(Obituary ~ 10/10/18)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Octave Lois Lancaster, 76, formerly of Matthews, died Oct. 9, 2018, at Alexian Brothers Nursing Center in St. Louis. Born Nov. 5, 1941, at Bertrand, daughter of the late Lofton Kellick and Mary Virginia Peters Kellick, she had lived in Bertrand and then Matthews most of her life before moving to St. Louis. She was of Baptist belief...
(Opinion ~ 10/10/18)
The fake news channels of ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Slimes, The Washington Compost and now we find Google. Google is censoring our communications. And they are in the tank with the fake news media. And now we find out also that they have increased the numbers of the Puerto Rican deaths 50-times more than what the original numbers were, just to disparage President Trump. All we are getting fed on these fake news media shows is lie after lie after lie. And this is the Democrat party who has now turned into anarchist, socialist, globalist who want nothing but a one-world economy and a one-world religion. And they will do anything in their power to get it. This is nothing more than Saul Alinsky and “Rules for Radicals.” The ends justify the means. Whatever it takes overthrow this newly-elected President Trump and a conservative. It wouldn’t matter if it was President Trump or any other Republican. It would have been the same thing. They are nothing but a bunch of crybaby anarchists. And they are committing nothing but evil, social upheaval and violence. Be careful. Be careful out there because these people are unhinged.
Time for Republicans to fight fire with fire
(Editorial ~ 10/10/18)
Why do Democrats resort to mob rule? In the wake of the national disgrace following the confirmation of a new Supreme Court Justice, that seems a legitimate question to ask. Those gathering in protest, be it Ferguson, Planned Parenthood, immigration or a Supreme Court nominee, are not just exercising their First Amendment rights. They are a mob using bully tactics and bordering on the verge of violence. And on occasion, they cross that line.
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