Archives: 2011 November 23

Archive for November 23rd, 2011

Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

Senator Thune Endorses RINO Romney

This is extremely disappointing. Why does Senator John (R-SD) continually support RINOs? He supported RINO John McCain in 2008, which guaranteed a loss to the Democrats, and now he’s endorsed Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney, which would guarantee another Democrat victory in 2012. As George Will said recently, with all the Right has going for it right now politically, why in the world would we settle for this?

Working for a British Caliphate

Working for a British Caliphate

This is a lengthy but very interesting TV investigative report on how Islamists in the UK are taking over the culture and government there. It was prepared by Dispatches on Britain’s Channel 4. We see how Muslim activists in England are taking over local governments, and are ultimately working to establish Shariah law and an Islamic state in England. Could America be next?

SD Sec of State: Sales Tax Increase Will Be on 2012 Ballot

SD Sec of State: Sales Tax Increase Will Be on 2012 Ballot

Today, Secretary of State Jason Gant announced that the petitions submitted for an initiated measure to increase South Dakota sales tax has passed the petition certification process, and will be placed on the November 2012 general election ballot.

Elitist Hypocrites Hungry to Spend Others Money

Elitist Hypocrites Hungry to Spend Others Money

This is just rich–excuse the pun.You’ve probably heard of some of the wealthy Americans like Warren Buffett, Barack Obama and others who have their zeal on to spend other people’s money, claiming taxes aren’t high enough on America’s most successful citizens.Watch what happens when some of these hypocrites are given a chance to donate to the US Treasury of their own free will.

Video: GOP National Security Debate

Video: GOP National Security Debate

I was unable to get the video of the CNN national security debate last night edited and uploaded, but thanks to the good folks at the Media Research Center, we have it here. As the “social issues” debate over the weekend was perhaps the most important debate of this election season, so national defense is right up there. If we’re taken over or destroyed by an enemy, our freedom, constitution and everything else we hold dear are worthless.

Judiciary Myth – Courts Should Favor Minorities

Judiciary Myth - Courts Should Favor Minorities

You hear this one sometimes from socialists: the job of the judiciary is to protect the minority from the majority. No it isn’t. Lawbreakers are in the minority; is it the job of the judiciary to protect the minority of lawbreakers from the majority of law-abiding citizens? No, it is the job of the judiciary to uphold the law–which, in this case, involves protecting the majority from the lawbreaking of the minority.

Considering the National Debt Relief Amendment

Considering the National Debt Relief Amendment

While a broad cross section of Americans continue to favor a balanced budget amendment (BBA), some believe the idea is too closely identified with the Republican Party, and is unlikely to pass anytime soon. But there may be another way to get spending under control. Unlike the BBA, the National Debt Relief Amendment (NRDA) does not have a “get of jail free card,” that the political class can use to sidestep anti-spending restraints.

GOP Needs to be More Liberal to Win?

GOP Needs to be More Liberal to Win?

In a recent column for Bloomberg.com, National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru blasted Republicans for not being more accommodating, more bipartisan, and for being too conservative. What putrid nonsense. One must wonder if he has even read the magazine’s mission statement recently.

Judiciary Myth – Only Judges Can Interpret the Constitution

Judiciary Myth - Only Judges Can Interpret the Constitution

In the ongoing examination of judicial myths Rick Green of Wallbuilders Live, Rick looks at the myth that only judges are capable of interpreting the U.S. Constitution. Have you ever heard a liberal say about a controversial (and probably unconstitutional) piece of legislation: “Well, when the Supreme Court rules on it, then we’ll know if it’s constitutional or not.” Bull!