Category: Election

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RINO Governor Daugaard Backs RINOs in Primary Again

There are some people you just know you can count on. You can count on them to put the greater good ahead of their own convenience or what’s easy. You know you can count on them to do what’s right. You can count on them to do what needs to be done. Then there are the Republicans In Name Only (RINOs), like our Governor Dennis Daugaard.

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Those Who Warn America Love America

Those Who Warn America Love America

It may seem all too rudimentary, but those who love their children warn, rebuke and punish them regularly. Those who do not do this don’t love their children, and we might say they actually hate them or at the least are indifferent.

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Trump Tames Billary 

Trump Tames Billary 

Back in the days of the peace dividend, “Read my lips,” and “It’s the economy stupid,” we were told we got two for the price of one.  And we sure did. One president to chase skirts in the Oval Office and one harridan to persecute his victims: Billary, the corrupt couple from Whitewater.

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Marilyn Oakes

On the Issues: Marilyn Oakes

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Marilyn Oakes, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota House in District 30. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Terri Haverly: Raising Your Taxes

Terri Haverly: Raising Your Taxes

I received this mailer today about South Dakota Senator Terri Haverly’s votes for higher taxes. Being in her district, District 35, I’m more than familiar with her record.

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Rick Kriebel

On the Issues: Rick Kriebel

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Rick Kriebel, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 32. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Janette McIntyre

On the Issues: Janette McIntyre

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to Janette McIntyre, a fresh candidate for the South Dakota Senate in District 34 . These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter

On the Issues for South Dakota: Travis Lasseter

American Clarion recently submitted a list of questions to new candidates for the South Dakota Legislature in 2016. These questions focused primarily on bills that were considered in the 2016 legislative session, to develop an idea of how the candidate might have voted on these issues, were they in office at the time the bills were considered.

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Time for Them to Hang Their Heads in Shame

Time for Them to Hang Their Heads in Shame

States have risen to resist the bathroom nonsense and Christian organizations like Family Research Council have collected thousands of signatures from those who are standing in protest. They don’t care that Obama is threatening to stop federal funds to those school districts that do not comply with genderless bathroom policies.

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GOPe Outraged by Conservatism, Indifferent to Evil

GOPe Outraged by Conservatism, Indifferent to Evil

The unprincipled, unhinged, and unelectable Trump is clearly the wrong instrument for Republicans’ reckoning, but if the impending disaster ends with the GOP blown away and conservatives free to build a new, principled party on its ruins, there may be a silver lining to this farce yet.

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