“Port Yankton” Asks For Gambling

The city of Yankton is looking to use the Legislative process to put on the ballot the ability for the proposed “Port Yankton” entertainment complex to have roulette, keno, craps, limited card games and slot machines. The legislation proposing this constitutional amendment is SJR9, which if passed by the Legislature … Continue reading

Ministry Leaders Capitol Summit – Another Successful Year

Here is what people said regarding the 2018 Ministry Leaders’ Capitol Summit in Pierre: What was the most rewarding part of the Capitol Summit in Pierre? “Ushering prayer into the capitol” “Praying with the legislators” “Dr. Kenyn Cureton was a wonderful speaker.” “Meeting State Officials” “Filling the capitol with praise … Continue reading

What The Schumer Shutdown Is Really About

A commentary from Congressman Gary Palmer “Democrat senators made a choice last night. They chose between funding our military along with funding for healthcare insurance for America’s most vulnerable children or funding an unconstitutional program for people here illegally. They made a bad choice. By opposing passage of a reasonable … Continue reading

Covering the windows at the Fort Meade VA Chapel

  Recently FHA received a call from a distraught chaplain at the Fort Meade Chapel. It seems that the beautiful Christian-themed stained glass chapel windows have been covered to create a “religiously neutral” space. In fact, the Veterans Health Administration’s Directive 1111 requires that VA facilities’ chapels be “religiously neutral, … Continue reading