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Janette McIntyre On Medicare Expansion

May 2, 2016
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Janette McIntyre On Medicare Expansion

Some candidates like to keep you guessing. Janette McIntyre isn’t one of them.  She continues to speak out clearly on important issues.  This is her recent statement on MEDICARE EXPANSION: A hot topic for the next election. Voters again have a choice. Governor Daugaard is contemplating a special session to consider Medicare Expansion. In a…

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Nano-Analylitical Chemist Speaks About Life

May 1, 2016
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Nano-Analylitical Chemist Speaks About Life

Dr. Pat Castle isn’t an ordinary pro life advocate. In addition to being the founder of LIFE Runners, he has a background in an area of science that allows him to speak with authority on the issue of life. An article on Live Action News had this to say: “Human life begins in bright flash…

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Huge Texas Longhorn Bull Comes To South Dakota

April 29, 2016
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Huge Texas Longhorn Bull Comes To South Dakota

Horn, color and conformation. That’s a great combination in the Texas Longhorn business.  Top Hand has it all. What’s even better, is that he will be arriving soon to make his home at the Holy Cow Ranch in South Dakota.  To say we are excited would be an understatement. Top Hand measures just short of…

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Insiders On The Outside

April 29, 2016
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Insiders On The Outside

Political insiders have lost popularity in this election cycle. I wonder how many people realize there are actually two kinds of “insiders” in the political process. Those who occupy the offices obviously make the rules and control the process.  They are called “insiders” because they are part of a team.  The team works to benefit…

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Candidate Speaks About Bathroom Bill

April 29, 2016
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Candidate Speaks About Bathroom Bill

Janette McIntyre doesn’t like boys in girls bathrooms. This is what she had to say this week… THE BATHROOM BILL Bathroom bills are in the news! Companies are threatening not to visit or do business in states that pass such laws. Here in South Dakota we have our own version. HB1008, sponsors included District 34…

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Protecting Sexual Predators

April 28, 2016
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Protecting Sexual Predators

Former Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert was sentenced to prison. He got a whopping 15 month sentence.  After sexually abusing multiple young boys years ago, Hastert finally had a day of reckoning.  He will also have to pay a $250,000.00 fine and serve probation.  The Judge called him a “Serial child molester”. How could…

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Does Fiorina Make A Difference?

April 27, 2016
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Does Fiorina Make A Difference?

By now, the world knows that Cruz has chosen Carly Fiorina as his running mate.   Does it change the game, and if so, how? It would be hard to argue that she was less than a top tier candidate herself.  She has the experience, knowledge and the tenacity needed to be an effective campaigner.…

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Is The Nomination Process Really Over??

April 27, 2016
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Is The Nomination Process Really Over??

Not so fast. It is true that Trump just had a big win in a part of the country that is dominated by Democrats and moderate/liberal Republicans. It’s also true that he does have more delegates at this moment in time.  It’s also a fact that it isn’t probable that Cruz can win the nomination on…

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Why District 34 Should Elect McIntyre For Senate

April 27, 2016
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Why District 34 Should Elect McIntyre For Senate

District 34 voters have an opportunity to elect a fiscally conservative Republican if they vote for Janette McIntyre. McIntyre, known for her tenacity, hard work and dedication to strict conservative principals entered the race for the open seat vacated by Senator Craig Tieszen. Rather than running for his House Seat, Representative Partridge made the good old…

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Lincoln Won Nomination On Third Ballot

April 26, 2016
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Lincoln Won Nomination On Third Ballot

A contested convention is nothing new. 1860 was a significant year in American politics. Abraham Lincoln was NOT the presumptive nominee going into the Republican convention.  William H. Seward was expected to be the nominee.  Many of the delegates to the convention, however, feared that Seward had alienated too many in the Party.  He was…

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