A Message from Jarvis Wipf – SD Capitol Commission

Mr. Wipf recently began serving as a chaplain to the capitol community this legislative session through a ministry called Capitol Commission. Here is his perspective on the 2018 Legislative session, along with more information on Capitol Commission. “At the conclusion of this year’s legislative session, I was asked for a …

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How Important Is Your Religious Freedom To You?

There are those who would like to strip us of that freedom – the very principle that America was founded upon.  If you follow the news at all, you are well aware of the erosion in the moral and spiritual condition of our nation. The evil one is working hard …

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FHA Action – Capitol Update

The 2018 Legislative session is in full swing here at the Capitol, and bills are dropping into the hopper like crazy. Some will be hard struggles, others are slam-dunks; as in the case of SB67. SB67 allows a victim of human trafficking the ability to expunge any criminal or delinquency …

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Title VII and Government by Judiciary

John Stonestreet

A HUMPTY DUMPTY RULING by Guest Writer: John Stonestreet with Roberto Rivera Who needs Congress to make laws when the judiciary just does whatever it wants? Well, at least that’s what the Seventh Circuit seems to think. On Tuesday, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Title VII of …

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