Life Changing Prison Reform

Prison Reform HR 5682 #FirstStepAct a policy reform bill that will uproot the horrific 1994 Crime Bill written and passed by the Clinton Administration that has had catastrophic results in the Black community. 

A reform policy researched and co-authored by our own, Dr. Tamera Enalls-Fenner

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Combating Opioids

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President Trump Cabinet Meeting

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Made In America is BACK

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President Trump NATO

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American Media, Soviet Tactics

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The Inconvenient Truth about the Democratic Party

PragerU & Dr. Carol Swain

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America's 2nd War of Independence

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In this video, author Brian Kilmeade sheds light on the largely and unfortunately overlooked War of 1812. Kilmeade explains how this war got started, the daunting odds against a nation in its infancy, and the unlikely hero who secured America's young nation's future by pulling off one of the greatest upsets in military history.

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Meme Fun

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College Republicans Defend Free Speech on Campus

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For Immediate Release January 26, 2018
FOR MORE INFORMATION, Contact: Dan Lederman 712-251-1992



South Dakota College Republicans Endorse Campus Free Speech Act

South Dakota College Republican Chairwoman, Emily Novotny, announced today that she has endorsed House Bill 1073, otherwise known as the Campus Free Speech Act. This bill is scheduled to have its first hearing in the House Judiciary Committee in the coming week.

“Our Universities should be institutions of free thought where debate should be open and free, not ‘safe spaces’ where people pass rules to avoid being challenged. If we can’t openly have conversations, explore different ideas, and debate at our Universities, where on earth can we have these conversations?”

The measure, which was introduced by Republican State Representative Michael Clark, was introduced because of incidents across the country where various speakers have be shut down on campuses for differing opinions. Representative Clark along with many others in the State Legislature want to ensure that South Dakota does not become a place where free speech is suffocated.

Novotny said, “South Dakota needs to be a state that promotes free speech everywhere, whether we agree with that speech or not. My hope is that this bill will pass through the State Legislature as a sign of support and insurance of the enduring right to free speech throughout the great state of South Dakota.”




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