Tag: Kristi Noem

Dog Bites Man – Fraudi: Parties for me but not for thee


Once again, “Doctor” Fraudci spouted leftist partisan nonsense, in the false name of public health. He peddled his propaganda on the Poppycock Network, appearing on Meet the Press to condemn those bitter clinging deplorable extremist hobbits gathering in Sturges, South Dakota, while having nary a care for the equivalent “superspreader” events this past week on Martha’s Vineyard and in Chicago.

Lollapalooza is a long-running music festival, held in Chicago, Berlin,  São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Stockholm, and Paris. Chicago hosted Lollapalooza, July 29 – August 1, 2021, in Grant Park. It was a perfectly normal huge weekend party, with mostly younger people packed in shoulder-to-shoulder. There were 8 stages and over 170 bands.

The US Capitol, Fort Pelosi is Closed for July 4th


Why are some Democrats working so hard to tamper down Independence Day celebrations?

Independence Day celebrations are a long staple of hamlets across America, but especially in Washington, DC. Before the pandemic, thousands of people would flock to The Mall and camp out most of the day; others would arrive late in the afternoon, at the risk of occasional summer thunderstorms, mostly to get a good look at the fireworks launched from near the Washington Monument that evening.

Kristi Noem Vetos Bill that Bans Males from Destroying Female Sports


South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem has vetoed (twice) the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act. But she’s claiming that she didn’t veto the bill. The very constitutional provision she cites in her letter (the right) states that what she did was veto the bill! “Bills returned shall be treated in the same manner as vetoed bills.” But she seems to be pretending that the legislature vetoed the bill by not complying with her demand to allow men to compete in women’s college sports. Or something. I’m somewhat confused!

But one thing’s for certain: She’s pretending she didn’t veto the bill, even though she did. It’s not enough to throw girls and young women under the bus, she’s gaslighting her constituents (and the rest of us).

What a disappointment. What is she thinking?

RNC Night 3 Wrap-up


The third night of the Republican National Convention was a more subdued affair, focusing on faith, the military, and women. Wednesday’s speakers weren’t as dynamic as Monday’s and Tuesday’s, but the strong message remained.

Gov. Kristi Noem opened the proceedings, sharing her success leading South Dakota. Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas brought the big guns, literally, delivering his speech from the Battleship Texas in Houston.

Other headliners included Second Lady Karen Pence, Kellyanne Conway, and Lara Trump. Like most of the evening, their speeches were to the point and serviceable. But once again, the so-called “everyday Americans” stole the show.