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A Tale of Two Criminalities: Why Ferguson isn’t a Black and White Issue

I have abstained from writing an article on the issue of the Ferguson, Missouri riots for a number of reasons. One is that I am in the Southeast portion of the State of Missouri, far from the violence and not able to judge the issue in person. Nor do I have any plans to go […]

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Americans “Fed” Up with Washington: Impeach Obama Movement Building

The issue of Obama’s “phone and a pen” executive order strategy is fueling an underground uprising. Personally I have noticed statistics that undeniably prove there is definitely a smoldering underground movement that is about to erupt in a grass-roots forest fire call for impeachment from the citizens themselves.

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Bollinger County goes “Outlaw Crazy” for Jason Roberson / Keith Anderson

On any given day the sleepy little Ozark Foothills town of Zalma , Missouri boasts a population of 122 people but once a year the population, for just one day, escalates into a booming town of several thousand people, thanks to the Rustic Lodge owners Richard and Vicky Dinkens and their summer concert series.

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Constitutional Amendment 1: Protects Corporate and Foreign-Owned Ag

Amendment 1 will not give farmers protection from Monsanto lawsuits; nor will it stop foreign-owned corporations from controlling Missouri Agriculture; nor will it protect farmers from restrictions put on us by ag corporations. Vertical integration and consolidation in the livestock production will drive the price up for the consumer and down for the farmer.”

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Local Editorial : Anybody but Moss

Using the N-WORD , manufacturing of a false badge, demanding action from a police department not in his jurisdiction? Can anyone possibly expect this man to be honest, fair or impartial?

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‘In America’ : A Special Independence Day Weekend Music Feature

This country was founded upon God and Guns , “and if the Russians don’t believe that they can all go straight to hell” and to many in nationalist circles I give you this advice , go ahead and praise Putin and Russian if you like, but if this is your choice, you can go straight to hell too!

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Detailed Account of Battle of Round Pond proves it was “Pay Back”

Guerrilla leader John Bolin proclaimed “That’s how I burn down houses” before shooting down one of the captured federal soldiers the paper proclaims that Bolin was “referring to the burning of his own house by Union troops”

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2013 Annual Report for the Opossum Creek Courier

Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 63,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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No Need for Missouri Flag Change

It seems that Missouri’s current state flag has done a good job representing our state for the past 101 years by representing our state’s history, heritage and people and besides it’s a beautiful flag, as beautiful as the State of Missouri itself

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Marble Hill goes “Outlaw Crazy”

Roberson and his band are among a select few performing artist that sound even better at their live shows than on their recorded material. The musicianship and vocals were tight and spot on

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