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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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Jon Voight for President anyone?

During the interview Voight, reading from a prepared statement , appeared calm, deliberate and dare I say… well, downright presidential. It is apparent Voight is an intelligent, articulate man who loves his country. Could he be the next Ronald Reagan?

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“Professional Activist” Behind Washington-Lee University Decision to Remove Confederate Falgs

Mr. Brandon Hicks is quite the activist, having been a speaker at "Race for the Ballot," a forum against the homosexual marriage ban. Reports Pam's House Blend, "One of the kickoff sites is North Carolina Central University’s Student Union and Law School, which hosted a forum moderated by student leader of NCCU’s LGBT group COLORS, Brandon Hicks…"

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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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Why Vicksburg Canceled the Fourth of July – For a Generation

“A young girl, becoming weary in the confinement of the cave, hastily ran to the house in the interval that elapsed between the slowly falling shells. On returning, an explosion sounded near her—one wild scream, and she ran into her mother’s presence, sinking like a wounded dove, the life blood flowing over the light summer dress in crimson ripples from a death-wound in her side, caused by the shell fragment.”

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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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This Week in History: The Capture of Confederate Partisan John F. Bolin

The Civil War was a terrible time in our nation’s history and Missouri ranks third in the number of skirmishes and battles. In the foothills of the Ozarks it was especially brutal and the Charleston Courier accounts the capture and execution of Bolin by a vigilante mob.

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“Main Core” Data Base to Determine Who to Arrest in event of Martial Law

“There exists a database of Americans, who, often for the slightest and most trivial reason, are considered unfriendly, and who, in a time of panic, might be incarcerated.

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Andy Hall’s Obsession

Yes Mr. Hall is correct, it was a stupid and careless thing to write ( as is the case of most of his posts) but he didn’t retract his statement because he thought it was careless, he retracted his statement because he is a coward.

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