Archive for October 26th, 2012

Liberal State House Candidates Exposed in Dist. 35

Liberal State House Candidates Exposed in Dist. 35

We weren’t done with liberals running in South Dakota District 35 once the 2012 primary was over. Now we have a couple of Democrats running for Dist. 35 House who are soft on Second Amendment rights. Democrats Jay Pond and Shane Liebig have been exposed for their liberal positions on Second Amendment rights.

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Needed: To Be Held Accountable

Needed: To Be Held Accountable

On September 11th, 2012, America was once again attacked by terrorists. Unlike the slam bam attacks back in 2001, these attacks encompassed seven to eight hours. And unlike eleven years ago, America had the opportunity to respond! What happened? Simply put, a messiah was elected in 2008. One who brought with him his own personal agenda.

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Running on Empty: A Vision for the Future

Running on Empty: A Vision for the Future

The latest Afterburner from Bill Whittle examines what it at stake in the upcoming election. On the one hand, we have Barack Obama’s vision of a nation perpetually running on empty. On the other hand, we have a lot of uncertainty with Mitt Romney…but we can be sure of one thing: if we remove the specter of tax increases and unrestrained government, America is almost certain to take off and do what it does best–succeed.

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RINOs Endorse Uncloseted Democrat Over Republicans

RINOs Endorse Uncloseted Democrat Over Republicans

Here we see more of the “Republican” type of behavior that RINO Gov. Dennis Daugaard modeled so well in the GOP primary earlier this year. Only this time, these “Republicans” apparently want to “one up” Daugaard and endorse an open Democrat. Yes, RINO Gov. Daugaard only endorsed closeted Democrats in the GOP primary–“Republicans” who vote like Democrats. Now, these “Republicans” have actually paid for an ad to support an open Democrat over Republicans Hal Wick and Manny Steel in the general election.

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