[T]he Constitution ought to be the standard of construction for the laws, and that wherever there is an evident opposition, the laws ought to give place to the Constitution. But this doctrine is not deducible from any circumstance peculiar to the plan of convention, but from the general theory of a limited Constitution. — Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 81, 1788

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South Dakota DUI Implied Consent Law Ruled Unconstitutional

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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that the South Dakota Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s DUI Implied Consent Law is unconstitutional by affirming the Circuit Court’s grant of the suppression of blood evidence in State of South Dakota vs. Shauna Fierro.

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Mike Rounds Lies about ObamaCare

Bob Ellis

During the U.S. Senate debate at Dakotafest yesterday, conservative candidate Gordon Howie pointed out that while Mike Rounds likes to talk as if he's a conservative and hates ObamaCare, Rounds actually worked to defeat Howie's attempt to protect South Dakota from ObamaCare in 2010.

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Gordon Howie: Mike Rounds Did Some Things Right

Bob Ellis

Political candidates don't usually admit when their opponents did something positive, but in this video, conservative U.S. Senate candidate Gordon Howie talks about some of the things RINO candidate Mike Rounds did that had positive results.

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Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist Exposes Transgenderism Propaganda

Bob Ellis

Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, who has written six books and at least 125 peer-reviewed papers, recently exposed the lies of the pro-transgender propaganda movement. Dr. McHugh calls transgenderism what it is: a mental disorder.

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Thinking Reasonably, Part 1

Dale Pflug

Maybe people just don't know appreciate the importance of argument. The British Parliament is a wonderful example of how to argue. Sometimes fistfights even break out! You might call that "argument with style". Let's start with Webster's definition of the word itself. "Argument: a statement, reason, or fact for or against a point. An address or composition intended to convince or persuade". When you go back to the United States Founding Fathers, they were skilled users of argument.

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