Monday, April 27, 2015

Albright, Daschle to address SDSU forum

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is scheduled speak at South Dakota State University as part of the second annual Daschle Dialogues. Albright is expected to be joined by former Senate Majority Leader and SDSU alum, Tom Daschle at the event slated for 13 October.

The address comes after Michelle Malkin speaks to SDSU about EB-5 abuses.

In 1993, then-U.S. Sen. Tom Daschle requested the Government Accountability Office conduct a study of Indian Health Service employment practices, specifically in the areas of salaries and recruitment programs.

Again making waves in the state, Daschle spoke in Watertown at a fundraiser for the Aspire Foundation ahead of President Obama's commencement speech for graduates of Lake Area Technical Institute.

The state's vulnerable At-large US representative blew off a roundtable in Watertown fearing charges of grandstanding.

According to one source Daschle will not accompany President Obama in Watertown.

Astute political observers are watching Daschle energizing state Democrats, American Indians and veterans ahead of a possible run against South Dakota's vulnerable senior senator who signed a mutinous letter to Iran.

Oblivious to ethics, the current GOP South Dakota governor signed a bill reversing the so-called 'Daschle Rule' that restricted candidates from appearing in multiple spots on the ballot.

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