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3rd Graders Conscripted to Promote Taxpayer Fleecing

3rd Graders Conscripted to Promote Taxpayer Fleecing

And we wonder why so many young people are growing up to be mindless drones of Marxist propaganda? It’s not surprising when we realize how much overt (and how much subtle) indoctrination they receive from elitists in the public education system. Watch this interview with the author of “Indoctrination: How ‘Useful Idiots’ Are Using Our Schools to Subvert American Exceptionalism” to hear about some ongoing examples of how our children are being indoctrinated against our way of life.

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WASHINGTON (Sept. 15, 2011) President Barack Obama applauds after awarding the Medal of Honor to former Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House. (White House photo by Pete Souza/Released)

Slandered Hero Marine Files Defamation Lawsuit

Back in September, we saw a hero Marine receive the Medal of Honor for his amazing, life-saving performance during an ambush in Afghanistan. Marine Sergeant Dakota Meyer is one of the few living recipients of the Medal of Honor for the wars inIraq and Afghanistan. Now he’s fighting defamation after exposing the sale of high-tech military hardware to a foreign country whose dedication to U.S. interests is questionable.

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SD Sec of State: Sales Tax Increase Will Be on 2012 Ballot

SD Sec of State: Sales Tax Increase Will Be on 2012 Ballot

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 23, 2011 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Contact: Jason M. Gant (605) 773-3537 Today, Secretary of State Jason Gant announced that the petitions submitted for an initiated measure to increase South Dakota sales tax has passed the petition certification process, and will be placed on the November 2012 general election ballot. The measure, described in its title as “an initiated measure to increase state general sales and use taxes for additional K-12 public education and Medicaid funding,” will now appear on the 2012 ballot as Initiated Measure 15. “From our 5% sample of 1,763 signatures, we validated 1,434 out of the 35,251 officially submitted, and invalidated 329 for various reasons including lack of voter registration, improperly filling out the petitions, legibility, and notary public errors. Invalid signatures comprised 18.66% of the total signatures sampled, and under state law, the number of valid signatures sampled was sufficient for the […]

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Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

This is extremely disappointing. I like Senator John Thune (R-SD) personally, as well as a number of people on his staff. Most of his votes have been good for South Dakota and the rest of the United States. Most of his votes have accurately reflected true Republican values. So why does he continually support RINOs?  He supported RINO John McCain in 2008, which guaranteed a loss to the Democrats, and now he’s endorsed Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney, which would guarantee another Democrat victory in 2012. From Fox News: South Dakota Sen. John Thune is the latest high-profile backer to announce his support for Mitt Romney for president — offering an endorsement during an Iowa campaign stop Wednesday. In a statement emailed by the Romney campaign, Thune, a potential vice presidential short-lister, said Romney’s economic prowess led him to endorse the former Massachusetts governor. “Mitt Romney has shown throughout his life in […]

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Subversive Feisal Rauf and Hero Geert Wilders

Subversive Feisal Rauf and Hero Geert Wilders

As if we needed any more reasons to oppose the proposed Ground Zero victory mosque—and mosque building in America, in general—well we have one anyway. I was contacted by a member of the Traditional Values Coalition after my “Hijacking the Memory of 9-11” radio blog aired and was published last Thursday. She sent me a column by Andrea Lafferty who reported on a speech given by Feisal Rauf, who is heading up the proposed Ground Zero victory mosque. Rauf has again given us more proof that he is not here inAmerica to play well with others.

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Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Journalists and the Non-Smear Smear

Those who know me understand that I’m not a big Rick Perry fan.  Perry is far too weak in the area of illegal immigration and some other things to be what I would consider a good Republican candidate for president. But when I witness what can only be characterized as journalistic ineptitude or journalistic malpractice, I can’t stand idly by and watch even a candidate I don’t like be smeared and besmirched. A case in point occurred Saturday at the Rapid City Journal’s blog Mount Blogmore, when “journalist” David Montgomery attempted to smear Rick Perry as a threat to the First Amendment and U.S. Constitution. In that usual “I’m not saying what I’m about to say” manner many of these weasely “journalists” have, Montgomery began with a faux condemnation of guilt by association, then proceeded to attempt to tie Rick Perry to a statement made by a Perry supporter regarding […]

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Obama Has Gall to Lecture Europeans About Debt

Obama Has Gall to Lecture Europeans About Debt

President Barack Obama has a lot of gall, doesn’t he? There is definitely no shortage of hubris in this administration. After having run up trillions of dollars in new debt on unconstitutional and wasteful “porkulus” spending that was supposed to stimulate the American economy (and failed miserably, as we knew it would)… After having saddled the nation with trillions more in unconstitutional, wasteful spending on ObamaCare… After having refused to deal with the more than $14 TRILLION in debt this nation is staggering under… After having refused to deal with the unconstitutional, unsustainable and unworking welfare state that is consuming the prosperity of our nation… After having failed to even consider the only realistic plan to get our reckless spending and subsequent debt under control… After accumulating so much debt with no end to out-of-control spending in sight that even the communist Chinese are concerned… After having come up with […]

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Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing

Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing

The Watchmen on the Wall 2011 Northern Plains Pastor’s Briefing was held today in Rapid City, South Dakota. Watchmen on the Wall holds a national briefing every year in May, but very few across the country; Rapid City was fortunate to be chosen to host this year’s event for the Northern Plains area.

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Climate Predictions Fall Flat in a Few Hours

Climate Predictions Fall Flat in a Few Hours

Hmmm. It seems Hurricane Irene didn’t behave as predicted by the weather specialists. You know, the “scientists” we’re crazy not to believe like the Gospel. When it comes to unsupported claims based on fudged computer models about what is supposed to happen with the climate in 100 years or 300 years, we’re supposed to accept unquestioningly. But when it comes to what will happen in 24 to 72 hours, we shouldn’t take things so seriously?

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Amazing Discovery: Sun Heats, Cools the Earth

Amazing Discovery: Sun Heats, Cools the Earth

I know this is going to be hard to believe, but scientists are indeed confirming long-held myths and legends that the sun has an incredible influence over heating and warming of our planet. I know, I know, modern science has for many years told us that it is the SUV, light bulbs, power plants, factories and evil capitalism in general that warms our planet–and warms it dangerously. But this new evidence could just turn “science” on its collective (collectivist?) head.

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