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--Edmund Burke
   January 9, 1795 
The Most Important Message You Will Ever Read. . .
"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." - John 3:16 And Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth and the life; no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
- John 14:6

VOLUME 12  |  NUMBER 11  |  NOVEMBER 2002  |  ONLINE EDITION  |  (314) 965-5757





The Ultimate Pro-Life
Resource List

WorldNet Daily

WORLD Magazine

Focus on the Family
(Dr. James Dobson)

The Family Research Council

Promise Keepers
(a Christ centered men's ministry)

Concerned Women for America

American Family Association, Inc.

Family Shield Ministries

Eagle Forum - Phyllis Schlafly

(David Barton)

Thomas Legislative Information -status of House and Senate bills

The Rutherford Institute (defense of religious liberty and human rights)

The American Center for Law and Justice
(legal defense/religious liberty)

Voice of the Martyrs
(News about Christian martyrs around the world today)

Christian Coalition Worldwide

Jews For Jesus

Dr. D. James Kennedy

Insight For Living
(Chuck Swindoll)

Grace To You
(John MacArthur)

In Touch Ministries
(Dr. Charles Stanley)

The Bible Answer Man Online - Christian Research Institute
(Dr. Hank Hanegraaff)

John Ankerberg

Renewing Your Mind
(R.C. Sproul)

(Home School Legal Defense Association)

Ex-gay and Ex-lesbian Links

Exodus International

First Stone Ministries

Desert Stream Ministries

Testimonies of Freedom from Homosexuality

WWW Ex-Gay Internet Links

Homosexuality Ministry Links
  Missouri Ballot Issues
by Kerry Messer

From The Publisher

As readers of the St. Louis MetroVoice know, we are non-partisan and do not endorse candidates or political parties. Issues however, are a different story. On November 5th, voters in Missouri are being asked to go the polls to vote on six very important ballot issues that will effect their pocketbooks, their private property, how their tax dollars are spent and how they are to be governed.

Getting to the bottom line, the MetroVoice is urging voters to vote "NO" on Constitutional Amendment numbers 1, 2 and 4, as well as Proposition A and the issue of holding a Constitutional Convention to potentially rewrite Missouri's Constitution. We are however encouraging voters to vote "YES" on Constitutional Amendment #3.

The following is our justification for our recommendations for each of the six ballot issues, preceded by the official ballot language on each issue that will appear on the November 5th ballot.

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MetroVoice Missouri & Illinois General Election 2002 Candidate Questionaires

The following are copies of the six different, yet similar, candidate questionnaires that were sent to all General Election candidates within the MetroVoice's readership area in Missouri and Illinois.

Since there were six different questionnaires, it is extremely important that you compare the candidate's responses to the right questionnaire to see whether or not you agree with the candidate's positions/opinions.
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St. Louis MetroVoice Missouri & Illinois General Election 2002 Candidate Questionnaire Responses
by Jim Day

Below, and on the following pages, are the responses to our General Election 2002 Candidate Questionnaire from candidates running for elected office from the Republican, Democrat and Libertarian parties. Even though a few independent and Green Party candidates will appear on the November 5th ballot, we chose, for a number of reasons, not to include those candidates in our General Election issue.

The purpose of our questionnaire (which was stated in the cover letter that was sent to each candidate) was, " ...to provide candidates the opportunity to relate their opinions and/or positions on issues that concern our readers and the general public and to connect citizens with those desiring to represent them." Our cover letter continued by stating, " We do not endorse candidates or political parties and would greatly appreciate your participation in this issue by completing the enclosed candidate questionnaire and providing us with your photograph."

Candidates were given clear and concise instructions with a number of ways they could return their questionnaires and photos (U.S. Mail, fax or e-mail). Every candidate was mailed a questionnaire via First Class U.S. Mail. Only two questionnaires were received back as Undeliverable -- Democratic incumbent Senator Jean Carnahan's and the Illinois Republican candidate for U.S. House District 17, Lane Evans'. However, both candidates' campaign offices were contacted and faxed or e-mailed copies of the questionnaire and cover letter.

In going the extra mile, most of the candidates were even called to make sure they received the questionnaire and many were e-mailed reminders. We even extended the deadline right up to the day before we had to go to press to make sure every candidate was given every opportunity to respond.

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Missouri Right to Life/National Right to Life General Election 2002 Candidate Endorsements

Illinois Federation for Right to Life Endorsements

Missouri Farm Bureau Political Action Committee Endorsements

Illinois Farm Bureau Political Action Committee Endorsements

Missourians for Personal Safety Candidate Ratings

Our Lady's Inn Fund Raising Dinner Auction November 8

Pornography Awareness Week Set For Oct. 27 through Nov. 3

The History of Missouri's Constitution

Why I'm Not a Conservative, Libertarian or a Liberal

Seek His Presence Missions Event Set for Nov. 8 and 9

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