On Fox News Monday night, South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem gave a performative defense on her decision to essentially veto a trans sports bill at the behest of big corporate.
Given the reality of the NCAA’s policy, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s proffered explanation for excluding women collegiate athletes from the protections of H.B. 1217 is beyond misleading.
Noem declared she was “excited” to sign the bill the same day the Senate gave its approval on International Women’s Day, but now has cold feet.
We’ve watched as Americans across the country have surrendered their freedoms and informed on their neighbors in exchange for delusions of security. But here in this house, we won’t surrender.
There’s too large a population that now just wants the government to tell them exactly what to do.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem called out the corporate media and Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday, who are incensed that she never locked down her state in response to COVID.
“Help those with Down syndrome have a chance,” Katie Shaw, a women with the condition, told the committee Wednesday. “Make the world more wonderful.”
In states across the country, politicians have increasingly demanded that charities and nonprofit organizations reveal the names and addresses of top supporters and donors.
Members of Congress will be reintroducing a ban on abortion based on a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome on Friday, the same day as the virtual March for Life.
The task before us is to continue to be the one nation in history where any person, regardless of their standing at birth, can make anything of themselves.
As states work to distribute and administer doses of the COVID-19 vaccines, some governors are handling the responsibility better than others.
Some states are struggling more than others to administer the COVID-19 vaccines allotted to them by the federal government and Operation Warp Speed.
An honest media would give South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem the same lenient coverage they granted New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the height of one of the steepest COVID waves in the world.
Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.
“Kristi Noem’s grandmother died in a nursing home hit by COVID-19 as the South Dakota governor continued to downplay the virus,” reads Business Insider.
This South Dakota nurse’s story went viral and was promoted by CNN, but doesn’t fully line up with data tracking COVID-19 deaths in her region.
Economists published a study built entirely upon nefarious assumptions prone to outside circumstances, and numbers that deviate from South Dakota’s own reporting.
Science shows the coronavirus doesn’t impact children even on the same level as the flu, and keeping kids out of school harms them in a multitude of ways.
“This monument will never be desecrated, these heroes will never be defaced, their legacy will never ever be destroyed,” Trump said in front of Mt. Rushmore.
A media-driven panic, a panic-driven economic collapse, and Democrats’ filibuster of the kind of liberal police reform they say they want are prepping the stage for a Republican disaster in November unless they start fighting.
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