We think we know why Democrats are so passionate about allowing illegal immigrants to become lawful and voting citizens. It’s because they need these people to replace all the babies and mothers they murder every year.
Senator McCaskill claims she doesnt request or accept earmarks but what do you call this press release from her Senate website?
“Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced $4.85 million in grants to six Marine Highway projects along the waterways of 17 states and the District of Columbia, as part of the Maritime Administration’s Marine Highway Program. McCaskill leant her support to the project, the goal of which is to expand the use of the country’s navigable waterways to relieve landside congestion, reduce air emissions, and generate other public benefits by increasing the efficiency of the surface transportation system. McCaskill supported the Water Resources Reform Development Act, which would authorize the Army Corps of Engineers to study and construct water projects to maintain navigable channels, and reduce flood and storm damage.”
The latest polls have Senator Blunt opening a small lead over secretary of state Jason Kander. This revelation that Kander took $25,000 in questionable donations and this very effective ad targeted to suburban “security moms” may move the needle further for Senator Blunt in the closing days of the campaign.
The NRA has poured just over $3 million on a campaignthat contends that it is Kander’s support of the Second Amendment, not his weapon manipulation skills or combat experience, that is mushy. The latest ad features a female speaker who holds that Kander’s support of Missouri House Bill 668 in 2009 translates to “Jason Kander voted against letting me defend myself at my apartment with a gun if I choose.” Read more…
In between taking care of his puppet masters in the rent to own industry, Congressman found time to pass this timely and much needed legislation for his district.
STL Post Dispatch:
The American bison has been designated the national mammal of the U.S. at a ceremony at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota. Congress approved the designation in April, and it became official Nov. 2, the Rapid City Journal reported. Federal lawmakers have called the bison — North America’s largest land animal — the embodiment of American strength, resilience and the nation’s pioneer spirit. Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-St. Louis, who has said he is a descendant of “buffalo soldiers” of the 19th-century U.S. Cavalry, was one of the supporters of the National Bison Legacy Act in April. Read more…
With all the talk lately of “rigged elections” and voter fraud, we went back thru our archives and found this interesting example of potential shenanigans in Bollinger County:
A reader recently sent this unsettling email to us. This should really be investigated and investigated thoroughly.
I don’t know where to start. I have thought I had seen this in elections that go back to the 2008 election of the county commission. It was easier to believe I was too wrapped up in the politics that my eyes deceived me, than to believe the ballots really did look like this! Now in the election this past Nov ( I have been trying since then to get it addressed) the candidates for the Republicans were darker than their opponents. The clerk assures me we will use a new printing company this year because of this. However this company has printed them for 20+ years and conveniently has the ONLY paved road in the county. How am I to have faith in the democracy process? How am I to trust the integrity of the system in place if I have no course of action to take that will give me confirmation. Here are the facts.
*Ovals were too dark for some candidates (That is what the machine counts!)
*The candidate was too dark
*The entire back for the constitution vote was too light
*Ink splatters on text
*Ink splatters in oval area
*Some were crooked on the page
*76 ballots were corrected with WHITEOUT corrections and not the removable sticker. ( no way to see original intent of voter now if audited)
*The tests was performed with sharpie marker. (this changes variables, I vote in #2 pencil) How is that an accurate test?
*The error was reported in the Marble hill dist, however I am hurricane and I SAW it ( discrepancy in the reporting)
*The old clerk showed me the process with absentee ballots and there was print quality issues there too
*The problem was different ballot to ballot, district to district.
*Upon inspection after the fact the new clerk sees it just by flipping through the stack.
*The wining candidates WERE darker on the ballot I VOTED ON! I knew it wasn’t my eyes!
*THEY WERE ALL REPUBLICAN not ever the DEMOCRAT!
*The company that printed the ballot is on the ONLY paved county road
*No one wanted to admit it was like this until I forced the issue with the sunshine law request to get a copy ( I do think the NEW clerk has made a big difference)
*What about the integrity of the elections of the past since you can see it on those ballots too?
How is that a valid tactic to bold face print some candidates but not others. We need to hold the quality of the official ballots to a higher standard. In situations like these it comes to light that we need LAWs to protect the public from these kinds of deceitful practice. Whether it happened by accident as they say or on purpose, Something should be done to ensure the integrity of the ballots for future elections.