Archive for February 17th, 2016

South Dakota Senator Phil Jensen

Another RINO Smear on a Conservative

When you’re a conservative these days, you never have to wait very long before you encounter someone eager to sully your reputation. South Dakota Senator Phil Jensen is one of the state’s most conservative legislators, so his most dedicated “fan” is always ready with his brush.

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Man Changes in Women’s Restroom, Law Backs Him

Man Changes in Women’s Restroom, Law Backs Him

You knew it was only a matter of time, when we start rejecting science and fact in favor of “feeling” and delusion, right?

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Is an Extremist At Your Door?

Is an Extremist At Your Door?

Cory Heidelburger. Many of you are familiar with his work as a blogger on the Dakota Free Press, others may have heard his name in the last couple weeks when he announced his candidacy for the state Senate. But for those of you who are unfamiliar with him let me take a minute to introduce him to you.

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Defending the Obvious

Defending the Obvious

We have been placed in the position of having to defend plain, obvious truths as if they were, at best, seriously questionable claims. The “magic dust” that confuses and disarms us is made up of popular opinion, pressure to conform, the “conclusions” of politically correct “experts,” portrayals in mass media, etc. — that is, whatever can be used (or abused) to make us hesitant to speak up.

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Trump Reduces Political Debate to Childhood: “Liar, Liar Pants on Fire”

Trump Reduces Political Debate to Childhood: “Liar, Liar Pants on Fire”

Since he pulled out of the debate prior to the New Hampshire caucuses, it became clear that the Donald does not play well with other children.

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Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Five

Battle of Bunker Hill: Part Five

Notice the place where the British landed on the southeast corner of the peninsula and notice the British ships in the Charles River: the Falcon, the Lively, and the Somerset, all well within range and able to give Howe and his troops cover when they landed.

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All Souls Matter

All Souls Matter

Race, color, ethnicity, adversity, tolerance, prejudice, bias, pride… These are just some of the natural realities that continue to ignite our racial divide. But in the end, none of it will matter. On the last day, it will all go away. Who will you grab hold of on that last day of days?

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Victory for Privacy and Modesty in SD Legislature

Victory for Privacy and Modesty in SD Legislature

We are pleased to report that HB1008, the student privacy bill, passed in the Senate yesterday afternoon with a vote of 20-15. HB1008 now heads to the Governor. Urge him to sign HB1008, the student privacy bill.

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Health Care for Pregnant Illegal Aliens in South Dakota

Health Care for Pregnant Illegal Aliens in South Dakota

A few years ago, a Democrat sponsored a bill to provide taxpayer-funded health care to pregnant illegal aliens. That bill failed, but since then, Republicans have been duped into picking up this dirty flag and flying it the past couple of years. Like sour milk that keeps coming up the gullet, it’s back again this year in HB 1110.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 17, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 17, 2016

Bills being considered in the South Dakota Legislature today include “gold card” concealed carry permits, birth certificates, daylight savings time, abortions, drug testing for welfare recipients, a corporate income tax in South Dakota, and more.

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