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A Vietnamese Father’s Pilgrimage to Mount Rushmore, 40 Years After Saigon

September 30, 2014
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A Vietnamese Father’s Pilgrimage to Mount Rushmore, 40 Years After Saigon

Written by Shad Olson . Five minutes either way and they might never have met.  If left to sheer coincidence, they probably wouldn’t have.  Then again, this was no mere happenstance, but a pilgrimage of soul and destiny.  A divine and urgent appointment with history, some forty years in the making.  Forged of mud and…

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Voter Guide Identifies Howie as Standard-Bearer of Conservative Values

September 29, 2014
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Voter Guide Identifies Howie as Standard-Bearer of Conservative Values

In a show of unity, several organizations have teamed up to create a voter guide for South Dakota political races. The South Dakota Family Policy Council, America Family Association Action, Vision America Action, and Heritage Alliance used voting records, political positions and campaign contributors, to…

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To Understand America’s Growing Nanny State, Read Brave New World and 1984

September 29, 2014
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To Understand America’s Growing Nanny State, Read Brave New World and 1984

The online dictionary describes fascism as “a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government.”         Enforcing such disagreement,…

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Restore Home Economics to the Curriculum, Bring Back the American Family

September 28, 2014
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Restore Home Economics to the Curriculum, Bring Back the American Family

by  Chappell Ellison       I was beyond lucky, coming from a home with a mother who cooked healthy, square meals for the entire family. But sadly, not every…

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Free Speech on Campus Is Meaningless Unless Defended

September 27, 2014
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Free Speech on Campus Is Meaningless Unless Defended

Free speech may well be the cornerstone of our democracy.  Just look around Europe and the rest of the world to see how poorly it is surviving.  Everything’s fine so…

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1960s Berkeley Students Sowed Victimhood in Nearby Ghettoes

September 26, 2014
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1960s Berkeley Students Sowed Victimhood in Nearby Ghettoes

(Family before Berkeley students destroyed their neighborhood)      Being rebellious is a rite of passage for many young people who often carry values and tradition very lightly in their…

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