Archive for January 31st, 2012

A Rifle Behind Every Blade of Grass

A Rifle Behind Every Blade of Grass

More Second Amendment love. I don’t know if this is true anymore…but I pray to God it would be.

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How to Shield Yourself

How to Shield Yourself

A little Second Amendment love… I’d choose #2 for my daughter. That’s why she’s getting regular target practice.

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Business As Usual at the New York Times

Business As Usual at the New York Times

For a picture of how low the level of public discourse has sunk in America, look no further than the New York Times.  In an editorial following Newt Gingrich’s upset victory in the South Carolina Republican Primary, the Times’ editorialists dealt from the bottom of the deck, playing the race card in an attempt to deflect attention from the growing public dissatisfaction with the policies of the Obama administration.

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Voting for Faith, Reason, and Heart

Voting for Faith, Reason, and Heart

I see a continuation of the GOP primary battle overall as a good process. This may all come down to a brokered convention with many ballots. We could even see a surprise … like a Draft Palin movement. However it turns out, it will be an opportunity to roar out of that convention with a full head of steam and a solid platform. Look out Obama! Most importantly, I am setting aside my desires and wants here and I am trusting in God. If God is with us, after all, who can be against us. I believe in miracles.

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Obama’s Contempt for the Rule of Law

Obama’s Contempt for the Rule of Law

It comes as no surprise that the most spiked (unreported) story of the past several weeks is that of three legal complaints against Obama in the State of Georgia that demand he prove his constitutional eligibility to hold the office of President, and thus, his ability to legally be on the ballot in Georgia. This story has not been covered by the mainstream media, except in rare isolated instances of vitriolic presentation. Have you seen it on your local evening news? Have you read it in your local bird cage liner newspaper? Nope and nope.

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South Dakota Legislative Update, Jan. 31, 2012

South Dakota Legislative Update, Jan. 31, 2012

American Clarion is watching a number of bills introduced in the South Dakota Legislature during the 2012 session. This update provides a rundown on those which saw action yesterday, and which ones will be acted on in the next couple of days.

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A Psalm Ordained for the Birth of a Nation

A Psalm Ordained for the Birth of a Nation

Anglican minister Jacob Duche’ was born JANUARY 31, 1738. He was pastor of Christ Church in Philadelphia. As recorded in the Journals of the Continental Congress, their first official act after receiving news that British troops had attacked Boston was to request that Rev. Jacob Duche’ open Congress in prayer

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