This video contains more examples of the kind of values and behavior that made America the greatest nation on earth: pettiness, childishness, self-centeredness, egocentrism, disrespect for the law, disrespect for the property rights of others, contempt for fiscal responsibility, disdain for the needs of community and country…Wait a minute. That’s only true in the mind of juvenile liberals who imagine the philosophy of “IwantIwantIwant!” is the height of nobility and reason.
The group Focus St. Louis and the Clayton Chamber of Commerce of Missouri rescinded an invitation to speak to Dan Cathy, president of Chick-fil-A, on the demand of a pro-homosexual group. The Chamber of Commerce quickly demonstrated its “pro-diversity culture” and policy that they “certainly don’t want to offend anyone” by revoking an invitation for a successful Christian business leader to speak, thus offending Christians and Christian business owners all over America.
Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas group have released another bombshell video on NPR. Executives with National Public Radio (a taxpayer-funded entity) were recently caught on film slamming conservatives and singing the praises of liberals to some undercover people pretending to be interested in making large donations to NPR. Now they are on video offering to help a group which ostensibly has terrorist ties to hide millions of dollars in donations from a government audit.
It continues to get uglier and uglier in Wisconsin as the GOP there tries to restore fiscal sanity in a situation gone wild for too many years. After weeks of socialist protests at the Wisconsin capitol in Madison against Governor Scott Walker’s efforts to rein in out-of-control spending and union appeasement, some have taken to making very detailed threats of shooting and bombing against Republican lawmakers.
President Barack Obama recently announced he would no longer do his job to uphold the laws of our nation and would not defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) from legal challenges by homosexual activists. Yesterday, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) announced that the U.S. House of Representatives will ensure that the law is defended and is already working on strategy for doing so.
Our state leaders are really stepping up to the plate under the realization that those in the federal government cannot be relied upon to follow or uphold the United States Constitution, so the state leaders are taking action to do so themselves. We’re seeing flurries of legislation at the state level that seek to uphold our country’s immigration laws. We’re also seeing states challenge the unconstitutional federal health care deform law, anti-Shariah legislation to prevent the spread of unconstitutional Islamic Shariah law in America, and even legislation that would force potential presidential candidates to prove their constitutional eligibility to hold the office of president of the United States before being allowed on the ballot.
Members of the South Dakota Tea Party Alliance have been busy lately because, as the saying goes, your wallet isn’t safe as long as the legislature is in session. But the session will soon be over, and you can expect an update on legislative activity at the next South Dakota Tea Party Alliance meeting on Saturday March 12 in Rapid City. Alderman and 2011 mayoral candidate Sam Kooiker will be one of the special guest speakers at the meeting, and information will be released on some exciting upcoming events.
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense Frank Gaffney will be in Sioux Falls on March 29th to lead a national security panel discussion after a screening of the documentary Iranium. Gaffney, currently President of the Center for Security Policy, will also hold a book signing and be available for interviews with the media. The documentary Iranium powerfully reports on the many aspects of the threat Iran poses to America and the rest of the world.