Thursday, February 26, 2015

Daugaard seizes absolute power

Democracy deferred:
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has signed into law a measure that would limit the authority of a constitutional convention delegate from the state. The bill serves as a companion measure to a proposal that calls for a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution to require a balanced federal budget. The bill would also require convention delegates from the state to take an oath affirming they wouldn't support a rogue amendment. [KNBN]
Like Bill Janklow, Dennis Daugaard loves being an autocrat.

South Dakota's 'small government' GOP congressional delegation is on full tilt that President Barack Obama wants to streamline government.

Pierre's GOP mayor has been caught with her panty hose around her ankles as the city commission regroups after failing to vet the bankrupt air carrier chosen to receive subsidies from the federal government.

Like a bolt out of the blue, South Dakota has realized that the King's roads and bridges are crumbling. Only the federal government can fix them.

As race relations continue to slide under Dennis Daugaard's failed leadership American Indian leader, Dennis Banks will speak in Rapid City today.

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