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Nebraska Leading on Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Nebraska Leading on Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

Can you imagine winning $50,000 at a casino and driving away, happy about your winnings, only to be pulled over and having the large sum of cash seized all the while not being charged with any crime?

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Donald Trump in Iowa (Photo credit: Max Goldberg)

Trump Takes but Gives Nothing Back to America: Three Clear Examples

It goes without saying that any contributions to Democrats and especially those who support false marriage and abortion do not count as serious philanthropy or benevolent giving. Since Donald Trump has given to those who back these kinds of things, we will not include them for obvious reasons.

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The Burns Oregon Report from a Pastor

The Burns Oregon Report from a Pastor

I was blessed this week to spend time with patriots in Burns Oregon. The morning after arriving, the encampment at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge came to an end. So that night there were still TV trucks at the building where I was to speak. What sparked all these events is the essential issue of who owns the land.

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Defending Freedom of Press Against Homosexual Activists

Defending Freedom of Press Against Homosexual Activists

The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Human Rights Commission ruled in 2014 that Blaine Adamson of Hands On Originals must print messages that conflict with his faith on shirts that customers order from him. ADF attorneys appealed the ruling to the Fayette Circuit Court, which reversed the commission’s decision.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 8, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 8, 2016

Important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today include those dealing with abortion, refugee settlement, sales taxes, religious liberty, gun rights, land rights and more.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 3, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 3, 2016

The South Dakota Legislature will be considering a large number of important bills Wednesday including one to protect religious liberty and the right of conscience, to clarify that boys are boys and girls are girls, gambling, property rights and more.

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Trump’s Lack of Respect for Others Property

Trump’s Lack of Respect for Others Property

Donald Trump says, “Eminent domain is wonderful.” Donald Trump includes himself among these “legal elites” who think government should be free to confiscate private property and turn it over to some private developer who proposes a project, claiming it will create jobs.

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Stockgrowers Question Federal Fire Double Standard

The South Dakota Stockgrowers Association sent letters this week to congressional delegates, the U.S. Attorney General’s office and the South Dakota Attorney General’s office questioning what they call “egregiously unbalanced response of federal land management agencies” and supporting the claims South Dakota ranchers made for compensation after the 2013 Pautre Fire burned nearly 10,000 acres of federal and private land.

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The Faces of Victims of Homosexual Tyranny

The Faces of Victims of Homosexual Tyranny

Take a look at the faces of seven victims of homosexual tyranny: Aaron and Melissa Klein, and their five children. They had (had) a bakery business of their own in Oregon, until homosexual activists destroyed that. Which side of freedom do you want to be on? You can’t choose to do nothing and keep your hands clean. Your silence gives aid and comfort to the enemy.

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Leftist Tyrannical Double-Standard on Display

Leftist Tyrannical Double-Standard on Display

As the U.S. Supreme Court was hearing arguments over marriage yesterday, the Daily Signal asked some of the people there what they thought of this glaring Leftist double standard where GoFundMe gets to decide who it will do business with, while Christians must be forced by government to violate their conscience and participate in immoral, fraudulent acts.

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