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Searching For the Mystery Priest

August 11, 2013

Although this story has been out there for a few days, it seemed to me to fit better on a Sunday.  The gist is that a 19-year old Katie Lentz was trapped in her car after a horrific accident last week on a long stretch of road in Missouri.  As rescue workers were trying to [...]

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McCaskill on Key DNC Speaker Bill Clinton

August 24, 2012

Todd Akin is a national distraction, sustaining a huge swing in the polls against him since making a ridiculous statement about rape last weekend — he had been beating incumbent Claire McCaskill in Missouri, but is now getting trounced.  By remaining in the race, Akin is putting himself above the cause and will continue to [...]

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St. Louis Has First Major Parade for Iraq War Vets

January 29, 2012

Organizers in St. Louis decided that since no one had yet scheduled a major parade for returning Iraq War veterans, that they would try to put one on.  With no serious objections they did.  Here’s a video: While some of the parade’s participants will be redeployed to Afghanistan sooner or later, it speaks volumes about [...]

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Missouri Voters Reject Obama Care

August 4, 2010

Proposition C, prohibiting the mandatory purchasing of health care found in the new ObamaCare law, passed with 71% support in the “Show Me” state yesterday.  Missouri voters gave a resounding “NO!” to federal government coercion of average citizens to purchase a product or face penalties and fines.  Federal law will probably trump state law in [...]

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Obama Voter Fraud

October 9, 2008

The Democrat Party has a long tradition of Voter Fraud, and this year is no exception.  Much of the current controversy has surrounded groups like ACORN, which is a “community organizing” group that has a history of supporting Voter Fraud.  ACORN is particularly interesting this year due to Obama’s long-standing connections with ACORN.  In fact, the Obama [...]

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