Archive for January 20th, 2014

Rapid City Progress Report Released

Rapid City Progress Report Released

Rapid City, SD: Mayor Sam Kooiker held a press conference at City Hall discussing details of the latest Quarterly Progress Report. The Progress Report is a quarterly update of projects in progress, long term goals, and actions taken.

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America’s Honor Besmirched

America’s Honor Besmirched

It has been said that the quickest way to end a war is to surrender. Obama has found an even quicker way — surrender BEFORE the war! If we continue to act out this script we will, inevitably, find ourselves at war beginning on a regional scale then quickly expanding to a global conflagration.

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Abortion, Parenthood and Responsibility: The Double Standard

Abortion, Parenthood and Responsibility: The Double Standard

There is a double standard men face when it comes to abortion, parenthood and responsibility. Don’t pro-aborts tell us that a woman shouldn’t be forced to become a mother if she doesn’t want to? Is the same true of a man? Should a man be forced to become a father if he doesn’t want to?

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Martin Luther King, Jr., 1964

Was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. a Christian?

Was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Saved? This is a question that I have often asked myself. There is no doubt that he had the trappings of a “Christian”, but was he saved as the Word of Almighty God requires? This is not a black or white issue but a sound biblical one, for in the END that is what life is ALL about.

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The False Claim of Civil Rights

The False Claim of Civil Rights

It was only a little over seventeen minutes in length but it is said to be the most remembered and the most memorized speech in American History. Fifty years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people gathered in Washington, DC. But it was not, as many have falsely claimed, a call for “civil” rights. In fact, in my view, Dr. King was not a champion of “civil” rights. He was a champion of God-given rights.

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Convicted muderer Dennis McGuire

The (Imagined) Horror of Dennis McGuire’s Execution

The horror is that the media will have 10,000 more articles about the imagined suffering of executed rapist/torturer/murderer Dennis McGuire than they did about the real suffering of his victims, Joy Stewart, her husband Kenny, unborn child Carl and their families and friends. McGuire had more time on death row than Joy had in life.

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Should We Wallow in the Rising Stock Market?

Should We Wallow in the Rising Stock Market?

Keynesian economists have cited the rising U.S. stock market as evidence that the economy is picking up steam. Then they’ve been surprised by the unemployment and lack of hiring. The stock market, despite record highs, is not correlated to the performance of the overall economy.

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Who Will Win the War Against Income Inequality?

Who Will Win the War Against Income Inequality?

From each according to their ability to each according to their need was the hollow promise of the Soviet Union. It was long known to be merely the cover for a ruthless Communist Party that pretended to build a worker’s paradise while in fact enslaving a nation for its own gain. Today, this infamous lie has been resurrected in America as the war against income inequality.

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Page 1 of the Articles of Confederation

History Does not Agree with the Article V Apologists

As I mentioned in my last piece on this subject, Mark Levin and his associates have hinged all their ideas on acceptance of an Article V Convention, which is completely undermined if the Constitution is invalid. Therefore, they must discredit the foundational idea that the States were ever sovereign, free, or independent. The big problem is, American history doesn’t agree with them.

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