary author of the Republican-led House’s 2013 budget proposal. Consider these five proposals to evaluate Romney’s wisdom in selecting him.

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Education is the Foundation of the Future

Education is the Foundation of the Future

Have you ever asked yourself, “How can Progressives like President Obama hate America? How can anyone who was raised in the most free and prosperous society in the History of the world believe America is an imperialistic power and the source of evil?” If we can’t understand our adversary, we may defeat them, but we will never know what it is that motivated them. This lack of understanding leaves us open to assault by the same forces in the future.

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Keeping medical personnel in South Dakota’s small towns reaching epidemic proportions

Keeping medical personnel in South Dakota’s small towns reaching epidemic proportions

The problem: Getting and keeping needed medical personnel in the state’s and nation’s small towns has become very difficult over the past several years. A solution? The South Dakota Legislature has recognized this for some time and came up with a possible solution during its last session, a bonus to those personnel who stay for three years. Is this a big enough carrot to hold them?

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Statue of Francis Ashbury (Photo credit: Jim.Henderson)

Our Government Rests Upon Religion

300,000 miles on horseback, from the Atlantic to the Appalachians, from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico, for 45 years, he spread the Gospel. This was Francis Asbury, Methodist Circuit riding preacher who was born AUGUST 20, 1745. Francis Asbury befriended Richard Bassett, a signer of the U.S. Constitution, who converted to being a Methodist, freed his slaves, paid them as hired labor and rode joyfully with them to revival meetings.

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