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In today’s veto session, the Missouri Legislature failed to override Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of HB 253. Whether lawmakers fell victim to misleading graphics or simply caved to external pressures is yet to be seen. Whatever the reason, fifteen Missouri … Continue reading
So Detroit filed for bankruptcy yesterday. One of the reasons cited by the governor as to why the application for bankruptcy was approved: police and emergency vehicles that are so old that breakdowns are common. In fact, things are so … Continue reading
This morning I was awakened by a text message at 2:30am. That isn’t necessarily odd, as my husband is a baker and is occasionally (ok, more than occasionally) at work at that hour. But it wasn’t my husband. It was … Continue reading
And the voter fraud continues… This morning I watched Polling Judge Michelle Brown hand this “guide” to two elderly gentleman, and stand over their shoulder while she “tapped” the correct bubbles to fill in. Yes, I have contacted the attorney … Continue reading
Despite the photos of devastation and families who’ve lost everything, union bosses still found time to play politics in the middle of a natural disaster. Crews from Huntsville, as well as Decatur Utilities and Joe Wheeler out of Trinity headed up there … Continue reading
When the St. Louis Cardinals made the playoffs, Missouri State Senator (Senate District 1) Jim Lembke made a decision. Instead of another political flyer, he thought instead that something positive and fun was in order. His campaign got to work … Continue reading