FEC Sues the Club for Growth

The Federal Election Commission chose to ignore the billionaire George Soros’s funding of MoveOn and other liberal groups and instead target a grass roots organization. Interestingly the first lawsuit is against an organization that has criticized Senator McCain on many issues. If there’s any remaining doubt that McCain-Feingold was really intended to further entrench big […]

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Chief Justice Rehnquist dies at home

Chief Justice Rehnquist dies at home Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist died this evening at his home in suburban Virginia, said Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg. A statement from the spokeswoman said he was surrounded by his three children when he died in Arlington. “The Chief Justice battled thyroid cancer since being diagnosed last October […]

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Your government failed you

In “Your government failed you” NeoWayland at Pagan Vigil “can’t help but notice some things.: First, there is almost a universal condemnation of government, in particular the Federal government, for failing to meet what was promised. First in terms of flood control and levee construction, and then in disaster response. Second, the only long term […]

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MSSU and MSU announce assistance to displaced students

Missouri Southern News JOPLIN, MO (SNS) – Missouri Southern State University announced today several provisions to help students in the Gulf Coast region displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Other colleges and universities in Missouri and across the country are making efforts to assist as many as 75,000 students displaced.

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Do you know what it means

Consider a contribution to the Salvation Army relief efforts. If you can’t afford a financial contribution, consider an in-kind contribution to your local Salvation Army Thrift Store. Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans Beignets And miss it each night and day Court of Two Sisters I know I’m not wrong… this […]

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