Archive for January 24th, 2012

FDR D-Day Prayer Bill Passed in U.S. House

FDR D-Day Prayer Bill Passed in U.S. House

The D-Day invasion was (and remains, if memory serves) the largest amphibious invasion in history, against a continent controlled by a genocidal socialist, and the President of the United States sought the prayers of millions of Americans to lift up to Almighty God, asking (as American leaders have since the beginning) for the safety of our troops and the success of our efforts. Today, the U.S. House voted to include FDR’s D-Day prayer on the World War II memorial in Washington D.C.

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Fearing Newt Gingrich

Fearing Newt Gingrich

What do establishment Republicans and liberal Democrats have in common? They’ve long labored under a shared misconception: conservative candidates are unelectable. In 1980, conventional wisdom held that Ronald Reagan didn’t stand a chance against Jimmy Carter. The GOP leadership, the mainstream media and liberal politicos alike lined up against the Gipper in an attempt to derail his presidential campaign.

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The Truth About the Obama Economy

The Truth About the Obama Economy

To help prepare you for the blizzard of bull to which America will be subjected during President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, take a little time to examine the numbers so you’ll know when he’s lying (I could say “When his lips are moving” but I always go for precision strikes over carpet bombing). The simple truth is, Obama’s Marxist policies have done for America what they always do everywhere they’re tried: make things worse.

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Two Visions for America: Reagan and Obama

Two Visions for America: Reagan and Obama

The question for America is whether we want the state described by Reagan or Obama? A state where each individual has the freedom to succeed or fail? Or a state where the government punishes success and dictates who can succeed not based upon the quality of ideas, but instead on the depth of their White House contacts. We, the people, still have the right to embrace the hope that President Reagan offered in 1988, or the controlling bonds that our current president is trying to convince us to slip on willfully.

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Newt Turns the Tables

Newt Turns the Tables

Stay tuned. Newt’s performances are making the WWF look like child’s play. Say what you like about Newt Gingrich, his clashes with the media provide great entertainment, resonate deeply with conservative Americans sick of Liberal media bias, and will no doubt increase the viewing audience in coming interviews and debates. All in all, not a bad thing for the run up to the most important election in decades.

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Action Alert – Vote on FDR Prayer on the WWII Memorial

Action Alert - Vote on FDR Prayer on the WWII Memorial

A vote is scheduled today on whether President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s D-Day prayer should be engraved in the World War II memorial. The Obama Administration has promoted all the lies they can think of to stop this prayer display. Now it’s time for the people to speak and congress to act, and acknowledge our nation’s rich Christian heritage…even as the Left tries to whitewash it.

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South Dakota Bill Highlight: SB 119

South Dakota Bill Highlight: SB 119

A closer examination of a new bill submitted to the South Dakota Legislature: SB 119, which seeks to afford special protections to homosexuals.  Where law in America has rightly sought to ensure fair and equal treatment for all Americans regardless of their innate, morally-neutral physical characteristics, the coming of the homosexual agenda has  seen the advent of affording special protection to certain people on the basis of a behavior-specifically, an immoralunnatural and extremely dangerous one.

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The Poisonous Impact of ObamaCare

The Poisonous Impact of ObamaCare

Whether you’re a patient/consumer or a doctor, ObamaCare is pure poison. Getting rid of ObamaCare will help our economy, our health care system, doctors and patients. We need to put people who understand the American way of freedom into office in 2012, and get rid of this un-American monstrosity as quickly as possible.

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U.S. v. Jones: The Battle for the Fourth Amendment Continues

U.S. v. Jones: The Battle for the Fourth Amendment Continues

In a unanimous 9-0 ruling in United States v. Jones, the U.S. Supreme Court has declared that police must get a search warrant before using GPS technology to track criminal suspects. But what does this ruling, hailed as a victory by privacy advocates, really mean for the future of privacy and the Fourth Amendment? Obviously, the new era of technology, one that was completely unimaginable to the men who drafted the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, requires an updated legal code to enshrine the right to privacy.

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South Dakota Legislatiave Update, Jan. 24, 2012

South Dakota Legislatiave Update, Jan. 24, 2012

These are the bills American Clarion will be monitoring during the 2012 South Dakota Legislative Session. A lot of bills have been added since the last update provided by American Clarion, including such especially notable ones, including a texting while driving ban, a requirement to list votes cast by legislators on the legislative website, a bill concerning crisis pregnancy centers, an interstate health care compact, repeal of certain driver’s license requirements, drug testing for welfare recipients, exemptions from childhood immunizations, anti-bullying initiatives and special protections for homosexuals.

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