2016 American Clarion SD Legislative Scorecard

April 25, 2016
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2016 American Clarion SD Legislative Scorecard

The 2016 South Dakota legislative scorecard from American Clarion is now available online. This is the first time American Clarion has put together a scorecard which scores legislative votes during the last legislative session. A number of scorecards for the South Dakota legislature have been put together in the past, and many are useful, but…

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Always By Our Side

April 24, 2016
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Always By Our Side

Last evening my wife and I gathered with a few first cousins. We celebrated a birthday. The thought struck me while visiting the importance of family. Family is comfortable and necessary. In fact some day in this life it could be all that we have. I was reminded of that in reading Hebrews 13:5 where…

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The Real Pro Life Issue

April 23, 2016
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The Real Pro Life Issue

It isn’t that hard to tell if a politician is pro life. You won’t hear a committed pro life person say that Planned Parenthood “does a lot of good things”. When a politician begins saying things like, “I’ll be great on women’s health issues”, it is code for supporting “reproductive rights” which is code for supporting…

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Stace Nelson, Champion Of Conservative Values

April 23, 2016
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Stace Nelson, Champion Of Conservative Values

South Dakota made a big mistake. Stace Nelson should have been the Republican nominee for US Senate. Thankfully, Stace is stepping up again.  His candidacy for South Dakota State Senate is a very good thing for South Dakota and conservative values.  He will defend those values.  All of them.  When challenged, he won’t blink. The…

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Transgender Bathrooms

April 22, 2016
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Transgender Bathrooms

Have we gone completely mad? I know I grew up in a different time and generation. It was a time when boys were boys and girls were girls.  The thought of “mixed” use for school bathrooms and showers NEVER entered our minds.  No one would have ever suggested that public restrooms should be co-habitated. Now,…

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Who Should Pay For Collisions With Wildlife?

April 22, 2016
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Who Should Pay For Collisions With Wildlife?

For now, YOU pay! I got a painful reminder last week.  Sunday evening while driving home from Church, a deer ran across the road in front of my Tahoe.  There was no way to miss it. It wasn’t my first collision with wildlife.  A similar encounter with an elk several years ago produced over $12,000.00…

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