Archive for August 26th, 2008

On Underground Crime

Earlier today I noticed radical pro-abortionist Anna at DakotaWomen seemed disturbed that “underground” abortions were still occurring in America. Several thoughts crossed my mind, but then I saw that Pastor Steve had already taken care of most of them at Voices Carry. A few additional thoughts include one which expresses confusion that even though the […]

New Report Blames Solar Winds for Temperature Change

CNS News reports on new evidence from Fred Singer, an atmospheric and space physicist, which points to solar activity as the cause of any warming on planet earth. There is now little doubt that solar-wind variability [streams of ionized gases that radiate out from the sun] is the primary cause of climate change on a […]

School Lawsuit Fundraiser: Brats for Brats

Great coverage at the South Dakota War College of the silly school funding lawsuit where government wanted to use taxpayer funds to sue government for more taxpayer funds. Seems the Mitchell Daily Republic is reporting that supporters of this lawsuit are doing something which would have been more proper for them to have done from […]

Unwilling to Defend

Peter Huessy, President of GeoStrategic Analysis, has a damning piece in Human Events on Joe Biden’s reprehensible record on national defense. In order for you to get the full picture, I’d either need to copy the entire text of Huessy’s piece here, or just ask you to go read his whole article–so I’ll opt for […]

Liberals Look for Customers by Switching the Tracks

Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats are pushing hard for unrestricted access to abortion for any reason whatsoever, and for the total legitimization of homosexual behavior. But while that makes radicals like them happy, apparently it doesn’t do much for most Americans. A new WorldNetDaily/Zogby poll of 1,099 likely voters found 58.3 percent would support […]

Abortion a ‘Core Moral Value’ of Democrat Party

So the freedom to kill your unborn child is a “core moral value” of the Democrat Party? So says Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL, as reported by OneNewsNow. It’s happening so often these days, and this is yet another example of how I am so frequently reminded of Isaiah 5:20 Woe to those who call […]

"BigDog," Back to the Future

The mule has long been the mascot of the United States Army because it was used extensively through several wars to bring men and materiel to the battlefront. Replaced by the venerable JEEP in WWII, there remained things that the mule could do that no mechanical device could replicate. Operations in Burma, India and parts […]

Reports Find Universal Preschool Benefit ‘Substantially Overstated’

Universal preschool has been pushed in the South Dakota legislature for at least a couple of years now. Although it has been rebuffed in each of the last two legislative sessions, proponents are sure to try again in 2009 despite the testimony of people like Stanford professor Erik Hanushek that there’s no bang for the […]

Marching On

American Minute from William J. Federer “Women can vote” was the news AUGUST 26, 1920, with the passage of the 19th Amendment: “The right of citizens of the U.S. to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.” President Gerald Ford stated February 13, […]

It’s 3 AM and You Have a Speech You Gave in 2002

John McCain’s latest ad.

NewsBusted Conservative Comedy 8/26/2008

Topics in today’s show: –Biden gets the veep nod –Democrats kick off their convention –McCain’s Colorado office receives white powder envelope –Julia Child’s career working for the CIA NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the news of the day, uploaded every Tuesday and every Friday. If you like the show, be sure to tell your […]

Greening Thwarted at Democrat Convention

It seems the greening of the Democrat Convention has malfunctioned. According to the New York Sun, instead of the usual plastic card keys, the Sheraton hotel was going to provide keys made of something called “sustainably-harvested wood” to their environmental wacko patrons. Of course, like most environmental wacko plans, it didn’t work out too good […]

The Memory of a Child who Should Have Been

*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 Tammy HollyMichigan State LeaderOperation Outcry At the age of 17, I found out that I was […]

New TV Ad to be Aired During DNC Convention by Florida Stealth ‘Gay Rights’ Group in Florida is Both Factually Wrong and Attempts to Deceive Democrat

ORLANDO, Aug. 25 /Christian Newswire/ — Florida Red and Blue, a political committee and front group for a coalition of homosexual groups opposing Amendment 2, has released a TV ad which is both factually wrong and attempts to mislead and scare senior citizens. The ad will be aired on Florida stations during the Democrat National […]

Which Party Has Been the Better Friend to Black Americans?

A very educational video from the National Black Republican Association. Isn’t it amazing how the Left, along with their buddies in the “mainstream” media have managed to rewrite racial history in America. At worst, as far as policy goes, the only thing that might even remotely be considered “racist” (not that it is, but I’m […]

Additional Sioux Falls School Board Meeting Coverage at Voices Carry

Pastor Steve at Voices Carry has additional coverage of the Alpha Center ad discussion at the Sioux Falls School Board meeting tonight. He provides some of the statements made by parents and people from the community, both for and against the ad.

Dems Get Religion in Denver: All the Better to Eat You With

The Democrat Party never ceases to amaze me with its shameless pandering in an attempt to deceive another vote or two out of people. According to the Christian Post, Democrats are playing the religious “Me, too!” card at their convention in Denver. The convention, which officially opens Monday afternoon, will feature its first-ever faith caucus […]