More Republicans Follow The Daugaard Lead

October 27, 2012
By
More Republicans Follow The Daugaard Lead

It hasn’t been long since Governor Daugaard endorsed candidates whose voting records clearly oppose the State Republican party platform on important things like higher taxes, abortion, homosexual agenda and other issues. Now, six more “Republicans” have followed suit with an endorsement of their own.  The notable difference is that these Republicans are endorsing a Democrat. There…

Read more »

Why You Should Vote No On All The Ballot Questions

October 26, 2012
By
Why You Should Vote No On All The Ballot Questions

The ballot questions deal with important issues. State law requires the Secretary of State to publish two points of view on these issues.  It is unfortunate that many of these issues do not present an opposing viewpoint.  One is present only because the court compelled  the Secretary to publish it.   I believe voters should…

Read more »

Benghazi—The Fog of Indecision and The Cost of Inaction

October 25, 2012
By
Benghazi—The Fog of Indecision and The Cost of Inaction

President Obama relates his very appropriate and decisive reaction to the attack on our Libyan embassy as follows: “Now, with respect to Libya, as I indicated in the last debate, when we received that phone call, I immediately made sure that, number one, we did everything we could to secure those Americans who were still…

Read more »

Don’t Miss The Next One!

October 24, 2012
By
Don’t Miss The Next One!

The Liberty Lunch last Wed. featured a personal video message from Kristi Noem.  The Liberty Lunch also featured remarks from State Representative Lance Russell and Senator Stan Adelstein.  Now there is an interesting combination! More excitement was the terrorist group “The Truth Patrol” who burst into the meeting in masks to distribute a flyer.  Here is…

Read more »

Should Governors Submit to Anonymous Student Evaluation-Style Reviews by Legislators?

October 23, 2012
By
Should Governors Submit to Anonymous Student Evaluation-Style Reviews by Legislators?

The student evaluation has been a staple in education since the 1960s.  Good way to get rid of unpopular faculty.  After all, if students are unhappy, then how can they be in a mindset to learn?  The same goes with “customers” wherever you find them.       This is how it works:  students fill…

Read more »

Compromise In America

October 21, 2012
By
Compromise In America

In a recent conversation with State Senator Bruce Rampelburg, the topic was compromise. I am convinced there is always room for two opinions; mine and the wrong one! Seriously, this conversation was a good give and take.  It might make you think!   ***Gordon Howie is a nationally syndicated author, host of Liberty Today TV…

Read more »

SUBSCRIBE E-NEWS