Archive for March 4th, 2015

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu Demonstrated Statesman’s Handling of Truth

Greatness in statesmanship is a rare commodity. Not every generation is blessed to know a truly great statesman. Those who have never seen greatness in a leader have no idea of how to identify or measure greatness in their own generation without having learned history sufficiently well to see their present leaders in the context of world events.

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Republican Legislature Upholds Transgender Agenda in Schools

Republican Legislature Upholds Transgender Agenda in Schools

On Tuesday, the South Dakota Senate Education Committee heard testimony on HB 1195 to “declare void the transgender policy of the South Dakota High School Activities Association and to establish a determinant in identifying a student’s sexual identity for the purpose of participation in high school athletics.” The “Republican” supermajority legislature killed the bill on a 4-3 vote.

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God or Government?

God or Government?

If our society accepts the notion that the source of our liberty is government rather than God, then that liberty is no longer secure. What the government gives, it can take away. Thomas Jefferson rightly asked, “Can the liberties of a nation be secure when we have removed a conviction that these liberties are the gift of God?” Every American should ask themselves this same question.

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Nancy Pelosi

Pelosi and the Condescension Netanyahu Drama

Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s “condescension” claim sets a new height on the bar of hypocrisy. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was condescending during his speech before Congress and other guests? How about you, Nancy Pelosi?

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Boehner Caves to Obama’s Amnesty

Boehner Caves to Obama’s Amnesty

“We were never going to win in Congress.” That is the epitaph spoken by Speaker Boehner ally Representative Tom Cole on the collapse of House Leadership’s resolve to legislatively fight Executive Amnesty. It may also be the final nail in the coffin for the notion of co-equal branches of government, as President Obama has already announced that he is considering using unilateral executive actions to ban ammunition and raise corporate taxes, on top of his massive Internet regulation announced last week.

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Billionaires and Billions of Food Stamps

Billionaires and Billions of Food Stamps

The United States ranked second among new billionaires, contributing 57 new billionaires. Who is the most famous rookie on the billionaires list? Michael Jordan, just doing it! Just under 23 million households or 46 ½ million persons rely on food stamps. Twenty percent of American youth are now dependent on food stamps.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, March 4, 2015

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, March 4, 2015

This is a quick look at some of the important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today, including appropriations for a wildlife habitat, affirming the sanctity of human life, immunizations, the juvenile justice system overhaul, domestic abuse language changes, human trafficking and more.

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A Sandy Foundation

A Sandy Foundation

Scientism, naturalism and atheism are the foundational trinity of modern secular thought. A rejection of all that is sacred and pure is the new normal. We’ve been thrust headlong toward a future path void of moral clarity, social direction, ethical guidance, personal discretion, and spiritual wisdom.

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