Much speculation has been made about Richard Benda's suicide last October 22nd. At a press conference in Rapid City Thursday, South Dakota gubernatorial candidate Mike Meyers will attempt to re-enact the suspicious death of Benda, as well as share official information about Benda's death.
Apparently in today's liberal-dominated culture, a conservative just has to expect that when they say anything about the truth, it will be distorted by liberals. So it is when we see headlines proclaiming that the only conservative candidate in the South Dakota U.S. Senate race supports "civil unions" and "gay marriage."
Independent U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Howie was East River campaigning yesterday and took time to discuss illegal immigration with the Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan. There is a clear difference between Gordon Howie and the other candidates on illegal immigration, and that difference came out in the interview.
Kamal Saleem will be speaking in Rapid City and Sioux Falls in September. Kamal was recruited by the Muslim Brotherhood at an early age but had his life turned upside down during an auto accident when devout Christians treated and cared for him.
I see the head liar at the unofficial Mike Rounds campaign blog (aka "South Dakota War on Conservatives" aka "South Dakota War College") has once again dragged out the favorite play of liberals: the "race card." The race card never needs proof, and is relied on to stand even in the face of contradictory evidence. It's long been a favorite of liberals in the Democrat Party, and has now become a favorite of liberals in the "Republican" Party.
Those Gordon Howie for U.S. Senate signs just keep cropping up everywhere I go! It's amazing to witness the ardor so many people have for this conservative independent candidate, even at a time still deep in summer when most people's minds are as far away as possible from political campaigns.
Gordon Howie for U.S. Senate signs continue to just keep popping up everywhere you go. I encountered this sight just off Omaha Street in Rapid City today. Gordon Howie--on the move, headed right!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