Archive for October 23rd, 2013

Ted Cruz and the 13 Minute Standing Ovation

Ted Cruz and the 13 Minute Standing Ovation

Texas Senator Ted Cruz is as beloved by conservatives as he is reviled by liberals in both the Democrat and “Republican” Parties. When Cruz came home to Texas last weekend, he was met by 750 Texans in San Antonio who gave him an 8-minute standing ovation. However, he received an even longer (13 minutes) ovation in Arlington on Monday.

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The Idea of a Third Party Alternative to the GOP

The Idea of a Third Party Alternative to the GOP

Richard Viguerie at Conservative HQ examines the idea of starting a third party alternative to the RINO-led Republican Party–an idea that has been growing in popularity since the rise of the Tea Party movement four years ago, and even more popular now that the “Republican” leadership in congress has once again caved to Democrats in the fight against ObamaCare. Since even Sean Hannity expressed support for a third party recently, Viguerie felt it was time to address the issue–and rebut it.

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Poll: Few Americans Missed the Federal Government

Poll: Few Americans Missed the Federal Government

Oh, my goodness, the world was on the edge of disaster during the recent government shutdown…or not. Now a Washington Post/ABC poll (not exactly conservative outlets) has found that the vast majority of Americans didn’t miss the federal government during the shutdown.

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How Secure is Your Data on Healthcare.gov?

How Secure is Your Data on Healthcare.gov?

It’s been well-documented that the Obamacare enrollment site Healthcare.gov has been a massive technological failure following its October 1 launch. While the website’s failure has indeed been embarrassing for the administration, the site’s performance shouldn’t be our main concern. The website is an extreme security risk for Americans.

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Rep. Lora Hubbel

Lora Hubbel Announces Run for South Dakota Governor

I was not able to be at former South Dakota Rep. Lora Hubbel’s announcement in Rapid City yesterday of her run for governor in 2014, but the Rapid City Journal and other media outlets covered it. Among the reasons Hubbel mentioned for running are several areas where Gov. Daugaard has betrayed Republican values, including his facilitation of ObamaCare in South Dakota.

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The Politics of Unbelief: Who Will Hear?

The Politics of Unbelief: Who Will Hear?

What is REAL and REALITY today in American politics? Well… that a good question, but in all honesty who will really hear ETERNAL REALITY?? The common denominator however across the American political spectrum is the rejection of Almighty God’s Heavenly summons to repent and to be saved. Will the Left hear Almighty God’s Heavenly summons? NO… not at all. Will the Moderates hear?? No… they will not! They are confusion themselves. Will the conservatives hear? Tragically, the majority of them will not.

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CitizenLink Report on Common Core

CitizenLink Report on Common Core

CitizenLink provides this report on Common Core educational standards, and some of the reasons why many people are concerned about them. These reasons include the fact that they were developed nationally and not locally, the lack of parental and local involvement in the standards, their heavy-handed implementation, dumbing-down of the standards, etc.

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