Archive for August 15th, 2008

Atheists Want to Share Their Faith at Interfaith Event

Atheists reject all religion and faith, right? Oh, so wrong. I’ve long contended that atheism (and its cousin evolution) are a religion because of the amount of faith required to believe these things with no proof. Now there is an admission from the atheists. According to The Gazette, atheist Democrats in the Secular Coalition Group […]

Following the Truth Where Ever It Leads

We always want to be careful about jumping to conclusions based on anecdotal evidence. A handful of personal stories might not be representative of the bigger picture and have the potential to mislead when not all the facts about these stories are known. But when trends and patters begin to develop, that tells us there […]

The Pain Never Really Goes Away

*Publisher’s note: this personal testimony is being reprinted in light of the upcoming vote in South Dakota on Initiated Measure 11 and the recent statement by the American Psychological Association that abortion does not threaten women’s mental health. By Tracy ReynoldsMedia LiaisonOperation Outcry I was born in the Pacific Island of Saipan when my father […]

Groups: APA Rebuffed Testimony of Abortion Mental Health Issues

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lillian KwonChristian Post ReporterFri, Aug. 15 2008 10:18 AM EDT A newly released report by the American Psychological Association is drawing fire from family groups and pro-life advocates who say abortion, even one time, can cause considerable psychological harm to a woman. “The American Psychological Association’s so-called […]

Argus: Johnson Absence at Debates Coming to Forefront

The “mainstream” media is starting to acknowledge that Senator Tim Johnson’s decision not to attend any debates against Republican challenger Joel Dykstra this campaign season is becoming a very important issue with the voters. Today the Argus Leader ran an article titled “No debating: Issue Comes to campaign’s forefront” which said “The bottom line is […]

You Might Be a Liberal…

A few good ones from John Hawkins’ “25 Reasons You Might Be a Liberal“: * You think kids in public schools should have to watch Earth in the Balance and read Heather Has Two Mommies, but no piece of literature with the word “Jesus” on it should be allowed within a hundred yards of a […]

NewsBusted Conservative Comedy 8/15/2008

Topics in today’s show: –Economists say America’s economy would do better under McCain than Obama –Obama flip-flops on oil reserves –Liberal blogs 12x more likely to use profanity than conservative blogs –Jenna Jameson pregnant –Cheech and Chong reunite NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the news of the day, uploaded every Tuesday and every Friday.

CDC Looking at Gardasil-Related Problems

A number of problems with the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccination Gardasil have been identified since South Dakota Governor Mike Rounds made it available at taxpayer expense. In addition to concerns from the American College of Pediatricians, Dr. Diane Harper, a lead researcher for the vaccine, has criticized the aggressive marketing campaign of the drug. […]

If Abortion Had Not Been Legal…

*Publisher’s note: this personal testimony is being reprinted in light of the upcoming vote in South Dakota on Initiated Measure 11 and the recent statement by the American Psychological Association that abortion does not threaten women’s mental health. By Lisa Dudley Director of Outreach Operation Outcry At 24-years-old, I learned I was pregnant. My boyfriend […]

Lengthy Phone Polls for Senator Johnson Going Out

A Dakota Voice reader contacted me today and said he received a call from a polling group a couple of nights ago on behalf of Senator Tim Johnson’s campaign. He said it was a pretty long call (about 20 minutes), which would be one of the most extensive polling calls I’ve ever heard of. He […]

The APA: When Bias Eclipses Science

The American Psychological Association released a one-sided report yesterday which made the incredible claim that abortion is not a detriment to women’s mental health. Politically correct positions are certainly no stranger to the American Psychiatric Association. In 1973, after protests and harassment from homosexual activists, the APA caved and removed homosexuality from its list of […]