Archive for August 21st, 2013

New Jersey Homosexual Therapy Bill Undermines Parental Rights, Responsibilities

New Jersey Homosexual Therapy Bill Undermines Parental Rights, Responsibilities

Peter LaBarbera, President of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH.org), said today that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie succumbed to homosexual activist propaganda and myths in signing into law a bill that bans professional counselors in the Garden State “from attempting to change a minor’s sexual orientation.” LaBarbera cited several concerns about this draconian measure.

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President Obama’s Constitutional Power to Tax

President Obama’s Constitutional Power to Tax

What’s a president to do when he wants to implement an ambitious five-year program to provide high-speed Internet access to every single school in America, but lacks congressional support or funding? Apparently, in the case of Barack Obama, it is to just assume the authority to raise taxes to fund the program into existence, and then just arbitrarily spend the money to implement it.

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Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD)

Rep. Noem in Rapid City Thursday

Rep. Kristi Noem will attend the Central States Fair in Rapid City on Thursday, August 22nd.

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Report: States Track Medical Data from Birth to Death Without Consent

Report: States Track Medical Data from Birth to Death Without Consent

Today, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, CCHFreedom.org) released its eight-year study. CCHF has been researching health departments in all 50 states to find out how they use funding from the federal government to obtain and store citizens’ private medical information — in most cases, without patients’ consent. One alarming fact, says patient advocate and co-founder of CCHF, Twila Brase, is that the information is stored and identified along with the name of each individual American.

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South Dakota ACT Scores: Still Above National Average

South Dakota ACT Scores: Still Above National Average

The state’s ACT scores are on the rise, and despite one of the highest participation rates in the nation, South Dakota continues to see above-average performance by test-takers. Nearly 80 percent of South Dakota’s 2013 graduates took the ACT. The students earned an average composite ACT score of 21.9, compared to a national average of 20.9. The state average has been at 21.8 for the past three years.

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The ‘French Republicans’

The ‘French Republicans’

Did you know that in America now we have “French Republicans.” Yeah, they’re always surrendering. As Sean Hannity says in this interview with Mark Levin, “Everyone of these guys ran on repealing ObamaCare and replacing…Now’s the moment of truth, and if they don’t do it, as far as I’m concerned, they’re not any better than the Democrats. They’re not fighting. They don’t represent anything different.”

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Declare Victory in the War on Inequality

Declare Victory in the War on Inequality

There is no doubt that our great nation’s formation reflected the cultural norms of the late eighteenth century with its sexual and race based biases. These cultural inequities were addressed after years of debate, a bloody civil war, and the passage of a number of Constitutional Amendments. Regulations were implemented to enforce these laws and affirmative action was created as a temporary measure to accelerate the change. But the question now is how long is “temporary” and when will the need for affirmative action ever end? Now fifty years later, maybe it’s about time to declare victory in this War on Inequality.

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The Valley of Megiddo in Israel (Photo credit: Peter van der Sluijs)

World Events: Where It’s All Heading

As these days and hours here in America and the world rapidly come to a grand conclusion and we see the exponential evaporation of moral absolutes and the EXPONENTIAL rapid growth of lawlessness right before our very eyes – the chief of these being rejection of the Divine institute of marriage - remember what Almighty God’s Word has clearly stated must be! All national and global events of our day are headed to the world’s final war against it’s Creator at Armageddon!

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