Archive for April 5th, 2009

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending April 4

Below are some of the best installments from Dakota Voice this week, according to number of hits, number of comments, importance and impact of the material, etc. In case you missed them, or want to browse them again in the leisure of your Sunday rest, here they are: President of the United States Bows to […]

Gingrich on North Korea: More Meaningless Paper Resolutions ‘Dangerous’

As usual, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich hits the nail on the head in this clip. The belligerent, oppressive, communist nation of North Korea just launched a ballistic missile. The world howled in outrage…and did nothing. As usual. Thanks to a transcript from CQ Politics, Gingrich says: We do not appreciate the scale […]

Former Muslim Warns West About Threat of Sharia Law

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Michelle A. Vu Christian Post Reporter Sat, Apr. 04 2009 12:55 PM EDT . Open, tolerant, and generous Western nations are being taking advantage of, warns a former Muslim from the Middle East who now lives in America.Muslims in Arab countries as well as some born and […]

Chinese Human Rights Group Issue Unprecedented Letter to Govt

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Ethan Cole Christian Post Reporter Sun, Apr. 05 2009 09:38 AM EDT Eight human rights groups in China have issued an unprecedented open letter challenging the Chinese government to account for its rights violations against Chinese citizens. Police in mainland China, the groups wrote in the letter […]

North Dakota Senate Votes Down Personhood Bill, Passes Ultrasound Bill

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Lawrence Jones Christian Post Reporter Sun, Apr. 05 2009 09:27 AM EDT The North Dakota Senate on Friday rejected a “personhood” bill that would grant constitutional rights to human embryos but approved several other pro-life measures. Without debate, the Senate voted 29-16 to defeat House Bill 1572, […]

The Value of the Christian Life

American Minute from William J. Federer Born in a slave hut APRIL 5, 1856, was Booker T. Washington. In dire poverty after the Civil War, he moved to West Virginia to work in a salt furnace and coal mine. At age 16 he walked 500 miles to attend Hampton Institute in Virginia and later Wayland […]