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Nebraska Recognizes South Dakota Enhanced Conceal Weapons Permit

Nebraska Recognizes South Dakota Enhanced Conceal Weapons Permit

Today, South Dakota Secretary of State Shantel Krebs announced that Nebraska has officially recognized South Dakota’s enhanced concealed weapons permit for persons who are 21 years of age or older.

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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 4, 2016

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch, Feb. 4, 2016

Some of the bills being considered by the South Dakota Legislature Thursday Feb. 4 include one that would protect scientific integrity in the classroom, as well as one repealing the prohibition against carrying a concealed weapon in the capitol.

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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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South Dakota Legislative Billwatch for Feb. 3, 2015

South Dakota Legislative Billwatch for Feb. 3, 2015

These are some of the important bills being considered today by the South Dakota Legislature. They include bills dealing with abortion, student privacy rights, government mandates on employers, concealed carry permits, over regulation, domestic abuse and the homosexual agenda, and tax increases.

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The 450 Bushmaster was developed for big game hunting with modern rifles. (Photo credit: Michael E. Cumpston)

SD Joins Amicus Brief Against Ban on Semiautomatic Weapons

South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley announces that South Dakota has joined 21 other states in an amicus or “friend of the court” brief challenging the constitutionality of a categorical gun ban in New York for semiautomatic firearms, including those commonly possessed by law-abiding citizens for lawful purposes.

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Bringing a Knife to a Gun Fight

Bringing a Knife to a Gun Fight

Instead of meekly sitting still while our rights suffer further erosion, we the people need to let our representatives know that we will not suffer any more incremental subversion of our liberty. We must let them know in every way that we will not go gently into the long dark night. We will not stand as sheep to be sheared of the rights given to us by our creator, recognized in our Declaration of Independence, and carved into the stone of our Constitution.

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South Dakota RINO Gun Votes Exposed

South Dakota RINO Gun Votes Exposed

“Republican” Rep. Brian Gosch of Rapid City is one of the problems we have in the South Dakota Legislature. He is one of the liberal or ineffectual (take your pick, or take both) “Republican” “leaders” in the legislature who has seen quite a few textbook-Republican bills killed in committee or on the House floor on his watch. This mailer, which I received today, exposes his contemptuous votes for restrictions on Second Amendment rights.

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President Barack Obama bows his head during the Easter Prayer Breakfast in the East Room of the White House April 19, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

Obama Right On About Wisconsin Shooting

President Obama is absolutely right when he says that Americans need to so some soul-searching in the wake of the slaughter in Wisconsin over the weekend: “President Obama said mass shootings like the one in Wisconsin over the weekend are becoming far too commonplace and should prompt some “soul searching” by all Americans.”

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South Dakota Joins Multi-State Amicus to Support Second Amendment

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announces that South Dakota has joined as Multi-State Amicus Curiae or “friend of the Court” in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Second Amendment Rights. The amicus brief supports the Federal District Court decision striking down the Maryland requirement that a law abiding citizen must affirmatively demonstrate a reason for carrying a firearm. It is the amicus position that a law abiding citizen, that otherwise satisfies reasonable state permit requirements, should not be required to affirmatively demonstrate further justification.

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The Century 16 Theater in Aurora, Colorado where the 2012 Aurora shooting took place, photographed the day after the shooting. (Photo credit: Algr)

Mike Adams: Was Aurora Batman Shooting a False Flag Operation?

As our nation and the families and friends of the victims continue to reel after the horrific mass murder at the midnight screening of the latest Batman movie last Friday in Aurora,Colorado, countless questions abound. A shocking report of scary speculation has come from Mike Adams, the “Health Ranger,” and Editor of the Natural News website. His bottom-line question asks if this massacre was a false flag operation by our own federal government just as Fast and Furious was.

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