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Government Mismanagement Of Wildlife

February 13, 2016
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Government Mismanagement Of Wildlife

The elk population near Gardiner Montana has been decimated. Why? Because feeding wolves has been a higher priority than good management of wildlife. The elk population in this area used to be nearly 20,000.  It is where I shot my first elk.  It is where my father shot the only elk of his lifetime.  Now,…

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Warning From God

February 13, 2016
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Warning From God

Do you believe God speaks today through His written word? His word is true, whether or not you believe it. Not believing that the sky is blue doesn’t CHANGE the truth that the sky is blue.  I am thankful that I know His word to be true.  Knowing that, I found this Scripture very compelling…

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Will Christians Abandon Their Faith?

February 12, 2016
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Will Christians Abandon Their Faith?

Basic principles of faith are an integral part of genuine believers. They don’t leave their Christianity in the foyer when they enter the voting booth. According to news reports, a large percentage of “evangelicals” support candidates whose lives do not reflect consistent sincere dedication to Christ.  They have chosen to support candidate(s) who use public expressions…

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You Can Beat Depression

February 12, 2016
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You Can Beat Depression

I am a happy person. Depression hasn’t been an issue in my life. EXCEPT… for a brief period of time.  I can clearly recall the time when depression settled in on me so deeply that I could hardly even get out of bed.  Helpless, hopeless, useless and unable to pull myself out.  It was emotional…

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IRS Wants A Billion Dollar Increase

February 12, 2016
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IRS Wants A Billion Dollar Increase

Let’s take a poll… Do you think we should give IRS another Billion Dollars?? That’s what I thought. President Obama has asked Congress to increase the IRS budget by, yes, a cool Billion dollars. About half of it would go to “discretionary” and half for “tax enforcement”.  If that thought makes you sleep well at…

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Higher Taxes In South Dakota

February 10, 2016
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Higher Taxes In South Dakota

The Governor wants yet another tax increase. Republicans appear poised to give it to him. Republicans and Democrats locked arms in committee to increase your sales tax. HB 1182, House Committee on Appropriations, Do Pass Bordeaux Yea Ring Yea Hunhoff (Jean) Yea Partridge Yea Anderson Yea Romkema Yea Jensen (Alex) Yea Dryden Yea Cronin Yea…

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Carly, Ben and Christie Should Go Home

February 9, 2016
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Carly, Ben and Christie Should Go Home

Who will continue? Fiorina, Carson and Christie were not able to have a break out moment in the New Hampshire primary (finishing 6th, 7th & 8th).  Gilmore must have already gone home.  Even though Carson vowed to continue after Iowa, its hard to comprehend how he can effectively compete on any level after his poor…

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In Prison, Guilty Of Nothing

February 9, 2016
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In Prison, Guilty Of Nothing

The Doctor had committed no crime… So the government INVENTED one!! If you missed part one, you might want to check it out.  A respected South Dakota physician is whisked away by Federal agents, who “capture” him as he and his wife conclude a normal day at the office. Now, part two: Dr. Mark recognized…

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Is Jolie’s Movie “Unbroken” Unfair to the Japanese?

February 9, 2016
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Is Jolie’s Movie “Unbroken” Unfair to the Japanese?

Hollywood celebrity Angelina Jolie’s movie Unbroken is debuting in Japan this week, more than a year after it opened in the US.  Both then and now, many in Japan are resentful of the one-sided portrayal of their country’s military during World War II.  AP reports that “some have called for a boycott of the movie…

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Scientific Inquiry Discouraged in South Dakota Legislature

February 8, 2016
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Scientific Inquiry Discouraged in South Dakota Legislature

It’s amazing how closed-minded the supposedly “open minded” can actually be. We got an example of that from the South Dakota Legislature last week as the Senate Education Committee looked at SB 83 is intended to assist teachers in “helping students understand, analyze, critique, or review in an objective scientific manner the strengths and weaknesses…

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