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Time to Unveil Who Snarky_Spy and Dark_Phartt Really Are!

Are you ready to find out who the most hated person on Twitter is? Think about all the things he’s been doing to hurt other people. It’s tough to tell what really motivate him or her, but it seems as though. Do you recognize this:

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Anatomy of a Swat: Twitter’s Dirty Little Secret Bullies

On September 25, 2015, I had just finished a conference call in my home office when I saw three Cobb County Police Officers pull up outside my home. All three officers got out of their cars. One moved to my driveway, another began to walk toward the back corner of my home. The third was […]

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These Bloggers Destroyed a Disabled Man’s Life, for What?

The inhumanity is troubling, but mostly I cannot understand the cruelty and the fact that it continues today.

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"Unbought and Unbossed" – The Story of Shirley Chisholm

She hired only women in her congressional office, 50% were white. She once said, “Tremendous amounts of talent are lost to our society just because that talent wears a skirt.” In 1972, she became the first women to run for the Democratic presidential nomination against George McGovern. She had a diverse base, but knew she would most likely lose. She didn’t do it to win the presidential election. “Chisholm said she ran for the office “in spite of hopeless odds… to demonstrate the sheer will and refusal to accept the status quo.”‘

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Before Rosa, There was Ida

“I refused, saying that the forward car was a smoker, and as I was in the ladies’ car, I proposed to stay. . . [The conductor] tried to drag me out of the seat, but the moment he caught hold of my arm I fastened my teeth in the back of his hand. I had braced my feet against the seat in front and was holding to the back……” He…and another man succeeded in dragging me out.” – Ida B. Wells 1884

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Carli Lloyd Answers the Tough Questions

You can’t rely on talent alone. I had talent, but I wouldn’t be where I am today without hard work. I train a lot, probably more than most people. I am always being a professional around the clock. It is important to be dedicated. It takes a lot of sacrifice to get where I am.

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South Dakota’s SHAME: The Sentencing of Annette Bosworth, M.D.

Dr. Annette Bosworth is a modern day “Crucible,” Arthur Miller’s play about gossip and innuendo that feeds the fears of a group, taking a once respected woman and ostracizing her from her community.

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South Dakota Secretary of State Says Nominating Petitions CANNOT Be Sold for Commercial Use

Who will be charged, SOS Gant for selling them for commercial use or Heidelberger, who used and continue to use the Bosworth petitions for commercial use. He has certainty referred to himself as the press and it was used on his commercial site, gain more traffic, more attention, etc.

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Stealing South Dakota: The South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners – Part III

Bosworth’s letter put her squarely in the crosshairs of a very powerful group, but even Bosworth could not have anticipated what was in store for her. Less than 30 days after the Op-Ed appeared, she found her license in jeopardy.

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Stealing South Dakota: The Attorney General – Part II

Jackley’s assertion that Morgan and Bosworth’s actions were the same left many uncomfortable.

Butch Morgan was the former chairman of St. Joseph County’s Democratic Party who, “allegedly gave orders that others followed out of a fear that they would lose their jobs.

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Stealing South Dakota: The Blogger – Part I

He has never spoken about Harvard, nor was he comfortable with his entry in the 1989 Presidential Scholar Yearbook. His bio changed sometime in the last few years.

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Another Woman Arrested in South Dakota

I’m pretty sure that South Dakota is part of the United States, but if they seceded and I just missed that, I will apologize. For now, all I see is a state that refuses to allow women to participate in any political process. I literally cannot keep up with all the stories I’m hearing about […]

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Why South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley Must Resign

The wheels of justice grind slowly, but perhaps it’s because those who are charged with administering the laws are required in part to be impartial. Justice is blind

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Bullying Women: How we are taking down one hate blogger

Turn around is fair play, but not for a bully. From: Cory Allen Heidelberger <cory@dakotafreepress.com> Subject: Kathy Scott—inappropriate content Message Body: Dear Ms. Stewart: You may want to review and edit Kathy Scott’s latest blog post concerning Annette Bosworth and my coverage of her Senate campaign and perjury conviction. The post contains numerous unsubstantiated allegations […]

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The Hypocrisy of the Annette Bosworth Trial by @1000Girlfriends

by Kathy Scott | Featured Contributor Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, left a lot of women, including myself a little empty. “Leaning in” hasn’t been the problem. Often when women are leaning in, the men lean out and sometimes they even leave the room and slam the door shut, at least that’s how it feels […]

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