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Entries Tagged as 'Decision ’08'

DEVELOPING: Nixon Law School Classmate & Current Boards & Commissions Director Reportedly Upset Over Her Authority & Curator Appointments

July 15th, 2009 · No Comments

“The governor-elect called me and said, “I need you.” Those are the magic words to say to me. When my assistant told me he was on the phone, I couldn’t imagine why he was calling. I knew him in law school, we were good friends at Mizzou and I’d supported him in his political career. […]

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Video: Political Contributions in the 2008 Presidential Race

April 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

Bryce Summary gives a brief look into his research on political contributions in the 2008 presidential race at the 2009 International Academy of Business Disciplines conference in St. Louis. Hat tip: iabdpress

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UPDATE: Insider “Republican” Blog Gives Scoop on Alleged Kinder “Feud”

December 17th, 2008 · No Comments

We told you yesterday about the fake feud story that was probably pedaled to FiredUp Missouri by “Rowdy” Rod Jetton and “Political Pygmy” Jason Van Eaton. Before the numb nuts over at FUM run with stories given to them by Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum(b), (you decide which is which) they should at least do […]

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Hey, Leave Kay Cronkite Waldo Barnes Alone!

December 15th, 2008 · No Comments

Looks like today is the day designated to beat up “masturbation counselor” and former Kansas City mayor Kay Cronkite Waldo Barnes: From The Source: Kay Barnes finally won something, and this time we can actually say we agree with her success. In today’s Roll Call, Stuart Rothenberg lists several awards for 2008 Federal elections. Among […]

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Video: Sondregger Interviews St. Charles County GOP Chair

December 1st, 2008 · No Comments

According to “O’Fallon Brent,” St. Charles County Chairman Tom Kuypers “admits” in this video that he rigged Congressional Convention to exclude properly elected delegates.  hat tip : OFallonBrent

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Video: Pollster John Zogby Speaks in St. Louis, Pt. 1

November 21st, 2008 · No Comments

WSJ “Numbers Guy” blog: Zogby’s Misleading Poll of Obama Voters Hat tip:ChamberPR

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Tags: Decision '08 · St. Louis

Video: Left Wing UMSL Professor Explains Why Sam Page Lost

November 17th, 2008 · No Comments

You mean running a horrible campaign, ignoring African Americans, and being a sore loser wasn’t enough? Hat tip: JoAlwood

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Video: Midwest Talking Points #8 (Part 1)

November 13th, 2008 · No Comments

Mindy Mazur and Ed Martin talk with Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan about the 2008 elections in Missouri. Related: Missouri’s Prop (C)arnahan: The ONLY Green Initiative to Pass Tuesday Hat tip: CharterMediaSTL 

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Video: Left Wing UMSL Professor Gives Opinion on Why Obama Won

November 13th, 2008 · No Comments

Dr. Terrence Jones, a “political scientist” (An obvious Obama supporter. Jones calls President Bush a “failed” president ) at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, deconstructing the factors he says were responsile for Obama’s win. Dr. Jones describes President-elect Obama as having an “extraordinary intellect” and “inspiring leader” with a “focused direction and calm demeanor.” […]

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Video: MidWest Talking Points Promo (Episode 8)

November 12th, 2008 · No Comments

Mindy Mazur and Ed Martin analyze the 2008 elections with a spotlight on Missouri, as they talk with Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan and St. Louis Post-Dispatch political reporter Jo Mannies. MWTP is seen Tuesday-Saturday at 1030pm on Charter Communications CCIN(Channel 3 in St. Louis), and On Demand. The show is also available in […]

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