The South Dakota Family Policy Council held their monthly luncheon at the Black Hills Fellowship Church today. In addition to many announcements about community developments and events, today’s event featured a question and answer session with three candidates for Rapid City School Board: Daphne Richards-Cook (Area 6), Jeff Nelson (Area 6) and Brad Otten (Area 3).
Gordon Howie’s newest ad is now out on YouTube, and it points out the differences between the “Tea Party Republican” and a couple of his competitors. Voters can opt for someone who is committed to the values that made our state and nation great, or they can opt for more of the same old stuff…but the choice is clear.
A videographer covering tornado relief efforts in Mississippi recently asked Salvation Army workers to take off their t-shirts before appearing on camera because of the Christian logo on the shirts. Thankfully, FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate denounced this behavior, but the fact that it happened at all illustrates a greater problem in today’s culture.
With the eyes of the nation focused on Senate races in both Kentucky and Pennsylvania, South Dakota Gubernatorial candidate, Gordon Howie says he’s happier than ever to be the “Tea Party Candidate for Governor.” Results from Tuesday’s races show Tea Party voters proved pivotal in delivering wins for their preferred candidates in both Kentucky and Pennsylvania.
Another big win last night was Rand Paul in Kentucky. Paul, who was backed by the Tea Party, won big over establishment-backed Trey Grayson. Some in the GOP still just don’t get it: people don’t want more liberal-lite. e made it clear who he was aligned with…and it wasn’t the fat-cat establishment, or the people who live with their hands in the pockets of the taxpayers, or those who bribe the taxpayers with their own money