Category: RINO Watch

2017 South Dakota Second Amdt Scorecard

2017 South Dakota Second Amdt Scorecard

South Dakota Citizens for Liberty recently released their Second Amendment scorecard, scoring the 2017 South Dakota legislature on Second Amendment issues.

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The Best and Worst ‘Republicans’ In Congress

The Best and Worst ‘Republicans’ In Congress

Conservative Review recently compiled their list of the top 25 conservatives. Among those listed, you’ll see many names you’ll recognize as champions of conservative principles–the values the Republican Party claims on paper to believe in. The people on this list are the ones we can count on to behave like Republicans.

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NRA Urging RINO Governor Veto Override

NRA Urging RINO Governor Veto Override

The National Rifle Association (NRA) is taking the unusual action of getting behind an override of South Dakota RINO Governor Dennis Daugaard’s veto of Second Amendment legislation from the 2017 South Dakota legislative session.

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What’s 5,000 Politicians at the Bottom of the Ocean?

What’s 5,000 Politicians at the Bottom of the Ocean?

The U.S. Congress has become an elitist institution operating under the protection of the Constitution it so thoroughly disdains and ignores, so here’s my offering of some things that you and I, the American electorate, can demand of Congress to begin the “fundamental transformation” of said Congress

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Good, Bad, Ugly, Mar. 10-16

Good, Bad, Ugly, Mar. 10-16

This weeks’ Good, Bad and Ugly brings us a look at some modest spending cuts in some of the right places, as well as a sellout of the American people when it comes to repealing ObamaCare.

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Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

Why Repeal if We are Going to Replace?

“We promised the American people we would drain the swamp and end business as usual in Washington,” said Utah Sen. Mike Lee. “This bill does not do that.” Worse yet, over the last three major national elections beginning in 2010, Republicans have won congressional races across the country based on the promise to repeal Obamacare with a market-based, non-government-run solution.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 3-9

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Mar. 3-9

This week’s good, bad and ugly all center around the potential repeal of ObamaCare, and what it would be replaced with if “Republicans” in Washington actually find the anatomy to do anything at all.

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Partial ObamaCare Repeal Doesn’t Cut It

Partial ObamaCare Repeal Doesn’t Cut It

In 2016, Republicans in Congress set the floor for what a repeal of Obamacare would look like in H.R. 3762, legislation that former President Barack Obama vetoed that included ending Medicaid expansion, premium subsidies, cost-sharing subsidies, the individual and employer mandates, reinsurance, risk corridors and risk-adjustment, and the taxes and spending from the health care law.

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South Dakota Senator Lance Russell

Senators Russell, Jensen on Vehicle Bills, Gov. Daugaard Schmoozing, Strongarming Legislature

During the legislative crackerbarrel meeting in Rapid City yesterday, South Dakota Senators Lance Russell and Phil Jensen discussed how the RINO leadership of the legislature uses “vehicle bills” that are voted on with no significant language and later have significant language inserted into them shortly before final approval. They also discuss how Governor Dennis Daugaard brings the RINO leadership to his mansion for dinner, schmoozing them and strongarming if necessary to get the leadership to implement his agenda in the legislature.

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Betsy DeVos (Photo credit: Keith A. Almli)

Could ‘Republicans’ Please Stop Promoting Homosexual Activists?

We conservatives often ask yourselves why we are losing the culture left and right. We wonder why it is the political Left seems to win almost all of the battles, and public opinion just keeps slipping further and further away from the traditional values that made America the greatest place on earth. Maybe it’s because we help the enemy so much.

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