“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

Archive for February 5th, 2009

Human Garbage: Determining the Value of a Life

The Buffalo News tells the disturbing story of where pro-abortion logic leads. Not where it can lead, but where it logically does lead. And the consequences at the end of that destination. This has received some press before, so you might have heard the story of the abortionist who took a living, born child which […]

Notable Quotes for Feb. 5, 2009

“More than 50 million babies have been aborted since the Supreme Court’s decision in 1973, because at least one parent considered that child too expensive, too embarrassing, too disruptive, too much of a burden or just too inconvenient.” – Dr. Richard Land (Source: Christian Post) “We’re gonna be in the Hudson.” –  Pilot Chesley Sullenberger of Flight […]

Obama Doublespeak: We Don’t Disparage Wealth…Except When We Do

Steve Sibson at Sibby Online points out that Cory Heidelberger, one of the resident Marxists in the South Dakota blogosphere, still doesn’t understand the difference between Marxism/socialism and capitalism.  In doing so, he reiterates a quote made by President Barack Obama as reported by the New York Times: This is America…. We don’t disparage wealth. We don’t […]

South Dakota Legislative Recap 2/5/2009

[TABLE=22] For more information check the bill list at the South Dakota Legislature website.

Global Warming Teach In Hit with Subzero Temps

Don’t you just love God’s sense of humor? From The Buffalo News comes word of  a global warming conference at Buffalo State College…hit by subzero temperatures.  Buffalo State College hosts the national teach-in on Global Warming Situations today — a day the local temperature bottomed out at minus 6 degrees. But that’s not all. “We […]

Glenn Beck: The Road to Socialism

Glenn Beck takes us down the Road to Socialism.  Actually he didn’t, but many of our so-called leaders in Washington ARE. Beck tried to play the loyal citizen and play up the good Marxist image in the video clip below, but he had to stop in the middle; just couldn’t stomach it anymore, even in […]

First Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Headed for ‘Divorce’

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Lawrence Jones Christian Post Reporter Wed, Feb. 04 2009 01:43 PM EST A lesbian couple who was the first same-sex couple to marry in the United States has filed for divorce.  Hillary and Julie Goodridge, 52 and 51 respectively, who led the fight to legalize gay marriage in […]

Ads Claiming ‘No God’ Countered by Word of God

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Maria Mackay Christian Today Reporter Thu, Feb. 05 2009 08:39 AM EST Christian students are taking part in a massive Gospel giveaway in response to the “no God” ads placed on buses across London.  Christian Unions – mission teams operating in universities and colleges – across the United […]

President Obama’s Hope Chest Cabinet

From our friends at Americans for Limited Government.

Obama Loading Up Justice Dept With Judicial Activists

President Barack Obama has had trouble with several of his nominations since taking office. Several of his nominees have had issues with taxes, ethics, and more.  But some of the people Obama wants to serve in the Justice Department–the department charged with upholding the nation’s laws–may be the most disturbing.  For a number of years […]

States are Servant to the Central Government

Former state senator Bill Napoli has a great letter in the Rapid City Journal today. Desperate state opens the door wide for federal blackmail Now that the mainstream legislators are falling all over themselves to grab the $5 million for the implementation of a primary seat belt law, what’s next from the great spender Obama […]

The First Non-Government Church in America

American Minute from William J. Federer Guilty of preaching religious liberty in England, Roger Williams fled to Boston, FEBRUARY 5, 1631.  He pastored briefly before being banished by Puritan John Cotton, who himself had been persecuted by Anglicans in England. Roger Williams befriended the Narragansett Indians, who gave him land for Providence Plantation, Rhode Island-the […]

South Dakota Legislative Update 2/5/2009

[TABLE=20] For more information check the bill list at the South Dakota Legislature website.