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FRC Commends Conservatives for Blocking Tax Increases

FRC Commends Conservatives for Blocking Tax Increases

Family Research Council (FRC) praised conservatives in Congress for stopping “Plan B,” the GOP fiscal cliff proposal, which would hurt families and small businesses by raising taxes

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Post Election Thoughts on the American Decline

Post Election Thoughts on the American Decline

On one hand, you could say Republicans held our own yesterday, since the balance of power is basically unchanged. But with liberal propensity for lawlessness, America remains in the Leftist crosshairs for another four years. So why did the Republican Party and especially conservatives lose yesterday? We were handed a crap sandwich of a GOP nominee by the “mainstream” media and the GOP establishment, and left with little to work with.

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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Victory Lane

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Victory Lane

A funny thing happened on the Governor’s way to victory lane. As he turned the last corner, his once shiny vehicle came to a sputtering halt. Dennis Daugaard had run out of gas. I guess that’s what happens when the maintenance crew is not let into the race yard. Take heed, Governor, lest you once again are caught by surprise when the pit crew puts down its wrenches and picks up a ballot.

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What Do We Honor this Memorial Day?

What Do We Honor this Memorial Day?

What do we honor this Memorial Day? What do we seek to honor on Memorial Day? How do we honor what we seek to honor on Memorial Day? Do our actions on days other than Memorial Day dishonor what we claim to honor on Memorial Day? These are questions each of us needs to ask ourselves, if our great nation is to survive and the sacrifices of our forefathers are not to be in vain. Do we dishonor the commitment and sacrifice of those who came before us by taking the easy path, by compromising with evil, by accepting a lower standard, by hoping to do “good enough” instead of striving to preserve and pass on the very best? If our words on Memorial Day aren’t merely cheap platitudes, we need to look long and hard at what we’re doing–and make the necessary changes in ourselves.

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