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Jan. 26 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Jan. 26 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

These are some of the important bills being considered today in the South Dakota Legislature. Among the legislation being considered is one that seeks to limit the authoirty of delegates to an Article V convention, human traffickers, appropriations for natural resource conservation, gambling taxes, election law, and a major overhaul of the juvenile justice system.

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Firearms Rates and Murder Rates

Firearms Rates and Murder Rates

By now, you’re very familiar with the Left’s oh-so-predictable attempt to use every shooting by an amoral wacko (who often had his gun illegally) to promote taking guns away from the vast majority of law-abiding gun owners. Bill Whittle decided to take a fresh look at some of the pap the Leftists smear around.

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Smoking a marijuana joint (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Democrat Says Pot Legalization in CO Was Bad Idea

You know an immoral act is truly bad when a Leftist Democrat opposes it. Yet Democrat Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper says he wishes he could wave a wand and erase the 2012 decision to fully legalize marijuana in his state.

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Jan. 23 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Jan. 23 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Here are some of the notable bills being considered in the South Dakota Legislature today. I haven’t had a chance to review all of these in detail yet, but because of their subject matter, they warrant scrutiny.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Speech in Ferguson

Martin Luther King Jr. Speech in Ferguson

So sad, but so very true… What it might look like if Martin Luther King Jr. tried to give his “I Have a Dream” speech in Ferguson, Missouri.

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Police Work: Not the Cake Walk Many Think It Is

Police Work: Not the Cake Walk Many Think It Is

This excellent video report from Fox 10 is something every–every–American should see. Regardless of whether you understand what policemen face when doing their jobs, or whether you think you do but you don’t, or whether you have no idea and you know it. One police critic took some training with police, and his mind was profoundly changed

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President Obama Doesn’t Want to Know About Fraud

President Obama Doesn’t Want to Know About Fraud

I help senior citizens to correct bill errors to save money and protect their identities. On January 5, 2015, I helped a client phone the Social Security Inspector General’s Fraud Hotline. The recording told us that there would be a 32 minute wait before we could talk to anyone. Such a delay is a roadblock that discourages reports of fraud.

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Lenin, Engels, Marx

Communist Agitators at Race Rallies

I know, you Leftists and “useful idiots” in the Republican Party don’t like to hear talk about “communists.” It’s scary to be exposed in the light of day for you Leftists, and embarrassing for you useful idiots (don’t want your sophisticated liberal friends to think poorly of you, after all), but communism was real for over a century (and was responsible for somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 million deaths worldwide), and remains real today. And it’s hard at work trying to bring down the American republic.

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Police, Racism and a Happy New Year

Police, Racism and a Happy New Year

In both private and public policy, we must remember that God created only one race – the human race. Therefore, all elevation or denigration of individuals or groups based on skin color is immoral and shameful because it violates the Law of Nature and of Nature’s God!

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For 2015: More morality, less politics

For 2015: More morality, less politics

When the job of government is no longer to protect you but tell you where you can send your child to school, what that child can learn, what kind of health insurance you can buy, what employers can pay you, who you can hire and fire, where you can live if you are poor, how to save for retirement, you have already lost control over your life. When we give power to the wrong people for the wrong reasons, we reap what we sow.

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