Archive for November, 2012

SPLC Targets Homosexual Conversion Therapy Group JONAH

SPLC Targets Homosexual Conversion Therapy Group JONAH

One of the latest battle fronts in the homosexual war against God, morality, truth and the freedoms of the American people is in the area of therapy to help people combat unwanted same-sex attraction. This is also part of a broader effort to redefine the perversion of homosexuality by insisting that homosexuals cannot change, and therapy aimed at helping them escape that dead-end lifestyle is “harmful.”

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Looking for Anything But God to Make Us Happy

Looking for Anything But God to Make Us Happy

His death went unnoticed, as he died the same day John F. Kennedy was shot, but his works are some of the most widely read in English literature.He credits his Catholic friend and fellow writer, J.R.R. Tolkien, author of “Lord of the Rings,” as being instrumental in bringing him to faith in Christ.

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Rep Noem: GAO Will Examine USDA School Lunch Standards

Rep Noem: GAO Will Examine USDA School Lunch Standards

Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) today announced that the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has agreed to conduct a study into the new school lunch standards being implemented for the first time this year. “From concerns with calorie-maximums to frustrations with flexibility, increased food waste and costs, this study will help provide some needed answers. As a mother, I understand the importance of ensuring our children receive healthy meals, but students, parents and schools deserve a school lunch program that works for them, and that’s what I’ll continue to fight for.”

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Going Over the Financial Cliff

Going Over the Financial Cliff

Democrat Senators and President Obama have been spending a lot of time worrying about the so-called fiscal cliff, and you would think that they would be gushing with new ideas or even identified budget areas that could be cut. But no, with the exception of Sen. Dick Durbin’s meek, entitlement discussion where he urged saving money but not changing anything about the program, little has been heard from Democrats beyond the standard demand that taxes be increased.

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Environmentalists Target Even Private Logging

Environmentalists Target Even Private Logging

In June, when the U.S. Supreme Court came out with its ruling regarding the health care law, everyone sat on the edge of their seats in anticipation. And for a good reason; this law impacts every American. his is one of the biggest environmental cases to come before the Supreme Court in years. One that Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said has the capacity to “shut down forestry on private, state, and tribal lands.”

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Drug related crime

Surprising Truths About Marijuana Legalization

Steven Crowder has another great video report out, this time on the propaganda behind the marijuana legalization crowd.He points out a number of interesting facts about recreational drug legalization that I’ve discussed before, plus a few that I haven’t: health hazards, mental health issues, increased crime, increased danger on the streets, increased costs to the taxpayer, and more.

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ObamaCare Still in the Crosshairs

ObamaCare Still in the Crosshairs



Legal actions against Obamacare are clearly still considered viable as the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to hear Liberty University’s suit against provisions of the law under First Amendment grounds. Does this give hope that other lawsuits based upon other aspects of the law might find support from the Supremes?

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Election Fraud: Democrats Stole the Election

Election Fraud: Democrats Stole the Election

The electoral fraud evidence is accumulating to the point where I must conclude that the November election was stolen by the Democrats. In the months leading up to the election, report after report surfaced highlighting significant erosion of support for President Obama. Electoral fraud can occur at any stage in the process, but there are three main types.

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Can You Trust the President, Congress or the Courts to Protect Your Privacy Rights?

Can You Trust the President, Congress or the Courts to Protect Your Privacy Rights?

Nothing you write, say, text, tweet or share via phone or computer is private anymore. This is the reality of the internet-dependent, plugged-in life of most Americans today. Do we allow the government liberal powers to control and spy on all electronic communications flowing through the United States? Can we trust the government not to abuse its privileges and respect our privacy rights? Does it even matter, given that we have no real say in the matter?

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RINO Romney Wounded More Than His Own Political Aspirations

Cliff Kincaid’s latest column at RenewAmerica says a number of important observations that have been bouncing around in my head the last couple of weeks. The evidence is clear that-yet again-an exposed RINO cannot fool the Republican base into supporting him. It is also clear that Mitt Romney’s loss, and the historic losses for marriage in some states, were not unrelated events.

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