Monthly Archive: September 2015

Sep 27

Faith, Freedom, LGBT Rights and Our Changing Culture

by Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) – The laws are changing, the court decisions are being handed down, the school board policy changes are shifting and the spotlight in the media is refocusing in favor of LGBT rights in Missouri and across the nation. And it’s all happening fast. From the US Supreme Court’s landmark …

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Sep 20

Confederate Flags, Race and Politics in Missouri

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by Mike Ferguson (Springfield, MO) – In the past year, racial tensions and violence have had an impact both in Missouri and across the nation. Some of that conflict has centered around the display of what’s commonly called “the Confederate Flag” – the stars and bars design that was a Confederate battle flag during the …

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Sep 06

Looking Ahead To Missouri’s Veto Session and the 2016 Campaign

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by Mike Ferguson (Springfield, MO) – We are less than two weeks away from the Missouri Legislature’s annual veto session. The big question in Show Me State politics is whether or not Republicans will try to override Governor Nixon’s veto of the “Right To Work” bill. This week, State Senator Bob Dixon (R) and State …

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