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Legislative Crackerbarrel in Rapid City

Legislative Crackerbarrel in Rapid City

A legislative crackerbarrel was held in Rapid City this morning featuring several Black Hills area legislators. The event was held at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, and was sponsored by the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce. Presentations were given by a few of the legislators, then questions were taken from the audience.

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Freedom is best way to help low-income students

Freedom is best way to help low-income students

Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Ted Cruz of Texas and Congressman Luke Messer of Indiana have introduced a bill that could produce positive, badly needed change in American K-12 education. The bill allows for Title 1 education funds “to follow low-income students to any public or private school of their choice.”

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SD Senate Calls for for Abolition of US Dept of Education

SD Senate Calls for for Abolition of US Dept of Education

The South Dakota Senate voted today in favor of HCR 1003, calling on the president and congress to abolish the unconstitutional U.S. Department of Education. The SD Senate joins the SD House in support of the bill. The bill has no force of law, but is a statement of opinion, urging action by our federal elected leaders.

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Jan. 29 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Jan. 29 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Among some of the important legislation being considered in the South Dakota Legislature today, there is SB 82 which would undermine marriage and family through domestic violence law, HCR 1003 which calls for the abolition of the unconstitutional US Dept of Education, HCR 1005 to limit regulation, and SCR 4 which seeks to impose an internet sales tax on the people of South Dakota.

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U.S. Dept of Education (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Eight SD ‘Republicans’ Vote to Maintain US Dept of Education

The South Dakota House voted today on HCR 1003 calling on the president and congress to abolish the U.S. Department of Education. The resolution passed 48-20. The U.S. Department of Education was created by President Jimmy Carter to pay back his teacher’s union supporters. How many “Republicans” voted to keep the Department of Education?

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Jan. 27 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

Jan. 27 South Dakota Legislative Billwatch

There are several interesting and important bills being considered in the South Dakota Legislature today. They deal with quarantining contagious diseases, encouraging congress to abolish the U.S. Department of Education, reversing the Roe v. Wade decision, calling an Article V convention, and petition challenges.

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What Will Remain of America?

What Will Remain of America?

At what point will modern day Americans wake the hell up? We have lazed around, enjoying our non-exertive creature comforts while those who are diligent in their agendas haven’t missed a beat. At what point will we realize that it isn’t “global awareness,” “congenial compatibility” or as in this latest case, “religious pluralism.” It’s conquest and we are the damn targets!

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Teacher’s Bible Cookies Unconstitutional? NO!

Teacher’s Bible Cookies Unconstitutional? NO!

A California teacher is being called into question for allegedly handing out “Bible cookies” as rewards and promoting an after-school Bible club he helps to facilitate. John Alameda, a teacher at New Vision High School in Stockton, California, is being accused of “unlawful proselytization,” according to a small, misnamed “First Amendment group” that has charged Mr. Alameda with violating “Separation of Church and State”. But please note that the words “Separation”, “Church”, or “State” are not found in the First Amendment. I will grant the word “of” is used 5 times.

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Hey Michelle, ‘Trash cans are fuller than our stomachs!’

Hey Michelle, ‘Trash cans are fuller than our stomachs!’

Many of you can relate with me when I say the words, “school lunch.” I have toured all across America speaking in public high schools and the first thing that brings me back to my childhood is by far the smell of the lunchroom. Have you noticed that government is making itself more and more at home in all our lives?

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HRC Targets Little Kids With Homosexual Indoctrination

HRC Targets Little Kids With Homosexual Indoctrination

It’s bad enough that radical homosexualists are targeting Christian businesses, state laws protecting marriage and other “grown up” institutions, but what’s worse is that this evil movement has in its twisted cross-hairs your little children in public schools, children who are too young to be introduced to sex lessons, much less the perverse, abominable concept of homosexual behavior.

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