Archive for November 14th, 2010

What Conservatives Believe About Immigration

What Conservatives Believe About Immigration

In Bill Whittle’s continuing series on what conservatives/Tea Party people believe, this topic looks at immigration, specifically illegal immigration. The Left loves to demonize the Tea Party as being racist, so the fact that most Tea Party people are opposed to illegal immigration (the largest source of which is from Mexico) plays right into that, correct? Well, not really. It can be painful for people on the Left, but let’s look at the facts.

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Nov. 13, 2010

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Nov. 13, 2010

The best of the best at Dakota Voice last week, including: George Soros: The Puppet Master; Natural Law: What Conservatives Believe; State Says No to Shariah Law, CAIR Sues; The Fight for Modesty; New House Leadership Post Created, Kristi Noem Considered; Mystery Missile or Optical Illusion; The United States is a Republic; and more!

What Conservatives Believe About Gun Rights

What Conservatives Believe About Gun Rights

Bill Whittle’s continuing exposition on what conservatives and Tea Party people believe looks at gun rights. Yes, guns are fun. Having guns is fun. Shooting guns is even more fun. But guns are more than just fun. They are vital for defense–national and personal. And they are a key element of maintaining our freedom. There is a reason the founders put the Second Amendment into the U.S. Constitution.

Secularism and Theological Indifference: A Common Cause

Secularism and Theological Indifference: A Common Cause

There is an apparent lack of biblical “discernment” among Christians. It is time, once again, for the church to examine and discuss (reasonably and with love) the fundamentals of our faith as defined and delineated in the historic creeds, confessions, theology, and doctrines that have come down to us through the centuries. An atheological church is a confused church and this confusion fosters error and compromise.