Archive for June 3rd, 2013

Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD)

Rep. Noem’s Sexual Assault Prevention Provisions Advance

Rep. Kristi Noem, a member of the House Armed Services Committee, today announced the three proposals she recently introduced to address sexual assault in our nation’s armed forces will be voted on this week as part of the annual defense authorization bill, which sets policy for our nation’s military.

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President Obama

Manipulating the Obama Scandals

President Obama’s masterful orations sway audiences with almost a messiah like appeal. It is not so much the substance of his speaking but rather his magnetic draw which seems to encompass a spell like or manipulative quality. Ergo, since his delight and reliance upon these skills is obvious, it would not be a far reach to suggest that this trained “organizer” could and would come to rely upon other manipulative schemes promising success. As recent events have come to light, this certainly seems to be the case.

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Why Is Christianity Losing in America?

Why Is Christianity Losing in America?

To think that Christianity is thriving in America simply ignores the obvious and overwhelming facts of our times.he church in America today has also drifted from its biblical mission and the result has been a church largely divorced from its kingdom purposes and therefore increasingly irrelevant to people living in the real world. At the heart of our present dilemma is our diminished understanding of the gospel, namely the gospel of the kingdom.

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Colion Noir Debunks Shameful Obama Anti-Gun Tactics

Colion Noir Debunks Shameful Obama Anti-Gun Tactics

NRA News Commentator Colion Noir fires back at the president for using emotion and tragedy to coerce the public into letting the government attack their Second Amendment rights. This is a good video. It shows why liberal policy on the Second Amendment is “Ready, Fire, Aim!”

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Mike Passio being arrested for exercising "free" speech near Independence Hall

Arrested for Free Speech Exercise Near Independence Hall

On May 18, activist Mark Passio and his wife, Barb Marinelli, were arrested and handcuffed for distributing “End the Fed” literature near Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Penn. by federal park rangers. The shocking incident was caught on video.

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Poll: More Religious Influence Would be Positive

Poll: More Religious Influence Would be Positive

This video segment from Gallup shows that people believe religion’s influence on American society is on the decline, while simultaneously believing that more religious influence would be positive. No matter how you slice it, in a country that was founded by Christians on Christian principles, it is bad news for religion–especially Christianity–to lose its influence in society.

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Kirkeby Open Government Mailer

Kirkeby Open Government Mailer

This is another mailer that recently went out in the Rapid City mayoral contest between incumbent Mayor Sam Kooiker and challenger Mark Kirkeby, a South Dakota State Senator from District 35. This card highlights Kirkeby’s poor record on open government. Kirkeby’s RINO “supreme being” master and his minions may like keeping the taxpayers and voters in the dark, but the voters and taxpayers usually don’t care much for that.

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Government Officials Should Not Be Allowed to Plead the Fifth

Government Officials Should Not Be Allowed to Plead the Fifth

On May 21, 2013, Lois Lerner, head of the IRS Exempt Organizations division, refused to answer any questions to Congress and cited her Fifth Amendment rights to justify not answering any questions.Most publicly traded companies fire employees who take the Fifth. These companies are required by SEC law to keep public corporate accounting and have no room or tolerance for secrets. And yet our government does not hold as high a standard. The fact is that public employees may have greater Fifth Amendment rights than financial advisors.

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Signing of the Constitution, Gemälde von ca. 1860-1870

Is the Necessary and Proper Clause either Necessary or Proper?

Americans from all walks of life watch in stunned disbelief as the Federal Government on steroids swallows the economy, health care, the financial system, major manufacturing, the insurance industry, and anything else that doesn’t move fast enough to get out of the way. Can the States themselves be far behind? How did this come about? How did a government born in the shackles provided by a written constitution designed to limit its power swell into the all-powerful OZ?

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Korean War Veteran to Speak on June 8th

Korean War Veteran to Speak on June 8th

Lt . Col. Lester Snyder (USAF ret) will visually present his Korean War bombing experiences in B-26s on Saturday, June 8, 2013, at the Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, 9-11 am.  He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.  The event is sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group, where Snyder’s stories from World War II and Korea are collected at battlestory.org.

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