Archive for May 21st, 2008

Ninth Circus Court Attacks Military Policy on Homosexuals

Apparently a full-court (literally) press against normal human sexuality is under way. A couple of weeks ago, the California Supreme Court manufactured a right for homosexuals to call their unions “marriage.” Now, according to CNS News, the Ninth Circus Court of Appeals in San Francisco (where else) has, in a split decision, ruled that the […]

UPDATE: Judge Approves South Dakota Exit Polling Agreement

An AP story at the Sioux Falls page of the Examiner says U.S. District Judge Lawrence Piersol of Sioux Falls has approved a settlement that would allow news agencies to conduct exit polling within 100 ft of polling places. Several news agencies had filed a lawsuit earlier this month, claiming that if they were forced […]

Video: Oil Execs Ask Congress for Freedom, Not Marxism

This video is from today’s oil exec testimony before Congress. Until Congress quits acting like a bunch of environmentalist wackos and Marxists, opening up ANWR and other oil production and clearing the way for several new refineries in the United States, I’m not interested in hearing any more talk of taxing oil companies. That will […]

Homosexual Activist Adovcates Jail for Refusing to Recognize Homosexual ‘Marriage’

Even if he has a chance to implement it, Barack Obama’s radical vision for a completely new society won’t be enough for homosexual activists. You’re going to have to LIKE IT. A couple of years ago, judicial oligarchs in Massachussets torpedoed marriage in that state. Now a different group of judicial activists have done the […]

Obama Supports DOMA Repeal

CNS News highlights the radical agenda Barack Obama has for marriage, the American family and our society in general. In a statement on homosexual issues on Obama’s campaign website, Obama says we should “fully repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and enact legislation that would ensure that the 1,100+ federal legal rights and benefits currently […]

Agreement Reached on Election Exit Polling Lawsuit

KOTA is reporting that an agreement has been reached between the state of South Dakota and several news organizations who sued a couple of weeks ago to conduct exit polling in the upcoming June 3 primary. Exit polling with 100 feet of polling places is prohibited by SDCL 12-18-3. Not many details are provided in […]

Quality or Not — Support the Woman: Hillary Clinton for President

by Carrie K. Hutchens I find it totally offensive that some women are supporting Hillary Clinton simply because she is a woman. How disrespectful of self and others is that? I believe that “qualified” and “quality” women should have an equal chance at being in law enforcement (or any other position being sought) as any […]

Today in History: The American Red Cross

American Minute from William J. Federer The American Red Cross was organized MAY 21, 1881, by Clara Barton, a schoolteacher who had moved to Washington at the outbreak of the Civil War. Clara Barton distributed relief supplies to wounded soldiers and, at the request of President Lincoln, aided in searching for missing men. Clara Barton […]