The Time is Now: Charles Kinsey, An innocent, Unarmed African-American

25 Jul






The Time is Now: Charles Kinsey, An innocent, Unarmed African-American By Dr. Christi M. Griffin The tragic events of the past few weeks, the brazen police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and the response to the retaliatory killings of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, shattered the fictional image of a just […]

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The “Law and Order” Trumpty Dumpty

25 Jul






The “Law and Order” Trumpty Dumpty By Atty. Mike Owens The Donald J. Trump snot show kicked off last week in Cleveland, and to hear the GOP nominee for president tell it, we are in deep trouble. “Trouble” starts with “T” and that rhymes with “C,” which stands for Clinton, Hillary in this case. Trump […]

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Second Heat-Related Death Reported in St. Louis County

19 Jul






Second Heat-Related Death Reported in St. Louis County St. Louis County, MO (July 18, 2016) The St. Louis County medical examiner has confirmed the second heat-related death in the county this summer. An elderly woman whose body was discovered late last week died from heat-related causes in her home. “This tragic death reminds us that […]

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A Great Example of St. Louis Youth Training for their Futures

18 Jul






A Great Example of St. Louis Youth Training for their Futures Recently, we had a significant chance to see how effective some area youth from tough City neighborhoods had a chance this summer of turning their lives around. An idle mind often is the devil’s playground, so says some worried parents and their neighbors.  That’s […]

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Special Address: Coming Together to Find Solutions

18 Jul






Editorial White House Forward: In this week’s address, President Barack Obama acknowledged that the aftermath of tragedies like we’ve seen in Dallas, Baton Rouge, and Minnesota, can leave us struggling to make sense of these events. However, the President reiterated that the country is not as divided as it may seem. He said he saw […]

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Lt. Governor Peter Kinder Endorsed by 3 Navy SEALs

18 Jul






Lt. Governor Peter Kinder Endorsed by 3 Navy SEALs  ST. LOUIS, MO – Several former U.S. Navy SEALs recently showed their highly significant and respected support by endorsing not another Navy Seal, who is also running for Missouri Governor, but they decided to salute, Lt. Governor Peter Kinder for governor of Missouri, instead.  The diverse […]

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Professional Protesters – Black Lives Matter, No Road to Success!

18 Jul






Professional Protesters – Black Lives Matter, No Road to Success! By Rev. Rodrick Burton Thanks to voices and concerns raised by Black Lives Matter Movement through protest, the widespread use of social media, the 24-hour news cycle and cellphone video has placed the issues of race and police practice squarely in the national conversation. Tragically […]

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Is There Hope for Missouri: Returning Government to the People

18 Jul






Is There Hope for Missouri: Returning Government to the People By Atty. Mike Owens On the horizon there is some hope for Missouri voters fed up with the likes of Rex Sinquefield and David Humphreys, a couple of millionaires who have been trying to buy state elections. Since about 2008, Rex has contributed more than […]

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Senator Blunt Touts Passage of Bill to Combat Opioid Epidemic

14 Jul






Senator Blunt Touts Passage of Bill to Combat Opioid Epidemic WASHINGTON   – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) touted Senate passage of the bipartisan conference report on the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act. Blunt cosponsored the Senate-passed measure and, as Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, has led efforts […]

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Hate and Anger Won’t Resolve What is Ailing This Country Now!

11 Jul






Hate and Anger Won’t Resolve What is Ailing This Country Now! By Attorney Mike Owens I hate writing this. I hate even thinking about it. This is about hate, with a capital H. Louisiana, Minnesota, and Texas where lives were lost for no good reasons. The first two states, black men were shot and killed […]

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