Category: South Dakota

Great Citizens or Great Drones?

Great Citizens or Great Drones?

It was becoming pretty apparent that the South Dakota Board of Education didn’t have the student’s best interest in mind when they jumped on board the Common Core train. Now that I hear the SD Board of Education has just approved new standards that do not require schools to teach early U.S. history in high school, there’s no doubt.

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Thunderbird

Dakota Thunder 2015 at Ellsworth AFB

Dakota Thunder 2015 was held at Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City, South Dakota today. There were plenty of amazing aircraft on display and in the air today, both old and new. Ages of the aircraft ran from the World War II era, to the newest fighter, the F-35.

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SD Atnny Gen Explanation on Interest Rate Measure

SD Atnny Gen Explanation on Interest Rate Measure

–South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today an Attorney General Explanation for a proposed Constitutional Amendment has been filed with the Secretary of State.

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SD Attny Gen Explanation on Crime Victims Measure

SD Attny Gen Explanation on Crime Victims Measure

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today an Attorney General Explanation for a proposed Constitutional Amendment has been filed with the Secretary of State.

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U.S. Navy Task Force 38 aircraft attack the Imperial Japanese Navy battleship Musashi (foreground) and a destroyer in the Sibuyan Sea, 24 October 1944.

Rapid City Sailor will Talk about WW2 Battle of Leyte

Harold G. Jansen of Rapid City will talk about his experiences as a US Navy Ensign during World War II when the US sought to retake the Philippines during the Battle of Leyte Gulf late in October 1944.

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Who Voted for Ex-Im Bank?

Who Voted for Ex-Im Bank?

Well, our “Republican” majority U.S. Senate that many of us sold our virtue to obtain couldn’t manage over the weekend to vote to defund the unconstitutional ObamaCare scheme, and it couldn’t manage to vote to defund baby-crunching Planned Parenthood, but it darned-sure could manage to waste more of the taxpayer’s money on rewarding its wealthy friends and donors with a vote for the Export-Import Bank.

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Rep. Latterell Calls for South Dakota Investigation of Planned Parenthood

Rep. Latterell Calls for South Dakota Investigation of Planned Parenthood

In light of numerous horrific admissions by Dr. Nucatola and her implication of Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country, I call on Governor Daugaard and Attorney General Jackley to investigate Planned Parenthood of Sioux Falls for violations of S.D. Codified Laws Ann. 34­23A­17 and 34­23A­27.

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South Dakota Reps Earn an ‘F’ For Failure

South Dakota Reps Earn an ‘F’ For Failure

Did you know that your elected representatives in government work for YOU, and that they are accountable to YOU? If you didn’t, you should, and you should also know how well your employee is doing their job. Are your representatives doing a good job?

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Declaration of Independence: 239th Anniversary of the Public Reading

Declaration of Independence: 239th Anniversary of the Public Reading

Today at noon, Mark the Freedom Poet re-enacted the first public reading the Declaration of Independence in front of “Founding Fathers Black Hills,” the recreation of Philadelphia’s Independence Hall near Rapid City.

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The Declaration in the Black Hills

The Declaration in the Black Hills

Mark Skogerboe, the Freedom Poet, will be in period costume reading the Declaration of Independence in front of “Founding Fathers Black Hills,” the recreation of Independence Hall out by Reptile Gardens, Wednesday July 8 at noon. The reading is free and open to the public for those who would like to hear our nation’s founding document read as it was in front of Philadelphia’s Independence Hall some 239 years ago. The Liberty Bell will ring throughout the day, every hour on the hour.

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