Archive for July 17th, 2013

Boehner: It’s Time to Pander to Illegal Aliens

Boehner: It’s Time to Pander to Illegal Aliens

RINO House Majority Leader John Boeher (R-OH) says it’s time to do something for the children of people who violated our national borders and broke our laws. Yes, it IS time to do something for the children of illegal aliens: send them home to their country of origin with their parents.

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder

The Department of Injustice

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has vowed to proceed with a civil rights inquiry against George Zimmerman. With all the things on Holder’s plate, one has to wonder how he has the time for it. Recently, Holder celebrated the one year anniversary of being held in contempt of congress by the House of Representatives. The Department of Justice should also open up about cases that it is stonewalling.

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South Dakota: A Top State for Business

South Dakota: A Top State for Business

For the 10th straight year, South Dakota is being recognized as one of the top 10 pro-business states, according to Pollina Corporate Real Estate. This year, South Dakota received an eighth place ranking. The Pollina Corporate Top 10 Pro-Business States study uses 32 factors to asses and rank the states, including taxation, human resources, infrastructure, economic incentive programs and state economic development efforts.

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America Schooled in the Politics of Different Assault Types

America Schooled in the Politics of Different Assault Types

As I pointed out this morning, many Americans have misunderstood the meaning and use of the words “nigger” and “nigga.” Apparently, many people–including George Zimmerman–lack the proper understanding of the different varieties of assault, including the difference between an assault intended to inflict death or serious bodily harm, and the less harmful brand of assault known as “whoop ass.”

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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV)

More Republican Capitulation

Welcome to the new Senate, the formerly august body where the minority used to be able to influence executive branch nominations through a vetting process and the threat of blocking confirmation is no more. In their quest to “save” the institution, John McCain (R-Ariz.) and his merry band of quislings have given the president carte blanche to submit anyone he wants for confirmation with a guarantee of quick and easy passage.

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South Dakota’s DUI Implied Consent Law Upheld

South Dakota’s DUI Implied Consent Law Upheld

South Dakota Attorney General Jackley announces favorable court rulings regarding the legality of taking of blood under the State’s implied consent laws. The Attorney General’s Office has been assisting county prosecutors in responding to motions to suppress blood samples and test results filed in numerous DUI cases throughout the state.

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America Schooled in the Politics of ‘Nigga’

America Schooled in the Politics of ‘Nigga’

Lest we ever forget, we now know that “nigger” doesn’t mean a derogatory term to describe a black person. According to Trayvon Martin’s girlfriend Rachel Jeantel, who has schooled America in such matters, “nigger” is the same as “guy” or “dude” or “man.” Well, when “nigger” is pronounced “nigga,” at least.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Impressing the Medicare Representative

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Impressing the Medicare Representative

When a senior citizen does not have some kind of prescription drug coverage that meets Medicare standards, the government punishes the senior citizen with a Late Enrollment Penalty (L.E.P.) Similar punishments are in the “Obamacare” law for others.

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Courts’ Job is Not to Show Compassion

Courts’ Job is Not to Show Compassion

This is an interesting and fiery exchange between Fox News commentator Juan Williams and civil rights attorney Leo Terrell on the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin verdict. Juan seems to be fixated on some sort of need for the decision, the jury, the courts, to show “compassion” in their decision. Isn’t adjudicating according to the facts enough? Isn’t making a right judgment based on the facts precisely what the jury, the the court, the verdict supposed to do?

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