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SD Juvenile Justice System Reform Bill Signed into Law

SD Juvenile Justice System Reform Bill Signed into Law

Gov. Dennis Daugaard today signed into law legislation to reform South Dakota’s juvenile justice system. Under these reforms it is expected that 29 percent fewer juveniles will be on probation in the next 5 years and more than 50 percent fewer youth will placed in state-funded facilities by 2020.

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What is Wrong With Murdering Someone?

What is Wrong With Murdering Someone?

Lying and moral relativism are rampant in America today. Consider the problem with them. If relativism were true, then lying along with stealing and murder are all perfectly acceptable as well. The more people adopt relativism as their belief system, the more lying, stealing and murder can be expected.

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Rape by Deception and Other ‘Health’ Lessons….

Rape by Deception and Other ‘Health’ Lessons….

Call me traditional, but anyone who would lie or grossly misrepresent themselves to meet a woman, get a job, or say, be elected president of the United States of America, is beyond educating. Moralizing and punishment is futile, these have reached sociopath status.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 27, 2015

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 27, 2015

Important legislation being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today includes the overhaul of the state juvenile justice system, domestic violence changes, quarantine for contagious diseases, immunizations, sex offender requirements, gambling taxes, DUI and human trafficking.

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Chris Kyle’s Murderer & Psychotropic Drugs

Chris Kyle’s Murderer & Psychotropic Drugs

If those in the military who are diagnosed with depression anxiety or some other form of “mental illness” refuse to take those prescribed drugs, then they are kicked to the curb by the government that they served. Why are the medical institutions prescribing drugs to Americans that were illegal “street drugs” back in the 50’s?

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Larceny Isn’t So Grand

Larceny Isn’t So Grand

What is a worldview? David Noebel, author of Understanding the Times, writes “[It’s] any ideology, philosophy, theology, movement or religion that provides an overarching approach to understanding God, the world and man’s relations to God and the world.” So a worldview is the framework from which we view reality and make sense of life and the world.

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South Dakota State Prison

Death Penalty Opponent Advocates System of Vigilantism

Last Wednesday, the House State Affairs Committee heard testimony on two anti-death penalty bills brought by “Republican” Rep. Steve Hickey of Sioux Falls. The first was HB 1158 to “require that a victim’s opposition to the death penalty be presented at a presentence hearing,” and the second was HB 1159 to “permit South Dakotans to express opposition to the death penalty when applying for a state issued identification card.”

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Is America Waging War on Law?

Is America Waging War on Law?

The Laws of Nature’s God was acknowledged by American jurisprudence and referred to in the Declaration of Independence. William Blackstone, our founder’s law professor, stated, “Upon these two foundations, the law of nature and the law of revelation (Bible), depend all human laws; that is to say, no human laws should be suffered to contradict these.” War against Law is war against God – and it is un-American.

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Very Important Bills in the South Dakota Legislature

Very Important Bills in the South Dakota Legislature

Several important bills will be considered by the South Dakota legislature today. One of the most important deals with the latest effort of liberal legislators to give taxpayer-funded government health care benefits to pregnant illegal aliens. There are also four bills being considered today which are aimed at repealing the death penalty in South Dakota. If you don’t know why this is a horrible idea, please take the time to learn.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch Feb. 9, 2015

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch Feb. 9, 2015

Some of the important bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature today include a couple of concealed carry bills, a pardon for a “t-rex” scientist, abortion reporting, mental exams for convicted criminals, returning voting rights to convicted velons, providing taxpayer funded government health care to pregnant illegal aliens, female genital mutilation, and more.

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