Decoration Day

May 26, 2016
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Decoration Day

Back when Memorial Day was called Decoration Day… … my Dad and Mom would take us to plant pansies on the graves of his parents and brother and my Mom’s little sister in the South Lead Cemetery. It was a valuable lesson for us children that life is God-given and precious, and loved ones who…

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Remarkabull

May 25, 2016
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Remarkabull

 Texas Longhorn cattle are a remarkable breed of livestock. This 2 year old bull, HCR Little Rio is a pretty good example of why people love them… in photos in the pasture in the sale ring on the dinner plate Every longhorn is uniquely individual.  The horns are different, the color is different.  The personality…

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Sex Education For Kindergarten

May 25, 2016
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Sex Education For Kindergarten

Dr. Duke Pesta was in Rapid City about a year ago. He is a well studied opponent of Common Core.  This current video report identifies another reason Common Core is BAD for education.     Two South Dakotans who are very well educated on the evils of Common Core, are Lora Hubbel and Tonchi Weaver. …

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Gun Control, Obama Style

May 25, 2016
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Gun Control, Obama Style

A federal judge… … finally forcing the release of classified information can be problematic. In a troubling page seemingly out of the Saul Alinsky playbook: “Fast and Furious was a Justice Department program that allowed assault weapons — including .50-caliber rifles powerful enough to take down a helicopter — to be sold to Mexican drug…

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I Had Breakfast With God

May 24, 2016
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I Had Breakfast With God

This morning, God was with me for breakfast. That will surprise some, and others will brand me an extreme lunatic.  Nonetheless, its true. God has promised He will be with me always (even for breakfast).  He said He would NEVER leave me nor forsake me.  When Jesus left this earth after His crucifixion and resurrection,…

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Europe Should Read “Mexifornia” to Understand Migrant Dilemma

May 24, 2016
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Europe Should Read “Mexifornia” to Understand Migrant Dilemma

Classics professor Victor Davis Hanson has written books on ancient European history, but it isn’t always easy for most people to assess relevance to the contemporary setting.      Trouble is that fewer readers are around.  Even schools and universities now have reading-based writing assignments that would once have been considered shallow and watered down. One-sided television…

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