Archive for May, 2014

Senator Harry Reid (Photo credit: Korean Resource Center)

Harry Reid threatens private property in America

The most fundamental tenets freedom are violated when private ownership can be disturbed by politicians who don’t like you, how you look, how you think, or what you say in private. Private property is the oxygen of freedom and of capitalism. It’s the job of our government to protect property, not invade it.

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You Just Have to Put it Out of Your Mind!

You Just Have to Put it Out of Your Mind!

Barack Obama unashamedly did his best to attempt to save face by showing up at Arlington National Cemetery with the hopes that you would believe that he supports American ideals, along with our boys and girls in uniform. All the while, he spends his allotted time (to America’s own demise) destroying and desecrating their memories by trampling the Constitution they sacrificed themselves to magnify.

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The Scorecard Difference on Illegal Immigration: Stace Nelson Stands Tall

The Scorecard Difference on Illegal Immigration: Stace Nelson Stands Tall

A friend brough this South Dakota U.S. Senate race scorecard on illegal immigration to my attention. It’s from Numbers USA, a group concerned about immigration, primarily illegal immigration and reforming (i.e. fixing, not “liberalizing” as most uses of the word “reform” mean) our immigration system.

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Jordon Mason

Release: Council Member, Others Unhappy with Kooiker’s Endorsements

A release from Jordan Mason, a candidate for Pennington County Register of Deeds, says Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker is being criticized by Councilmember Jerry Wright for his endorsement of Pennington County Auditor candidate John Roberts, and that the husband of the current Register of Deeds has criticized Kooker for endorsing Mason’s candidacy.Read more ›

A ‘Reagan Republican’ Team in District 35

A ‘Reagan Republican’ Team in District 35

This is a great “team” mailer I received today from South Dakota District 35 House Rep. Chip Campbell and Dist. 35 House candidate Lynne DiSanto. There is a LOT that a LOT of South Dakota “Republicans” could learn from these two–and hopefully they will.

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Senate Democrats Make War on First Amendment

Senate Democrats Make War on First Amendment

The once revered First Amendment to the United States Constitution has come under unprecedented attack by Democratic Party elected officials, and the Obama Administration itself over the course of the past five years. Now, 41 Senate Democrats have come completely out of the closet in proposing that the Constitution be changed to reflect their warped view.

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Why we’re mad and we’re not going to take it anymore

Why we’re mad and we’re not going to take it anymore

When Republicans have had power, we have never seen them ruthlessly pursue our agenda with the same reckless abandon or courage of conviction the Obama Regime and its allies daily display. The last time we saw the Republicans draw a line in the sand with Democrats was over invading Iraq, which turned out to be urban renewal in the name of Allah. Since then, it’s been the “surrender caucus” on parade.

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First Amendment inscription, in front of Independence Hall (Photo credit: Robin Klein)

Democrats’ Latest Assault on the Constitution

Two hundred twenty-three years after the First Amendment went into effect, Senate liberals are trying to put an expiration date on political speech. While most Americans were firing up their grills last weekend, Sen. Udall was lighting a match under Senate Democrats to get a vote on his Joint Resolution 19. And if it’s successful, the National Archives will need more than bomb-proofing to protect America’s founding documents.

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West Point Still Stands

West Point Still Stands

Just what more does this imposter have to do in order to turn heads and flinch the unflinching heart? Here he is yesterday, at our Nation’s most historic military institution, speechifying a speech which, at another time would both salute the graduates while solidifying their solemn pledge of “Duty, Honor, Country.” In reality, I believe this commencement was their first test at being an “officer and a gentleman,” as they all had to endure Obama’s dribble.

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Tea Party is Winning the Ideological Fight in the GOP

Tea Party is Winning the Ideological Fight in the GOP

The Republican party has been, in its core demographic power centers, affirmatively convinced that conservative, limited government principles of statesmanship ought to be applied by Republican elected officials. This forces the moderate establishment to fight on the political and rhetorical battleground of the principled conservative.

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