Archive for October 29th, 2013

Poll: As Many Identify with Tea Party as With Obama

Poll: As Many Identify with Tea Party as With Obama

You never want to make too much of poll results. They’re just too subjective. The way the question is worded, the way the question is asked, the unknown of exactly what is going on in the mind of the respondent, and other factors render polls of limited value. But this finding from Rasmussen is interesting because we are always hearing from the “mainstream” media about how hated the Tea Party movement is.

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The Emperor Has No Clothes

The Emperor Has No Clothes

When you allow ideology to drive the development of policy with no attention to reality or practicality, the results are catastrophic. For the President and his supporters, Obamacare was conceived not as a policy solution for America’s growing healthcare challenges but as a symbol of the President’s progressive worldview.

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Senate Conservatives Blast McConnell ObamaCare Sellout

Senate Conservatives Blast McConnell ObamaCare Sellout

The Senate Conservatives Fund is running an ad exposing Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s sellout of the American people in refusing to fight to defund ObamaCare. There is an alternative in the Kentucky GOP primary, and it’s Matt Bevin.

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How Could You Not Know???

How Could You Not Know???

Have you ever encountered a situation where someone you generally respect as knowledgeable and upright…makes one of the most asinine statements imaginable? Or put another way, they admit to not knowing something that should be as obvious as the noon-day son? So it was that Rush Limbaugh was incredulous that Charles Krauthammer–a man I agree with most of the time–said that he didn’t know who Barack Obama was or what he was about until some time after he was elected.

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The Death Penalty: Do Innocents Matter?

The Death Penalty: Do Innocents Matter?

They matter a great deal, of course. But which position–pro death penalty or anti death penalty–is actually more likely to protect more innocent human lives from being ended?

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B-47

USAF Veteran to Talk about Badlands Bomb Plot during Cold War

Bill Casper of Rapid City will photographically present his Badlands Cold War experiences on Saturday, November 9 at the Western Dakota Technical Institute, 9-11 am, an event sponsored by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group. Casper was in the Air Force from November 1959 until November of 1963 and spent three of those years stationed with Detachment #2, 11th Radar Bomb Scoring Squadron, “Badlands Bomb Plot”. Casper and the other members of the detachment were responsible for the scoring of “simulated” bombing missions of B-47s, B-52s, and B-58s at a site on Hurley Butte, eleven miles west of Interior, South Dakota.  His slide presentation will cover the life and “action” at the site, on TDY assignments, and living the “highlife” in Wall, South Dakota. Speaker contact:  Bill Casper at (605) 342-0893 Courtesy photo:  Bill Casper in 1959 Web reference:  http://www.battlestory.org/index.php?p=1_206_BILL-CASPER-USAF- More info:  Contact Brad Morganat (605) 787-6653 or Verne Sheppard at (605) 342-5512

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Misunderstanding Costs Money

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Misunderstanding Costs Money

A new client of ours had just turned 65 and started using Medicare. She went to a doctor that she knew for her welcome to Medicare visit. She assumed that everything would be fine. She got a surprise.

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