Archive for December 27th, 2009

2010 Looks Shaky for Rep. Herseth Sandlin

2010 Looks Shaky for Rep. Herseth Sandlin

The Rapid City Journal reports that for all Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin’s fence-straddling votes, her seat in congress in 2010 is far less than secure. Liberals as well as conservatives are upset with her, but many South Dakotans are realizing it would be better to have a rep they can trust to do the right thing, rather than one they have to pressure and watch like a hawk.

Dems May Hold Off on Cap and Trade Tax in 2010

Dems May Hold Off on Cap and Trade Tax in 2010

The U.S. House has already passed the cap and trade global warming tax, but after the tooth-and-nail fight for government health care, many Senate Democrats don’t want to tackle cap and trade in 2010.

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Dec. 26, 2009

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Dec. 26, 2009

The best of the best from Dakota Voice last week, including: December 25 and the Origin of Christmas; Sleaze and Slop Returns to White House Christmas Tree; Were Governor Rounds and Senator Thune politically correct?; An Insult to All Science Are We Beyond Reproach?; Senate Whores: Let the Fiddling Begin; Jack Bauer Interrogates Santa; and more!