Changing the Course of a Nation

Amendments

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    Constitutional Amendment #10

    This amendment is more about partisan wrangling over who will control the purse strings. It contains a mix of good and bad together. If you mix a good idea with the right amount of bad ideas, everyone has a reason to vote for it or against it. You will not feel the effects of this either way.
    If this amendment passes, it will guarantee that the Governor could never withhold any money we owe on our debts. It’s always honorable to pay our debts. Missouri should always pay its debts before it spends one dime anywhere else in the budget. That is the measurement of our integrity and demonstrates our sense of responsibility.

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    Constitutional Amendment # 6

    From now on in a normal 4-year election cycle, there is one March Presidential Primary, four April, two August and two November elections. There might also be other elections in some counties or possibly a statewide “Special” election.
    This amendment would allow early voting in ONLY the November elections. All other elections are not included. Additionally, this will allow very limited early voting to happen only if the legislature appropriates the money.

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    Constitutional Amendment #2

    This Amendment pertains to sexual predators. Everyone despises sexual predators. When children are the victims, it is even more despicable.

    On first glance, we all should have strong feelings about how horrible it is for anyone to hurt anybody, especially a child. This might pass because people think we can do something more than what we are already doing. However, we already have laws to punish sexual predators.

Events

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    Home Front by Cynthia Davis The Castle Report by Darrell Castle

    Marriage

    Posted on Oct 14, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – THEY LIED TO US! Most of you have heard the statistic that about half of all marriages break apart. However, those numbers are wrong. If false facts are being promoted and repeated, it is harmful to the institution of marriage.

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    Withholding the Money

    Posted on Oct 9, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – Amendment # 10, which is on your ballot in November, is more about partisan wrangling over who will control the purse strings. It contains a mix of good and bad together. If you mix a good idea with the right amount of bad ideas, everyone has a reason to vote for it or against it. You will not feel the effects of this either way.

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    Early Voting

    Posted on Oct 2, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – The point is that some people will vote “yes” for whatever is on the ballot just because they figure if someone wants it bad enough to ask, they might as well just give it to him…

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    Education

    Posted on Sep 24, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – I can remember many times through the course of eight years when we debated bills and I stood at my microphone asking the members if we are a state legislature or a school board. It always puzzled me when we would pass laws pertaining to how to run a school district…

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    Ballot Questions

    Posted on Sep 16, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – Voting is a moral issue. We owe it to ourselves and our government to take the time for thoughtful consideration before we cast our votes.

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    The Family Project

    Posted on Sep 10, 2014 | 0 comments

    by Cynthia Davis – On our show, Home Front, we get to hear from Glenn Stanton, Director of Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family.

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