The budget deal struck this weekend between Republicans and Democrats to cut $38 billion from this year’s budget leaves many conservatives conflicted. On one hand, it’s only a fraction of the $1.6 TRILLION budget deficit, but on the other hand, this battle has changed the entire dynamic of the budget fight. And Speaker Boehner seems to understand the source of Republican power: the energy of the Tea Party patriots.
South Dakota Secretary of State Jason Gant announced today that a group of South Dakotans have filed paperwork with his office to refer Senate Bills 38 and 43 to a vote of the public. The bills are part of South Dakota’s compliance with the federal Affordable Care Act (commonly known as President Obama’s Health Care reform) and a successful referral would put the measures to a public vote during the November 6, 2012 general election.
Would you like to see a pretty brazen example of how liberals ignore truth, facts and reason in favor of their bankrupt ideology? Look no further than the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program, and how liberals have worked hard to kill it. Speaking of killing, while liberals loooooooooove the choice to kill your own child, that’s about the only “freedom” they like. Freedom to educate your child as you see fit? How dare you!
Despite the obvious truth, despite the clarity of the American way, the Marxists and class warfare pimps among us would still have us believe that it is not only right to penalize some of our fellow Americans for being successful, but that such greed can actually close the budget deficit. Recently, Mary Catherine Ham has illustrated the fallacy of this thinking, as has Bill Whittle, and now Reason.TV has yet another illustration of this truth.
Valhalla isn’t a word the average person is going to work into a conversation every day. However, Valhalla, has slipped into more conversations over the past several months–ever since some sorehead got all cranky-like because he found out former Governor Rounds was keeping secret a little hideaway in the heart of our Black Hills for his friends and for his personal use. So, along comes our new governor, Dennis Dogood. He assures us there won’t be any secrets while he is on his watch.
Investment advisory firms are required to file disclosure documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In the past, investment advisors had to complete two forms each year: ADV Part 1 and ADV Part 2. This past year the SEC published new rules for the second document required by investment advisory firms like ours. The requirement changed from a checkbox response to a “plain English” narrative brochure. Even if the nature of a firm’s business has not changed, added information and the new format are mandatory.