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Ending Abortion For Good

The television screen goes dark. The melancholy sounds of violin music play softly in the background, while images of sad, forlorn faces fade in and out and a tearful voice describes the plight of the forgotten ones… abandoned, neglected, abused, mistreated, hungry, cold, lonely and frightened. How could anyone with a heart, seeing such images before their eyes, not be deeply affected and moved to action — to help, to do something to end the plight of these sorrowful creatures?

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Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Article 1, Section 1 of the U. S. Constitution states that ALL legislative authority rests with Congress. The Supreme Court, as part of the Judicial branch, does not make law, but merely rules on their opinions. Those opinions are relative ONLY to the parties involved, not to the nation.

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Marching for Life and for the Future

Marching for Life and for the Future

I wonder why when hundreds of thousands of women show up in Washington to demonstrate for what one Wall Street Journal columnist called “everything under the progressive sun,” the press goes bonkers with coverage. Yet, when similar numbers of pro-lifers reportedly show up for the March for Life, as they have been doing every January since the Roe v. Wade decision in January 1973, and as they will do again this week, they barely get a nod from the media.

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Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions: I Will Not Defend the U.S. Constitution

Thanks to Steve Deace for pointing out that Donald Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, has told us he will not defend the U.S. Constitution.

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So…What of the Supreme Court?

So…What of the Supreme Court?

Regardless of what party nominates the justices – this problem with the judiciary declaring evil to be good and good to be evil will not be remedied, adjudicated, or fixed in the courts. It is unfortunate, but I feel Americans have a great deal of evidence to believe the courts are the traffickers of injustice and immorality in this nation.

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GOP Backing Abortion in the South Dakota Legislature

GOP Backing Abortion in the South Dakota Legislature

Is there a Republican legislator in your district who is secretly an abortion-supporting Planned Parenthood minion ? If you live in Brookings or Sioux Falls (or District 34 in Rapid City), then there’s a pretty good chance that the answer to that question is “Yes”.

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Chairman Mao’s America: We Still Have a Choice, The Chinese Did Not

With only days to go before America decides who will occupy the White House, it is abundantly clear that Democrats are rousing every effort to appeal to the vast crowd of “millennial” voters.

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Tim Kaine and Mike Pence

A Candidate’s Religion Must Govern Their Actions in Office

I watched the tail end of the vice presidential debates last week and was interested in the question about how the candidates handled the issue of their religious beliefs when it came to public policy, when that policy was against what they believed. The moderator asked, “Can you discuss in detail a time when you struggled to balance your personal faith and a public policy position?

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Without the Death Penalty, There is No Justice

Without the Death Penalty, There is No Justice

American is in a mind warp of sorts. The death of a black man at the hands of the police in Charlotte, North Carolina erupted into riots, property damage and stealing property.

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Without Life, There Can Be No Liberty or Happiness 

Without Life, There Can Be No Liberty or Happiness 

In America today, a culture of death has overtaken us.–a spirit that causes otherwise intelligent and rational people to believe in and support irrational things.

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