Archive for August 7th, 2012

The True Hatred of the Lawless Left

The True Hatred of the Lawless Left

Riddle me this… What drives the secular godless base leftist mind to an even more hyper state of insanity and brings all of these godless works of rage to an absolute fever pitch of hatred even more so than Sarah Palin, George “W” Bush, Ronald Reagan and Rush Limbaugh?

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Exposing South Dakota RINO Leadership

Exposing South Dakota RINO Leadership

This mailer went out from Reagan Republicans SD on Aug. 6 to South Dakotans all across the state. Because too many “Republicans” in South Dakota-especially in the state House leadership-are too busy advancing the other team’s agenda, many Republicans who actually believe in and support the values and platform of the GOP are trying to educate South Dakotans who agree with GOP principles that those principles are being betrayed by those we should most be able to trust to advance them.

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Chick-Fil-A chicken strips (Photo credit: Gregg O'Connell)

Politics, Culture, and Chicken

Having seen the public reaction to political attacks on Chick-fil-A, President Obama may want to rethink his support for gay marriage. The support for traditional marriage appears to be greater than he anticipated. Acceptance of gay marriage is not the inevitable future we see portrayed so often in the media today. Given the opportunity to vote, Americans again and again define marriage as between one man and one woman.

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Farming Not as Difficult as Claimed

Farming Not as Difficult as Claimed

When you’re working in the collective, farming and agriculture is easy. Just ask the Ukranians.

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Senator Harry Reid

Reid, Pelosi, Wasserman-Schultz: When the Left Just Doesn’t Get It

Harry Reid is out there shouting all his stuff, like we really believe some mysterious person seriously called him and suggested “true” knowledge that Mitt Romney “really” didn’t pay taxes at any point during the past ten years, but the IRS is so stupid that it didn’t notice that little piece of information and so feeble that it hasn’t stepped forward, even though Reid pointed out their inept standards of review?

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A picture of the Port Charlotte, Florida Chick-Fil-A restaurant on August 01, 2012 (Chick-Fil-A appreciation day) (Photo credit: PCHS-NJROTC)

Early Entry for WND’s ‘Operation Spike’ of 2012: Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day

Regular readers of WorldNetDaily (WND) look forward to the editors’ long-running, year-end tradition of collecting reader submissions, adding their own, and then publishing their list of the top ten significant news stories most-ignored by the “mainstream” media: “Operation Spike.” “Spike” is the term used for burying, underreporting or not reporting a news story. I already have my entry for Operation Spike of 2012.

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Methodist revival in USA 1839, watercolor from 1839 Second Great Awakening.

The Second Great Awakening

The largest town in Kentucky had less than 2,000 people, yet 25,000 came to Cane Ridge, Kentucky, AUGUST 7, 1801, from as far away as Ohio and Tennessee, to hear Barton W. Stone and other Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian ministers.This was part of the Second Great Awakening.

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