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Petzoldt waives right to hearing on manslaughter charge (01/22/08)
Christopher D. Petzoldt, charged with involuntary manslaughter related to a car accident that killed his cousin, 18-year-old Jacob A. Weber, waived his right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday at the Perry County Courthouse. Petzoldt will be arraigned at 9 a.m. Jan. 25...
Airline proposals for Cape still under review by transportation department (01/22/08)
The U.S. Department of Transportation still expects it will be able to announce a decision on which of two competitors for Cape Girardeau's commercial air passengers will be awarded a contact, a spokesman said this morning. The proposals from Great Lakes Airlines of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Air Choice One of Farmington, Mo., are under review by department staff, said Bill Mosley, spokesman from the U.S. ...
Mehner appointed to state development board (01/22/08)
Cape Giradeau Area Chamber of Commerce president and CEO John Mehner was appointed Tuesday to the Missouri Development Finance Board by Gov. Matt Blunt.
Scott County budget dips into reserves (01/22/08)
BENTON, Mo. -- Scott County Presiding Commissioner Jamie Burger calls this year's Scott County budget "solid." "All in all I feel pretty confident about what we've done in this budget," Burger said at Tuesday morning's public hearing on the budget at the Scott County Courthouse. "There's always going to be unknown variables, but barring something unforeseen happening we're solid."...
'Killshot' takes aim at April release, according to IMDb.com (01/22/08)
Think you can guess when "Killshot" will finally hit the big screen? Care to place a bet on it? You might be facing some long odds. The latest word on the Web is that "Killshot" -- the Quentin Tarantino-produced movie based on the Elmore Leonard book and set partially in Cape Girardeau -- will finally be released April 11...
Events honor King's legacy (01/22/08)
Former Cape Central Middle School principal Frank Ellis and his wife Sylvia were surprised when their names were called as winners of the Dr. C. John Ritter Humanitarian Award. So instead of making the honor about themselves, they let the children whose lives they touched in the Cape Girardeau school system be the stars of the show...
Aircraft builder makes staff changes (01/22/08)
Although it is more than two years behind its original estimates, the company that hopes to build aircraft in Cape Girardeau hasn't given up on the dream and has new management in place to push the project. Commander Premier Aircraft Corp. announced Friday that it will switch the roles of four directors, putting Gregory Walker and Robert Tippens in the roles of president/chief executive officer and treasurer/chief financial officer, respectively, replacing Joel Hartstone and Claudia Horn, who had previously held the positions.. ...
Cape native to appear on popular game show (01/22/08)
Cape native to appear on popular game show A Cape Girardeau native will appear Friday on an episode of the syndicated TV game show "Who Wants to be a Millionaire." The show's publicist, Trisha Miller, sent out a news release Monday saying that 42-year-old Gina Steimle, a bartender from St. ...
Mo. Gov. Blunt says he won't seek re-election (01/22/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt says he will not run for re-election this year. In a stunning announcement Tuesday, Blunt said he had decided not to seek a second term because he had accomplished virtually everything he set out to do when he ran for governor four years ago...
Mehner appointed to state development board (01/22/08)
Cape Giradeau Area Chamber of Commerce president and CEO John Mehner was appointed Tuesday to the Missouri Development Finance Board by Gov. Matt Blunt. Mehner, 48, will take a Republican seat on the 12-member board, replacing James Hill of St. Louis, whose term had expired. Mehner's appointment is subject to Senate confirmation...
Crafting skills at the Career and Technology Center (01/22/08)
Last week, Zach Essner, a junior at Kelly High School, studied a house's blueprints. Applying what he had learned about bending conduit, he successfully wired a junction box with the help of classmates at the Career and Technology Center. "We had to mark the panel box up. It's exactly the way you would do it in a real house," he said...
April election filing deadline is today (01/22/08)
The April election filing period for many cities, school districts and other boards throughout Southeast Missouri ends at 5 p.m. today. Filing opened Dec. 18 in most area voting districts. Check Wednesday's Southeast Missourian for updates on who has filed in local races...
Study: Bootheel judges carry higher workload than others in Missouri (01/22/08)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Bootheel judges are handling more than their fair share of cases but are managing "it well under the circumstances," according to Circuit Judge David A. Dolan of the 33rd Circuit Court. "Down here in the Bootheel everything is working out well even though the studies are showing we need additional personnel. ...
Emerson to meet with area leaders Friday (01/22/08)
Area community, business and political leaders will meet Friday with U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson to discuss regional economic development and transportation issues. Emerson, a Republican from Cape Girardeau, will be joined by Mayor Jay Knudtson and Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce president and chief executive officer John Mehner for the event at 8:30 a.m. ...
Jackson school board to discuss course offerings (01/22/08)
Jackson school board to discuss course offerings The Jackson School Board will meet at 7 p.m. today in the district's administrative offices at 614 E. Adams St. The board will consider approval of a graduation date and of new course offerings. There will be presentations on School Board Appreciation Week and on embedded credit for science/agriculture and for language arts...
City prepares for possibility of winter weather this week (01/22/08)
Cape Girardeau Public Works Department employees were on stand-by Monday evening as the first significant winter weather of the season approached. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory early in the day for the overnight hours, predicting 1 to 2 inches of snow with the possibility of up to 3 inches in isolated areas. The advisory covered most of Missouri and Illinois...
Mo. Treasurer Steelman announces re-election bid (01/22/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- State Treasurer Sarah Steelman kicks off her re-election campaign. The Republican used the kitchen of her parents' home in Jefferson City to announce she is seeking a second term. She says the kitchen from her childhood reminds her of the lively political discussions that occurred there, where everyone's opinion was important...
Court: State must transport prisoners for abortions (01/22/08)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The state of Missouri must provide transportation to abortion clinics for inmates who want to undergo the procedure, a federal appeals panel ruled Tuesday. The state in 2005 tried to end the practice of driving prisoners to clinics for elective abortions. An inmate at the prison in Vandalia, listed as Jane Roe, filed a class-action suit. A three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with a lower court ruling in favor of the inmate...
Chain saw attack fans fears of plans for Springfield homeless shelter (01/22/08)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- The weekend chain saw attack at a central Missouri homeless shelter has fueled opposition by parents of a similar facility being proposed by the shelter's founder near a Springfield high school. Matthew Watkins, 28, has been charged with four counts of first-degree assault and armed-criminal action after authorities said he attacked two men with a chain saw and two others with a knife. ...
St. Charles may widen bar ban (01/22/08)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. (AP) -- St. Charles already limits new taverns on historic North Main Street. Now, that ban could be widened to include more of the St. Louis area community's downtown. The ban is part of the city council's effort to curb rowdiness. But the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a group of 11 nearby property owners petitioned last week for the wider zoning change...
Report: Embattled KC parks board member resigns (01/22/08)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City parks board member Frances Semler reportedly has resigned, citing the controversy over her membership in the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. Kansas City radio station KMBZ reports Tuesday that it received a fax saying it was from Semler, who was appointed to the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners by Mayor Mark Funkhouser. The fax said Semler has had enough...
Mo. woman, 72, and her two sons face drug charges (01/22/08)
ELSBERRY, Mo. (AP) -- A 72-year-old eastern Missouri woman and her two sons face federal drug charges. A grand jury this month indicted June Howard and her sons, 43-year-old Brent Sherman and 48-year-old William Sherman. All three live in Elsberry. U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway says the three grew marijuana on their property in Lincoln County in October. Brent Sherman also faces a weapons charge...
Carlyle Lake has success with first carp-catching venture (01/22/08)
CARLYLE, Ill. -- The first commercial fishing venture to remove pesky Asian carp from the Kaskaskia River below the spillway at Carlyle Lake has been deemed a success. Rob Maher, commercial fishing program manager for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, said that 60,000 pounds of Asian carp were harvested from the spillway in December...
Proposed fees would help fund sheriff's departments (01/22/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A Senate committee studying county sheriffs recommends charging people higher court fees to boost deputy sheriff pay. The money would go to the Missouri Sheriffs' Association to decide what departments would receive the extra cash...
Mother says she wrestles with guilt over baby's death (01/22/08)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. -- Sherri Lohnstein is seeking treatment while she wrestles with guilt and finds God, the 34-year-old told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch in her first interview since being convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the death of her baby...
St. Louis program aims to attract, retain minorities (01/22/08)
ST. LOUIS -- When Courtney Gibson moved to St. Louis two years ago, she relied on a newcomer's program with the St. Louis Business Diversity Initiative to smooth the transition: she made friends, learned how a highway project might affect her commute, asked around about where to get her hair cut...
Execution team's identities not sought (01/22/08)
ST. LOUIS -- In a story Monday about papers filed in U.S. District Court in Kansas City by attorneys for five Missouri death row inmates, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the plaintiffs are seeking the identities of members of the inmates' execution team. In the filings, the plaintiffs' attorneys argue they should be allowed to depose execution team members to explore their competence but that the identities of the execution team members would be protected...
Conflict keeps ethanol plant from incentives (01/22/08)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A potential conflict of interest involving a congressman's wife, the governor's brother and a state legislator has kept a new $82 million ethanol plant from receiving a valuable state financing incentive. If the politicians, or their relatives, don't sell their shares soon, the hundreds of other investors in Show Me Ethanol LLC could be forced to shoulder millions of dollars of additional interest to pay off the plant's loan...
Maine woman, 87, gets a sweet response (01/22/08)
JONESPORT, Maine (AP) -- When Elizabeth Emerson confessed to a newspaper that her only real indulgence has been an occasional chocolate bar during her 87 years, she wasn't prepared for the sweet response that followed. The 87-year-old Emerson was featured in a New York Times story about the impact of soaring fuel prices, generating letters from across the country, some with bars of chocolate inside...
Belt-tightening: Consumers pull back amid recession fears, businesses feel pain (01/22/08)
CHICAGO -- Economists and politicians can debate all they want about whether the nation is sliding into its first recession in nearly seven years. To Chuck Rizzo, the picture is clear. Rizzo was recently laid off from his customer service job at a homebuilder in Sarasota, Fla. His grocery bill is higher nowadays, and he can barely afford his mortgage payments...
Some food poisoning victims suffer health problems later (01/22/08)
WASHINGTON -- It's a dirty little secret of food poisoning: E. coli and certain other foodborne illnesses can sometimes trigger serious health problems months or years after patients survived that initial bout. Scientists only now are unraveling a legacy that has largely gone unnoticed...
Towboat hits sunken replica of warship in Mississippi River (01/22/08)
DONALDSONVILLE, La. -- A towboat ran into the sunken wreckage of a replica 17th-century warship in the Mississippi River, forcing the Coast Guard to shut down a 10-mile stretch of the river. The wreckage of Le Pelican punched a hole that pierced three fuel tanks on the towboat Senator Stennis on Saturday, spilling about 30 gallons of diesel fuel into the river, according to a Coast Guard statement...
King called 'champion of peace' in service at his former church (01/22/08)
ATLANTA -- More than 2,000 people crowded Ebenezer Baptist Church on Monday to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s commitment to peace and equality and note the importance of his legacy in this election year. "He understood that life is not about self. Life is about service -- and service to others," said Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle...
Study discounts theory on why poor kids are more likely to be overweight (01/22/08)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- New research discounts a common theory on why poor children are more likely to be overweight than children from wealthier families. Iowa State University researchers say their analysis shows that a lack of food isn't necessarily to blame, although they're not sure why so many children from low-income families are overweight...
Cuba's new parliament could reveal Castro's political future (01/22/08)
HAVANA -- The new parliament chosen by Cuban voters could ultimately send ailing 81-year-old Fidel Castro into permanent retirement. As results came in Monday, there was no doubt that voters in Castro's home district had re-elected him to the National Assembly, where he must hold a seat to be eligible to stay on as chief of the island's governing body, the Council of State...
Al-Qaida's No. 2 leader holds online 'interview' (01/22/08)
CAIRO, Egypt -- Judging by hundreds of questions submitted online to al-Qaida's No. 2 leader, it is clear the terror network's self-proclaimed supporters are as much in the dark about its operations and plans as Western analysts and intelligence agencies...
St. Vincent girls pound Kelly 53-20 (01/22/08)
The St. Vincent girls basketball team jumped to an 18-point lead after the first half and cruised to a 53-20 victory against visiting Kelly on Monday night. Courtney Besand paced a balanced scoring attack for the Indians (12-3) with 12 points. Jessica Welker added 11, while Lacey Siegmund, Brooke Brown and Elizabeth Rozier each had eight...
Jackson girls hit by point shortage (01/22/08)
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. -- It is difficult to win a basketball game on any level when your team has more turnovers than points. That was the case for most of the game Monday for the Jackson girls squad. The Indians finished the game with 21 turnovers and 25 points as they fell to Oakville 44-25 in the first game of the Martin Luther King Classic at Maryville University in St. Louis County...
Opening act puts Southeast gymnasts on brink of top 25 (01/22/08)
Southeast Missouri State women's gymnastics coach Tom Farden was hopeful that his team would break into this week's top 25. The Redhawks barely missed out when the national rankings were announced Monday, but Farden figures their No. 27 position is not bad -- for now...
Cardinals Caravan pulls into Cape (01/22/08)
Former St. Louis relief pitcher and current Cardinals television announcer Al Hrabosky says two strong pitches are all a closer needs to have success in the majors. And from what Hrabosky has seen and has been told, highly rated Cardinals prospect, closer Chris Perez, has two strong ones -- possibly even three...
Defending champ Serena Williams loses to Jankovic in quarterfinals (01/22/08)
MELBOURNE, Australia -- Defending champion Serena Williams slumped out of the Australian Open in a 6-3, 6-4 quarterfinal loss to third-ranked Jelena Jankovic today. Williams, who was unseeded and ranked No. 81 when she won here last year for her eighth Grand Slam title, struggled with her serve and made 36 unforced errors trying to combat Jankovic's go-for-broke game...
Blues encounter fifth straight loss, succumb 6-3 to Predators (01/22/08)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Alexander Radulov stood out in a game when so many played well for the Nashville Predators. Radulov had two goals and an assist and the Nashville Predators beat the slumping St. Louis Blues 6-3 Monday. "That was a solid game by Radulov," Nashville coach Barry Trotz said. "He's paying a lot more attention to detail and it showed tonight. He was dynamic with the puck."...
Dungy announces he will coach next season (01/22/08)
INDIANAPOLIS -- Tony Dungy is sticking with the Colts. Dungy announced Monday he would coach Indianapolis through at least the 2008 season and possibly longer before turning over the duties to hand-picked successor Jim Caldwell. Dungy, the first black coach to win a Super Bowl, spent a week meeting with his family, close friends and trusted colleagues while deciding whether to return for a seventh season with the Colts...
Pujols bans TV station from news conference (01/22/08)
ST. LOUIS -- Albert Pujols, angry his name was incorrectly linked to the Mitchell Report on steroids last month, banned a St. Louis television station from participating in a news conference Monday. Pujols asked Cardinals media relations director Brian Bartow to make a reporter and cameraman from St. Louis Fox affiliate KTVI leave the room where Pujols' news conference was taking place on the final day of the Cardinals' winter warmup...
Blood drives 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
Today Lowes Home Improvement Warehouse, Sikeston, Mo., 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday Perry County Memorial Hospital, Perryville, Mo., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Health calendar 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
n Angels of God prayer group: 6 p.m. in the Pastoral Care conference room at Saint Francis Medical Center. For parents who have lost a child of any age. Call 331-5146 Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. with questions. The day you plan to attend, call 331-5118 and leave a message for Father Augustine...
A rose from the heart (01/22/08)
A rose from the heart Because February is American Heart Month, the Southeast Missouri Hospital Foundation and Sweetheart Florist are offering free delivery of long-stemmed roses on Valentine's Day, with all the profits helping Southeast's heart patients and their families with medical bills, transportation, medication and lodging. For $20, Sweetheart Florist will deliver to anyone in Cape Girardeau or Jackson city limits. Deadline to order is Feb. 1. For more information, call 334-9254...
Trading places at the gym: Men and women could learn from each others' exercise routines (01/22/08)
Anything boys can do girls can do better -- well maybe just differently. When it comes to exercising, an invisible line is drawn in the gym between the men and women who work out there. Aside from a few exceptions, the group exercise classes are full of ladies twisting, stretching and dancing to a beat and a row of women man the treadmills. ...
Female fat phobia (01/22/08)
In junior high and beyond, the worst two words one can be called are "fat" and "gay." This is the conclusion of one of the members of a "fat acceptance group" depicted in an a provocative new film, "Disfigurement," that is premiering at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this week...
Lohan, Murphy lead nominations for Razzie awards (01/22/08)
LOS ANGELES -- Advice for actors looking to get nominated for worst performance: multiple roles help. Lindsay Lohan and Eddie Murphy scored multiple nominations Monday for the Razzies, which sort out the worst that Hollywood dredged up the previous year...
Patsy Harris (01/22/08)
Patsy Lou Harris, 74, of Jackson died Saturday, Jan. 19, 2008, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. She was born Aug. 13, 1933, in Millersville, daughter of Cody and June Lane Brown. She and James J. Harris were married Jan. 18, 1954. He died March 23, 1991...
Ruth Wright (01/22/08)
JONESBORO, Ill. -- Ruth Wright, 87, of Jonesboro, formerly of Wolf Lake, Ill., died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, at Jonesboro Health Care Center. She was born Aug. 4, 1920, in Kansas City, Kan., daughter of George and Clara Mae Hoopes Whinery. Survivors include four daughters, Clara Folsom and Edna Franks of Kansas City, Eva Strough of Anna, Ill., Ruby Smith of Wolf Lake; seven sons, George Coldren of Coronado, Calif., Kelley Wright of Haughton, La., Harold King of Iowa, Gary Coldren, Larry Coldren, Willis Smythe and Claude Smythe.. ...
Timothy Payton (01/22/08)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Timothy Cris Payton, 44, of Marble Hill died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Feb. 3, 1963, in Lorain, Ohio, son of Kenneth and Evelyn Wontona Razer Payton. Payton formerly worked at Fazoli's...
Mary Wahlers (01/22/08)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Mary L. Wahlers, 61, of Perryville died Monday, Jan. 21, 2008, at her home. She was born Sept. 18, 1946, in Perry County, Mo., daughter of Elmer and Irene Sewing Cox. She and Floyd W. Wahlers were married Jan. 30, 1968. Wahlers was a member of Zion Lutheran Church at Crosstown, Mo., its Ladies Aid and a garden club...
Georgianna Essner (01/22/08)
KELSO, Mo. -- Georgianna Clara Essner, 75, of Kelso died Monday, Jan. 21, 2008, at Fountainbleau Lodge in Cape Girardeau. She was born Sept. 29, 1932, at Kelso, daughter of Louis Adam and Leona Agnes Scherer Essner. Essner had been a bundler at Ralph Edwards Sportswear. She was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Kelso and its Ladies Sodality, and VFW Auxiliary Post 6407 in Scott City...
Elsie Davis (01/22/08)
Elsie Mae Davis, 94, of Cape Girardeau died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, at the Lutheran Home. She was born Nov. 19, 1913, in Fanning County, Texas, daughter of Martin and Elizabeth Littrell Carter. She and W.E. Davis were married July 4, 1939. He died in 1992...
Flora Garrard (01/22/08)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Flora Garrard, 96, of Charleston, formerly of Parma, Mo., died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Mo. She was born June 3, 1911, in Phil Campbell, Ala., daughter of Thomas Eason and Kate Moriah Howard Faulkner. She and Ester Wallace Garrard were married in 1928. He died May 16, 1965...
Reba White (01/22/08)
ELCO, Ill. -- Reba M. White, 84, of Elco died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Dec. 18, 1923, in Elco, to Loyie and Flossie Lessar West. She married Herman Miller, who preceded her in death. She married Jesse E. White Jr. Aug. 29, 1947...
Pansy Fitzgerald (01/22/08)
THEBES, Ill. -- Pansy Kirby Fitzgerald, 88, of Thebes went home to be with Jesus surrounded by her family at the home of her son Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008. She was born Dec. 31, 1919, in Alexander County, Ill., to Charles and Maude Jackson Prater. She married Brother Robert Ray Kirby Aug. 4, 1937, and they enjoyed 50 years of marriage until his death Nov. 27, 1987. She married Clarence Fitzgerald March 4, 1989. He preceded her in death June 6, 1993...
Births 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
Austin; DeBrock; McAtee; Browne; Fitzpatrick; Potts
Cape/Jackson police report 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
Arrest; Arrest
Cape/Jackson fire report 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
n At 10:14 p.m., emergency medical service in the 3200 block of Hopper Street. n At 12:45 a.m., emergency medical service in the 1600 block of Westwood Drive. n At 5:19 a.m., emergency medical service in the unit block of North Pacific Street. n At 7:32 a.m., an alarm sounding at 2436 Myra Drive...
Out of the past 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
The victim of a reported purse snatching in Cape Girardeau earlier this month has died; Alma Younghouse, 81, a retired schoolteacher, dies at Saint Francis Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized since the Jan. 8 robbery. Cape Family Television Ltd., which plans the establishment of a UHF television station in Cape Girardeau, has purchased a 60-acre tract on Oriole Road, just north of Cape Girardeau, upon which to locate the company's 1,500-foot transmission tower...
Clarification 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
Libertarian Steve Kinder on Monday clarified a statement he made about the issue of stem cell research in an article published in Monday's Southeast Missourian. Kinder, a candidate for the 158th. said he meant to say that he doesn't "believe in creating any life from any method other than the way it was done since the beginning of time."...
City spending plan (01/22/08)
Planning for capital spending is an educated guess at best. Cape Girardeau officials are putting together the annual update of the city's capital improvement plan for the next five years, as required by the city charter. The plan must be adopted by April 1...
Cape's shame is on full display (01/22/08)
To the editor:This is an open letter to Irene Stevens. Dear Ms. Stevens: You certainly are not wrong. You have accurately described the deterioration of the east part of Cape Girardeau. If there are any concrete plans to correct this situation other than vague, long-term goals and lofty platitudes, they are poorly publicized and rarely discussed. I certainly am unaware of them, and I daily read the Southeast Missourian cover to cover and always listen to Channel 12 news...
Ballet troupes not all the same (01/22/08)
To the editor:Thursday night's performance at the Donald C. Bedell Performance Hall on Southeast Missouri State University's River Campus was lovely. The sets and costuming were beautiful, and the talented dancers did a beautiful job performing Petipa and Ivanov's "Swan Lake." I find it misleading, however, that the ballet company is touring the U.S. under the name "St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre."...
Uneven playing field for salaries (01/22/08)
To the editor:Members of Congress get $4,100 salary increase. Scott County workers get nothing. Let's see. Who earned it? Level playing field? I don't think so. BOB TURLEY, Jackson
Speak Out 1/22/08 (01/22/08)
Hoover hogs; Right to be heard; Privilege to vote; Alternative education; A good investment; Getting the word out; Have no choice; Ethanol subsidies; No quick bailouts; Snooping public; Capitalism, socialism; Crossing the road; Soak the rich; Big drug companies; Avoiding sales taxes; Paying teachers
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