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Justice Denied

December 20, 2014
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Justice Denied

America… Land of the free, home of the brave. If you take a few minutes to watch this short video, you might question that statement. This striking story should compel you to do something… SOMETHING! I personally know several people with stories that have much in common with this man’s story.  Our government and it’s…

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Another Republican Leaves The Party

December 19, 2014
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Another Republican Leaves The Party

More conservatives are leaving the Republican Party. It’s not just a little thing. While Republicans are basking in the glory of recent election victories, they seem to have forgotten WHY they won and what they have been commissioned by voters to do. Yesterday I had coffee with a longtime conservative Republican.  Not an extremist.  Not…

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Your Life Isn’t Over

December 18, 2014
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Your Life Isn’t Over

If you are reading this, God isn’t finished with you yet. Regardless of your current position in life, you have an exciting future… if you will seize it! Dr. Myles Munroe delivered this powerful message in 1995 to an enthusiastic audience.  Munroe and his wife were killed in a plane crash earlier this year, but…

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Trashing Ted Cruz

December 17, 2014
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Trashing Ted Cruz

Rick Moran (that’s Moran, not moron) writes an article on PJ Media trashing Senator Ted Cruz. It’s typical rhetoric from the establishment Republican point of view.  Step one: abandon the principles which got you elected and do what voters told you NOT to do (pass the spending bill, thereby endorsing Obama amnesty and ObamaCare).  Step…

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Most Important Vote In A Decade

December 15, 2014
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Most Important Vote In A Decade

US Representative Michele Bachmann says her most important vote during eight years in office was the vote on the spending bill. This bill was about MUCH MORE than spending. This bill was NOT just about spending. Congresswoman Bachmann’s assertion that this was her MOST IMPORTANT vote in eight years should tell us something. Listen to…

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Farewell Remarks From A Patriot

December 13, 2014
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Farewell Remarks From A Patriot

Senator Tom Coburn gave a powerful and emotional farewell speech on the Senate floor.   If the country would follow his directions, we would solve our problems.  Most people won’t take time to listen to his entire speech even though it is worth the time.  If you are one of those people, I have included…

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Big Spenders Home For The Holidays

December 12, 2014
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Big Spenders Home For The Holidays

Here are a few highlights from the new spending bill passed by the House: Blocks the sage-grouse from being placed on the Endangered Species List. Makes white potatoes eligible for purchase through the federal food program Prevents federal and local funds from being used to implement a ballot referendum approved in November that would legalize…

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Election Reflection

December 11, 2014
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Election Reflection

The Mid Term elections are over. As expected, the Republicans took control of the Senate with a comfortable margin, contrary to what the fear-mongering political operatives were telling us in order for their candidates to win. There were some who suggested I ran because of my “ego” or for personal gain.  They couldn’t have missed…

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Date Rape

December 10, 2014
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Date Rape

A friend of mine shared this very personal story about her experience with “date rape”. It doesn’t always happen on a “date”.  It happens when a sexual predator sees a vulnerable woman or girl. Your personal awareness of how easily this can happen might just prevent some woman a lifetime of pain. Here is the…

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South Dakota, The Land Of Infinite Variety… of tax increases

December 5, 2014
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South Dakota, The Land Of Infinite Variety… of tax increases

There seems to be no end to the creativity of South Dakota politicians when it comes to increasing taxes. One of the latest is a $5 Million dollar increase (per year)  in taxes to property owners. Governor Daugaard has proposed to put this additional tax burden on property owners to fund an increase of money flowing…

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