Archive for May, 2013

Memorial Day is Every Day

Memorial Day is Every Day

America just celebrated an extended weekend for Memorial Day, saying thank you to those who sacrificed their all for the freedoms Americans now walk in. What makes America strong is the fact that we are “one nation under God.” How can anyone overlook this when we see God by His Spirit, through man, unify us through unhappy and oftentimes painful circumstances?

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An All-of-the-Above Approach

An All-of-the-Above Approach

The price of a gallon of gas near my home in rural Hamlin County is well over $4.00. In a state like South Dakota, where families often drive long distances to ball games or into town for church or groceries, rising gas prices can have a significant impact on a family’s or business’s bottom line.

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Republicans Continue to Implement ObamaCare

Republicans Continue to Implement ObamaCare

As Republican leaders seem to calculate every legislative move based on a desire to “expand” the base, if they are not careful they might find they are standing on no base at all. Instead, they should look to the majority of Republican governors that are actually standing against implementing Obamacare who are neither enacting state exchanges nor expanding the Medicaid rolls.

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The ‘Science’ of Abortion

The ‘Science’ of Abortion

The Left usually worships science…or what it likes to call “science.” But that’s what it really comes down to, doesn’t it? What the Left worships as “science” isn’t really science at all, but is rather convenient conjecture, assumption and emotionalism pimped out as “science.” Check out this amazing video of pro-abortionists at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO trash-talking science and running from it in a last-ditch effort to convince people to support abortion.

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The High Cost of Amnesty

The High Cost of Amnesty

This is a simple but compelling argument from the Heritage Foundation’s Robert Rector, explaining some of the reasons why the proposed amnesty legislation in the U.S. Senate is a bad idea. Paying for socialism for our own people is killing us and driving us to bankruptcy; we certainly can’t afford to support millions of lawbreakers who came to our country illegally, too.

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Evolutionists Continue to Use Debunked Props

Evolutionists Continue to Use Debunked Props

This edition of Creation Magazine Live looks at some of the exposed and debunked fraudulent props evolutionists have been using for years to fool people into believing evolution is a viable scientific theory. One of those is the fake drawings of Ernst Haeckel which was supposed to make us think all organisms are evolved from the same source via the use of fabricated drawings of fetuses of different organisms which look the same…but actually don’t look like Haeckel’s drawings at all.

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Big Oil vs. Big Apple

Big Oil vs. Big Apple

Apple executives were recently chided in front of a Congressional committee because they took advantage of tax loopholes. Who’s to blame for the fact that Apple paid an effective tax rate of 9.8 percent? Apple executives should have brought mirrors for all the members of Congress. Can you blame them for taking advantage of the current tax code?

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IRS Rules Point to D.C., Not Cincinnati

IRS Rules Point to D.C., Not Cincinnati

An Americans for Limited Government review of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) revenue procedures has revealed that the Determinations Unit responsible for targeting tea party and other groups applying for tax-exempt status was required to send certain applications to the Exempt Organizations (EO) Technical office based in Washington, D.C. for special scrutiny.

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Senator John Thune (R-SD)

Thune: Republican War on Republicans Helps Democrats

In an interview with the Sioux Falls Argus Leader, Senator John Thune (R-SD) said, “When Republicans end up going to war with Republicans, it often leads to Democrats getting elected.” I hope the liberals infesting the Republican Party were listening, because it also naturally follows that “when Republicans end up going to war with Republican principles, it often leads to Democrats getting elected.”

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The Ordinary Becomes Courageous

The Ordinary Becomes Courageous

There was a time not too long ago when America prayed–prayed in so many circumstances, because we were a people who acknowledged God as the author not only of our rights but of our very country and our way of life. I’m not that old (yet) and I remember praying in elementary school before lunch in the cafeteria. Nowadays, secularists insist everyone render obeissance to their religion of contempt against God.

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