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Here's a great ministry run by former Mormons that helps people come out of Mormonism.

Jihad Watch
Check out Real Clear Politics for all the must-read articles of the day.
Visit the South Carolina Upstate Young Republicans site.
Arm Chair Republican, a blog by Lanny Grant of Liberty, South Carolina.
Click here to have your site posted.

Sites that promote America's Christian heritage

First Foundations: researches and reports on the societal foundations of family, government and religion anywhere in the world.
Center for Reclaiming America and Center for Christian Statesmanship
Coalition to Salute America's Heroes: Join us in helping severely wounded and disabled War on Terror veterans rebuild their shattered lives.
Federalist Patriot: the Internet's leading journal on Federalism and the Founders. Read this if nothing else. Check out the historical documents on the Federalist Patriot site.
Don Feder's web site : any attempt to separate America from God is a betrayal of our Republic
D. James Kennedy's video One Nation Under God.
Dr. Peter Lillback of Providence Forum. Educating Americans about their heritage of faith.
Dr. Donald S. Lutz, University of Houston. The Origins of American Constitutionalism.
Rabbi Daniel Lapin: Toward Tradition
Dr. James H. Hutson: Library of Congress. Religion and the Founding of the American Republic.
Rev. Donald S. Binder, rector of Pohick Church, where many of our Founding Fathers worshiped.
Dr. Paul Jehle, Plymouth Rock Foundation: to seek a greater public awareness and understanding of American history."
Marshall Foster, the Mayflower Institute: proclaiming the untold story of America's history, to prepare individuals and families to defend their Judeo-Christian heritage.

Americandestiny.comrestoring the heart and soul of America.
The Washington, Jefferson and Madison Institute: virtue, liberty, knowledge a biblical worldview ministry.
American Christian Tours
America's God and Country by William J. Federer: contains remarkable quotes illustrating the deep faith of those who built our nation.
Dr. Daniel Dreisbach, professor of public affairs at American University on Jefferson's wall of separation.
Gary DeMar: American Vision: equipping and empowering Christians to restore America's biblical foundation.
David Gibbs Jr: Christian Law Association
ACLU vs. America website. a great web hosting company with a quick and knowledgeable help desk.
Great site for country humor: the South’s best country humor site.


Autism Research Institute: Dr. Bernard Rimland
Autism Society of America: No. 1 in autism information
Cure Autism Now
DT Trainer: computer software using discreet trial training. We love it.

Christian interest

Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals baseball star, and his family launch Christian ministry that aids Down syndrome children.
Answering Islam: a Christian-Muslim dialogue and apologetic
McKenzie Study Center, an institute of Gutenberg College, is dedicated to
exploring biblical Christianity and its implications for our world. MSC offers
lots of articles and audio recordings regarding all things biblical.
Truth Publishers was founded by Gene Gurganus. Gene was a longtime missionary in Bangladesh and wrote a great book: The Peril of Islam. You can purchase this book on his website and check out other items he offers.
United American Committee: Islamic extremism in America.
Blue Letter Bible: interactive reference library
The Cause USA: The CauseUSA is a prayer initiative to urgently mobilize nationwide prayer and fasting for America.
Christian Examiner: Christian news and events with regional editions.
Christian On-line Publishers' Guide: Christian publishers listings
Christian Book Previews: find new Christian books here
Don Swarthout's Christians Reviving America's Values.
Liberty Counsel
Crosswalk: Christian web site with helpful e-mail newsletters.
Evangelical Christian Publishers Association
Evangelical Christian Publishers Association member pages
Evangelical Press Association
Faith Defenders: Christian apologetics
Judeo-Christian Alliance
Feed the Children: a nonprofit Christian charitable organization providing physical, spiritual, educational and vocational assistance.
E-Sword.Net: free Bible software
Freedom Alliance: support our troops. Oliver L. North, founder and honorary chairman.
Mark Kellner: a fantastic writer, editor, speaker. Check out Mark's blog too.
Lifeway: Biblical solutions for life
A Million Thanks: a service project to thank our troops conducted by students of Lutheran High School of Orange, California.
Mission America Coalition: uniting Christians for evangelism and revival
Linguist's Software: Fonts for the Whole World
Here's a great ministry run by former Mormons that helps people come out of Mormonism.
National Association of Evangelicals
Open Doors: working to strengthen the persecuted church.
Operation Blessing International: breaking the cycle of suffering since 1978
Presidential Prayer Team
Prison Fellowship: Chuck Colson's ministry to prisoners and Breakpoint
Reasons to Believe: scientific support for your faith or answers to questions about God and science
Stand to Reason: building effective ambassadors
This Is What I Believe: reminding elected officials about our traditional values
Salvation Army: a great organization to support financially
Soldiers Angels: provides aid and comfort to any and all Armed Forces defending freedom and liberty for all
Treats for Troops: sending packages to soldiers.
Voice of the Martyrs
Christian Seniors: for Christian conservatives older than 50

Christian family values

American Family Association
Marriage Today
Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Dr. scientific studies about sexual orientation and homosexuality from a Christian viewpoint
Parents Television Council: bringing America's demand for positive, family oriented television programming to the entertainment industry.
Traditional Values Coalition
Overcoming addictions to pornography: Dynamic Living for Men, Faithful and True Ministries, Harvest USA, Christian Counsel International, Pure Life Ministries.


Christians for Life, a ministry in Topeka, Kansas, that helps churches and individuals to become the Hands of Jesus by becoming involved in the pro-life cause.
Healing Hearts: confidential one to one e-mail and support group counseling to anyone suffering from the affects of an abortion, or any type of abuse
Memorial for the Unborn: dedicated to healing generations of pain assoicated with the loss of aborted children
Pro-Life Training: persuasively communicating the pro-life message
Be a Voice for Life: sanctity of human life

History and national interest

Alliance Defense Fund: defending our first liberty.
Carrot-Top Industries: more flags and patriotic banners than you can imagine
Coral Ridge Ministries: Dr. D. James Kennedy
Foundation for Moral Law: official web site and organization supporting former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore
John Hagee Ministries
Center for Security Policy: Frank Gaffney Jr.
Supreme Court: plenty of background information.
Wall Builders: David Barton's organization dedicated to rebuilding godly principles in public affairs


Carolina Christian Conservative
SteynOnline: conservative commentary with British wit
National Review Online
Opinion Journal from the Wall Street Journal Editorial Page
American Conservative Union Foundation. Conservative University: Transferring conservatism to the next generation.
The Center for Media and Public Affairs: scientific studies of the news and entertainment media
Townhall: conservative news and information. Also a great place to go on election night for up-to-the minute results.
Vanguard: conservative policy and activist group.
Young America's Foundation: See their list of the top 10 conservative colleges.
WorldNetDaily: a free press for a free people


Home School Legal Defense Association
Patrick Henry College
Generation Joshua: division of Home School Legal Defense Association
Gutenberg College. A classical, Great-books college that teaches from a biblical worldview.
High School Conservative Clubs of America
Christian Educators Association: demonstrating God's love and truth to the educational community
FIRE: Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

Churches and youth groups

Battle Cry for a Generation: fighting to save America's youth
Youth Talk: a place where Christian teens can learn about issues and their faith
Christian youth mentoring: Our nation's at-risk children need your help -- the demand is overwhelming! Get involved with time and donations.



Posted 3:35 P.M., Friday, Sept. 26

Dean Allen launches program on Blog Talk Radio

Tune in Wednessday nights at 11 p.m., Eastern Time, for Dean Allen's show, Spirit of Liberty, on Blog Talk Radio.

To call in dial (718) 305-6695. The show will run each Wednesday night starting Oct. 1.

You will hear lively, opinionated discussions of the issues of the day and Dean will also interview conservative writers, thinkers and political activists. His focus will be on traditional values, free enterprise and pro-American old-fashioned patriotism. He will salute folks who are making a difference in the private sector rather than whining for government bail outs.

Posted 8:05 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 25

From the Family Research Council

Not So Faithful

People hoping for a lively discussion on faith and values from Sen. Barack Obama's (D-Ill.) campaign were surprised yesterday when Team Obama failed to show for a media-heavy debate.

The capacity crowd that gathered at the Capitol Hill Club had expected Obama's Senior Advisor for Religious Affairs, Rev. Evna Terri La Velle, to square off with Bob Heckman, a representative from Sen. John McCain's campaign. Just hours before the lunchtime event began, members of the sponsoring organizations, the National Clergy Council and Evangelical Church Alliance, received word that Obama's delegation of 11 had backed out.

Rev. Rob Schenck, who was scheduled to moderate the debate, released a statement questioning the Obama campaign's genuine commitment to issues of concern to social conservatives. "Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean assured me...that his party would do everything possible to constructively engage Evangelicals, traditional Catholics, and other moral conservatives... Barack Obama has made similar promises. They did a couple of high-profile media events, but it appears they were not serious at a grassroots level."

While the Illinois senator and his campaign never shy away from talking about faith, they have missed opportunities to let that faith be examined up close to determine how it would impact their public policy positions.

Posted 3:50 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 14

Who am I?
I am under 45 years old
I love the outdoors
I hunt
I am a Republican reformer
I have taken on the Republican Party establishment
I have many children
I have a spot on the national ticket with less than two years as governor of my state.
I am Teddy Roosevelt in 1900.

Posted 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 10

A Fort Worth mother of a disabled child responds to Sen. Joe Biden's comment that he cares more about disabled kids than their parents because he supports embryonic stem cell research. Listen to this from the Hugh Hewitt show. brings together everyone who agrees that the vital role of parents in the lives of children should not be undermined by government action or policy. Check them out.

Posted 9:50 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 9

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A veteran of the Iraq war voices his support for John McCain. Watch this.

Posted 4:40 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 4

Check out Kids 4 Capitalism

I am a 12 year old capitalist and future Republican.

I am writing to ask if you would please notify your membership of our wonderful way to say “No to the O” in the upcoming campaign. We have created our own design and have had it printed on a high-quality window/bumper sticker.

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Posted 8:35 a.m., Monday, Sept. 1

Chuck Norris to speak at Furman

Chuck Norris will spea in McAlister Auditorium on the Furman University campus Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. A reception/photo opportunity may take place beforehand, but more information is still to come in the following days.

R. Taylor Hall
South Carolina College Republicans Federation

Posted 2:25 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 30

Tony Beam tells Greenville County GOP Women:
Bible tells believers to be involved in public arena

The Bible calls on believers to be involved in the public arena, Dr. Tony Beam told the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club at its Aug. 28 luncheon at the Poinsett Club.
Dr. Beam referred to a passage in John 17 where Jesus tells his disciples he is sending them into the world as his Father sent him in to the world.
Dr. Beam was followed with speeches by Rebecca Steen of Gov. Mark Sanford’s office; Rick Freeman, candidate for House District 25; and Julie Hershey, a member of the SC Education Oversight Committee.
Dr. Beam, director of the Christian Worldview Center at North Greenville University, and host of a talk show on Christian Talk 660, said that evangelicals as a group have a role to play in the public arena.
We live in a constitutional republic, Dr. Beam said, where we the people get to make the decisions about our government. Everyone who has an opinion should be allowed to firmly express their opinion.
Dr. Beam said that in the 2004 elections the Democrats began to realize that values voters essentially gave George Bush a second term and increased Republican majorities in the House and the Senate.
The Democrats began to morph into a form of evangelical Christianity, and they began hiring political consultants to teach them the language of Zion while they continued to put forth the policies of Babylon. It has worked to some degree, he said, but most evangelicals are still within the Republican Party.
Some evangelicals are uncomfortable with Sen. John McCain, and Beam admitted he was not a huge McCain supporter at first, but as McCain has come to define himself on the campaign trail, he has done a much better job connecting with people of faith.
(Dr. Beam’s comments came the day before Sen. McCain announced that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin would be his running mate, and Gov. Palin has proven to be popular with evangelicals.)
When people tell him they cannot vote for John McCain, Dr. Beam tells them to vote against Barack Obama, because they should not have any problem with that when they look at the things he would like to do with America.
McCain’s appearance with Sen. Obama hosted by Pastor Rick Warren at Saddleback Church in California “was a huge home run” for McCain, and it was “a three strikes and you’re out for Barack Obama.”
Dr. Beam referred to the speech by former President Bill Clinton at the Democratic Convention, where Clinton said that the world was more impressed with the power of America’s example than it was with the example of America’s power.
Dr. Beam replied: “I wonder if the people who were liberated from Auschwitz would agree with that. If we had simply set back during World War II and said, Look at our example of freedom and had not been willing to go forward and defend freedom with the power of the United States, would they have been as satisfied with the results?”
Dr. Beam said we should not be ashamed when people refer to us as conservatives and espouse core values. “I hope all of us will embrace those values as Republicans and take a strong stand. Work hard for John McCain and all the Republican candidates this fall, and let’s make sure we don’t wake up with the world leaning toward Barack Obama the day after the election.
Rebecca Steen: Governor’s Office
Rebecca Steen, outreach adviser for Gov. Mark Sanford, works with county organizations and other groups to aid in the Governor’s long-fought battle against government waste and pork-barrel spending.
Steen listed successes working with the General Assembly in the past year: DUI and immigration reform and small business access to health care.
Steen also cited a few negatives: the General Assembly passed a budget with a $28 million deficit in Corrections and Education.
With gas prices increasing, it is getting harder to bus children to school, she said, and we must be sure to supply enough money here.
At the same, the Competitive Grants Fund is set to spend $100,000 to bring German politicians to vacation in Myrtle Beach.
“We see this as a huge problem, and we want to encourage you to contact your legislators and ask them to come back and prioritize this budget.”
Rick Freeman: SC House candidate
Rick Freeman, candidate for South Carolina House of Representatives District 25, addressed the club. He is running against Democratic incumbent Karl Allen.
Freeman owns Hawk’s Bay Developers, a construction company. He entered the political field because of frustration with South Carolina’s inability to eliminate property taxes, difficulty prosecuting DUI offenders and continued support for the right to life.
Julie Hershey: Education Oversight Committee
Julie Hershey, a member of the Greenville County Republican Women’s Club and a former member of the Greenville County School Board, was appointed by Gov. Sanford to serve on the 18-member South Carolina Education Oversight Committee (EOC). Members are appointed by either the Governor or the Legislature.
The committee brings accountability to the state’s educational system and will among other things look at performance testing for students, and instructional and testing technology, Mrs. Hershey said.

Posted 1:40 p.m., Friday Aug. 29

Gov. Sarah Palin's comments about their Down Syndrome son

"We've both been very vocal about being pro-life," Palin told the Associated Press. "We understand that every innocent life has wonderful potential."

The day after the birth, the Palins said in a statement: "We knew through early testing he would face special challenges, and we feel privileged that God would entrust us with this gift and allow us unspeakable joy as he entered our lives. We have faith that every baby is created for good purpose and has potential to make this world a better place. We are truly blessed."

Editor's note: I am the father of a fantastic autistic son and praise the Palins for their example.

Posted noon, Monday, Aug. 25

A female Canadian libertarian wrote a lot of letters to the government complaining about the treatment of captive insurgents (terrorists) being held in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities.

She received back the following reply:
National Defence Headquarters
MGen George R. Pearkes Bldg
15 NT 101 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa , ON K1A 0K2 Canada

Dear Concerned Citizen,
Thank you for your recent letter expressing your profound concern of treatment of the Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorists captured by Canadian Forces who were subsequently transferred to the Afghanistan Government and are currently being held by Afghan officials in Afghanistan National Correctional System facilities.

Our administration takes these matters seriously and your opinions were heard loud and clear here in Ottawa. You will be pleased to learn, thanks to the concerns of citizens like yourself; we are creating a new department here at the Department of NationalDefense, to be called Liberals Accept Responsibility for Killers' program, or L.A.R.K. for short.

In accordance with the guidelines of this new program, we have decided to divert one terrorist and place him in your personal care. Your personal detainee has been selected and is scheduled for transportation under heavily armed guard to your residence in Toronto next Monday. Ali Mohammed Ahmed bin Mahmud (you can just call him Ahmed) is to be cared for pursuant to the standards you personally demanded in your letter of complaint. It will likely be necessary for you to hire some assistant caretakers. We will conduct weekly inspections to ensure that your standards of care for Ahmed are commensurate with those you so strongly recommend in your letter.

Although Ahmed is a sociopath and extremely violent, we hope that your sensitivity to what you described as his 'attitudinal problem' will help him overcome these character flaws. Perhaps you are correct in describing these problems as mere cultural differences. We understand that you plan to offer counseling and home schooling.

Your adopted terrorist is extremely proficient in hand-to-hand combat and can extinguish human life with such simple items as a pencil or nail clippers. We advise that you do not ask him to demonstrate these skills at your next yoga group. He is also expert at making a wide variety of explosive devices from common household products, so you may wish to keep those items locked up, unless (in your opinion) this might offend him.

Ahmed will not wish to interact with you or your daughters (except sexually) since he views females as a subhuman form of property. This is a particularly sensitive subject for him and he has been known to show violent tendencies around women who fail to comply with the new dress code that he will recommend as more appropriate attire. I'm sure you will come to enjoy the anonymity offered by the burka over time. Just remember that it is all part of 'respecting his culture and religious beliefs' as described in your letter.

Thanks again for your concern. We truly appreciate it when folks like you keep us informed of the proper way to do our job and care for our fellow man. You take good care of Ahmed and remember, we'll be watching.

Good luck.

Gordon O'Connor
Minister of National Defense

Posted 9:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 24

What autism means to the Hanson family: angry, exhausted and broke. We take comfort knowing what other families are going through.

Posted 4:25 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 17

Teens pray on the Mall in Washington, D.C.

Listen to this amazing story of young Christians praying on the Mall in Washington, D.C., yesterday.

Posted 1:50 p.m., Friday, Aug. 15

Check out the South Carolina Republican blog.

Posted 8:25 a.m., Tuesday, Aug. 12

Where's South Carolina?

Visitor to UN headquarters in New York ponders why South Carolina is not represented.

Posted 11:15 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 9

Drill, Drill, Drill Is Working

As Sen. John McCain and the GOP leadership nationalize the drill, drill, drill message, the Republican Party might conceivably be riding a summer political rally. The question of offshore drilling, along with expanded domestic energy production, has suddenly become the biggest political and economic wedge issue of this election. Is there a Republican tsunami in the making?

According to the major polls, McCain has overcome a big deficit to pull even with Barack Obama. Meanwhile, according to a Rasmussen survey, Democratic Party identification has slumped. Read the rest of this article by Larry Kudlow.

Posted 9:50 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 6

Foreign Policy Lessons From Fighting Muslim Pirates

Most Americans remain utterly ignorant of this nation’s first foreign war but that exotic, long-ago struggle set the pattern for nearly all the many distant conflicts that followed. Refusal to confront the lessons of the First Barbary War (1801-1805) has led to some of the silliest arguments concerning Iraq and Afghanistan, and any effort to apply traditional American values to our future foreign policy requires an understanding of this all-but-forgotten episode from our past. Read the rest of this article from Michael Medved.

Posted 11 a.m., Monday, Aug. 4

The president-in-waiting wants to steal money from oil companies and, in an act of blessedness and benevolence, give a check of $1,000 to American “middle class” families, hoping, of course, that more people will vote for him in the upcoming election.

The latest economic proposal coming from Barak Obama is a socialist’s dream. The president-in-waiting wants to steal money from oil companies and, in an act of blessedness and benevolence, give a check of $1,000 to American “middle class” families, hoping, of course, that more people will vote for him in the upcoming election. The ripple effect of Obamanomics would be a disaster. Retirement portfolios would be hit hard since $10.1 billion was paid to shareholders in the form of dividends and stock buybacks by the oil companies. With profits down, exploration for new oil would be jeopardized. Supply and demand, something Obamanomics does not believe in, would be hit hard. Read full article by Gary DeMar (American Vision)

Posted 8:15 a.m., Monday, Aug. 4

Why students should tuck their shirts in at school.
Watch this video.

Posted 4:15 p.m., Friday, Aug. 1

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Posted 8:45 a.m., Friday, Aug. 1

Desire to Build a Church Led to Fernando Tatis' Major League Comeback

Read this article from The Christian Post

Tatis, when he was a St. Louis Cardinal, became the only major league player to hit two grand slams in one inning.

Posted 8:35 p.m., Wednesday, July 30

Obama's answer to drilling debate: inflate your tires, get a tune up: view this from CNN

Posted 6:55 p.m., Monday, July 28

The Sad Road to Socialism
What happens When Private Property is No Longer a Right.
Read this enlightening article by John Loeffler

Posted 2:40 p.m., Saturday, July 26

Can Britain survive multiculturalism? Watch video.

Posted 9:20 a.m., Thursday, July 24

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Jewish Groups Challenge Obama: Show Support for United Jerusalem

The Coalition for a United Jerusalem held a news conference in the capital Tuesday night to demand that US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama express unequivocal support for the unification of Jerusalem under Jewish sovereignty. Read more from Arutz Sheva.

Posted 8:10 a.m., Wednesday, July 23

South Carolina colleges telling illegal students not to return: Republican state rep threatens to weaken immigration law

As they arrived home last week from their study groups and second jobs, a handful of college students across the Grand Strand found letters saying that, because they are in the U.S. illegally, this semester will be their last.

The letters are the result of a new immigration package signed into law last month after a yearlong public debate led in part by state Rep. Thad Viers (R-Myrtle Beach). Now, Viers says that law may go too far and pledged late last week to work on correcting it or changing its application. Click here to read the rest of this article by Robert Morris of the Myrtle Beach Sun News.

Posted 5 p.m., Saturday, July 5

Were America's Founders Deists? By Brannon Howse

Posted 2:50 p.m., Saturday, June 28

Why We Left Islam: By Susan Crimp & Joel Richardson, editors

Powerfully written and deeply compelling. The penalty for renouncing Islam is death, which makes these accounts of people of conscience even more poignant by the realization that each of them lives under a death sentence. These brutally honest accounts shine the light of truth on what the media and politicians won't admit—Islam is NOT a “religion of peace” but instead is barbaric, repressive, and a nightmare for those living under it. Should be required reading for human rights activists and all those who value the dignity of the human person. (Hardback, 183 pages) Order now.

Posted 9:40 a.m., Monday, June 2

I have been named editor of The Palmetto Patriot (above), the publication of the South Carolina Society Sons of the American Revolution. Click here to view my first edition and contact me if you would like for me to produce your publication or design your web site.

Posted 9:50 p.m., Saturday, May 31

President Bush arrives at Greenville-Spartanburg Airport before Furman graduation address

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