Archive for March 17th, 2008

Heritage Foundation: Why the D.C. Gun Ban Is Unconstitutional

Todd Gaziano, director of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation, explains why D.C.’s extremely restrictive gun control laws are unconstitutional. Related Research:

Supporting Hillary Clinton: When Some Catholics Sell-Out to the Abortion-minded

It’s amazing how many Catholics are openly supporting Hillary Clinton — a pro-abortion candidate! A candidate who brags about her pro-choice speech and thinks it is a plus to her worthiness as a presidential candidate. What’s up? What’s up with these Catholics that are flaunting their support of Hillary Clinton? Do they really not know […]

Abortion Can Lead to Mental Illness

The debate about the risks involved in abortion is not just confined to the United States. Even in highly secularized Great Britain, researchers are finding that abortion is not the magic bullet once claimed to alleviate all female ills. According to the Times newspaper, The Royal College of Psychiatrists has recognized the mental health risks […]

Why the Democrat Attack Dogs Attacked Steve Kirby

Randy Rasmussen has another great opinion piece in today’s Rapid City Journal. I don’t think you’ll find it online, but I encourage you to find a hard copy, if only for this great op/ed. (A friend who talked to Randy last week tells me he will be filling this slot each week, at least for […]

Good gravy! What must we do to get South Dakota better grades?

By Gordon Garnos AT ISSUE: Monday was the day Governor Rounds decided which bills the Legislature passed would become law. In a sense, he was putting a grade on them. They either passed or failed to get his signature. Then, legislators had to decide if they were going override any of his vetoes. Overriding vetoes […]

Will the Second Amendment Be Upheld?

“The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.”-Thomas Jefferson The United States Supreme Court will hear opening remarks in the case of District of Columibia v. Heller tomorrow, March 18th. A Colorado University law professor, Scott […]