Archive for January 20th, 2016

’13 Hours’ Examines Why No Help Came in Benghazi

’13 Hours’ Examines Why No Help Came in Benghazi

The movie begins by stating “This is a true story” instead of hiding behind writers who augment details to entertain us. It leaves out any reference to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and barely mentions the President, all for the purpose of conveying a factual narrative without becoming a partisan attack.

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Farm Votes Carry Weight in 2016

Farm Votes Carry Weight in 2016

Agriculture matters, and whoever wins the GOP nomination will need to dominate in the rural agriculture areas in key electoral states in order to win their electoral votes.

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The Source of Law, Rights, and Martin Luther King Jr.

The Source of Law, Rights, and Martin Luther King Jr.

Immorality, theft, vandalism, Second Amendment violations, and so-called civil rights were not the basis of this Martin Luther King Jr.’s philosophies. His mission was to proclaim the Gospel and his basis was God-given rights, and liberty under Law.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Defends what the Supreme Court Revokes

Martin Luther King Jr. Defends what the Supreme Court Revokes

We celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day recently, and while we should honor this extraordinarily great man, we cannot pretend that our God-given rights are totally secured. They are far from secure.

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Ted Cruz speaking at Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. on October 7, 2011. (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Cruz ‘Unelectable’ and Other Trump-Sized Lies

I can’t believe what I’ve been reading the past few days. So-called conservative Christians are bailing on Cruz (although they were probably never with him to begin with) and backing Trump. Talk about selling your soul.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Jan. 20, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Jan. 20, 2016

These are some of the bills in the South Dakota Legislature that we’re watching at American Clarion. These are scheduled for hearings and votes on Jan. 20.

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