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Stories from Saturday, April 13, 2002

livestock for 4/11 5b (04/13/02)
LIVESTOCK AUCTIONS FRUITLAND LIVESTOCK FRUITLAND, MO. -- TUESDAY'S FRUITLAND LIVESTOCK AUCTION RESULTS: CATTLE RECEIPTS: 860. LAST WEEK: 726. COMPARED TO LAST WEEK, STEERS SOLD 3.00-7.00 LOWER, 400 LBS HEIFERS SOLD 3.00 LOWER AND THE REST OF THE HEIFERS SOLD 7.00-9.00 LOWER. ...
Scout troop to hold pancake breakfast (04/13/02)
Boy Scout Troop 8 will sponsor a pancake breakfast from 6 to 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Trinity Lutheran Church fellowship room, 100 N. Frederick St. in Cape Girardeau. Cost will be $3 for two pancakes, two sausage patties and a drink, $1 per pancake and $1 for two sausage patties...
Art expert recognized for university support (04/13/02)
Missouri native George Schriever, a resident of New York, has been named the 2001 Friend of the University by the Southeast Missouri University Foundation. The award will be presented tonight by Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins, university president, at the annual President's Council dinner at the Show Me Center...
Teaching morality (04/13/02)
Value-based instruction gains popularity in schools ~ Southeast Missourian SCOTT CITY, Mo. -- Discipline referrals have been down and student morale has been up since Scott City Middle School implemented a character education program a year ago...
Static electricity posed as possible cause of fire at Cape Huck (04/13/02)
With only two witnesses and little physical evidence, firefighters may never know for sure the cause of a fire that destroyed two vehicles and melted pumps at a gas station Sunday. The most likely cause is static electricity, said Tom Hinkebein, a battalion chief with the Cape Girardeau Fire Department...
Character Ed. graphic 4/13 (04/13/02)
  • Teamwork Good choices Friendship Dependability Generosity Responsibility Honesty Respect School pride
  • Red House Interpretive Center work to begin in May (04/13/02)
    The Cape Girardeau Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission has just mailed fund-raising letters to nearly 600 area businesses and clubs and is soliciting volunteers to begin building the Red House Interpretive Center on May 2. A number of other events surrounding the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition are planned in May...
    River Campus board backs museum plan (04/13/02)
    Southeast Missouri State University's proposed museum could handle seven to eight traveling fine art and other exhibitions a year. More than that would be too costly, museum director Dr. Stanley Grand said Friday. Grand said the university would have to pay fees of $35,000 to $50,000 for a single traveling exhibition. Eight shows a year could cost $300,000 or more...
    SIDEBAR 3A 4/13 (04/13/02)
    SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS May 2, construction of Red House Interpretive Center begins. May 7, Missouri Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission meeting at Show Me Center, 8:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Among the speakers will be Jim Denny of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, state archivist Ken Winn, Silve Barker of the Mississippi County Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission and Jane Randol Jackson, chairwoman of the Cape Girardeau Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Commission.. ...
    Even losers win in Freistatt election (04/13/02)
    FREISTATT, Mo. -- Seven people ran for five seats on this small southwest Missouri village's Board of Trustees -- but in the end, nobody was a loser. Two of the top five vote-getters pulled out after winning seats, clearing the way for the two candidates who finished last to take seats on the board...
    Lipps' service (04/13/02)
    Scripture says the faith of a mustard seed can move mountains. Jerry Lipps and the Horizon Foundation are hoping that the faithful in Southeast Missouri can turn America back to Christianity. Lipps, 72, started a trucking business in 1952. Now he owns two other companies, Midwest Custom Warehouse and Liberty Concrete, all of which fall under the corporate umbrella of Lipps Inc...
    Metra confirms subpoena of contracts in license scandal (04/13/02)
    CHICAGO -- The computer rail service Metra confirmed Friday that federal investigators have subpoenaed its contracts with companies linked to a former lawmaker involved in the bribes-for-licenses scandal. "We are doing everything to comply with the subpoena," Metra spokesman Frank Malone said. He said it sought contracts with Universal Statistical Inc., also known as Unistat, and Midwest Compu-service Inc...
    Coal company's request to cut taxes rejected (04/13/02)
    CARBONDALE, Ill. -- Saline County tax officials have rejected a request by the state's largest underground coal mine to cut its annual property-tax bill by about $900,000, a move the company says is due them because of an oversight years ago. Lawyers for The American Coal Co. said Friday they haven't decided whether to ask the state Property Tax Appeal Board to review the decision, which they have warned may hurt their business and jeopardize jobs at the Galatia mine...
    Suspect injured in jump from overpass (04/13/02)
    ST. LOUIS -- A suspect chased by Illinois State Police was seriously hurt after jumping from a highway overpass in St. Louis. The chase began in Fairview Heights, Ill., about 10:30 p.m. Thursday. It ended on westbound U.S. 40 east of the Vandeventer Avenue overpass in St. Louis when the suspect jumped about 60 feet onto eastbound U.S. 40. At that location, eastbound lanes run below the westbound lanes...
    State attorneys general oppose federal no-call list (04/13/02)
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Attorneys general in all 50 states have voiced opposition to a proposed Federal Trade Commission rule creating a national list of people who don't want to receive telemarketing calls. In their comments released Friday, the attorneys general said any FTC proposal should not pre-empt existing state laws. The FTC is considering a national "no-call" list as part of efforts to change the federal Telemarketing Sales Act...
    Public funding for ballpark may go to polls (04/13/02)
    ST. LOUIS -- A group trying to force a public vote on whether the St. Louis Cardinals should get public funds for a ballpark says it has more than enough signatures for its petition. But there are hurdles left before it reaches the ballot. The Coalition Against Public Funding for Stadiums has been gathering signatures for more than six months. The petition would have St. Louisans decide at the polls whether the Cardinals will get the city's portion of the stadium funding...
    sacred selections 4/13 (04/13/02)
    The Rev. Mark Martin of Trinity Lutheran Church in Egypt Mills, Ill., submits some of his favorite Bible passages. Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strenghth. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint...
    religion calendar 4/13 (04/13/02)
    Today Benefit concert "From Cumorah's Hill" to be performed at 6 p.m. by the youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Admission is a box of macaroni and cheese or food that will be donated to FISH. Sunday The Rev. Hays Rockwell, the ninth Episcopal bishop in Missouri, will visit Christ Episcopal Church for the 10:15 a.m. worship. The public is invited...
    people in pews/rosemary davis (04/13/02)
    As an organist, Rosemary Davis has played in nearly every Baptist church around from Marble Hill to Cape Girardeau. For the past nine years, she's been playing each Sunday at Bethany Baptist Church, where she is also a member. This week, she played every night for the Hope for America crusade at the Show Me Center...
    religion briefs 4/13 (04/13/02)
    Episcopal church to confirm eight members Eight members of Christ Episcopal Church will be confirmed today by the new bishop of the Episcopal church in Missouri. The Rev. George Wayne Smith confirmed the members at the Episcopal Cathedral in St. Louis. Confirmands were Blaire Holmes, Josh Ly, Kay Murphy, Audrey Stanfield, Hannah Stepenoff, Ted Towner, Jason Van Cleve and Jon Walter. The group has been preparing for confirmation since August...
    Two unnamed suspects sought after carjacking (04/13/02)
    POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. -- Police have identified two suspects in a carjacking that started in Bernie, Mo., Wednesday and wound up in Walnut Ridge, Ark., where the victim was released unharmed, authorities said. The names of the suspects have not been released, and their whereabouts were unknown, said Ken Guidry, Walnut Ridge police detective...
    Crusade comes to close with its biggest crowd (04/13/02)
    HOPE FOR AMERICA By Laura Johnston ~ Southeast Missourian Terrorists didn't destroy the spirit of America when they bombed the twin towers in New York last September, but the nation could easily be destroyed by its moral and spiritual free-fall, a popular evangelist and author said Friday...
    city briefs 4/12 (04/13/02)
    Visiting nurse volunteer training sessions today The Visiting Nurse Association of Southeast Missouri Hospice will hold training sessions for volunteers from 9 to noon today and again April 20 at the VNA office in Sikeston, Mo. The volunteers help families care for their terminally ill loved ones. Volunteers are trained to provide companionship, respite care to patients and families, and to run errands. Other services include helping with office tasks, phone calls and card campaigns...
    Activists say KC slow to act on race crimes (04/13/02)
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Community activists and City Council members alike decried reports of racial intimidation in the section of the city that lies north of the Missouri River. But council members, several of whom are black, denied the activists' accusations that crimes against minorities in what Kansas City calls "the Northland" were overlooked...
    U.S. monitoring talks for release of missionaries held in Phil (04/13/02)
    WASHINGTON -- The White House expressed concern on Friday about two American missionaries held hostage by Philippine rebels but declined to talk about negotiations for their release, citing their safety. U.S.-monitored negotiations were being conducted by a group known to the rebels and the talks were at a delicate stage, senior U.S. officials said. The negotiators were not identified...
    Huge dredging project pits economics vs. environment (04/13/02)
    WASHINGTON -- Three feet doesn't sound like much. But when it comes to dredging one of the nation's largest rivers, those 36 inches equal a mountain of rock, sand and controversy. The Army Corps of Engineers favors deepening the Columbia River's 100-mile shipping channel along the Washington-Oregon border from 40 feet to 43 feet. The plan would allow huge ships that already ply the river to carry more cargo without hitting bottom...
    Cell doors pop open by themselves at new Maine prison (04/13/02)
    WARREN, Maine -- There's an unexpected glitch at Maine's new $76 million prison: Cell doors are popping open by themselves. Since the Maine State Prison opened in February, four cell doors in the prison's medium-security pod have swung opened unexpectedly, officials said...
    Nation digest 04/13/02 (04/13/02)
    Convicted Ohio rep vows to run for re-election CLEVELAND -- Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. said Friday that he will appeal his conviction on federal racketeering, bribery and tax evasion charges and plans to run for re-election. "I will not allow the government to get rid of Jim Traficant without a fight," the nine-term Ohio Democrat said. He said he would run as an independent in the 17th District...
    Christa McAuliffe's understudy to be next teacher to ride on s (04/13/02)
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Sixteen years after Christa McAuliffe and six other astronauts died in the Challenger explosion, NASA announced Friday that McAuliffe's fellow teacher and one-time understudy Barbara Morgan will ride aboard a shuttle in 2004. "NASA has an unfinished mission," Administrator Sean O'Keefe said during a speech at Syracuse University. "It is time for NASA to complete the mission -- to send an educator into space to inspire and teach our young people."...
    Sex abuse therapists, researchers fault church and society (04/13/02)
    BOSTON -- Every week seems to bring another awful revelation. It started in Boston and then spread across the country: Roman Catholics are accusing dozens of priests of abusing them as children or teen-agers. Lawsuits are mounting. Bishops are turning over priests' names to prosecutors. Priests are facing trials. And it's only the latest round of scandal since the mid-1980s...
    U.S. soldiers posed for photos with Lindh, defense officials sa (04/13/02)
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. special forces soldiers posed for photos with Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh, who was handcuffed and wearing a blindfold with an obscenity written across it, Pentagon officials said Friday. The disclosure could help support his attorney's claims that Lindh was mistreated while in U.S. custody...
    Boston Cardinal brushes aside calls for resignation (04/13/02)
    BOSTON -- Brushing aside calls for his resignation, Cardinal Bernard Law said Friday that he would serve the Boston Archdiocese "as long as God gives me the opportunity." He also offered his most detailed explanation to date of how the sex scandal engulfing the church came to pass...
    Dick Cheney High won't fly in his Wyoming hometown (04/13/02)
    CASPER, Wyo. -- What does it take to get your high school named after you? Becoming White House chief of staff? Secretary of defense? How about vice president of United States? Not in Casper, where townspeople have not exactly rushed to embrace an idea -- broached by a local businessman last year in a letter to the editor -- that Natrona County High School be renamed Dick Cheney High in honor of its most famous graduate...
    Gasoline costs driving up prices (04/13/02)
    WASHINGTON -- Sharply higher gasoline costs drove up wholesale prices in March by the largest amount in 14 months. Shoppers, hit by more expensive energy bills, spent modestly on other things. The reports released Friday suggest that the economy is hitting some rough patches on the road from recession to recovery...
    Scientist bitten during class on shark behavior (04/13/02)
    WALKER'S CAY, Bahamas -- An American scientist was bitten by a shark while teaching a class on shark behavior in the Bahamas, police said. Erich Ritter, 43, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., was standing with four students in waist-deep waters off the island of Walker's Cay Tuesday when he was bitten on the leg by what was believed to be a lemon shark, police said...
    Venezuela's president replaced (04/13/02)
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- Venezuela's military tapped a leading businessman Friday to replace former leftist president Hugo Chavez, whose combative rule was ended by army commanders after a bloody repression of a huge street protest. Pedro Carmona -- a figure straight from the economic elite Chavez had demonized during his three-year rule -- said he would hold legislative and presidential elections within a year to replace Chavez...
    Conference adopts plan to promote health of growing elderly pop (04/13/02)
    MADRID, Spain -- Delegates at a U.N. conference on aging agreed Friday on a plan committing their governments to promote the health and well-being of the elderly and to help poor countries cope with their aging populations. But the 44-page "International Plan of Action on Aging" contained no specific proposals on how to finance or monitor compliance with its recommendations...
    Treasury head- Extent of al-Qaida's financial reach remains unc (04/13/02)
    LONDON -- Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill said Friday that countries around the world have helped stem the flow of al-Qaida's finances, but admitted "we have no idea at the moment how much more there is to do." "The world has never done this before. We're on a mission without clarity about how large these channels of fund flows are," O'Neill said...
    Factional fighting breaks out west of Afghan capital (04/13/02)
    ALA SANG, Afghanistan -- Factional fighting erupted Friday in the hills just west of Kabul -- the latest in a series of Afghan power struggles ahead of a planned national council that will choose a new government. Meanwhile, south of the capital, U.S. forces seized ammunition caches and captured several al-Qaida suspects...
    Nepal rebels kill 54 policemen, civilians (04/13/02)
    KATMANDU, Nepal -- Hundreds of government troops took control Friday of an area where rebels armed with bombs and guns attacked four towns in western Nepal, killing 48 policemen and six civilians, the government said. Security officials on the ground, however, said the number of deaths was nearly double...
    Grief, confusion reign in refugee camp (04/13/02)
    JENIN REFUGEE CAMP, West Bank -- They know enough of what happened here to grieve -- but not enough to say for whom. In the chaotic aftermath of the worst fighting of a 2-week-old Israeli military offensive, wives are searching for husbands, fathers for sons, cousins for cousins. ...
    Suicide attack delays Powell-Arafat meeting (04/13/02)
    JERUSALEM -- A Palestinian woman blew herself up Friday in a crowded outdoor market in Jerusalem, killing six shoppers, wounding dozens and further complicating Secretary of State Colin Powell's difficult peace mission. After the bombing Powell's meeting with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat planned for today was postponed by the Americans, Information Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo said. It may be rescheduled for Sunday, he said...
    Whitney's big numbers just keep getting better (04/13/02)
    Mario Whitney has turned in some impressive athletic achievements in his three years at Jackson High School. He broke a Missouri high school rushing record this fall with 463 yards in a single game. It's now track season and he's in the business of reducing numbers...
    Central makes most of Chaffee mistakes in SEMOConference trium (04/13/02)
    CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Central took advantage of six Chaffee errors for an important 6-3 SEMO Conference baseball win Friday. With at least six of the nine teams in contention for the SEMO Conference title, every game is big. Chaffee (5-4, 3-4) took a 3-1 lead into the fifth inning, but Central (4-6, 3-2) scored two to tie and went ahead to stay with a run in the sixth...
    Kinsey shows promise in Indians' RB search (04/13/02)
    Corey Kinsey knows Southeast Missouri State University's football team is looking for somebody to fill the shoes of Curtis Cooper, last year's 1,000-yard rusher who completed his eligibility. Even though Kinsey made his case for the position during Southeast's spring game Friday night, he said his biggest challenges will come during fall practice...
    Improved Skyhawks look to gain ground in OVC race (04/13/02)
    Don't look for a typical Tennessee-Martin baseball team this weekend at Capaha Field. Coach Mark Hogan certainly isn't. "They're obviously playing a lot better than in the past few years," the Southeast Missouri State University coach said. "It's going to be a big test for us."...
    Singh finds fun in the rain, takes Masters lead (04/13/02)
    AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Vijay Singh carved up the tough, new Augusta National. And this time, it counted. In rain and muck that made the Masters a mess and kept Arnold Palmer around for one more day, Singh overpowered the back nine for a 7-under 65 and threatened to leave a world-class field in his wake -- at least for the moment...
    Edmonds' solo HRs helps blast Astros (04/13/02)
    ST. LOUIS -- Jim Edmonds hit two solo home runs and J.D. Drew had a long two-run shot, leading Matt Morris and the Cardinals over the Astros 7-3 Friday. Morris (3-0) gave up two runs and six hits in six innings. He was in trouble almost all game as the Astros stranded eight runners in the first five innings...
    Saint Louis University names Soderberg coach (04/13/02)
    ST. LOUIS -- A year after an interim stint as Wisconsin's head coach wasn't enough to earn the permanent job, Brad Soderberg on Friday took over the top spot at Saint Louis University. "There are no surprises anymore, because you never know from year to year what's going to happen. You never know from day to day," Soderberg said. "I had no way to know if I'd get another chance in a year."...
    A few gems can still be found on second day in NFL draft (04/13/02)
    NEW YORK -- The crowds at the NFL draft begin to thin out at the end of today's first round. By Sunday, the second day, the room is empty: no hooting fans with face paint and signs; no players posing with new jerseys and beaming family members; no commissioner dramatically announcing the next pick...
    Gordon stays on hot streak, wins pole for Virginia 500 (04/13/02)
    MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Jeff Gordon followed his best race of the season with his best qualifying effort Friday, winning the pole for the Virginia 500. The defending Winston Cup champion, just sixth in points after seven races this season, turned a lap at 94.161 mph under cloudy skies at Martinsville Speedway, the oldest and shortest track in NASCAR's premier series...
    saturday's briefly 4/13/02 (04/13/02)
    AREA MCKINNEY MEDALIST IN WGA 18-HOLE EVENT The play of the day Thursday for the Cape Girardeau Country Club's Women's Golf Association was low net. Winners in the 18-hole event were Vicky McKinney, medalist; Mary Jane Eftink, first place; and Priscilla Kirby, Janet White, and Catherine Weed, three way tie for second place...
    New construction, fan club highlight local track opener (04/13/02)
    Don't expect big changes at Auto Tire and Parts Racepark for today's opener, although track promoter Doug Friese said there are a few new features this season. The quarter-mile dirt oval track near Benton, Mo., opens today, embarking on its second straight season of racing after three years of dormancy. Racing begins at 7 p.m...
    education the fast way (04/13/02)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- He's heard it almost from the time he first pressed the gas pedal of a race car. Chances are somebody will say it to Daron Clayton again at the racetrack tonight. Daron, you have to slow down to go faster. "I know I need to," he said. "It's good advice. And I listen when people tell me that. It'll just take time."...
    Doctors to take quiet approach with 911 (04/13/02)
    WASHINGTON -- Fast treatment can mean the difference between surviving a heart attack or not, yet the typical American with chest pain waits two hours before seeking care. Why? "Because if you call 911, we send the Marines," says a doctor who thinks he's devised a way to get help to people without sirens, flashing lights and a sure trip to the hospital...
    Moving forward with God (04/13/02)
    A Cape Girardeau pastor talks about how he handles MS By Laura Johnston ~ Southeast Missourian When David Bragg began seeing blurs instead of clear objects, he scheduled an eye exam and asked his doctor to check the prescription strength in his glasses. He assumed the problems were related to middle age, not a chronic disease that would force him into leg braces, a wheelchair and require him to give up driving for a time...
    Kenneth Webb (04/13/02)
    PADUCAH, Ky. -- Kenneth D. Webb, 63, of Paducah died Friday, April 12, 2002, at Western Baptist Hospital in Paducah. He was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Susie Webb of Paducah; two sons, Terry Webb of Piedmont, Mo., and Greg Webb of Tulsa, Okla.; a daughter, Kim Beggs of Cape Girardeau; and a grandchild...
    Charles Stark (04/13/02)
    JACOB, Ill. -- Charles "Bill" Stark, 78, of Jacob died Thursday, April 11, 2002, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born April 30, 1923, in Louisville, Ill., son of Roy and Nancy Hammer Stark. He and Margaret Knupp were married March 20, 1942, in Jackson, Mo...
    Lorne Ury (04/13/02)
    ANNA, Ill. -- Lorne "Pud" Ury, 97, of Anna died Friday, April 12, 2002, at Union County Hospital. She was born Dec. 8, 1904, in Jonesboro, Ill., daughter of Eli J. and Olive J. Dillow. She and Frank Ury were married Dec. 23, 1933. He died Oct. 15, 1946. She later married Levi Ury Nov. 27, 1974. He died March 25, 1987...
    birthssat.sr 4/13 (04/13/02)
    Huddleston Daughter to Christopher Lawrence and Erika Lynn Huddleston of Sikeston, Mo., Southeast Missouri Hospital, 2:22 a.m. Thursday, April 4, 2002. Name, Keegan Elizabeth. Weight, 7 pounds 4 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Huddleston is the former Erika Merrick, daughter of Wayne and Debbie Jones of Bertrand, Mo., and Scott Crews of St. ...
    Cape fire report for 04/13/02 (04/13/02)
    Cape Girardeau Saturday, April 13 Firefighters responded to the following calls Thursday:At 4:55 p.m., an illegal burn at 420 S. Hanover. At 5:29 p.m., an emergency medical service on Interstate 55. Firefighters responded to the following calls Friday:At 9:47 a.m., an emergency medical service at 1939 Grandview...
    Out of the past 4/13/02 (04/13/02)
    10 years ago: April 13, 1992 Cape Girardeau Board of Education sends one part of budget cuts announced last month - elimination of one band director - back to committee for review; more than 100 people attend meeting, which is moved to Central High School auditorium to accommodate crowd; most of those attending support reinstatement of band director Mark McHale...
    Does county need consultant on new center? (04/13/02)
    It would appear our typically tight-fisted county commission has been struck with a rare case of bureaucratitis. The infection was caused by the juvenile center, the ailment that won't go away. The commission has been planning a new juvenile center for the 32nd Judicial Circuit (Cape Girardeau, Bollinger and Perry counties) for years, but the battle over how to execute that plan has been waged mostly over the past six months...
    Chamber recognizes outstanding teachers (04/13/02)
    Congratulations to this year's winners of the prestigious Crystal Apple, the award given to outstanding teachers by the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce. The five honorees will receive $500, but that isn't what the award is about. Nomination of these top educators is recognition of their commitment to teaching and helping students prepare for productive and interesting lives...
    City should pay for skateboard park, not parents (04/13/02)
    To the editor: I've been reading about building skateboard parks in Southeast Missouri towns. I think it's a good idea. But they've also been talking about parents paying for it. That, I think, is wrong. Instead of parents paying for the park, the city should take responsibility for their youths and pay for the park so the youths can practice and express their talent or hobby...
    Democrat leaders in Senate drag their feet on trade (04/13/02)
    To the editor: As the April 15 tax deadline approaches, Americans are taking a hard look at the family budget and reviewing what they owe, what they spent and what they saved. As you send your tax form to Washington, it's important for you to know who in Washington is fighting for you...
    Speak Out A 04/13/02 (04/13/02)
    Elect decent folks JERRY FALWELL is a great Christian American. We should listen to him and follow his preaching. Moral decay is ruining our country, and we must stop its progress. Christians are able to do so by not supporting candidates for office who support abortion. ...
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