Jet-setting SD Governor Kristi Noem hasn't been shy about racking up her frequent flyer miles. From Jackson Hole, CPAC, to SLC, and more but Noem must've had a log in her eye when she took to social media to accuse House Republicans of holding the 2022 budget hostage because they wanted to go on "vacation."
Governor Kristi Noem's miniature purse-dog Tim Goodwin is all bark and no bite. He likes to pick on women his own size.
The sidewall of my tire got a visit following the publication of Pierre Outsider's March 2022 edition. The list of women who House Majority Whip Tim Goodwin (R-D30) has picked cat-fights with has grown within the last couple of months. Last October via blog post Rep. Goodwin called Sherry Bren, who was summoned to the Governor's Mansion for an "intimidating" meeting with Noem's daughter, a "lower-level state employee" who was "basically the problem." Then again in January, after former Noem-staffer Caroline Woods challenged the Governor's record on fairness in women's sports in the Rapid City Journal, Rep. Goodwin obediently barked along at her too. He accused Woods of leaving state employment due to "irreconcilable issues" and of being a "relatively new resident" to Rapid City and South Dakota. The only possible explanation for his odd behavior is that he has a crush on the Snow Queen and lives vicariously through 8'9" First Gentleman Bryon Noem.
Republicans are battling themselves in the 2022 election-- for the future of the GOP.
The South Dakota House Republicans have a 500 lb elephant: his name is Majority Whip Tim Goodwin.
T. Dennis Sanford, South Dakota's wealthiest man and number one employer, is under investigation for child pornography.
Senator Jessica Castleberry is stuck in a parasitic relationship with Rep. Tim Goodwin. His self-inflicted PR meltdown has spilled over into her campaign during a high-stakes election season. But how much of her political capital is she willing to expend to save him?
In the 2022 State of the State Address, Gov. Kristi Noem could be seen carrying pails of water to help put out the fire in SD's 35th Legislative District.