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Governor Perry has been a long time supporter of the State of
Sadly, Hamas continues to attack Israelis. That’s why the Governor
published an Op-Ed entitled “Stand
take a moment and read today’s op-ed by Governor Perry calling for the
continued support of the nation of
May, 11, 2014
By: Brian Kolfage
Dear President Obama,
name is Brian Kolfage, I’m a triple amputee and retired Air Force
veteran who was severely wounded on September 11, 2004 in
nearly died in a war that most of your colleagues supported
overwhelmingly, including the two presidents who came before you. Many
citizens may not agree with waging war in
April 27, 2014
By: Jim Paullus
We need to awaken, motivate and build an army of American Christians "Committed" to putting forth the effort to removing from power the destroyers, i.e. corrupt and evil doers, and replace them with people that have solid Christian values.
This happens with the Bible and U.S. Constitution in one hand and the American Flag in the other hand as we go among the masses and educate them about the examples of Jesus Christ, our Constitution, the intent of our founding fathers, about coming elections and our responsibility to go vote our Christian values on election day.
Our efforts to
God's words are power able to create all of creation. Our words without prayer and "Actions," are only useless words without results.
By: Marilyn J. Boersma
March 2, 2014
This year marks the 1,000th anniversary of political liberty. When the
As I wrote recently in celebration of this magnificent anniversary, those who would protect freedom in our country badly scupper themselves by their ignorance of history, and there is perhaps no greater obstacle to our understanding of the history that matters than our founding myth.
By: Bill Pressgrove
February 17, 2014
Ever since I started doing my own personal vetting of candidates for any political office, I look to see if they live by the clock or the compass. Those who live by the clock are always interested in just how much time they have before the next election and how much money they have accrued in their "war chests" to defeat their opponent. Those who live by the compass, don't worry about when the next election is or whether they will win, they are more concerned with the direction the country is headed.Even though they don't agree on some things, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, and Rand Paul agree...Read More
By Wendy Bidwell
February 13, 2014
Ever since the House passed a bill Tuesday to raise the debt ceiling with no strings attached, the conservative groups are all charging with the same message… "This is outrageous, it is irresponsible, and shame on you 28 Republicans who voted for this… "
The sentiment is correct. But had the House passed a bill with strings attached, it would have failed in the Senate, and the mainstream media would have spun the same web as last year when Republicans were responsible for the government shutdown. But hey, that's how it goes when you have a largely uninformed American public...Read More
By Brigitte GabrielJanuary 17, 2014
In a time where courage is a precious commodity on Capital Hill, a Democratic U.S. Senator has set an admirable example of statesmanship in stark contrast to two of her former colleagues.
Senator Diane Feinstein of California, the Chair of Senate Intelligence Committee has sounded the alarm over the escalating threat from Jihadist terrorism and released a report in the pursuit of the truth about the terrorist attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11th, 2012.
Senator Feinstein’s words and deeds stand in stark contrast to those of former Senators Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, the former and current Obama administration Secretaries of State...Read More
By: John Pepin
It seems to me, there should be a law of economics called, The Law of Magnification of jobs due to Labor Saving Devices. In my conception of it, when new technology is added to an economy, jobs are not lost, but gained. Locally and initially jobs might be lost but in the course of one economic cycle those jobs are not only more than replaced but made easier, better and with higher wages. This effect is not only global but local as well. It is important to keep this in mind when people say that such and such is taking away jobs, because the opposite is actually true.Your job, my job and most other people's jobs weren’t even invented a hundred and fifty years ago. Read More
By Michael Busler
January 13, 2014
President Obama's economic agenda has focused on helping the lowest 15% of income earners while damaging the rest of us, noting that income inequality is the "defining challenge of our time." The reality, of course, is that income inequality has severely worsened during his administration. And it appears as if the President will continue the agenda this year. So what is likely to happen? Read More
It’s no mystery what the left intends to make its next life-or-death issue: income inequality. Liberals are all popping off about it. It’s everywhere, from Obama’s speeches to liberal think tanks to liberal reporters.
It’s almost as if they were conspiring to distract us from Obamacare. Nah!On “Meet the Press,” PBS anchorwoman Judy Woodruff sounded the alarm, not as a dispassionate reporter but as a progressive advocate. Read More
By: Craig Bowden
January 8, 2014
I met with a concerned voter by the name of Mike today. Mike lives in Farr West and he had some serious concerns about the Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare.
Mike’s mother had worked at the same company for sixteen years in Utah, always having the same insurance provided for her and her family. Because of certain mandated changes to available insurance in the country, the company this woman worked for had to offer their employees different insurance.The doctors and hospital the family of Mike went to were no longer offered under the new plans...Read More