MO Gov Vetoes Abortion Waiting Period but His Explanation Makes No Sense

By all rights, my current state should be a solid red state, so why do we have such a liberal governor? According to what I have been told, Democrats run like conservatives and then rule as Liberals in Missouri. Governor Jay Nixon is certainly ruling that way. Nixon’s most recent spitting in the face of conservative voters was his veto of a bill mandating a 72-hour waiting period for women wanting abortions. Since I recognize that abortion is murder, I’m not happy with it being performed three Read more […]

George Will Wrote Basic Truth So the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Libeled Him & Canceled His Column

Did George Will actually imply that women get socially rewarded for being raped (and thus imply they desire this status)? The editorial page editor for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch fish wrapper (the internet cannot bankrupt these scumbags soon enough!), Tony Messenger, explained why they were no longer publishing George Will, in part because of “a column published June 5, in which Mr. Will suggested that sexual assault victims on college campuses enjoy a privileged status, made the decision easier. Read more […]

Parents, Whom Barack Obama Has Not Yet Disarmed, Shoot Gunmen & Rescue Daughter

Today, I love my town! From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Police say a 17-year-old girl who lived at the home was outside retrieving something from her car when she was approached by two masked and armed men who forced her into her house, using her as a shield. The teen’s father, 34, saw the men walking up with his daughter, got his firearm and fired several shots at them, striking both of the men as they entered his home. The teen’s mother, 34, also retrieved a gun and fired once at the Read more […]

Robin Hood Was More Practical Than Obamacare: Steal From Most & Give Little To The Poor

My local news paper, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, begins a health insurance story this way: Thanks to government subsidies, many St. Louis-area residents will be able to afford health insurance for the first time, beginning in 2014. And then the next sentence comes… …But the insurance they’ll be able to buy will offer a limited range of options. Which matches the headline: “New health policies will expose many to higher premiums, more risk.” I looked at my local paper because the Read more […]