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Open Borders Hurts Women

Open Borders Hurts Women

Open borders allow illegal immigrants to easily cross our borders. Also, open borders allows criminals on both sides of the border to easily network and cooperate for their profit. That often leads to sex slavery of young women, including Mexican women.

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South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley

South Dakota Attorney General 2015 Legislative Offerings

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announces that the Attorney General’s proposed legislative package for 2016 will include a request that our Legislature consider and enact several pieces of legislation.

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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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Jan. 22 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Jan. 22 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

As we always do at American Clarion, we’re watching a number of bills in this year’s South Dakota Legislative Session. Since the liberals are running things in our state capital, some are good, some are bad.

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Sex Trafficking Is Big Business: Our Dirty Little Secret

Sex Trafficking Is Big Business: Our Dirty Little Secret

It is estimated that there are 100,000 to 150,000 under-aged sex workers in the U.S. The average age of girls who enter into street prostitution is between 12 and 14 years old, with some as young as 9 years old. This doesn’t include those who entered the “trade” as minors and have since come of age. Rarely do these girls enter into prostitution voluntarily. As one rescue organization estimated, an underaged prostitute might be raped by 6,000 men during a five-year period of servitude.This is America’s dirty little secret.

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The Child Trafficking Documentary Congress Did Not Want You to See

The Child Trafficking Documentary Congress Did Not Want You to See

Yes, It Is The Unthinkable! Why would the modern American Church stand down concerning the homosexual agenda? Why are politicians in Washington D.C. voting in favor of what God calls an abomination? “Conspiracy of Silence” is a documentary that exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies.

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SD Attny Gen. Proposed Legislation for 2014

SD Attny Gen. Proposed Legislation for 2014

South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley announced the pre-filing of several proposed bills for the 2014 legislative session including the following subjects: child pornography, human trafficking, methamphetamine, consumer protection, drunk driving, victim assistance, and livestock inspection.

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Combating Sex Trafficking

Combating Sex Trafficking

Last year, the International Labor Organization estimated 4.5 million victims were subject to sex trafficking, many of which were young girls. As a mom, the more I learn about this issue, the more it keeps me up at night. I can’t help but think of the horror victims face every day, as they live in fear and endure abuse and loneliness. Sex trafficking is not an easy topic to talk about and it’s easy to convince yourself that it isn’t happening here – but you would be wrong.

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U.S. Department of Health & Human Services human trafficking poster

South Dakota Leads in the Fight Against Prostitution and Child Sex Trafficking

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley today joined a bi-partisan national coalition of 47 Attorneys General and 2 Territory Attorneys General calling on Congress to amend the law to help fight prostitution and child sex trafficking. In a letter to key members of Congress, the Attorneys General advocated that Congress amend the Communications Decency Act to provide criminal jurisdiction to state and local prosecutors. The letter’s lead sponsors were Attorneys General from the states of Missouri, South Dakota and Washington.

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