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The Extensive Problem of Election Fraud

Ed Feulner,  “Vote early and often,” the old joke goes. Though the latest voter-fraud news out of Colorado is no laughing matter. According to CBS4 in Denver: “An ongoing CBS4 voter fraud investigation has uncovered a dozen cases where Coloradans are suspected of voting twice. Previous CBS4 Investigations revealed ballots cast in the names of Coloradans who had

Missouri ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill Defeated In House Committee Vote

Missouri’s so-called religious freedom bill may be dead for this year. The amendment to the state Constitution would have protected people who didn’t want to provide services related to same-sex marriages, including clerks, clergy and businesses. Wednesday’s 6-6 vote by a House committee stopped the measure from advancing, The Associated Press reports. Three Republicans joined

$1.75B federal satellite intelligence center to be built in St. Louis

The federal government announced Friday a satellite intelligence facility that employs about 3,000 people will remain in St. Louis instead of moving to Illinois. The announcement, heralded by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and other local, state and federal elected officials, means a new construction project worth about $1 billion and another $750 million in equipment