The saying “a man’s home is his castle” is a bit outdated. It originated at a time when the home was a place where people had private communications and stored their private letters and diaries. Today, people typically keep those types of communications stored on their smartphones.
There were plenty of jaw-dropping facts alleged in the article that lead New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to resign three hours after it was published by The New Yorker on Monday. But it was your quote that haunted me the most. “Taking a strong woman and tearing her to pieces is his jam,” you said. That is an apt description of his disgusting alleged practice of inflicting physical, mental, and emotional abuse upon the strong, independent, beautiful women he pursued. It is terrifying to think of a man like that wielding the enormous power of the Office of Attorney General.
In October 2016, and at a cost of $1,100,000, the Columbia City Council voted to expand Flat Branch Park and purchased the building and lot at 32 S. Providence. This property abuts the busy Broadway and Providence intersection. Flat Branch Park, located at Fourth and Locust in downtown Columbia, winds behind the Walton Building, which houses the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, a Hardee’s, and office buildings, and is a jump southeast of the newly purchased lot.
CLEAN Missouri, a group that received a $250,000 donation from George Soros, is circulating an initiative petition that, if passed in November, would radically change district lines for the House and Senate to make every seat in the Missouri Legislature (except seats held by minorities) a 50/50 toss-up.
It’s been more than 25 years since Missouri passed term limits. And, just as it was time for 1990s boy band star Justin Timberlake to be bringing “Sexy Back,” the time was ripe for Senator Jason Holsman to bring term limits back up.
Spring Break provided an excellent opportunity to take a break from Twitter. And, given that I’d reached a point where I was defending Trump’s tariffs, I needed one. The world still turned despite me tuning it out for the longest stretch in my recent memory.
Nearly one in three American adults has a criminal record listed in the FBI’s master criminal database. And a criminal record can prevent someone from obtaining employment. This pricey problem affects everyone.