Archive for February 8th, 2016

Scientific Inquiry Discouraged in South Dakota Legislature

Scientific Inquiry Discouraged in South Dakota Legislature

It’s amazing how closed-minded the supposedly “open minded” can actually be. We got an example of that from the South Dakota Legislature last week as the Senate Education Committee looked at SB 83 is intended to assist teachers in “helping students understand, analyze, critique, or review in an objective scientific manner the strengths and weaknesses of scientific information presented in courses.”

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ATF inspector at a federally-licensed gun dealer. (Source: ATF)

Choking Obama’s Operation Choke Point

As it will soon be known, in the bad old days of President Obama’s second term, he used the Department of Justice (DOJ) to attack his most hated of political enemies: gun dealers. In Operation Choke Point, a gun dealer could wake up one morning and find that his or her bank has terminated their relationship.

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Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC)

Obama is Not a King but Lindsey Graham is a Court Jester‬

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham recently proposed a bill that is in clear violation of the Constitution. His bill would give the president the power to fight ISIS “whenever, wherever, and however.” But the president is not a king; Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 of the U.S. Constitution says that Congress shall have the power “To declare war.”

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Curbing the Left’s Sexual Agenda in South Dakota

Curbing the Left’s Sexual Agenda in South Dakota

Several bills were heard in the South Dakota Legislature last week dealing with homosexual and transgender issues, as well as the religious liberty being targeted by the Left’s sexual agenda.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 8, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 8, 2016

Important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today include those dealing with abortion, refugee settlement, sales taxes, religious liberty, gun rights, land rights and more.

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