Category: Election

What Debate? Hillary’s View of Life and Death Says it All

What Debate? Hillary’s View of Life and Death Says it All

The thing about politics that is easy to disdain is that it more often than not uses words to cover and mask serious errors in judgment with more publicly acceptable rhetorical phrases and words. Wickedness and immorality are clandestinely draped with words like liberalism, inclusion, civil rights and safety.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 5

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 5

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans.

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Trump and Clinton at Thunderdome

Trump and Clinton at Thunderdome

Though in one sense it would be about as enlightening as watching two mules fight over a turnip, coupled with the fact that I won’t learn anything new about either candidate (the evidence was insurmountable long ago that they are both corrupt, amoral liberals who would hardly be worth urinating on if they were on fire), I still plan to watch the presidential debate out of curiosity.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 4

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 4

Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here. With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans. I sent out a simple questionnaire this weekend to all the legislative candidates for whom I had contact information, asking if they supported the South Dakota GOP Platform, and if they could not support the entire platform, to state which parts they could not support. I have already received some responses, and will post others as they come in. I have no contact information for Nancy York, Lance Carson or Charles M. Turbiville and thus was not able to submit these questions to them. If you […]

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 3

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 3

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles.

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A Diatribe against Baseless Neutrality and Blind Compromise

A Diatribe against Baseless Neutrality and Blind Compromise

This is a rant for the faithless.  I’m railing against you.  I’m railing against me.  But mostly I’m railing against them.

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South Dakota Early Voting Begins Sept. 23

South Dakota Early Voting Begins Sept. 23

Absentee voting will begin for registered South Dakota voters Friday, September 23rd, 46 days prior to the general election held on Tuesday, November 8th. Secretary of State Shantel Krebs expects a high turnout across South Dakota, “South Dakota always ranks in the top ten in the nation for voter turnout and we expect to have that trend continue in 2016.”

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 2

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 2

Read Part 1 here. With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans. I sent out a simple questionnaire this weekend to all the legislative candidates for whom I had contact information, asking if they supported the South Dakota GOP Platform, and if they could not support the entire platform, to state which parts they could not support. I have already received some responses, and will post others as they come in. I have no contact information for Nancy York, Lance Carson or Charles M. Turbiville and thus was not able to submit these questions to them. If you have an email address or contact form […]

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Specs, Lies and Videotape: The Fall of Hillary

Specs, Lies and Videotape: The Fall of Hillary

I can’t wait for “Weekend at Chelsea’s” to hit the big screen. CNN and the rest of Hillary Clinton’s slobbering media sycophants have already written the script. If this woman, God forbid, dropped dead on the sidewalk tomorrow, these doting suck-ups – these mass media strumpets whose voter trust has, understandably, reached an all-time low – would dutifully parrot the Clinton campaign talking points and call it a “minor setback” to her “inevitable” victory.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 1

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 1

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans.

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