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Nullification Deniers! This Is What James Madison Really Said

This is The Age of Ignorance. Our “intellectuals” can’t think. Our “scholars” parrot each other. The self-educated fixate on idiotic theories. Our People despise Truth and disseminate lies. Nullification deniers such as Matthew Spalding of Heritage Foundation, Jarrett Stepman of Human Events, law professor Randy Barnett, David Barton of Wallbuilders, and history professor Allen C. Guelzo, say that nullification by States of unconstitutional acts of the federal government is unlawful and impossible. But they make demonstrably false assertions.

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Model Nullification Resolutions for State Legislatures

Model Nullification Resolutions for State Legislatures

A proposed resolution for use by the various states to bring an end to federal usurpation of the U.S. Constitution and reassert their own God-given and Constitution-backed powers under Article 1 Section 8 and the Tenth Amendment. The states have become little more than butlers and maids for the federal government, handling the menial tasks the Washington elites consider beneath their important attention. For the sake of federalism, for the sake of liberty, it’s time the states took back the authority that is rightfully theirs and forced the federal government to abide by the Constitution.

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Report Dispels the Myths South Dakota Government is Buying

Report Dispels the Myths South Dakota Government is Buying

The Illinois Policy Institute has put together a report on the health care exchanges pushed by ObamaCare.  It examines some of the myths surrounding ObamaCare health care exchanges, and then looks at the facts. These are some of the same myths South Dakota officials and legislators have bought into when they sold down the river the freedom of those they were elected to represent, instead of fighting the unconstitutional tyranny of ObamaCare.

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Why We Must Maintain the Electoral College System

Why We Must Maintain the Electoral College System

There is a move afoot in this country to get rid of the electoral college system our founders set up for presidential elections. The move to replace the electoral college with the National Popular Vote is moving across America, having been adopted in a number of states already. The electoral college not only protects smaller states from losing their voice to the bigger ones, it helps maintain the principle of federalism.

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Hearing on Health Ins. Exchange Scheduled in SD House Cmte

Hearing on Health Ins. Exchange Scheduled in SD House Cmte

HB 1190, a bill to require Legislative approval before a health insurance exchange is created or implemented in South Dakota is scheduled for a hearing before the House Health and Human Services Committee Tuesday January 31 at 7:45 am.  If you can attend this hearing and speak out as a South Dakota citizen for our freedom and independence, that would help the chances of passing this bill.  Please consider attending if you can and speak for the thousands of South Dakotans who want to maintain their health care freedom, as well as the responsible use of their tax dollars.

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South Dakota Bill Highlight: HB 1191, Health Care Compact

South Dakota Bill Highlight: HB 1191, Health Care Compact

A closer look at South Dakota House Bill 1191, to provide for an interstate compact on public health care, to establish an interstate advisory health care commission, to specify the relationship between the member states and the federal government, and to assert the right to federal funding in lieu of certain federally funded incentives.

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