Category: National

Rapid City legislative crackerbarrel meeting, Jan. 21, 2017

First 2017 Rapid City Legislative Crackerbarrel Meeting

The first legislative crackerbarrel meeting of 2017 in Rapid City was held at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology this morning. Topics discussed included the new crackerbarrel question format, a bill concerning intellectual freedom in education, taxes, Initiated Measure 22, the ballot issue process, and more.

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Warning Rejected,Curse Now in Place!

Warning Rejected,Curse Now in Place!

This is what “the sheep being led to the slaughter” means. America, you are undoing yourselves at every given step by what you tolerate in disobedience to the God so many of you professers claim to love.

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Look Out:  Hysterical Liberals on the Attack

Look Out: Hysterical Liberals on the Attack

It’s amusing watching the hysterical liberals rushing to attack any who disagree (even slightly) with them. They are, after all, the all knowing… the all righteous… and they’ll provide the comments taken out of context & half truths to prove it.

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Oil painting of George Washington's inauguration as the first President of the United States which took place on April 30, 1789

The First Presidential Inauguration of these United States

This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an honorable day and tradition for Americans, did you know there are seven distinct religious activities in the first presidential inauguration that have been repeated in whole or part during every subsequent inauguration?

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Jeff Sessions

Conservatism is not Racism

The problem the Black Caucus has with Senator Sessions is not that he is a racist but that he is a conservative, and that is not good for their racket. We’re not going to get out of our racial rut until everyone starts seeing and respecting people as individuals.

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Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Federal Takeover of the State Police Departments is Dangerous Myopia

Myopia is nearsightedness and it “is the most common refractive error of the eye…If you are nearsighted, you typically will have difficulty reading road signs and seeing distant objects clearly.”But there is another form of nearsightedness; seeing the items right under your nose, but missing the truly significant items in the distance.

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Betsy DeVos (Photo credit: Keith A. Almli)

Could ‘Republicans’ Please Stop Promoting Homosexual Activists?

We conservatives often ask yourselves why we are losing the culture left and right. We wonder why it is the political Left seems to win almost all of the battles, and public opinion just keeps slipping further and further away from the traditional values that made America the greatest place on earth. Maybe it’s because we help the enemy so much.

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Why U.S. Politicians Still Don’t Understand the Islamic Religion

Why U.S. Politicians Still Don’t Understand the Islamic Religion

Fox’s O’Reilly is quick to say that he and his staff trust nothing coming from the internet. Since most of the scandals and fake news today comes from television, we can only wonder if he sees himself as the only legitimate source of the truth. While his attitude smacks of cultism we also see that Mr. O’Reilly does well with his own internet websites.

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The Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Light at the End of the Tunnel

I’ve been thinking a lot about death and the fragility of human life lately. Maybe it’s ‘Sanctity of Life Sunday’ that stirs up these sober feelings of existential angst; or news of the sudden loss of both neighbor and friend alike that makes the uncertainty of our days so unsettling

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Goldman Sachs World Headquarters (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Trump’s Goldman Sachs Administration

It was just announced last week that Donald Trump is bringing two more Goldman Sachs alumni into his administration, bringing the total of Goldman Sachs people working for President-elect Trump to six.

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