Category: Election

Hillary Says More Death for Unborn Children is a Victory

Hillary Says More Death for Unborn Children is a Victory

In a nation choking to death on political correctness, it would seem that I should immediately follow the title of this article with an apology. This will never happen in my lifetime.

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South Dakota Republicans Approve New Platform, Resolutions

South Dakota Republicans Approve New Platform, Resolutions

The South Dakota Republican Party held their convention in Aberdeen Saturday to select committeemen and women, nominate a Public Utilities Commission candidate, adopt a platform and confirm some resolutions. There were 184 registered delegates present from 35 counties.

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Many Good Resolutions Drafted at SD GOP Convention

Many Good Resolutions Drafted at SD GOP Convention

About 20 proposed resolutions were considered by the South Dakota GOP Convention Resolutions Committee this afternoon in Aberdeen. They covered topics such as Donald Trump, sustainable agriculture, education and our nation’s founding principles, Medicaid expansion, immigration, and the transgender agenda.

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SDGOP Proposed Resolution on Nonpartisan Elections

SDGOP Proposed Resolution on Nonpartisan Elections

I just testified at the South Dakota GOP Convention Resolutions Committee a few minutes ago in support of my proposed resolution against the South Dakota Nonpartisan Elections Constitutional Amendment V which will be on the ballot in the general election in November.

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Donald Trump (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Why This Republican Can’t Support Donald Trump

If you really want to know why I–a Christian, conservative, Tea Party, anti-establishment, grassroots Republican–can’t support Donald Trump, allow me to explain. I will divide the many reasons I can’t support Donald Trump into four major areas.

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Quote of the Day: The Election Reality Show

Quote of the Day: The Election Reality Show

On yesterday’s Steve Deace show, Deace nailed on the head and drove through the wood the exact thing I’ve been thinking for weeks now. He played a clip of Texas Senator and former presidential candidate Ted Cruz speaking on the floor of the U.S. Senate, condemning the terrorism carried out against Americans recently in Orlando, as well as the anti-liberty demagoguery and apology for evil perpetrated by the Left in its wake.

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Libertarian Party Recognized in South Dakota

Libertarian Party Recognized in South Dakota

Today, South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that a new recognized political party has been formed. The Libertarian Party submitted 7,859 valid signatures. The required number of signatures that must be submitted to form a new political party are 6,936.

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Racial Hypocrisy – Trump’s Judge and the Supreme Court’s Ruling

Racial Hypocrisy – Trump’s Judge and the Supreme Court’s Ruling

Much is being made of Donald Trump’s supposedly “racist” comments and attitude about the judge in a Trump University lawsuit. According to Trump, the judge, who is of Hispanic ethnicity, can’t rule objectively in the case because of the antagonism caused among some Hispanics by Trump’s promise to build a wall to stop illegal immigration from Mexico and Central American countries.

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Recount Looms in SD Districts 16 and 30

The only possible recounts from last night’s June 7th primary are from Legislative Districts 16 and 30. No other candidate can request a recount. The official state canvass is set to be held on Tuesday, June 14th at 9:00am Central Standard Time at the State Capitol in room 414.

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Overall, South Dakota Conservatives Do Well

Overall, South Dakota Conservatives Do Well

South Dakota held its Republican primary election yesterday. Though there were some disappointments, overall, South Dakota conservatives did pretty well in yesterday’s 2016 primary election. And there was a striking message in the presidential primary results, as well.

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