Archive for April 17th, 2009

Subversive Patriots

From our friends at Americans for Limited Government.

Tolerance Not Good Enough for Homosexual Activists

This incident, perhaps better than any other, illustrates what I’ve been saying for a long time: that with the homosexual agenda, it’ isn’t “tolerance” they’re after, but total acquiescence and acceptance. Carrie Gordon Earll points out that even when University of Colorado student body president David Williams didn’t veto a request for money from student […]

House Judiciary Committee to Vote on Hate Crime Bill

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Jennifer Riley Christian Post Reporter Fri, Apr. 17 2009 12:30 PM EDT The U.S. House Judiciary Committee will vote on a controversial legislation next week that seeks to add homosexual and transgender people to the list of classes federally protected from hate crimes. H.R. 1913, named the […]

Christians Have Differing Responses to Day of Silence

Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Lillian Kwon Christian Post Reporter Fri, Apr. 17 2009 09:58 AM EDT As thousands of students across the country take a vow of silence on Friday to bring attention to anti-gay harassment in schools, Christians remain divided on how to respond to the annual Day of Silence. […]

Ira Taken Alive at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party

Gordon Howie introduces another great speaker at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party on April 15, 2009: Ira Taken Alive. Ira is a Native American who comes from the Standing Rock Reservation.  Ira said he is a 258th-generation South Dakotan and a 300+ generation American, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, “and […]

Jesse Freeman at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party

Gordon Howie introduces Jesse Freeman, a military veteran and South Dakotan who stirs up the crowd of 1,500+ at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party on April 15, 2009. Jesse reminded the crowd that people have to work well into the month of May to pay all their taxes. He also pointed out that […]

Pray as if You Were to Die Tomorrow

American Minute from William J. Federer On APRIL 17, 1790, the son of a poor candle-maker died. The 15th of 17 children, he apprenticed as a printer and published a popular almanac. He retired at age 42, then taught himself five languages, invented the rocking chair, bifocal glasses and the lighting rod, which earned him […]