Archive for October 11th, 2013

Sports Fans, Choose: The ‘Big Game’ or Your Freedom?

Sports Fans, Choose: The ‘Big Game’ or Your Freedom?

Sports fans, I have a question for you: What was the score to last week’s football game between your favorite teams? Or how about last week’s score between your favorite baseball teams? Next, I ask you, have you been paying attention to the fact that America is under attack on a daily basis by this administration both from within and from without, through foreign infiltration, corruption and chaos at every turn?

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South Dakota Public Hunting Land Re-Opened

South Dakota Public Hunting Land Re-Opened

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has announced today that Waterfowl Production Area lands closed as part of the federal government shutdown have now been re-opened effective immediately. Lifting the closure on WPAs opens more land available during South Dakota’s resident-only pheasant season Oct. 12-14, open only on public hunting land. The traditional statewide pheasant season will open on Oct. 19.

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South Dakota Re-opens Mount Rushmore

South Dakota Re-opens Mount Rushmore

South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard announced this afternoon that he has reached an agreement with the National Park Service to re-open Mount Rushmore for the duration of the federal government shutdown. The National Park Service will charge the state $15,200 per day to operate the monument. The monument will re-open Monday morning at 8 a.m. MDT.

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Leftists Infiltrate Values Voter Summit, Heckle Senator Cruz

Leftists Infiltrate Values Voter Summit, Heckle Senator Cruz

As the Values Voter Summit got underway in Washington D.C. this morning, some of the Leftists who usually infiltrate the gathering of Christian conservatives engaged in their childish attempts to disrupt Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his speech. He didn’t let it stop him, though.

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Photos: Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell

Photos: Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell

My family and I recently visited Philadelphia and saw the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, located on the same block as each other; there is also an informative Constitution Center across the street from both which highlights the U.S. Constitution. What an incredible feeling it was to stand inside that room, the birthplace of the greatest nation in history!

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What is Non-Essential?

What is Non-Essential?

Only 17% of the Federal employees are non-essential?!? This highlights Obama’s biggest fear–that people won’t notice how much they don’t rely on government and don’t rely on him. Join Bill Whittle as he chides the Park Service and exposes Obama as a temper-tantrum President.

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