A South Dakota Fairy Tale

Now that this information is available, the South Dakota legislature should promptly amend House Bill 1166 to. . . inform the woman that . . . she is also disposing of an asset that has a scientifically established value of $7.22 million.

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Savoir Faire

Why can’t Americans be more like the French? The slightly mangled line is inspired by the fascination with which we in the United States have viewed the sexual peccadilloes of assorted leaders as compared with how such behavior is perceived by the French.

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Scrambling for A Tip

On November 8 it was reported that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, may have left a restaurant without leaving a tip.

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Straight Sex

Senator Norm Coleman of Minnesota said his fellow Sen. Craig’s conduct was unbecoming a Senator and Mitch McConnell, Senate Republican leader said his conduct was “unforgivable.” Whether they were referring to the foot tapping or extending the hand beneath the stall divider was unclear.

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The Tax Collector Cometh

No sooner do the Democrats take over Congress than they begin to undo some of the legislation so carefully crafted by the Republicans when they were in control. A recent example of this distressing state of affairs manifested itself on July 18 when repeal of one of the best parts of the American Jobs Creation Act was approved by the House Ways & Means Committee.

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