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Agenda 21 and a Republican Approach to Fair Housing?

Agenda 21 and a Republican Approach to Fair Housing?

In rules published last month, HUD declared that its mission is not just to promote so-called diverse communities but to “enforce compliance” with rules that are designed to socially and economically adjust neighborhoods in a way that satisfies what they call their “geospatial tool”.

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Wesley Clark Calls for New Internment Camps

Wesley Clark Calls for New Internment Camps

Retired 4-star general Wesley Clark on CNN, a one-time Democrat candidate for President of the United States, has called for World War II-style internment camps for radicalized Americans, including domestic Islamic terrorists.

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The History Tyrants Have Learned From America’s Forefathers!

The History Tyrants Have Learned From America’s Forefathers!

Often, I have to ask myself how it is that a population of 315 million people can stand back or stand down in the face a small group of corrupt individuals who mean to destroy the country in which we live. History has taught us that many of these small groups of corrupt people actually get away with it, at least for a short while.

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The Job of an Elected Official

The Job of an Elected Official

Want to know why America has gone astray from its charter as envisioned by our founding fathers? Simply ask any elected official, “What’s your job responsibility?”

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South Dakota Reps Earn an ‘F’ For Failure

South Dakota Reps Earn an ‘F’ For Failure

Did you know that your elected representatives in government work for YOU, and that they are accountable to YOU? If you didn’t, you should, and you should also know how well your employee is doing their job. Are your representatives doing a good job?

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Declaration of Independence

Independence Day, or Dependence Day?

A republic of laws, not of men Two years ago, I stood in Independence Hall in Philadelphia with my wife and children.  I am a Christian and have been for many years, but I cannot help but say that it was almost a religious experience for me to be there–much as it was standing before the Declaration of Independence in the National Archives on another day. Indeed, it was a religious experience–not because I worship the United States or its founders, but because I so deeply cherish and appreciate the blessings of liberty that have been found only in this country…and I recognize that we have God Himself to thank for the existence of this nation and all the blessings that come with it. For an America, it would be a grave disservice and insult to those who secured his freedom for him to fail to stop and consider the […]

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Why We Celebrate Independence Day

Why We Celebrate Independence Day

If you’re a freedom-loving American, you must sometimes wonder how we could end up with a president like Barack Obama (not just one time, but two), and end up with U.S. Supreme Court decisions like those last week which heap contempt on on the U.S. Constitution, its limits on government power, the rule of law, and the liberty of the American people.

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Exceptionalism: The DNA of America

Exceptionalism: The DNA of America

In these 54 words Thomas Jefferson defined the DNA of America, and laid the foundation for individual freedom that has over the course of 239 years led to American Exceptionalism.

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Historical Pin the Tail on the Donkey

Historical Pin the Tail on the Donkey

I’ve gone over this several times before, but since the “mainstream” media and the rest of the Left is so diligent in their efforts to bury the truth and smear the freedom movement in America, it bears telling the truth about Democrats again and again and again until all Americans know the real story.

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Fewer traditional values means more government

Fewer traditional values means more government

It should be clear that the real thought leaders of America are in Hollywood, and that our Supreme Court, save three conservatives, is just a ship that rides the wave of public opinion.

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