Archive for September 19th, 2011

Project ‘Gunwalker,’ ATF Approved Crime

Project 'Gunwalker,' ATF Approved Crime

It has been revealed that another ATF operation that allowed the illegal sale of guns to felons and criminals has been exposed. This time in Indiana. Like “Operation Fast and Furious” the ostensible plan was to allow guns to get into the hands of Chicago gangs and then track them down via gun serial numbers. But was that actually a ruse and a much more sinister plan is actually being implemented throughout our country. We need a full investigation. Does anybody believe the Obama/Holder axis will give us the truth? Demand a special prosecutor. We need the truth.

SD Freedom Index Reveals Friends, Enemies of Freedom in South Dakota

SD Freedom Index Reveals Friends, Enemies of Freedom in South Dakota

We’d like to think that in a conservative, patriotic state like South Dakota, we shouldn’t have to worry too much about people and politicians who are eager to take away the freedom of those they ostensibly represent. Unfortunately, with human nature being what it is, we must ALWAYS be ready to defend our freedom. Now the people have a new tool in their arsenal: the South Dakota Freedom Index, from the South Dakota Freedom Coalition. The Index looks at several votes in key areas and measures the votes of state senators and representatives regarding the protection of freedom. Find out how your senator/rep did.

Solyndra: Obama’s Enron

Solyndra: Obama’s Enron

What would the reaction of the media would have been if when Enron imploded it was revealed that the Bush Administration had guaranteed a half billion dollars in loans.What has the reaction of the media been now that we know the Obama Administration pushed a $535 taxpayer-backed loan against the advice of the OMB…and now that company is belly-up?

How to Win the CNBC Million-Dollar Portfolio Challenge

How to Win the CNBC Million-Dollar Portfolio Challenge

CNBC’s million-dollar portfolio challenge begins next week. Participants can trade a fictional account of stocks and currency. Prizes are given over each of the 10 weeks, and then a grand prize winner is awarded a million.

The plane that didn’t make it to Sioux Falls

The plane that didn't make it to Sioux Falls

Our nation recently commemorated the fateful day when two planes crashed into the twin World Trade Towers in New York City 10 years ago. But did you know that several years ago, a bomber crashed into the Empire State Building in New York City–a bomber that was eventually bound for Sioux Falls, South Dakota?