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Fake News is Old News in the Drive-By Media

Fake News is Old News in the Drive-By Media

You want some fake news? I’ve got some fake news for you right here. The GOP has no plan to replace Obamacare. That is the headline the Corporations Once Known as the Mainstream Media try to scare the low information voters with. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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States: The Prime Battleground

States: The Prime Battleground

Republicans will control both statehouses in 32 out of 50 states when state legislatures meet in 2017, and this does not include Nebraska which is unicameral and state candidates run as non-partisan. Of these 33 states, 25 have a Republican Governor, and in North Carolina the Governor can be overridden with a 60 percent majority, a margin the GOP enjoys in the statehouse.

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Donald Trump: Finally, How a RINO Can Win the Presidency

Donald Trump: Finally, How a RINO Can Win the Presidency

Donald Trump has demonstrated finally for Republicans how a RINO can win the presidency. When out-of-the-closet RINOs have run for president in the past (you know, Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney), the American people have always chosen the genuine article over the cheap knockoff.

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South Dakota Legislative Candidate Survey

South Dakota Legislative Candidate Survey

This email went out tonight from the South Dakota NonPartisan Poll. It is regarding a poll which was sent out this weekend to all South Dakota legislative candidates, Democrat and Republican.

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Amendment V Campaign Marked by Illegal Contributions

Amendment V Campaign Marked by Illegal Contributions

No on V Campaign Chair Will Mortenson has called for the Yes on V campaign to return all illegal contributions and come clean to South Dakota voters on their scheme to evade South Dakota campaign finance law. TakeItBack.Org and Open Primaries, two dark money organizations funding Yes on Amendment V, violated South Dakota law by explicitly raising funds to influence a ballot question, Constitutional Amendment V.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 5

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 5

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 4

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 4

Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here. With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans. I sent out a simple questionnaire this weekend to all the legislative candidates for whom I had contact information, asking if they supported the South Dakota GOP Platform, and if they could not support the entire platform, to state which parts they could not support. I have already received some responses, and will post others as they come in. I have no contact information for Nancy York, Lance Carson or Charles M. Turbiville and thus was not able to submit these questions to them. If you […]

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 3

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 3

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles.

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 2

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 2

Read Part 1 here. With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans. I sent out a simple questionnaire this weekend to all the legislative candidates for whom I had contact information, asking if they supported the South Dakota GOP Platform, and if they could not support the entire platform, to state which parts they could not support. I have already received some responses, and will post others as they come in. I have no contact information for Nancy York, Lance Carson or Charles M. Turbiville and thus was not able to submit these questions to them. If you have an email address or contact form […]

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Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 1

Candidates on the South Dakota GOP Platform, Part 1

With the election coming up in South Dakota and a large crop of Republicans running for the state’s many legislative seats, people are interested in whether these representatives can be relied on to uphold Republican values and principles. As we saw last year and in previous years, “Republicans” don’t always behave like Republicans.

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