Annette Bosworth… The Real Story

January 21, 2015
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Annette Bosworth… The Real Story

Some people are suggesting that Annette Bosworth is a criminal who must be prosecuted… Not everyone agrees with that conclusion. Mostly, people who have actually heard the whole story.  In this case, the more you learn, the more you will question WHY she is being so vigorously prosecuted (or persecuted). Investigative journalist, Lee Strannahan, has…

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Let’s Close Some Tax Loopholes

January 21, 2015
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Let’s Close Some Tax Loopholes

That is actually code for “I support raising your taxes and spending more money”. More tax increases are being proposed.  Not just little increases.  Not just by Democrats.  Not just in Washington DC. Some of these taxes are called “fees”.  Not all of them, though.  Some politicians are brave enough to actually use the words…

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South Dakota Legislator List

January 21, 2015
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South Dakota Legislator List

South Dakota has made it difficult to email ALL of your current Legislators, via the LRC website. Problem solved. Thank you, Lora Hubbel, for putting all the emails together in one place so anyone can copy and paste them.   That may come in handy for the next two years if you want to send all…

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10 Year Anniversary for Black Hills Veterans Writing Group

January 20, 2015
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10 Year Anniversary for Black Hills Veterans Writing Group

It began ten years ago with a workshop series at the Rapid City Public Library to help veterans record their military experiences.      “What I remember should not be erased from human memory…I must write…I must write now” became their motto.       They’ve been meeting from 9-11 am on the second Saturday…

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Moms and Dads Should Visit College Classrooms

January 20, 2015
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Moms and Dads Should Visit College Classrooms

It’s one of the biggest dollar investments parents and students will ever make. Matching what you expect with what’s really out there makes only good sense.       Parents should set aside some time to spontaneously “visit” college classes, but unannounced so that a staged or “fake” class won’t be substituted for the real…

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Occupying The Seat Of Power

January 19, 2015
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Occupying The Seat Of Power

What would you do if you were the President? Sitting in the Oval Office would be a privilege, honor and great responsibility.  It may be ( or many have been) the most powerful position on earth, but there are other positions of power that are very important.  Governor, Senator, Mayor, School Board, County Commission and others are…

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