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Entries from April 2009

Can We Have a National Conversation on the Definition of Torture?

April 27th, 2009 · No Comments

Remember when this was considered real torture? Remember the old playground saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me?” With the prevalence of the cancer of political correctness in our society, words have lost all of their meaning, and we’re afraid that in this case, it may result in […]

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Tags: Senator. Kit Bond

Speaker Richard to Appoint Panel to Investigate MIAC Abuses

April 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Hat tip: tcoverride Governor Jay Nixon, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and Department of Public Safety Director John M. Britt leaving the Missouri Information Analysis Center. “Getting information, especially public information, out of our fusion center out to local law enforcement agencies is what we do every day and we’re going to continue to […]

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Tags: Jay Nixon

Creeping Socialism. Et tu Brute?

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

If Speaker Richard has is way, we are about to witness redistributionism, not in theory, but in its glorious practice. The Speaker is proposing to “redistribute” $1 Billion dollars from Missouri’s “stimulus” money back to the people. So let’s get this straight. The borrowed and printed money Missouri is set to receive is going to […]

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Tags: MO Legislature

Former State Auditor McCaskill, Calls Auditing the Federal Reserve “Wacky”

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

The St. Joseph News-Press did a follow up story on a post we did last week on Sen. McCaskill’s recent “Kitchen Table” talk in independence. What we focused on in the post was the senator’s skipping and dodging of a simple request from a constituent named Paul Hamby: “Will you support a current amendment to […]

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Tags: Senator McCaskill

Roll Call: Steelman in No Hurry to Jump in Senate Race

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

Back in February, many Republican insiders around the state thought it was a huge mistake for Sarah Steelman to cede the entire annual Lincoln Days convention to Roy Blunt and his supporters, especially when Saturday night’s keynote speaker – Rep. Tom Coburn of Oklahoma – practically endorsed Mr. Blunt in his remarks. What a difference […]

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Tags: Rep. Roy Blunt · Sarah Steelman

Taliban/Nixonesque Pattern Emerging?

April 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

From hiring crony’s, to investigating Republican state committemen, to attempting to orchestrate the demotion of the leader of  the Veteran’s Commission, there seems to be a disturbing Taliban/Nixonesque pattern emerging here. “Jay Nixon and his allies on the Missouri Veterans Commission should be ashamed of their politically-motivated attempt to fire Brigadier General Larry Kay,” said […]

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Tags: Jay Nixon

Quote of the Day: Cleaver: “People of Color Missed Out On The First Industrial Revolution and There’s No Reason For Us to Miss Out On The Second”

April 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

“People of color missed out on the first industrial revolution and there’s no reason for us to miss out on the second.” –Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver One issue that you thought the libs would keep pure of racial politics is their pseudo religion of “climate change” “global warming” or whatever the hell they’re calling it these […]

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Tags: Picture/Quote of the Day · Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Nixon Touts Temporary Jobs

April 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

“Jay Nixon has never stood up for black people. He’s never done anything positive. He’s always been a coward.” – St. Louis Alderman Charles “Quincy” Troupe “That’s, unfortunately, Jay’s legacy.” –Former Senate Minority Leader Maida Coleman While we’re all for “investing in Missouri’s future” by creating 6,000 high tech summer jobs for high school and […]

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Tags: Jay Nixon · Kansas City · St. Louis

Talent: “Pentagon Cuts Are About Budget Pressure”

April 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

While President Obama and Roy Temple kiss up to dictators, Former Sen. Talent explains in this National Review Online piece, about the ever increasing threats in the real world! From NRO: “Moreover, in virtually every category of risk, the dangers are demonstrably growing: China has built a huge nuclear-submarine base. Beijing has been acquiring Russian-built […]

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Tags: Hon. Jim Talent

Poll: Senator Nodler Currently in “Best Position Among Current Candidates”

April 20th, 2009 · No Comments

“Gary Nodler is in a position to take a healthy portion of the very conservative vote while dominating the soft conserva-tives and moderates. Jack Goodman and John Putnam are limited to fight over the very conservative vote to win, allowing Gary Nodler to build a winning coalition across the entire primary electorate.” Click here to […]

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