The South Dakota Farm Bureau has announced their opposition to efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate greenhouse gases. If the proposed EPA changes are enacted, job creation could be jeopardized and lead to significant burdens on energy-efficient technology investment, cause an increase in energy markets and natural gas prices, and the ability to move forward on a reasonable climate policy.
Pennington County commissioners realize new EPA restrictions could hurt the tourism that the Black Hills area so heavily relies upon, including Wind Cave. If the restrictions are tightened the county may be forced to limit the number of tourists who can visit the area, affecting the state’s number one industry.
A couple of the self-appointed Saviors of America and Rulers of Our Lives in Washington D.C. just aren’t receiving the praise they should. I mean, Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Harry Reid have volunteered themselves to make personal decisions that Americans used to be burdened to make for themselves, and have even stepped in to tell us how we should best spend the money we earn…and people just don’t appreciate them.
The First Amendment right to free speech is on life support. And with its recent refusal to review the case of Nurre v. Whitehead, the Supreme Court may have pulled the plug. We are witnessing the emergence of an unstated yet court-sanctioned right, one that makes no appearance in the Constitution and yet seems to trump the First Amendment at every turn: the right to not be offended.
The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation is excited to announce the first annual Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Concert to be held at theMurat Theatre in Indianapolis, Indiana. The concert comes just days after the fifth anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s death and will benefit the Foundation established by her family.