missouri

Change the name, the State, and the Action – but what’s left? Yep – still a Democrat

by Skip August 18, 2017

Yes, the parallel is great with this one and our very own NH State Rep Katherine Rogers: I BET SHE WON’T: Missouri’s top Democrats call for state senator to resign for ‘I hope Trump is assassinated’ post. UPDATE: Missouri Dem who hoped for Trump’s assassination won’t resign, wants ‘respect.’ And the rest is pretty much the same: […]

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Supreme Court: State cannot deny the Church an otherwise available public benefit on account of its religious status

by Steve MacDonald June 26, 2017

In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court has declared that a state may not withhold an available public benefit on account of religious status. The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of a Missouri church that sued the state after being denied taxpayer funds for a playground project because of a provision that prohibits […]

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Melissa Click Lands Gig in Spokane Washington

by Steve MacDonald September 4, 2016
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Melissa Click got the axe from Missouri University after making herself infamous, but she’s landed on her feet in the Northwest. Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Gonzaga, said in a written statement that Gonzaga officials knew of Click’s recent history and were confident in welcoming her to the university. […]

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“Honoring” Michael Brown’s Memory

by Steve MacDonald December 15, 2014
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“Honoring” Michael Brown’s Memory

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Ferguson riots did nothing but further devastate the Black Community

by Kimberly Morin November 25, 2014

Last night after the Grand Jury’s findings resulted in no indictment for Officer Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown; protesters in Ferguson, Missouri took to the streets. They did not peacefully protest the results but destroyed their community. They burned down businesses, cars and anything they felt like burning down. The protesters looted and destroyed the businesses […]

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Dystopia Dawns in Oceania

by Tom August 14, 2014

Ferguson, Missouri, 2014.  The militarized police of America are conducting another live-fire training exercise.  It’s Watertown-II in the making. Instead of being keepers of the peace, they have become “Squashers of the Rights”. Today, Rand Paul wrote an opinion piece about Ferguson, published in Time Magazine (of all places). I wanted to post a poignant […]

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Missouri Considers Arming Teachers

by Steve MacDonald May 19, 2014
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Missouri Considers arming teachers… Although lawmakers failed to pass a bill that would override federal gun laws, the Republican-majority Legislature has approved and now forwarded part of that legislation to the governor’s office. Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon will now decide whether teachers and other school personnel will be allowed to have carry and conceal firearms […]

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Missouri State Senate Votes to Nullify All Federal Gun Laws

by Steve MacDonald February 20, 2014
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While our NH State Senate is erecting various barriers to speech, while using speech to articulate creative excuses for accepting ObamaCare bribes and future tax hikes, the Missouri State Senate just passed SB613. This act declares as invalid all federal laws that infringe on the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the […]

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Registration Absurdity – Democrat Operative Caitlin Legacki Registered In Three State’s At One Time

by Steve MacDonald January 27, 2014
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Our vote-fraud Rosetta Stone, sorry Caitlin I know you said you didn’t vote in New Hampshire, but I’m also sorry to say that you did because… …you are registered to vote in at least three states now for certain and someone knew you were not here in NH and stole someone’s vote using your name…. […]

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What does Missouri Have in Common with New Hampshire?

by Steve MacDonald September 27, 2013
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  In Missouri Obamacare exchange, BC/BS doesn't include key health care system. Health advocates stunned. http://t.co/UqBx7tQeOU — Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) September 26, 2013 KHN Patient advocates say the exclusion of one of Missouri’s top hospital systems from policies offered by the region’s biggest insurer under the Affordable Care Act could hinder treatment for some patients […]

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Missouri Nullification Bill Set to Become Law

by Steve MacDonald May 29, 2013

Missouri House Bill 436, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, has arrived at the desk of governor Jay Nixon, who by all accounts,intends to let it become law without any action on his part. When asked about Governor Nixon’s intention, a source inside his office told The New American that in an effort to avoid multiplying the several […]

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Louisiana Follows Kansas On Federal Gun Law Nullification

by Steve MacDonald May 7, 2013

Last month Kansas–those radical flatlanders–passed a bill that nullified a wide range of federal gun laws for weapons manufactured and sold within the state’s borders.  Holder and the gun ninnies were naturally put off by this.  (Feds no like when u nullify their unconstitutional power grabs.) The Missouri House has also passed legislation to send a message to […]

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It’s Time For A Smell Test (Update and Bumped – Democrats spent 1.5 million to elect Akin)

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2012

A Republican Candidate for the US Senate in Missouri said something stupid the other day. “It seems to me, first of all, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare. If it’s a legitimate rape the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down,” he said. Akin said later, in […]

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Obama…half-off

by Tom July 8, 2010

President Obama visited Missouri today, to raise funds for Senate candidate, and current Attorney General, Robin Carnahan. Yesterday, with one day left until the event, an announcement went out that the front-row seats, originally $250, were reduced to $99.  What a deal. What price will Paul Hodes’ stump-event tickets command?  I’m guessing less…if it even […]

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