Necessity: The Tyrant’s Plea

by Tiberius Gracchus on November 25, 2013

The federal government has been in the racketeering business for a long time, but it’s called “general welfare.” Through federal taxation, a burden on a state’s economy, funds are used to “fix” problems that the state government may not agree exists. Failure to submit to these programs could result in exclusion of the benefit of […]


Tyranny of the Masses

I am writing to draw your attention to the National Popular Vote movement. South Dakota Senate Bill 138 was written and tabled during the 2011 legislative session. It was the most recently dropped attempt for national election reform in South Dakota. SB138 stated that South Dakotans will no longer tie its electoral votes to its […]

Read the full article → October 29, 2012 by Tiberius Gracchus

Keystone XL and Eminent Domain

Tyranny, by way of the politically appetizing demand for ‘the public good’, has come to South Dakota to bludgeon the sanctity of our property rights. The slogan “for the public good” is often a rally cry for collectivism, which promotes the degradation of our individual rights. Ironically, our political leaders who are supposed to preserve […]

Read the full article → September 10, 2012 by Tiberius Gracchus