This one doesn't make the cut, unfortunately.It's Fourth of July weekend, and in the haze of the heat, barbecue, domestic beer, and red-white-and-blue buntings, it's easy to get caught up in ranting-chanting, "USA! USA! USA!" The founding fathers and a lot of musicians might not agree with ... More >>
Image sourceMichael MooreLast week Daily RFT told the story of Michael Moore, a local political activist who took the city of Kirkwood to court to protest what he considered the "unconstitutional" use of public funds to build a memorial for the six victims of Charles "Cookie" Thornton's shoot ... More >>
Image sourceMichael MooreBefore we get too far into this story, know that Michael Moore does not oppose the building of the Memorial Walkway in Kirkwood which commemorate the night in February 2008 when Charles Lee "Cookie" Thornton went ballistic and opened fire on a city council meeting, ki ... More >>
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