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  • We Must Support Ken Cuccinelli #standwithken

    08/07/2013 10:09:38 AM PDT · by JSDude1 · 21 replies
    Redstate.com ^ | August 7th, 2013 at 04:30 AM | Erick Erickson
    We have not done this in a while. Perhaps, in growing up, we let go of some things of our youth we should not have let go. One of those was raising money in a coordinated effort for solid candidates. We must start doing that again. And so today I want to ask you to make a commitment. RedState endorses Ken Cuccinelli for Governor of Virginia and we want you to join us in giving him a contribution. I have personally given him $50.00 already to get this going. Will you join me? Match me, double me, triple me, or...
  • Redefine marriage, make government bigger

    06/23/2013 5:51:51 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 3 replies
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 4-18-13 | Ryan T. Anderson
    Amid all the emotion over same-sex marriage, the limited-government argument for marriage as uniting a man and a woman keeps getting short shrift. It fell to me to make that case during a discussion of marriage law and the Supreme Court with the worthy S.E. Cupp on a recent installment of “Real News from The Blaze,” and I’d like to flesh out those thoughts here. For starters, virtually every political community has regulated male-female sexual relationships. This is not because government cares about romance as such. Government recognizes male-female sexual relationships because these alone produce new human beings. For highly...
  • The Conscience of Kansas radio program- TEA PARTY, Manhattan, Kansas

    04/17/2009 10:31:06 PM PDT · by ibbetsonusa · 1 replies · 352+ views
    The Conscience of Kansas radio program ^ | 04-16-09 | Paul A. Ibbetson
    The Conscience of Kansas radio program brings you some home town footage of the grass roots effort to bring a TEA PARTY to Manhattan KS. The hard work of the 14th and 15th brought about a huge gathering in the heartland of Kansas. It was my honor to bring a few moments of video of the patriotic spirit found here in the heartland of Kansas. We invite you to view and comment!
  • The United States: "They Aren't What They Used to Be"

    06/14/2004 5:16:34 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 187 replies · 806+ views
    Joseph Sobran column ^ | 05-28-04 | Sobran, Joseph
    They Aren’t What They Used to Be May 27, 2004 If I had to sum up American history in one sentence, I’d put it this way: The United States aren’t what they used to be. That’s not nostalgia. That’s literal fact. Before the Civil War, the United States was a plural noun. The U.S. Constitution uses the plural form when, for example, it refers to enemies of the United States as “their” enemies. And this was the usage of everyone who understood that the union was a voluntary federation of sovereign states, delegating only a few specified powers, and not...
  • GOP Is Now the "Fraternal Twin" of Socialist Democrats

    12/15/2003 5:54:40 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 34 replies · 313+ views
    Chuck Baldwin Ministries ^ | 12-16-03 | Baldwin, Chuck
    GOP Is Now The "Fraternal Twin" Of Socialist Democrats By Chuck Baldwin Food For Thought From The Chuck Wagon December 16, 2003 The Republican Party's full-court press to enact the biggest expansion of Lyndon Johnson's "Great Society" welfare state by passing the recent Medicare reform bill proves that the GOP is the "fraternal twin" (Howard Phillips) of socialist Democrats. In fact, G. W. Bush and his fellow Republicans on Capitol Hill make Bill Clinton look like an economic conservative! Furthermore, Robert Novak was quoted in The Washington Post as saying the arm-twisting of recalcitrant conservatives within the GOP by party...
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SECOND

    04/06/2002 9:45:57 AM PST · by forest · 11 replies · 493+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #267 ^ | 4-6-02 | Doug Fiedor
    Back on Oct. 11, 1798 John Adams admonished: "We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other." As he wrote in The Federalist No. 45, James Madison envisioned little or no role for the federal government in law enforcement because the federal government was to be one of very limited...