Guest Post: My Night With the Klan, Part 1
December 14, 2015
Editor’s Note: This article from 1992 tells a remarkable story of one man’s brave visit to a KKK rally. The stories Lee present serve a cautionary tale: human nature abhors a vacuum. When leaders fail to lead, humanity cries out. And, to paraphrase Steven King, who knows what dread thing will answer. Bear in mind that this rally took place in 1992. George H.W. Bush was president, and the Golden Age of Ronald Reagan was only 3 years in the past.
7 Fascinating Results In The Missouri Primary
August 7, 2014
CORRECTION: My sincerest apologies for an inexcusable error in this post earlier. I erroneously congratulated my friend Martin Baker in the US House 1st District primary. I understand that Martin was about 500 votes short. I failed to verify information I received on the race, and I apologize for my irresponsibility. Well, this got people talking. (See the comments.) Yesterday was the Missouri Primary. Congratulations to Rick Stream and Jay Ashcrofton their wins in contested races for St.
ACTION: You Can Save the 2nd Amendment in Missouri *UPDATE* Senate Committee Approves the Bill
March 27, 2013
A lot of activity on the 2nd Amendment front. [caption id="attachment_13149” align="alignright” width="359”] The 2nd Amendment needs your help Wednesday, March 27 in Jefferson City[/caption] First, the Missouri Senate subpoenaed the Department of Revenue. This story tells you why. Second, I just received this urgent request for support from Ron Calzone: March 26, 2013 Bill; Missouri Senate senator Kurt Schaefer is on a roll… This evening (Tuesday) his amendment strengthening our right to keep and bear arms (SJR 14) was “perfected” by the entire senate.