I have had the privilege of hearing Liz Curtis Higgs speak. She has a powerful story, a story that shows how God can change the life of a person who is willing to give his or her life to Jesus.
Letters to the Editor
Mr. and Ms. Voter, you should want your judge even handed, to follow the law, provide “a level playing field.” No agenda. No liberal or conservative label to attach to the jurist you will appear before.
After following “Missouri Proposition D, the Gas Tax Increase, Olympic Prize Tax Exemption, and Traffic Reduction Fund Measure,” in the news and in some Letter to the Editor sections across the state, it appears there has been some confusion on how it relates to Special Olympics athletes and the medals they win at their competitions. The ballot measure mentions that a “yes” vote (among other things) “exempts prizes for Special Olympics, Paralympics, and Olympics from state taxes.”
I have lived in my car and I have lived on a tropical island, but 25 years ago I chose to live in the Ozarks to raise my family. My parents, Jim and Nancy Schmitt, retired to Steelville when I was in high school.
Another election is fast approaching, and we all need to do our civic duty and vote.