Archive for September 2nd, 2008

Republicans Continue Energy Push

Republicans are continuing to push to bring America’s energy policy into the 21st Century. You may recall that a month ago when U.S. House Democrats left town–and left Americans with $4.00 a gallon gas–House Republican stayed around in Washington and rallied on the House floor, demanding action on America’s pathetic energy policy. Speaker Nancy Pelosi […]

What is Freedom?

In this short, the experts featured in Acton Institute’s documentary “The Birth of Freedom” discuss the nature and implications of true freedom.

The Degree To Which Decisions To Undergo Abortions Are Voluntary

Dakota Voice is reviewing the Report of the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion, in light of the upcoming November vote on Initiated Measure 11 to end most abortions in South Dakota. Pertinent sections of the report will be reviewed each week for the next several weeks which may shed light on Initiated Measure […]

Palin Caved on Vouchers

As with any politician (or human being, for that matter), there will always be one or more issues where we may disagree. As much as I like Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, I believe she caved on the issue of school vouchers. CNS News reports that she believes vouchers are unconstitutional. “No,” Palin said. “It is […]

Founders Violated Constitution as They Wrote It

On of the many areas secularists are attacking freedom of religion and the historic foundation of our nation is that of public prayer. Not only are anti-Christian judges using the First Amendment, designed to guarantee freedom of religious expression, to quash religious freedom for students who want to pray at school or at graduations, anti-Christian […]

For the First Time in Years, I’m Proud to Be a Republican

This is a few days out of date, but it captures some of the incredible enthusiasm that exploded in the Republican Party last Friday…and hasn’t diminished over the weekend, despite slams, slurs, rumors, wild speculation and liberal naughtiness. From a transcript of a call to the Rush Limbaugh program last Friday, Rush plays an excerpt […]

Palin Not Drinking the Koolaid on Global Warming

Finally, someone on the national front who’s not drinking the global warming Koolaid. Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin says she’s not sold on Al Gore’s sci-fi classic “Anthropogenic Global Warming.” From yesterday’s Washington Post: In an interview released by Newsmax magazine today, Palin said that while she recognized her state would […]

NewsBusted Conservative Comedy 9/2/2008

Topics in today’s show: –John McCain picks Sarah Palin –Hillary Clinton notes the history of it –Hallmark sells gay wedding cards, –GOP hopes to match Obama’s speech ratings at the Republican convention –Incense causes cancer? NewsBusted is a comedy webcast about the news of the day, uploaded every Tuesday and every Friday.

His First Act as President

American Minute from William J. Federer 3,000 Americans died when Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. 20,000 Americans and Filipinos died on Bataan’s Death March, where starving prisoners were marched 65 miles in heat and jungles to a disease infested camp. Over 100,000 died retaking Okinawa and Pacific islands. Democrat President Harry S Truman made the […]

They’re All Bloomin’ Mad!

The attack on Sarah Palin from leftist feminists (usually a redundancy in the common usage) is relentless and sadly predictable. Ignoring everything that they have claimed to stand-for for nearly half a century, we are again reminded that the women’s’ movement is least of all concerned about women; they are liberal socialists who happened to […]

Scorned by the MSN, McCain Realizes It’s Over

Sen. McCain surely can’t be surprised by the way the media has abandoned him for the Obamessiah. He was once the darling of the press when he was a “maverick” and criticized and attacked his Party regularly. It seemed sometimes that McCain could only be roused to indignation by fellow Republicans and the NYT loved […]

Laura Bush Addresses Republican Convention

First Lady Laura Bush addresses the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN