Citizens for Liberty, the Rapid City Tea Party group, hosted the 2010 South Dakota Tea Party Summit today at the Best Western Ramkota in Rapid City. Tea Party and other limited groups from all over South Dakota came together to strategize on how to best promote limited government, to share ideas and develop better communication between groups. South Dakotans are joining thousands of other energized patriots across the country who are determined to return government to the control of the people, and return government to its constitutional boundaries.
On February 22, 2010, nine months after President Obama signed the legislation, new credit card rules designed to protect consumers from the unscrupulous and manipulative tactics of credit card companies went into effect. It didn’t take long, however, for consumer advocacy groups and others to point out that, in addition to making it more difficult for card companies to gouge their customers, the Credit CARD Act will make it a lot more difficult and a lot more expensive for everyday Americans to get, and keep, a credit card.
I have seen the new face of America, and it is troubling. According to an expansive study by the Pew Research Center, the Millennial generation is the so-called “new face of America.” This study raises some provocative questions about this up-and-coming generation and what it bodes for the future of our nation