Archives: 2007 November 29

Archive for November 29th, 2007

Video: Question for Huckabee on Mexican Consulate

Here’s a video (HT again to the Arkansas Journal) asking Mike Huckabee about the Mexican consulate he brought to Arkansas. In addition to financial questions, the video brings out another important issue concerning the Mexican government’s documented efforts to subvert the laws and borders of the United States by encouraging Mexicans to violate our borders […]

Video: Huckabee Defends Tuition Discount for Illegal Aliens

Here’s a video from the Republican debate that deals with the special tuition rates offered to children of illegal immigrants Mike Huckabee supported in Arkansas (HT to Arkansas Journal). I didn’t know about this provision which required these students to be pursuing citizenship in order to qualify. That would make the plan less outrageous. But […]

Expect Climate Fear-Mongering to Get Worse

From Tom Harris at the Canada Free Press, another “flat-earther” who for some reason won’t put fantasy before facts: The case for anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming (AGW) is getting weaker and weaker, not “stronger and stronger and stronger” as Dr. John Stone of the IPCC’s Working Group II told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation earlier this […]

South Dakota First in Higher Education

According to the Mitchell Daily Republic, South Dakota has the highest rate in the nation for students pursuing post-secondary education. The report, by the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems and the Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation for Education, shows that South Dakota has a college continuance rate – the rate of high school students who […]

Our Schools are Graveyards for Freedom

By John W. Whitehead “The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in insidious encroachment by men of zeal, well-meaning but without understanding.”—Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis My granddaughter is seven months old. Intent on discovering as much as she can about the world around her, she is blissfully unaware of the fact that she is under […]

Street Should Stay Hooker

I’m afraid I have to side with the Rapid City Journal on this one. The Rev. David Baer is out to save the town of Whitewood’s honor from the shame of a street named Hooker. Baer, a Lutheran pastor in the small northern Hills town, asked the Whitewood city council to rename the street that […]

South Dakota Has Lowest Rate of Depression

According to KXMB out of Bismark, South Dakota has the lowest rate of depression in the nation. For what it’s worth, I know I’m pretty happy here. Maybe it has something to do with the relatively small number of Democrats we have in South Dakota…. 🙂