Archive for April 18th, 2009

Gordon Howie Introduces Program at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party

Gordon Howie emcees and opens the program portion of the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party, April 15, 2009. Some 1,500 or more people showed up at Memorial Park to send a message to Washington D.C. that they’re fed up with unconstitutional and incompetent policies coming out of there. Attendees also lined Omaha Street and […]

Interview with Brian Barber at Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party

Brian Barber is a rancher who was one of the featured speakers at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party on April 15. This is a short interview I did with Brian on why he considered this event important and what he hopes to see happen in our state and our country next.

Interview with Dawn Pence at Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party

Businesswoman Dawn Pence was one of the speakers at the Rapid City Tax Day Tea Party. This is a brief interview I conducted with her on why she felt it important to participate in the Tax Day Tea Party, and where she hopes to see the energy behind the movement go after the Tea Party.

The Mettle of a Pilgrim

American Minute from William J. Federer William Brewster died APRIL 18, 1644. His position as a leader of the Pilgrim church in England led to his capture and imprisonment. Fleeing to Holland, Brewster later sailed with the Pilgrims to America, signed the Mayflower Compact and was elected an elder. Governor William Bradford wrote of William […]