Archive for October 27th, 2012

Americans Hung Out to Dry in Benghazi

Americans Hung Out to Dry in Benghazi

By now, hopefully you have heard about how the Obama Administration denied requests from our people under attack in Benghazi last month for assistance. If you haven’t, this news report spells out how this incompetent administration hung our people out to dry–repeatedly denying requests for armed assistance.

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The True Heart of President Obama

The True Heart of President Obama

When it comes right down to it, President Obama is lawless in the majority of ALL his doings. Behind that media crafted image of compassion, godless euphemisms and great intellect, lies a godless, cold, vindictive, narcissistic relativist and reprobate only interested in destroying anything that has to do with the laws of nature and of nature’s God. President Obama is anti constitutional, anti founding fathers, anti morality, anti life, anti conservative, anti business, anti capitalist, anti Judeo/ Christian values, anti Bible and thus anti Almighty God.

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Execution Date Set for Convicted Murderer Donald Moeller

Execution Date Set for Convicted Murderer Donald Moeller

In accordance with South Dakota Codified Law 23A-27A-17, Doug Weber, Director of Prison Operations and Warden of the South Dakota State Penitentiary, has set the date and time for the execution of Inmate Donald Moeller as Tuesday, October 30, 2012, at approximately 10:00 p.m. CDT.

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The Video of Disgust:  A Second Term for the Obama?

The Video of Disgust: A Second Term for the Obama?

Reaction to the recent video by Lena Dunham for Obama entitled “Your First Time” has been widely reported on. Of course, anyone reacting badly to the supposed “cutesy” ad is considered over-reacting by the lib nation of extremism. How dare anyone consider that self-respect, dignity and morals get in the way of a little fun, even when we are talking a presidential campaign and the standards of our nation? Heaven forbid.

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USS Ronald Reagan

American Leadership Must be Strong, Principled

We live in interesting times. Stemming from the misapprehension that America is morally obligated to insure the so-called democratic freedoms of Libyans, we hastened to support their civil war. And when Gaddafi was brutally and mercilessly murdered, our giddy Secretary of State casually gloated, “We came, we saw, he died.” Less than one year later, our ambassador and three other Americans were assassinated. So much for meaningful foreign policy.

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Theodore Roosevelt in military uniform, 1898

The Thought of Industry in the Hands of Paganism

His wife and mother died on Valentine’s Day, 1884. Depressed, he left to ranch in the Dakotas. Returning to New York, he entered politics and rose to Assistant Secretary of the Navy. He resigned during the Spanish-American War, organized the first Volunteer Cavalry, “the Rough Riders,” and captured Cuba’s San Juan Hill. Elected Vice-President under William McKinley, he became America’s youngest President in 1901. This was Theodore Roosevelt, born OCTOBER 27, 1858.

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Ben Carson on America’s education challenge

Ben Carson on America’s education challenge

In the midst of the third presidential debate in Florida, which was supposedly about foreign policy, President Barack Obama interjected a few words about American education. The rationale was not unreasonable. A better-educated America will be a better-performing and more internationally competitive America. Unfortunately, as is so often the case with politicians, what we hear sounds so logical, so compelling. If only it had anything to do with reality.

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