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Posts by Angela K. Love

Born and raised the first eight years of her life in Missouri, South Dakota PolitiChick State Director Angela K. Love moved with her biological mom to Southern California the summer before her ninth birthday. Due to health issues, Angela was put into a foster home shortly after arriving there. The foster family took her in as their own and adopted her when she was 12 years old. During her first year with her new family, Angela became a Christian, surrendering her life to Christ. Her adoptive mother was diagnosed with cancer shortly after the adoption took place and finally lost her battle with cancer the summer after Angela graduated high school in 1986. Angela worked for two years at Focus on the Family (1987-1989) and went on a stateside summer mission project to Daytona Beach, Florida, with Campus Crusade for Christ the summer of 1988. Angela had a short stint in college before she moved back to mid-Missouri in 1990. Then in 1991, Angela was introduced to her future husband, Phil Love, by Senator John Loudon and PolitiChicks anchor Dr. Gina Loudon. Phil and Angela were married in June of 1992. Angela moved with her husband, three kids and beloved Golden Retriever dogs to Pueblo, CO, in 2005. In 2007, Phil and Angela started a home-based business, Phang, LLC, specializing in Commercial Underwriting. In 2008, Angela obtained her real estate license. She became an Employing Broker and opened her own real estate business in 2010. She has been a part of over $10MM in commercial real estate deals and was the driving force in convincing International Hospitality Group to allow Holiday Inn hotels to reside in two adjoining, competing Denver, CO, suburbs. In the summer of 2012, Angela and her family moved to Rapid City, SD. Angela expects to graduate with honors with Bachelor Degrees in Business Administration in both Management and Finance in 2013, after which she plans to pursue an MBA. Angela enjoys stimulating intellectual debate over politics and Christianity. Angela enjoyed her work supporting Dr. Gina Loudon, author, radio talk show host, and PolitiChicks anchor, as an Assistant Producer for the Dr. Gina Show. She still continues as an Assistant producer for Dr. Gina's YouTube Channel." Angela is a staunch social and fiscal conservative.

“Chinese Girl in the Ghetto”:  An Interview with Author Ying Ma

“Chinese Girl in the Ghetto”: An Interview with Author Ying Ma

August 4, 2013 at 2:00 am / by

Ying Ma moved from Guangzhou, China to the United States with her family when she was ten years of age.  She has a Bachelors of Arts in Government, magna cum laude, from Cornell University, and a Juris Doctorate from Standard Law School.  As stated on her website, “Ying Ma (馬穎) […]

 
Facebook or Reality?  Getting Back to Basics in Relationships

Facebook or Reality? Getting Back to Basics in Relationships

July 27, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

This past weekend the “Hills Alive” Festival was held once again in Rapid City, SD, with many people attending.  “Hills Alive” is a free summer music festival.  This year artists included, but weren’t limited to, Abandon, Audio Adrenaline, Building 429, Jeremy Camp, Selah, and We Are Leo.  My husband and […]

 
Your Husband Can Be Your Best Friend, NOT Your “Best Girlfriend”

Your Husband Can Be Your Best Friend, NOT Your “Best Girlfriend”

June 30, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

The perfect marriage doesn’t exist for any couple, yet many couples have been married for 20, 30, 50, or more years.  What formula exists for them, which hasn’t worked for others?  There isn’t one key ingredient, but there is one area where I initially failed early in my marriage, to […]

 
Time to Stop Confusing Legislation!

Time to Stop Confusing Legislation!

May 21, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

A career as a politician is one I will never choose. It seems like a tough job, and I don’t pretend to understand all of responsibility that goes with it.  However I do get tired of reading about legislation for a particular issue that is filled with a bunch of […]

 
Outlawed, Banned & Regulated:  YOUR Front Yard Gardens!

Outlawed, Banned & Regulated: YOUR Front Yard Gardens!

May 16, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Mother’s Day was a very nice time for me, with my family blessing me with many flower and vegetable plants for my garden.  I have already begun my garden planting with tomatoes, watermelon, and okra; late this year due to winter overstaying it’s welcome here in South Dakota.  As I […]

 
$12 for a Big Mac?  It Could Happen!

$12 for a Big Mac? It Could Happen!

April 25, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

My ultimate dream is to write Bible Studies for women from a Biblical perspective, which would include issues about finance, marriage, relationships, etc., and to continue writing about politics right here at PolitiChicks.tv.  However, I know making a living from writing full-time doesn’t come easily.  So, I recently began the […]

 
Lessons Learned of Low Information Voters from Wife Swap

Lessons Learned of Low Information Voters from Wife Swap

April 1, 2013 at 11:29 am / by

I watched a recent version of ABC’s Wife Swap, which pitted the conservative Christian Loudon family against a polyamorous Envy family.  The Envy’s live in a family with a husband, wife and several kids.  The interesting part is they also live with a girlfriend that they share.  This lifestyle would […]

 
Liberals Cannot Succeed in the Marketplace of Ideas

Liberals Cannot Succeed in the Marketplace of Ideas

March 30, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

My father immigrated with his family to America from Denmark when he was twelve years old.  Growing up, we enjoyed the traditions of a Danish home.  We even used many Danish words, including those for grandparents, which are “Farmor” and “Farfar,” meaning, “father’s mother” and “father’s father.”  My own children […]

 
Are We a ‘Pro-Choice’ Country?

Are We a ‘Pro-Choice’ Country?

January 25, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

The “pro-choice” ideology appears to only apply to one decision-making process: whether a woman wants to keep or abort her baby.  The ideology behind ‘pro-choice’ is that a woman has the right to decide what happens to her body.  I could be wrong, but I think the pro-choice philosophy should […]

 
What’s Next, Banning the Flag?  (Well, Maybe.)

What’s Next, Banning the Flag? (Well, Maybe.)

January 23, 2013 at 3:00 am / by

I sit here dumbfounded at my computer this morning as I read the Town of West New York, County of Hudson’s Ordinance # 2/13.   It is an Ordinance appearing to pertain to “beautification” and cleaning up a town that is overrun with banners and signs.  However, due to item “F” […]

 
Latest Government Attack: Tourism

Latest Government Attack: Tourism

January 19, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

The government must hate tourism, or they just love taxes!  The Obama administration is once again floating the ‘pay-per-mile’ tax idea.  Is it really the time for the current administration to be purposing yet another tax?  Yes, it appears a bit fairer on the surface.  People can either choose to […]

 
Is it Time for America to Take a Chill-pill?

Is it Time for America to Take a Chill-pill?

January 17, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

On January 15, 2013, a high school was locked down in Long Island, NY, due to a boy carrying a Lime Green Nerf gun in his backpack.  On the same day, two six year old boys were suspended from Talbot County school in Talbot County, MD, for using their fingers […]

 
Tax Cuts:  Friend or Foe?

Tax Cuts: Friend or Foe?

October 30, 2012 at 5:00 am / by

It’s been rather frustrating lately talking with people about Romney’s ideas on cutting taxes.  So many people view tax cuts as bad, not because they really know if they are, but because Bush implemented tax cuts during his presidency and they don’t like Bush.  The media blames the high deficits […]

 
Our Big, FAT Issue With Michelle Obama

Our Big, FAT Issue With Michelle Obama

October 1, 2012 at 5:00 am / by

By Angela and Hannah Love My daughter’s week is usually filled with her doing her studies until about 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, attending a one and half hour swim practice four days a week, and going to church on Sunday.  We run errands and do house chores on Saturdays.  […]

 
Bizarre Bedfellows

Bizarre Bedfellows

September 27, 2012 at 5:00 am / by

Have you ever wondered what connects the different groups in the Democratic Party?  What is the common thread that unites them to fight for the liberal cause?  I have pondered this a lot lately. When thinking about feminists, they want reproductive and equality rights for women, but yet they do […]

 
 
 
 

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