Most people know that I am against Obamacare because it hurts senior citizens in so many ways. I’ve been following the 2014 election races and praying for the candidates who oppose Obamacare. Here are a few items of advice for Anti-Obamacare candidates and their supporters.
David North at the Center for Immigration Studies has a new article on the South Dakota EB-5 scandal, and $120 million in EB-5 funds that are missing. CIS, as their name implies, is concerned with immigration into America, and as a part of that, they have been looking into the scandal surrounding EB-5 in South Dakota for some time now.
As more and more liberals have infiltrated the Republican Party in recent years, crony capitalism has become embraced more and more by the "Republican" power structure. In fact, in a state like South Dakota where the GOP has been blessed to control most of the reins of government for many years, the practice has become deeply embedded in the GOP leadership and in our state government.
Tom Lawrence at the Aberdeen News wrote an article about how RINO Mike Rounds is running from as many debates as possible with his competitors Democrat Rick Weiland, conservative independent Gordon Howie and liberal independent Larry Pressler.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is, by refusing to tell us where he stands on illegal immigration, telling us where he stands on illegal immigration.
I received an email from Texas Governor Rick Perry yesterday, asking for my input and support. I definitely had some "input and support" for Governor Perry, though it wasn't the kind he was looking for.
According to Life News, the National Right to Life Committee endorsed fake conservative Mike Rounds for U.S. Senate. Yeah. Mike Rounds is a real conservative...to hear him tell it. His record tells another story.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964