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Freedom is best way to help low-income students

Freedom is best way to help low-income students

Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Ted Cruz of Texas and Congressman Luke Messer of Indiana have introduced a bill that could produce positive, badly needed change in American K-12 education. The bill allows for Title 1 education funds “to follow low-income students to any public or private school of their choice.”

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Freedom from Regulations Supported by SD House

Freedom from Regulations Supported by SD House

The South Dakota House of Representatives voted 56-14 in favor of HCR 1005, a resolution calling on congress to propose a “regulation freedom amendment” to the U.S. Constitution due to the encroachment of liberty perpetrated by our nation’s out-of-control regulatory environment. A key provision of the resolution calls for a majority vote by congress on any federal regulation that one-quarter of the members of congress oppose.

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The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

“I remember when there were those who were exposing government corruption and it was called a ‘conspiracy theory.’ Now, 50 years later. I find that it was not theory.  In fact, it is now a reality.” (Jeremiah 11:9) – Posted from commenter at Bradlee Dean’s Facebook page I am humored by the sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity that some people in this country accept concerning their representatives on the topic of “Global terror.” Friends, it is not just America that I am now addressing, I am addressing the peoples, the governments and the incumbent representatives on a global scale. We see these officials act rather strangely after these supposed “terror attacks.” They seem to conglomerate on cue and ally themselves to condemn the acts, yet not the actors.  In the end, they ask the people to give up their rights while attempting to disarm them for the “global good.” Additionally, […]

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Dispelling Myths About the Free Market

Dispelling Myths About the Free Market

From Prager University and Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute, some good information to dispel five myths about capitalism and the free market. With the proliferation of Marxism from the Left, this is information you as a freedom advocate can use. Sadly, you’ll have to educate a lot of “Republicans” about these basic truths, too, since the “Republican” establishment has gone all-in (at least semi-covertly) for the embrace of anti-free market poison.

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The Success of Freedom Investing

The Success of Freedom Investing

The factors that produce better economies have been discovered and re-discovered multiple times throughout history. Planned and controlled economies cannot allocate resources efficiently. A centralized planner cannot know and respond to all of the signals as quickly as when the problem is crowd-sourced via the free market.

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We Were Born for Devastation and Reform

We Were Born for Devastation and Reform

We needn’t look any further than our (ethically-challenged) elected officials to get a sobering picture of how badly broken our godless and depraved society has become. They are barely even hiding their lack of ethics (and conflicts of interest). Their ultimate motivation is getting rich off the backs of a debt-laden American citizenry.

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Do You have Hope?

Do You have Hope?

There is a massive, unspoken problem in America today, floating like the iceberg in front of the Titanic waiting to sink the unsinkable ship. Founded by revolutionaries crying “No taxation without representation!” the republic these revolutionaries devised has devolved into a society where more than 40% of the people pay no federal income tax and the number of people receiving government benefits is even higher. What incentive would these non-paying receivers have to reign in an overbearing and intrusive government? This unseen and unspoken problem is a cancer in the body politic.

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Rights v. Responsibility: A Critique of the Natural Birth Movement

Rights v. Responsibility: A Critique of the Natural Birth Movement

I recently came across an article discussing a new reality television series called “Born in the Wild,” which will document the experiences of women who choose to give birth unassisted and outdoors. According to a Lifetime network executive, “These are all people who have already had babies in hospitals who had unsatisfying experiences and who are choosing to have different experiences. This is something people are doing and we set out to document it.”

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Enslaved by Technology

Enslaved by Technology

If ever Americans sell their birthright, it will be for the promise of expediency and comfort delivered by way of blazingly fast Internet, cell phone signals that never drop a call, thermostats that keep us at the perfect temperature without our having to raise a finger, and entertainment that can be simultaneously streamed to our TVs, tablets and cell phones.

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Hey Michelle, ‘Trash cans are fuller than our stomachs!’

Hey Michelle, ‘Trash cans are fuller than our stomachs!’

Many of you can relate with me when I say the words, “school lunch.” I have toured all across America speaking in public high schools and the first thing that brings me back to my childhood is by far the smell of the lunchroom. Have you noticed that government is making itself more and more at home in all our lives?

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