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Entries from December 2007

Those Darn E-mails Again; Top KC Official Probed for Sexually Explicit E-mail

December 20th, 2007 · No Comments

You would think someone who graduated from Yale would be a bit smarter than this! Anyone want to take bets on when Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson will be in Kansas City? According to the Associated Press and the Kansas City Star, “a top official in City Manager Wayne Cauthen’s office is under investigation following […]

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Tags: Kansas City

Missouri Media Hears No Evil, Sees No Evil, Speaks No Evil

December 20th, 2007 · No Comments

The Blunt Administration announced Wednesday the appointment of Alok Ahuja of Lee’s Summit to replace former appeals Judge Patricia Breckenridge. As our informed readers already know, Breckenridge was recently appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court to fill the vacancy left by the retirement of Ronnie White. Ordinarily, this routine appointment is something we probably would […]

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Tags: Media Bias · MO Supreme Court

MRP: Fear Factor: Nixon’s News Release Candidacy Avoids Tough Questions

December 20th, 2007 · No Comments

JEFFERSON CITY _ Fearful of having to answer tough questions about his support for illegal immigrants and other uncomfortable issues, Jay Nixon has resorted to waging a news release candidacy that was on display yesterday when he hid behind spokesmen instead of answering questions himself about his politically-motivated immigration plan. Nixon, who in the past […]

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Tags: Decision '08 · Illegal Immigration · Jay Nixon

Video: Sen. Talent & Presidential Candidates Asked If Young People Are Apathetic to Politics?

December 19th, 2007 · No Comments

Hat tip: meettheprez.net:

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Tags: Decision '08 · Hon. Jim Talent · Videos

Emerson’s Food Donation Act Passes House

December 19th, 2007 · No Comments

The Federal Food Donation Act, sponsored by Eighth District U.S. Representative Jo Ann Emerson, won unanimous passage this week in the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislation would clear the way for donations of prepared foods from federal food service contractors to non-profit organizations which serve the hungry. Citing 35 million Americans, 12 million of […]

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Tags: Rep. Jo Ann Emerson

Podcast: Montee Discusses Springfield’s CU Audit on Jericho Radio Program

December 19th, 2007 · No Comments

Hat tip: JackeHammer What was Susan Montee’s biggest concern about the audit on City Utilities? Could City Utilities be breaching the Missouri Constitution? What is now contingent on the citizens because of the audit? Do the audit suggestions have to be followed? Is City Utilities supposed to be non-for-proffit? What should take place in open […]

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