Stephanie Strong has filed an appeal with the South Dakota Supreme Court. The appeal doesn't tell us much we don't know: Strong simply thinks that every judge who has ruled against her in the past several months is wrong.
Strong's inability to follow the law and focus her arguments in a timely fashion on the points of law Secretary of State Jason Gant and Rep. Brian Gosch violated have reduced the chances of holding those public officials accountable. Her appeal to the Supreme Court will likely do more to fuel the politics of personal destruction played by the conservative lobe of the South Dakota blogosphere.
Strong will not win any redress from the Supreme Court. But if the justices will hear her, and if she can restrict her appeal to discussion of the very dry points of law laid out in her filing, we can perhaps hope that a Supreme Court hearing on Strong's complaints will at least require Gant and Gosch to explain themselves and admit that they didn't respect notary law.