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Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly, Bread and Circuses

While everyone has focused on a Trump tweet and Fox News’ Megyn Kelly in post-Kardashian America, here are a few things that you might have missed.

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SD Atnny Gen Explanation on Interest Rate Measure

SD Atnny Gen Explanation on Interest Rate Measure

–South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today an Attorney General Explanation for a proposed Constitutional Amendment has been filed with the Secretary of State.

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SD Attny Gen Explanation on Crime Victims Measure

SD Attny Gen Explanation on Crime Victims Measure

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today an Attorney General Explanation for a proposed Constitutional Amendment has been filed with the Secretary of State.

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Trumps Trump Card

Trumps Trump Card

What’s supposed to be a negative and an act of political suicide — refusing to rule out an independent run — turns out to be a net asset for Donald Trump. Trump is getting all the benefits of running as an independent, all the while leveraging the known Republican brand and the resources that come with running in the party’s primary.

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Donald Trump Laconia Rally, Laconia, NH by Michael Vadon July 16 2015 (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Trump Ramblings

I’m not a Trump groupie. I don’t think he can possibly become the Republican candidate. I think people are just enjoying the fact that “somebody” is talking back to the so-called elite that are running the show and screwing with us — We the People.

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GOP Debate: Between the Serious and the Circus

GOP Debate: Between the Serious and the Circus

If you are going with the candidate you personally like the best, you can’t be faulted for that; this is still America and that choice will always be yours to make. On the other hand if you would carefully look at the record, the rhetoric and the long range stand of each of our many candidates, you will find only one who is consistently conservative.

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Highlights of the First 2016 GOP Debate

Highlights of the First 2016 GOP Debate

I doubt that anyone will look back on Aug. 6, 2015 as the turning point in the presidential election, but the debate itself certainly lived up to the promise making the next one must-see TV.

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First Day in White House for Ted Cruz

First Day in White House for Ted Cruz

This was one of my favorite moments from the first Republican presidential debate on Fox News tonight. It was one of my favorites because Senator Ted Cruz cited several important things which must be done right off the bat as soon as the current Communist-in-Chief leaves the White House.

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Hillary Clinton’s Trustworthiness:  Women Under-Fire

Hillary Clinton’s Trustworthiness: Women Under-Fire

The scandals of the Clintons shouldn’t be readily swept under the carpet and considered non-issues because the accused Clinton(s) suggest it is a misspeak or “old news.” Old news or not — it is important to know if there is truth in the allegations. It is important to know the people we elect to office and the level of integrity they bring with them to the position they will hold.

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Jeb Bush (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Republicans Known by the Company They Keep

Do not birds of a feather tend to flock together? When we have a choice, we tend to surround ourselves with people who think like we do and share common goals with us-especially when the “surrounding” involves a team effort to accomplish something. If you were forming a group to accomplish a task,would you invite people into that group who were opposed to the task you wanted to achieve?

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