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Free Kent Hovind

Free Kent Hovind

George Washington said, “Government is not reason, nor eloquence. It is force. And like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearsome master.” The IRS has ruined Dr. Kent Hovind’s life. It is a sad time in America when we are in fear of our government. You need look no further than what Lois Lerner did with the hammer of the IRS. We are all just one audit away from destruction.

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Green-Eyed Greed

Green-Eyed Greed

In the U.S. Supreme Court case Kelo v. New London the supreme court “injustices” essentially decreed that no one can own property in America any longer. Any civil government body, state, federal or local can seize your property by eminent domain and there is nothing you can do about it.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – We Made No Money On It

SOS: Speaking of Seniors - We Made No Money On It

The fall is the busiest time in our insurance agency because that is the time that the federal government schedules for senior citizens to review and consider changing their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan coverage.

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Programmed to Surrender Your Freedom

Programmed to Surrender Your Freedom

Studies suggest that those who watch reality shows tend to view what they see as the “norm.” Thus, those who watch shows characterized by lying, aggression and meanness not only come to see such behavior as acceptable but find it entertaining. It’s a phenomenon called “humilitainment,” a term coined by media scholars Brad Waite and Sara Booker to refer to the tendency for viewers to take pleasure in someone else’s humiliation, suffering and pain.

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Freedom from Regulations Supported by SD House

Freedom from Regulations Supported by SD House

The South Dakota House of Representatives voted 56-14 in favor of HCR 1005, a resolution calling on congress to propose a “regulation freedom amendment” to the U.S. Constitution due to the encroachment of liberty perpetrated by our nation’s out-of-control regulatory environment. A key provision of the resolution calls for a majority vote by congress on any federal regulation that one-quarter of the members of congress oppose.

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Taxpayer-Paid Lobbyists in Pierre

Taxpayer-Paid Lobbyists in Pierre

One can understand and accept that private individuals and organizations should be able to make an appeal to their own government in protection of their own interest. But what about government appealing to government in its own interest? When it comes to taxpayer-funded lobbyists in Pierre, the taxpaying public doesn’t have a chance against this crew. Here’s why.

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Demolition of the Cabrini Green Housing Project in Chicago (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Government housing is a bad idea

his past week, following the nation’s celebration of the birthday of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the U.S. Supreme Court heard an important case related to landmark law enacted during the civil rights era – the Fair Housing Law of 1968. This case highlights how some policies that followed civil rights era legislation – in this case government low-income housing projects – actually have hurt the very communities they were supposed to help.

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The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

“I remember when there were those who were exposing government corruption and it was called a ‘conspiracy theory.’ Now, 50 years later. I find that it was not theory.  In fact, it is now a reality.” (Jeremiah 11:9) – Posted from commenter at Bradlee Dean’s Facebook page I am humored by the sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity that some people in this country accept concerning their representatives on the topic of “Global terror.” Friends, it is not just America that I am now addressing, I am addressing the peoples, the governments and the incumbent representatives on a global scale. We see these officials act rather strangely after these supposed “terror attacks.” They seem to conglomerate on cue and ally themselves to condemn the acts, yet not the actors.  In the end, they ask the people to give up their rights while attempting to disarm them for the “global good.” Additionally, […]

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We Were Born for Devastation and Reform

We Were Born for Devastation and Reform

We needn’t look any further than our (ethically-challenged) elected officials to get a sobering picture of how badly broken our godless and depraved society has become. They are barely even hiding their lack of ethics (and conflicts of interest). Their ultimate motivation is getting rich off the backs of a debt-laden American citizenry.

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Enslaved by Technology

Enslaved by Technology

If ever Americans sell their birthright, it will be for the promise of expediency and comfort delivered by way of blazingly fast Internet, cell phone signals that never drop a call, thermostats that keep us at the perfect temperature without our having to raise a finger, and entertainment that can be simultaneously streamed to our TVs, tablets and cell phones.

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