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Constitution Party Proves Jesus Wants His Followers To Butt Out Of Politics

The Christian god’s plan for victory for the Constitution Party is to have all good Christians take a long, hard nap in 2013, so that, unlike all the unholy voters who made it to the polls this year, they will be well-rested for the 2014 congressional elections. [...]

Republican Robots About To Invade Cape Girardeau

Whatever the truth is, we know a couple of things for certain: 1) This robot army doesn’t appear to be from Missouri 2) The onslaught of “robocalls” for Jason Smith is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 3, and continue into Tuesday, June 4. [...]

Archdiocese of St. Louis Fires 25 to Balance Budget, Sends Extra Money to Stop Equality in Maine

This year the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis in Missouri announced that its financial straits were so dire that it would be forced to fire 25 of its employees.

Also this year, the Archdiocese of St. Louis sent a $10,000.00 check to a Ballot Question Committee in Maine, to be spent convincing Mainers that [...]

For a Good Bill, Call Me at 207-SEN-COXX

The Idaho Senate shares the home phone numbers and addresses of its members. The Alabama Senate, Arkansas Senate, Iowa Senate, Kentucky Senate, Maine Senate, the Mississippi State Senate, the Montana Senate, the New Hampshire Senate, the North Carolina Senate, the South Carolina Senate, the Vermont Senate and the Wyoming Senate also share home addresses and [...]

Grassroots Ozark and Local Paper Break News on Uranium Mining Plan in Aquifers for 4 States

When the private-schooled, hothouse-cultivated journalistic son of a journalistic legend participates in declaring The Death Of Journalism this week because some newspapers and radio networks are laying off staff, I can’t join in. The currently dominating institutions of journalism grew from small enterprises run by whomever could get access to a printing press. The most [...]

Progressive Party and Green Party of Missouri Long Defunct. What Now, Missouri?

After the elections of 2000 and 2004, progressive activists in the state of Missouri were active in the Missouri Green Party and the Progressive Party of Missouri, organizing liberal alternatives to the conservative Missouri Democratic Party (hello, Claire McCaskill) and the even more conservative Missouri Republican Party (think John Ashcroft). We were happy to recognize [...]

A Permaculture Homesteading Experiment for Our Tomorrow

Earlier this year, before the financial markets went into their tailspin, Denny of Our Tomorrow moved to a self-built cabin in the woods of Missouri. Denny foresaw the current economic collapse and decided to teach himself the art of sustainable, self-supporting permaculture homesteading. Over at his website he’s been writing about his successes and failures [...]