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.
South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley announces that South Dakota has joined with 19 States in a request to the United States Supreme Court to determine whether the U.S. Constitution requires States to adopt and recognize same-sex marriage (17 plus Utah and Oklahoma).
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.
The Rapid City Journal asked five questions of conservative independent candidate for U.S. Senate Gordon Howie. Here's one of them: You say even the Republican in the race (Rounds) is not a "true conservative." What makes you the one truly conservative candidate?
You just never know where you're going to encounter a conservative, a freedom-lover, a believer in limited government, a person who cherishes Republican values...you know, a Gordon Howie for U.S. Senate supporter.
Richard Benda committed fraud and suicide. That is what we are told. But is it true? Let's look at the facts. The first and ONLY reporter on the Benda's death scene was Mitchell Daily Republic's, Luke Hagen. Per his article and other resources we know...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