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Removing Andrew Jackson from $20 Bill

Removing Andrew Jackson from $20 Bill

Andrew Jackson would be the first to say to take him off the $20 bill. Right on it, the bill says, “Federal Reserve Note,” an institution he would have despised.

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They Would Just Sing Louder!

They Would Just Sing Louder!

It is disgraceful what we are not seeing from the pulpits in America today. Rather than seeing a thunderous barrage of righteous indignation against murder of the unborn, and zeal against tyranny, injustice, immorality, we are hearing virtually nothing from over 300,000 pulpits…silence

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A Government of Laws, Not of Men

A Government of Laws, Not of Men

A famous line in our nation’s history, incorporated into the Massachusetts Constitution in 1780, says that “it may be a government of laws, and not of men.” The author of this passage was John Adams, America’s second president. It’s this very basic idea — the rule of law — that was at the core of the American idea and that would make possible the ideal of individual freedom.

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What America was Called to Be

What America was Called to Be

From the outset of the founding of the United States of America – from the first pilgrims, to the colonies, to the adoption of our constitution – this nation began as a haven for Christians, with governments and institutions designed to foster, teach and spread the Christian religion in a free, predominantly Christian society. This fact has been clearly documented in many sources.

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Searching for ‘Marriage’ in the Fourteenth Amendment

Searching for ‘Marriage’ in the Fourteenth Amendment

During April 2015, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Obergefell v Hodges and consolidated cases, in support of counterfeit marriage for homosexuals via the 14th Amendment. Obviously the 14th Amendment says nothing about “marriage” or “homosexuality”. So how can it be said to authorize the supreme Court to FORCE States to accept same sex marriage?

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Photo credit: Henry Morgenthau

Why Does Never Again Keep Happening Again

Genocide is the systematic and deliberate attempt to extinguish a race, ethnic group, social group or religion. Never Again! As a world we have all affirmed it. Genocide is a crime against humanity and it cannot, it will not be tolerated and yet NEVER AGAIN keeps happening again.

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It’s My Turn Now

It’s My Turn Now

The entire foundation of Western Civilization is on the line over the next couple of years. If we fail to act NOW, our grandbabies will live in slavery…if they even survive at all. I see it as that critical…that urgent…that utterly diabolical.

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Lakota Writer to Share Fighter Pilot Experiences

Lakota Writer to Share Fighter Pilot Experiences

Sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group, Lakota writer Ed “Eagle Man” McGaa will talk about his most recent book, the autobiographical Warrior’s Odyssey: Spirit of Crazy Horse, on Saturday, May 9, at Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, 930-1130 am.

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Dhimmitude: Know it, Live it, Love it

Dhimmitude: Know it, Live it, Love it

Ask people in the United States what a dhimmi is and perhaps a handful might know. In Europe, and as far as India and the far east, the number would be higher because of latent memories of battles fought against invading Moslem armies across the span of centuries.

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Nullification is a Natural Right!

Nullification is a Natural Right!

What did our Framers really say we must do when the federal government usurps power? They never said, “When the federal government ignores the Constitution, amend the Constitution”. They never said, “File a lawsuit and let federal judges decide.” Instead, they advised two manly remedies. We’ll look at one of them – nullification – in this paper.

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