Today America is ruled by a Progressive cartel made up of politicians, crony-capitalists, academics providing the philosophical foundations, and the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media providing cover. This minority clique relies on low information voters, government employees and those on the dole to keep them in power through elections that supposedly approximate a choice. In reality it is usually a choice between two progressives from the twin-headed party of power.Read more ›
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Ronald Reagan made the assertion that, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.” That could not be more relevant than it is today, especially on our college campuses where it is apparent that students are not being taught the truth about the freedoms of the First Amendment and many other truths about the fundamental principles on which the United States of America was founded.Read more ›
The advent of the Rush Limbaugh show brought a ray of light into a dark world of controlled media and partisan subjectivity passing itself off as objective reporting. For millions of us, Rush and his insightful commentary are the red pill that helped lead us out of the matrix of a progressive nightmare trying to lead the way to the ultimate destruction of the American Dream.Read more ›
1LT Marcella LeBeau of Eagle Butte will talk about her US Army Nurse Corps experiences ministering to the wounded from D-Day beach invasions at Normandy on Saturday, November 14 at EAFB’s South Dakota Air and Space Museum, 9-1130 am (first half hour is social period) This free event is sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group.Read more ›
We would do well to heed George Washington’s warning, since governments, under the guise of gun control and the pretense of making their citizens “more safe,” have exterminated over 56 million of their own people in the recent 20th century.Read more ›
In light of the violence across America where a criminal uses a weapon to commit a crime, it is of interest to take note of the blatant hypocrisy of those who are to serve the people. This happens when they attempt to try and do a disservice by asking those they serve to do the opposite of what it is that they do.Read more ›
Evelyn Lenton of Rapid City will talk about her childhood memories of the Japanese in Occupied Philippines during World War II, along with her midwife mother and three brothers, in Manila. One brother, Arthur age 15, was taken off to harvest crops and was never seen again.Read more ›