Saturday, December 15, 2018

Breaking: Greitens Accuser Admits Photo Session May Have Been A “Dream”

One of the most contentious issues in the State of Missouri's case against Gov. Eric Greitens has been the whereabouts of an incriminating photo that he is alleged to have taken and disseminated. A deposition...

Breaking: State Rep Files Complaint Against Greitens Prosecutor

Marine Corps veteran Paul Curtman, a state representative from eastern Missouri, is preparing for battle once more, this time against the St. Louis prosecutor who chose to put Republican Gov. Eric Greitens on trial....

Greitens Attorney to House Committee: “There Is No Photograph”

In a lengthy and impressively lucid letter to Rep. Jay Barnes, chairman of the House Special Investigative Committee on the Greitens affair, Attorney Ed Dowd writes, "This matter is almost entirely about the alleged...

Greitens’ Prosecutors Admit “Egregious Mistakes,” Face Dismissal of Case

Two separate Associated Press reports on the criminal investigation into Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens use the word "egregious," each in a slightly different context. No matter how exactly Chief Trial Assistant Robert Dierker used...

15 Months Into Campus Carry, KU Reports First Teeny Violation

Some 15 months into the University of Kansas's "controversial" campus carry law, the Lawrence Journal-World inquired to see how many violations had been reported. LJW reporter Sara Shepherd found one. That violation was reported Oct....

Breaking: ISIS Wannabe Charged in Proposed KC Terror Plot

  Robert Lorenzo Hester, Jr., a/k/a "Mohammed Junaid Al Amreeki," a/k/a "Junaid Muhammad," a./k/a "Rabbani Junaid Muhammad," a/k/a "Rami Talib." a/k/a"Ali Taleb Muhammad," was charged Sunday in United States District Court with attempting to provide...
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Suspends Columnist for Supporting NRA

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch suspended a conservative editorialist over a column that pointed out media bias on gun control. In the column, Stacy Washington took issue with a University of Missouri journalism professor who argued the National...

Saudi Billionaire Busted for Corruption Helped Obama Get Into Harvard

The New York Times has reported that billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was arrested on Saturday night along with at least 10 other princes, four ministers and ten former ministers. What the New York...

Missouri Senate Candidate Tony Monetti Has Unusual Background

On Monday, May 8, Tony Monetti, a Republican from Warrensburg, will be announcing his candidacy for the U.S. Senate on the steps of the historic Truman Courthouse in Independence at 7 p.m. He will do...
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Planned Parenthood pressures 96.5 The Buzz into dropping Advice & Aid advertising

Kansas City radio station 96.5, “The Buzz,” shut down an advertising campaign the station had contracted with Advice & Aid Pregnancy Centers after pro-abortion extremists from Planned Parenthood Great Plains took issue with the...

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