Archive for May 23rd, 2014

Blessed Poverty, Give Me More!

Blessed Poverty, Give Me More!

How often can you see across America on a street corner, under a bridge, on a highway overpass, or in front of a store, a poor person with a sign asking for charity from people who can lend a helping hand in a time of need? I have also noticed that these poor people, almost without fail, have a cigarette hanging out of their mouths, a bottle of booze in a little brown paper bag, or lottery tickets in their hands.

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Karl Popper (Photo credit: Lucinda Douglas-Menzies)

The Open Road to Oblivion

A fascinating glimpse into the cross section of rapidly ruling ideologies are revealed in the philosophical progressions and proclamations of Sir Karl Popper. Popper was a former Marxist, the early 20th century philosopher would come to embrace social concepts wholly Tocquevillian in nature.

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Berget Again Appealing His Death Sentence

Berget Again Appealing His Death Sentence

The South Dakota Supreme Court will hear Rodney Scott Berget’s second appeal of his death sentence in argument scheduled for May 27, 2014. Berget was sentenced to death for the 2011 killing of Corrections Officer Ron Johnson during a failed attempt to escape from the Sioux Falls Penitentiary. Berget was serving a life sentence for attempted murder and an additional life sentence for raping a convenience store clerk.

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Chip Campbell: A Conservative You Can Count on

Chip Campbell: A Conservative You Can Count on

South Dakota Rep. Chip Campbell, the incumbent running for one of the two House seats in Dist. 35, is another rep where there is a clear difference. Chip is my representative, and he’s done a great job! He’s one of the very best legislators we have representing us in Pierre. Chip’s record demonstrates that he will support the conservative values that made us a great state and nation. Chip Campbell doesn’t just talk conservative-he walks conservative.

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Lynne DiSanto: A Clear Difference

Lynne DiSanto: A Clear Difference

Lynne DiSanto is running for the South Dakota House in District 35, and she sent a mailer out today which highlights differences between herself and one of the other candidates for the job, Nancy Trautman.

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Boastful Ignorance on Display

Boastful Ignorance on Display

Dr. Ben Carson recently appeared on The View. Carson condemned our current system of entitlement, and Whoopie Goldberg responded by proudly stating that she too was at one time a welfare recipient and that, “very few people want to be on welfare.” Did she know she validated Dr. Carson’s position?

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Homosexual Activists Pull the Trigger on Marriage Attack in South Dakota

Homosexual Activists Pull the Trigger on Marriage Attack in South Dakota

You didn’t seriously think homosexual activists would be happy with their partial Supreme Court-awarded victory over marriage, did you? Homosexual activists have been threatening for some time to attack marriage in South Dakota by going to another state and counterfeiting marriage, then returning the South Dakota to attack marriage here. Now they have finally pulled the trigger on their plan.

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