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Prohibition of Guns Would Follow the Same Path as Alcohol

It was almost 100 years ago that the nation moved to outlaw alcohol. The lessons learned then can apply to guns today.

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Vladimir Putin Barack Obama
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Who Is The World’s Leader United States or Russia?

If you took a poll of the world on September 16, 2013 and asked who is the world’s top superpower, the vote would be close. Recent events surrounding Syria would make a serious argument in the case for or against the United States and Russia.

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Stace Nelson
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Stace Nelson Makes It a Four Person Republican Race for U.S. Senate

Stace Nelson of Fulton is in the race to take over the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Tim Johnson.

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FILE: Healthcare, Health, Doctor, Exam
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Obama-scare: Why Republicans Hate the Affordable Care Act [OPINION]

If a handful of extreme Republicans in Congress get their way, the government will be shut down unless Obamacare is defunded.

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Corporate Traitors – Tax Avoidance is Not Patriotism [COMMENTARY]

A just released Government Accountability Office (GAO) report tells us what we already knew. Our most profitable corporations are tax dodgers.

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Former South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds
South Dakota Government

Republican Senate Candidate Mike Rounds Called a Liberal by Conservative Group

Political Group, the Senate Conservatives Fund (SCF) made the
following statement about Mike Rounds, the liberal Republican
candidate running for U.S. Senate in South Dakota.

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Sioux Falls Ice Storm - April 9, 2013
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Task Force in Will Study Election Emergencies

Following the postponement of 30 elections during April's ice storm, the state is putting together a task force to determine what steps to take if the situation comes up again.

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Farm Bill Divides South Dakota’s Senators

In what passes for a bipartisan vote in today’s US Senate, the $100 billion dollar a year farm bill was passed by a tally of 66 to 27.

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Mom and Baby

Baby Names And Politics [AUDIO]

What's in a name? You might be surprised.

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FILE: Voting, Election
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Column: A Vote for Convenience

Tuesday’s school board election for Sioux Falls may have had a measly 3.7% turnout, but lack of convenience is certainly not to blame.

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