Archive for June 2008

AIDS On the Increase in Homosexual Community

AIDS is on the increase in the homosexual community, but are you likely to hear about it from most of the “mainstream” media? From Reuters yesterday: Between 2001 and 2006, male-to-male sex was the largest HIV transmission category in the US, and the only one associated with an increasing number of HIV/AIDS diagnoses, according to […]

South Dakota Informed Consent Injunction Lifted

A victory for pro-lifers today as word comes from KOTA that the 8th U.S. Court of Appeals has overturned a lower court decision to block enforcement of a South Dakota law that would require doctors to tell women seeking abortions that the procedure ends a human life. The case now goes back to U.S. District […]

Overcoming Handicaps

American Minute from William J. Federer Helen Keller was born JUNE 27, 1880. At the age of two she suffered an illness that left her blind and deaf. Her parents took her to Dr. Alexander Graham Bell who recommended the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston. There, at age of 7, Helen was tutored […]

Three Concerns About the Rapid Expansion of Federal Criminal

The rapid expansion of federal criminal law leads to these three concerns: 1)It’s easy to unknowingly violate federal criminal law.2)Few federal defendants ever get their day in court.3)Over-federalizing crime makes us less safe.

Democrat Pledges to ‘Rip Apart’ Child Molestation Victims

Here’s some good ole family values from Rep. James Fagan of Massachusetts, a lawyer and elected representative–someone who should epitomize lawfulness and protection of innocent citizens. From WorldNetDaily, Democrat Rep. Fagan (as he upholds the highest in family values) says no stoop is too low for him to get his child-molesting dirtbag client off the […]

Canadian Healthcare "In Ruins"

I have and others at Dakota Voice have written in previous posts of our concerns about a single-payer health care system such as that of our northern neighbors. I have written about how costs can be contained only by rationing services. No amount of taxation or other revenue sources can ever keep up with the […]

Arctic Volcanos Belching Greenhouse Gasses

Our SUV’s are belching out too much greenhouse gas and causing global warming, right? Maybe not. From comes the story of an international team that looked at the ocean floor in the Arctic. They found huge fountains of gas and molten lava exploding from the ocean floor. The scientists say the heat released by […]

Take Just One Minute

Study Says Evangelicals Less Known than Homosexuals

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Audrey BarrickChristian Post ReporterThu, Jun. 26 2008 04:50 PM EDT More Americans are acquainted with a gay or lesbian person than an evangelical, according to a recent study. The latest research by Phoenix-based Ellison Research found that only 24 percent of all Americans who say they are […]

Indoctrination at Zero to Five

Socialists have been after our children at younger and younger ages for years. One of the latest efforts to get children out of the home and into the hands of state social engineers is the universal preschool or pre-k effort which has really ramped up in the past few years. Even in relatively conservative South […]

North Korea: Human Rights Concerns Remain

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Ethan ColeChristian Post ReporterThu, Jun. 26 2008 04:56 PM EDTPresident Bush said Thursday he plans to call for the removal of North Korea from a U.S. list of states that sponsor terrorism after receiving news that the rogue government has handed over its long-awaited nuclear program declaration. […]

Now Marriage Protection Acts in Both Senate and House

About a month ago, Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA) introduced HJR 89, the Marriage Protection Amendment, to the U.S. House to define what people used to understand and take for granted: that marriage is between a man and a woman. A Federal Marriage Amendment is of paramount importance given the recent decision by the California Supreme […]

Abortion Facility Closes After Nearly Two Decades of Prayer

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Aaron LeichmanChristian Post ReporterThu, Jun. 26 2008 01:11 PM EDT In what pro-life advocates have described as nothing other than the miraculous work of God, a series of abortion clinics throughout Dallas have closed down after a prominent bishop began leading prayers for their closure 18 years […]

Book Attempts to Explain Why People Go to Church

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Anne ThomasChristian Post CorrespondentThu, Jun. 26 2008 09:31 AM EDTA new book hitting shelves this week flies in the face of gloomy predictions of church decline by setting out exactly why so many people still head to their local churches each Sunday. What Am I Doing Here? […]

Supreme Court Affirms Second Amendment

As my fellow Dakota Voice publisher Dr. Theo has already highlighted, the U.S. Supreme Court has articulated and affirmed what most Americans (outside liberal circles) have known for more than 200 years: Americans have the right to keep and bear arms, per the Second Amendment. From the Dallas Morning News: The Supreme Court tossed out […]

Energy Expert: Offshore Drilling Environmentally Sound

From CNS News, The Institute for Energy Research (IER) says offshore drilling for oil is environmentally sound: IER’s Senior Vice President of Policy Daniel Kish asked about the environmental risk of oil drilling, said, “There’s always a risk in any kind of energy development. Windmills kill birds.” Kish also noted that offshore oil drilling is […]

Where the UN Went Wrong

American Minute from William J. Federer The United Nations Charter was signed JUNE 26, 1945, by 51 member nations. Two months earlier, President Truman addressed the delegates: “At no time in history has there been a more important Conference than this one in San Francisco which you are opening today…As we are about to undertake […]

Family Values are Down the Narrow Path

Just a little commentary on a post at DakotaWomen about a Christian Post article we reprinted on poll results that showed most people believe the elements that make up the ideal life are centered around solid family values. One thing that Kelsey seems to miss is that, if liberals were so into these things (integrity, […]

Preserving the American Dream

I’m less than enthusiastic about John Mccain. But the portrait of America shown in this video…woooooo! That’s beautiful! That’s what makes America great! That’s real! That’s worth preserving and worth fighting for. And Barack Obama would take us 180 degrees from all that at 90 MPH. Preserving the American Dream = Voting Republican “Freedom” — […]

Homosexuals Hijacking Christian Principles

I’ve been seeing quite a lot of this recently: homosexual activists who try to hijack Christians, Christianity and Christian principles to advance their perception of legitimacy. It can come in many forms and avenues, but it usually involves some sort of appeal to a Christian principle or virtue which is supposed to “shame” the Christian […]

New Blog: SD Wingnuts

Courtesy of Pat Powers at the South Dakota War College, we learn of a new addition to the South Dakota blogosphere: SD Wingnuts. Welcome to the blogosphere, guys! I had heard of this group in the last day or two, but didn’t know they had a blog. It looks like they’re based out of or […]

The Real Election–How are YOU Voting?

BY PAUL E. SCATES For months now we’ve been inundated with platitudes and promises from the presidential wannabes, and with their prescriptions for what ails our nation. It’s revealing that none of them (including Mike Huckabee, the “almost pastor”) offered anything but the same old tired political and ideological claptrap, when all the problems in […]

SCOTUS Upholds the Right of the People

June 26, 2008 will probably not soon resonate with the same significance and clarity as July 4, 1776, but perhaps it should. Today the rights of a free people, above the vagaries of a political class, have been reasserted and affirmed. We the People will be ruled only by God and ourselves, and when elected […]

Statistical Bait and Switch for Socialism

GUEST COLUMN BY ANTON KAISER Capitalism is all about competition, so Americans love top ten lists, especially if those lists compare states. Not only are we often nationalists but also regionalists. In other words, we like to be proud of ourselves – where we live and how we stack up compared to others. Unfortunately, we […]

Marines – They’re Always There

As a 10-year veteran of the United States Air Force, I wasn’t a Marine. But I got the chance to work alongside several Marines on several occasions. As proud as I am of my own military branch, I thank God for the United States Marines. I sleep better knowing they’re on duty. Classy, succinct and […]