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A Progressive Perverts the Commerce Clause; but O’Reilly Gets it Right!

Publius Huldah

Bill O’Reilly (Fox News) made our Framers proud when, on March 26, 2012, he correctly explained [probably for the first time ever on TV] the genuine meaning of the interstate commerce clause. O’Reilly’s guest was Big Government Progressive Caroline Fredrickson, Esq., of the inaptly named “American Constitution Society”. In trying to defend Obamacare, she said that our Framers intended to grant to Congress extensive powers over the “national economy”--even though founding documents clearly contradict her.

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Where Does the Supreme Court Get Its Power?

Dr. Robert R. Owens

This past week, the eyes of everyone concerned with the continuance of limited government were riveted on the Supreme Court. This is the first time that a majority of the States have combined to protest an act of Congress. In the face of the ever expanding power of the central government often the Supreme Court appears to be our last line of defense. But where does the Supreme Court get its power?

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Rand Paul’s ‘Nonchalant Attitude’ on Abortion

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Republicans are still months away from kicking off the presidential race -- and that's a good thing for front-runners like Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who could use the extra time to hone their messaging. In four years, the Kentucky leader has won over plenty of fans for his solid record on a whole range of issues, including life. But today, it isn't his record that's concerning people -- it's his rhetoric.

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The Four Walls of Godly Jurisdiction

Michael Peroutka

In the America View of law and government, we recognize that the Law of Nature and of Nature's God is a fixed, unchanging standard. And "jurisdiction" – the authority to speak and to enforce the law – is given, by God, to four separate governments.

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Unshakable Hope

David Whitney

If you go to the stores these days you’re in for sticker shock as the price of everything heads to the ceiling, but there is one item that is going down in price. In fact, it’s so cheap that quite often it’s simply free for the taking. It is so abundantly available that the supply far outstrips any level of demand. What is that item?

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Are You a ‘Settler’ In Your Own Land?

Victor Sharpe

Jewish communities, (villages and towns) do not consist of “settlers.” The Jewish population of Judea and Samaria (the so-called West Bank) consists of the descendants of the native and indigenous Jewish people who are now inhabiting and redeeming their own ancient land. This people are not “settlers” in what is already theirs by virtue of millennial physical and spiritual attachment.

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Black Hills Area Legislative Candidate Forum

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Tomorrow evening, FHA Action is pleased to present, our Hills Area Legislative Candidate Forum featuring the 2014 South Dakota House and Senate races. Participating, we will have seventeen candidates from SD State Legislative Districts 30-35.

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