Archive for February 15th, 2010

Birth of the Tea Party Movement

Birth of the Tea Party Movement

Keli (”Liberty Belle”) Carender became one of the founding mothers of the Tea Party Movement when she organized the Seattle protest against the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, a.k.a. Porkulus. In a letter sent to Michelle Malkin she reminds us of what the first “tea party” was about back in 1773 and how Americans are suffering similar oppression under present day tyrants. Patriots today have told the political elites that we have had enough and that we demand that the government be yoked and constrained according to the limits laid out in our Constitution. The desire for liberty still burns hot in the hearts of most Americans, and therein lies our hope for a renewal of the founding principles.

Rebecca St. James Coming to Rapid City

Rebecca St. James Coming to Rapid City

Care Net Pregnancy Resource Center of Rapid City is sponsoring an evening with Rebecca St. James.  You can get more details about how you can attend here and here. Rebecca is partnering with Care Centers across the nation in the fight for the unborn. This evening promises inspirational music, an incredible testimony, and a moving […]

Rain, Snow or Shine, Global Warming is Fine…For an Excuse

Whether it’s hot, cold, raining, snowing, sleeting, sunny, cloudy, dry, moist, or anything in between…it’s always the fault of global warming, didn’t you know? How convenient, isn’t it, when the real evidence just isn’t helping you? And didn’t you know that it’s your fault–for driving, using electricity, or breathing–that we have global warming. So why […]

American Colleges: The Liberal Factory

Did you know our American colleges most prolific product is liberals? If you didn’t, you’ve been living under a rock…or you’re a liberal. It is undeniable that people stand a greater chance of becoming a liberal by attending the average college. Of course, liberals would say that’s because liberalism is the “enlightened” philosophy, and college […]

Raising Hell—Isn’t That What Patriots Do?

Raising Hell—Isn’t That What Patriots Do?

Loving your country does not mean being satisfied with the status quo or the way government is being administered. Government invariably, possibly inevitably, oversteps its authority. Love of country, it must be emphasized, is always strengthened by both a knowledge of history and of the Constitution and, when need be, acting on that knowledge.

British Worker Loses Religious Discrimination Case

British Worker Loses Religious Discrimination Case

A British Airways check-in worker who refused to hide her cross necklace at work has lost her case against the airline in London’s Court of Appeals but will likely take it up to the Supreme Court.