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The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.

Remembering the Founding Fathers on Father’s Day

Today many in the United States are crying out to President Obama and Government (i.e., Washington D.C.) to do more and more to fix our national ills. The notion that Big Government has all our answers and the solutions we need in this very chaotic and unstable world is fairy tale.

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Remember Flag Day?

Remember Flag Day?

Remember when I led the parade? Hats came off and hands were placed over one’s heart as I approached and passed by.

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The Fourteenth Amendment Does Not Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

The Fourteenth Amendment Does Not Mandate Same-Sex Marriage

Generally, courts have ruled for same-sex marriage using either the “due process clause” or the “equal protection clause” of the Fourteenth Amendment, or both. That raises a simple question: is it really possible that when the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified in 1868 the framers intended that it sanction same-sex marriage? Of course not. The U.S. Constitution says nothing about same-sex marriage. Then, how could the Constitution be manipulated to support a decision in favor of same-sex marriage? Well it has not been easy

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Are You a Slave or a Rebel?

Are You a Slave or a Rebel?

Some Americans are beginning to realize that they are slaves and that if they don’t act soon, they will find themselves imprisoned in the electronic concentration camp indefinitely. Mind you, there may not be any chains hanging from the dungeon walls, but it is a prison nonetheless, and we are, without a doubt, inmates serving life sentences.

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We Are A Conquered Nation

We Are A Conquered Nation

It’s time to take the gloves off. For decades, I have been writing that the Progressives who have ruled our nation since 1988 have been using every tactic at their disposal to transform America from the indispensable nation to a disposable dystopia. I have railed against the open border mass immigration importation of Democrat voters that has swamped our culture and warped our electoral process.

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71st Anniversary of D-Day: An Analogy

71st Anniversary of D-Day: An Analogy

On June 6, 1944, 150,000 Allied soldiers clambered aboard heaving landing craft and braved six-foot swells, waves of machine gun fire, and more than 6 million mines to claim a stretch of sand at a place called Normandy. Their mission was to carve out an Allied foothold on the edge of Nazi-occupied Europe for the army of more than one million that would follow them in the summer of 1944.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (Photo credit: Darth Kalwejt)

What Can’t Be Ignored

Today, Bernie Sanders’ claimed socialist identity should not be taken lightly. His formidable presence is anticipatory to what is being highlighted in schools and universities across our country. The good senator senses this growing support and thus, the battle begins. So, it’s time we realize that communism is still our foe, and this time around, the battlefield lies within the hearts and minds of Americans.

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Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Much has been made recently about a Pew Research poll released in May which indicated the number of Christians in America is falling. But while this was met with great glee by the secularist Left and other God-haters, it bears noting that even after over half a century of lies and vilification of Christianity from the Left, still more than 70% of Americans identify with Christianity.

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Combat Artist to Speak in Rapid City

Combat Artist to Speak in Rapid City

Sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group, combat artist James Pollock of Pierre will visually present his documentation of the Vietnam War on Saturday, June 13 at Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, 930-1130 am.

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The Signers of Massachusetts: Restorers or Revolutionaries?

The Signers of Massachusetts: Restorers or Revolutionaries?

Of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence, five came from Massachusetts. Their names were John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Elbridge Gerry, and Robert Treat Paine.

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