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jdb 1 year, 2 months ago on Man convicted in farm murder seeks release

Once again ANOTHER case of prosecutorial misconduct by Kenny Hulshof. This makes three! If there is a three strikes and you are out for criminals, why does this not apply to prosecutors? Hulshof should be jailed for what he has done. He should also be held financially responsible for the costs the state has incurred defending the three murder cases he has rigged.

At the very least, Hulshof should have his law license revoked. Why is Hulshof still allowed to practice law in this state?

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jdb 1 year, 2 months ago on Waitress fired for posting customer comment online

My reply was intended for JCLifer. Waiting tables and tending bar is not an easy job. It is not a skillless job either.

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jdb 1 year, 3 months ago on Strong feelings on both sides of St. Louis area Wal-Mart project

I had thought my previous post was self explanatory, but I will do state it again......

Slave wages are wages for a full time job that make someone elligible for food stamps. I am not referring to wages for part time teenagers. I am talking about full grown adults with a family to support. As for the scenarios that you describe, your true story about the 17 year-old is just one person of the multitude of workers of Wal-Mart. I have never seen a worker at Wal-Mart with a tattoo on their face. Then again, I rarely shop at Mall-Wart because they are an evil corporation that has destroyed Main Street USA. Downtown Jefferson City is a prime example of how Mall-Wart has closed so many mom and pop shops.

The original intent of my post was to state subsidizing Wal-Mart is wrong. It amounts to corporate welfare for a corporation that does not need the money.

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jdb 1 year, 3 months ago on Strong feelings on both sides of St. Louis area Wal-Mart project

Corporate welfare for a corporation that pays slaves wages that makes their employees eligible for food stamps...........

Sounds like a great idea.

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jdb 1 year, 3 months ago on Mo. attorney general to retry man in farm slaying

I agree entirely! If this were a one time occurrence it could be considered to be a mistake by the prosecutor, but this is the THIRD first degree murder charge prosecuted by Kenny Hulshof that has been overturned. Hulshoff should be doing time for the three people he railroaded. If Kenny is allowed to walk the street, he should do so without a law license. And to think he was the Republican's candidate for governor...........

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jdb 1 year, 4 months ago on Mo. mother of suspect in robbery attempt turns son in

So you draw the line at murder? What if the robbery had been successful? Would you have turned your son in then? What if the clerk had been shot? Would you have turned your son in then? Would you let your son run wild until they murdered someone and THEN turn them in?

Maybe you did not see the TV news report from Kansas City. The mother who turned her son in stated the 15 year old boy was out of control and had not been living at home because he felt she was being to strict on him. She also said she had to trick her son into getting in the car. So how do you propose she discipline him if he has run away from home? Even though he is not living at home she can still be held liable for his actions. The child is 15 and unless he has a prior history, he can be handled by the juvenile authorities. A little time in juvenile detention will do him some good. If he has priors, then it is time he learned his lesson.

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jdb 1 year, 4 months ago on Abbreviated checkpoints still net 19 violations

Not_Sure, The sobriety checkpoints I have been through have been set up where there is limited access for vehicles to enter or exit the area leading up to checkpoint. The cops also monitor the approaching area to make sure drivers do not try to evade the checkpoint. That is why I proposed the five minute window.

Ever been through a sobriety checkpoint? Each person is assumed to have been drinking. The cops ask you if you have been drinking and sometimes those drivers are asked to prove that they are not under the influence. Why should it be any different with cell phone users? Cell phone users, especially texters are more dangerous than drunk drivers.

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jdb 1 year, 4 months ago on Abbreviated checkpoints still net 19 violations

Graceful, if you were to argue that the benefits of prohibition were worth the costs to our government and society, you would be the only person I have ever encountered who argued that point.

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jdb 1 year, 4 months ago on Abbreviated checkpoints still net 19 violations

Graceful, you stated, " That doesn not change the fact that supply was reduced, the price increased and that as a consequence consumption was reduced."

Fact? Do you have a reliable source for that fact?

More importantly, are you trying to tell me that prohibition was a success?

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