Archive for July 2nd, 2008

The Hill Highlights Chris Lien’s ANWR Trip

Last month the Rapid City Journal reported that U.S. House of Representatives candidate Chris Lien of Rapid City will join other U.S. House candidates in visiting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) to see the area for themselves and to promote drilling in the area. Lien said last month: “In the past 35 days, I […]

Homosexual Activists Attack Democracy

By whatever means… That must surely be the motto of homosexual activists. They’ll try democracy and the will of the people if they think they’ve deluded society’s moral compass enough to fool them into advancing the homosexual agenda. If that fails, use the imperial courts to advance their agenda. If the people try to regain […]

Who Controls the Political Forces?

American Minute from William J. Federer One bullet grazed his elbow, but a second lodged in the back of President James Garfield, who was shot by a member of a polygamist-type cult on JULY 2, 1881, as he waited in a Washington, D.C., train station. Garfield had only been in office four months. Though not […]

Rush Limbaugh Signs Record-Setting Deal

Drudge reports today that Rush Limbaugh has signed an unprecedented contract package worth $400 million through 2016 with Clear Channel and Premier Radio. His deal puts him ahead of Katie Couric, Brian Williams, Charlie Gibson and Diane Sawyer–combined! The libs and the blue-blood Republicans must be weeping and gnashing teeth! Not bad for a guy […]

John W. Whitehead: Would You Risk It All for Freedom?

By John W. Whitehead “Dissent is the greatest form of patriotism.”—Thomas Jefferson Let me tell you a story about 56 men who risked everything—their fortunes and their lives—to take a stand for truth. These men laid everything on the line, pledged it all— “our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor”—because they believed in a […]

Obama’s Judges

What kind of Supreme Court judges would Barack Obama appoint as president? From NewsMax: When asked by CNN in May whether any current justices would be models for his nominees, Obama replied that he considered Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and David Souter to be sensible judges. All three voted in the majority in the […]

Willow Creek Changes for Greater Depth in Growth

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lillian KwonChristian Post ReporterTue, Jul. 01 2008 04:05 PM EDT Months of misleading headlines and rumors floating in the blogosphere have prompted one influential megachurch to set the record straight about the major changes the church is making. Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill., recently […] Parenthood Radio Debate

From the blog: Kimberly Martinez, of the Alpha Center, will be debating Kate Looby, of Planned Parenthood, at NOON Wednesday, July 2nd on SD Public Radio! The topic will be the recent court decision on SD’s informed consent law. (See below for more information regarding the court’s decision.) It is sure to provide some […]

Abortion Sonogram Law Takes Effect Today

The sonogram bill sponsored by District 33 Senator Dennis Schmidt takes effect today. SB 88 had a tough push, and for a while it looked like it might not make it when it was killed in committee by Senators Jerstad, Katus, (Ed) Olson, Two Bulls, and Dempster. But it was successfully “smoked out” and passed […]

Jericho Fans Mobilize to Support Deployed Troops

Thank-you messages from Jericho execs to accompany DVD shipment FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE There’s more to fans of the serial post-apocalyptic show Jericho than shipments of nuts. They’re also good for hundreds of DVDs being shipped to deployed service men and women who need a little entertainment and relief while serving their tours of duty in […]