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Steps in the Right Direction
John Burl Smith
The other day several seemingly unrelated thoughts occurred to me, and after a lengthy consideration, I had an epiphany. I use the term epiphany to describe that mental evolution because the outcome, which began as follows, provided unexpected clarity. The first startling fact came as I learned January 6—the day of the Capitol insurrection—is observed as a church festival day commemorating the first manifestation of the Magi—Christ—to the Gentiles and in the Eastern Orthodox Church the date commemorates the baptism of Christ. Also epiphany, in its modern context, indicates an appearance, manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something; an intuitive grasp of reality through something as simple, yet striking, as an everyday event).
Next, in thinking about my last post “Totally Unimpressed with Jaime Harrison” and my exasperation with the Chairman’s lack of a sense of urgency, I was baffled by his muted response to the Republican insurrection on 1/6. His lackadaisical effort since taking the helm of the Democratic Party has created doubt up and down the ranks of democrats in the field on the ground in states like Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin and Kentucky. Grassroots organizers are beginning to feel abandoned, because the party is not providing early resources or direction for the upcoming battle in 2022. The problem for such grassroots operatives in such states is they are already experiencing “out of pocket” expenses, trying to set up and get things in place ahead of what will be trench warfare, leading up to the crucially important November 2022 Congressional elections.
Having been involved in Democratic Party politics since walking door to door with my mother, Mrs. Willie May Gray, in the 1950s, and coordinating several successful grassroots campaigns for Congress and state legislative positions in in the 1970s and 80s, Chairman Harrison seemed to be unaware of lessons learned and disaster that occurred when the party did not support local effort timely. He seemed to believe hiding out at headquarters, wearing a meme of Pres. Biden for visitors, will generate sufficient financial support for first time candidates and street organizers once the battle starts in 2022; too little too late lose many winnable races!! The Democratic Party is currently raising money, building up its war chest, but sitting on dollars in a Headquarters easy chair want cushion losses in November 2022. It will spend hundreds of millions on media ads, which will not speak to inner city populations, who make up the bulk of Democratic Party. Stepping in that direction, the fight may be over before bullets reach the frontline where they are needed. Currently the chairman seems to be devoid of any understanding of the obligation to attract young voters and fund their street and door to door efforts now, rather than depending on local operation to hold the fort until the cavalry arrives late in 2022. Such reluctance or recalcitrance is a step in the wrong direction.
Then while reading for consolation, I encountered Isaiah 32: 9-11, “Rise up, ye woman that are at ease: hear my voice, ye careless daughters: give ear unto my speech. Many days and years ye shall be troubled, ye careless women: for the vintage shall fail, the gathering shall not come. Trouble, ye women that are at ease; strip you, and make bare, and grid sackcloth upon your loins.” Most may ask, what has this to do with politics? I answer, the challenge back then is the same as today, when men fail to lead and busied themselves with intrigue, piling up wealth and power, while robbing children, the poor and dispossessed. The days of women sitting back and following the “strong man,” like Kyrsten Sinema behind Joe Manchin, ended when women began “burning bars” in the 1970s. Back then women, like my mother, began stepping up, pointing the black community in the right direction and not following men without any idea what it meant to lead. They demanded then, as they must now, that men lead, follow or get out of the way of progress!!
The next steps in the right direction were reflected in a little noticed article by Houston Keene, aired on, of all places, FOX NEWS, “National Archives' racism task force says own Rotunda example of ‘structural racism,’ knocks Founding Fathers.” This article detailed demands for changes in the Archives’ own Rotunda—which houses the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights—as examples of “structural racism” as well as, the Founding Fathers and other White, historically impactful Americans are portrayed “too positively.” The report completed in April and released this month has drawn little to no notice among U.S.’s top librarians. The task force’s critiques “unequivocally” shows the “impacts” of how “structural racism” at the National Archives and Records Administration’s (NARA) affect employees’ interaction with each other, customers and the historical records themselves.
Examples of “structural racism” includes “legacy descriptions that use racial slurs and harmful language” to describe BIPOC communities—Black, Indigenous and other People of Color], women, and other communities—which includes actual racial slurs alongside terms such as”elderly,” “handicapped” and “illegal alien.” Additionally, the National Archives’ Rotunda categorizes and “lauds wealthy White men in the nation’s founding, while marginalizing BIPOC, as examples of “structural racism.” The task force suggests ways to “reimagine the Rotunda,” by presenting theatrical performance to reflect the Arts—plays, concerts, exhibits, dance—in spaces that invite dialogue about ways the United States has mythologized the “founding era and whiteness.” The report also called for "trigger warnings" to "alert audiences of content that may cause intense physiological and psychological symptoms."
The task force wants to change language on OurDocuments.gov, a website of American “milestone documents”—the Constitution and Declaration of Independence—making them less celebratory of Americans, like Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson. “OurDocuments.gov features transcripts and historical context of ‘100 milestone documents of American history,’ while excessively lauding “White, wealthy men,” giving 24 entries of Jefferson, as a ‘visionary’ who took ‘vigorous action’ to strengthen the ‘will of the nation to expand westward.’ The plan does not mention his policy of westward expansion forcing Native People off their ancestral land and encouraging ongoing colonial violence, while laying the groundwork for further atrocities like Pres. Andrew Jackson’s 1830 Indian Removal Act, known among native People as the “Trail of Tears.”
The step that brought everything together for me as an epiphany occurred on Friday (6-19-21), as AG Merrick Garland stepped to the podium, flanked by Kristen Clarke, head of DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta, and Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Pamela Karlan, and gave crystalline clarity to all of my previous thought, experiences and concerns. He left no doubt that this DOJ tandem would act as no others before their daring attempt. I for one fought exceedingly hard for their confirmation and AG Garland’s statement vindicated the hopes of all who fought to make Pres. Biden’s choices are so monumental.
Suing Georgia for “voting rights violations,” assured Americans and the world, the DOJ is a partner in the trenches, fighting to save America’s democracy. The battle for Congress in November 2022 will still not be fought on as level a battlefield, so the Chairman of the Democratic Party must stand up and be counted, on the frontline and not back at base camp on coffee break. Going into this battle thinking as Kyrsten Sinema, based on faulty logic, she refuses to end the filibuster. Her defeatist cowardly fears of what Republicans will do when they gain power again, means she is afraid of the ghost of a dying party. The American people do not trust the insurrectionists Republicans, and will not trust them with power until they repudiate the 1/6 insurrection and purge all insurrectionists that voted not to hold Donald Trump and his insurrectionists responsible. That is a necessary step in the right direction; Sinema is afraid of the Republican ghost. I’m not! I’m from Riverside in Memphis Tn. And we didn’t go looking, but when a fight came we never ran. We had a saying, “If you’re scared, call the police, if you think somebody will protect you!!”
Law and Murder in America
John Burl Smith

As a supporter of the National Day of Prayer and Protest on May 8th, the Saturday on before Mother’s Day, groups like Black Live Matter, Movement for Black Live, The Squad, Mothers Against Gun Violence, NAACP, Urban League, the National Action Network and many others are calling on Americans to pray for victims of gun violence and protest the refusal of Congress to enact meaningful gun control legislation to end the epidemic of mass shooting, and the wanton policing killing of unarmed Black people. We are coming together to not only raise our voices and march, but gather in churches, parks and homes to mourn and commemorate the huge toll of over 12,400 women, men and children who were killed, as a result of gun violence in the United States thus far in 2021 alone.

An admonition from the last chapter of Ecclesiastes says; “Remember now thy creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor thy years draw nigh, when thou shalt say; I have no pleasure in them.” These words have little meaning or resonance for those “diehards,” who are totally committed to the past. They find no pleasure in or concern for the present. They see history through the rearview mirror, while speeding ahead to build roadblocks to stop the changes those who will live in today’s tomorrow, which they want to mimic their grandfather’s day. They would kill off an entire generation to return to a time that avoided recognizing the lies and harsh reality of those times, which they know only through history books. Remembering is the only way a society can improve itself and accommodate the hopes of those who must live with the decisions leaders today are making to keep young people from implementing changes that will build a sustainable society and world.

I offer April 20, 2021, the day the guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin was rendered, which served as a classic example of the possibility of change. I felt such relief with that verdict because it offered hope that the long nightmare of police murders of black people would come to an end. Watching news reports, it seemed the world was taking a much needed sigh of relief!! However, in less than an hour my feeling of relief turned to dread, as news flashes sounded the alarm, announcing that a police officer killed a 16 year old black child Ma'Khia Bryant. Then came many attempts to “blame the black victim” to justify the total lack of empathy and restraint by what was supposed to be a well-trained officer. Before pulling the trigger “4 times,” there was no forethought of intervention short of “deadly force.” The fact that her weapon was a knife, which could have caused only superficial wounds if any, there was at least one other response a trained officer could have initiated. Perceiving black people as hostile, aggressive or any other behaviors, police respond to judge actions or violations as a death sentence for people of color.

I frame this situation as “blame the black victim” because when white people engage in similar behavior, police exercise undue caution and have a totally different reaction or attitude and no lives are lost. Social media is replete or awash in videos of encounters showing unruly white men and women with white police. They show violent lawbreakers assaulting police, taking their clubs and beating them, some driving away from the scene, resulting in high speed chases, but during these encounters no shots are fired and do not end in the death of assailants. Such videos show verbal altercations, where police admit and verbally acknowledge the rights of white people to refuse to comply with instructions and no arrest are made. A few show assailants take police vehicles and escape without a single shot being fired. Moreover, not one of these encounters have police fire shots, let alone kill a single white person. I may have missed it, but I cannot recall one white person being killed in 2021. Contrarily, even white men involved in mass shootings that did not kill themselves were taken alive. Even more aberrant, following the 9 shooting deaths of prayers at the Emanuel Baptist Church in Charleston, South Carolina, police took the murderer out to lunch.

Although this social media information is available for comparison, not one police department, politician or media pundit, to my knowledge, offer the previously mentioned videos to highlight disparities between white and black death by police. Instead they offer ridiculous “blame the black victim” explanations, while ignoring black to white deaths disparities, as a reflection of racist police behavior. Implying the Biden administration will begin looking at such discrepancies, on Wednesday (4-21-21), AG Merrick Garland announced that the US Justice Department launched a “pattern or practice” investigation into the Minneapolis police department. He said, “Today, the Justice Department has opened a civil investigation to determine whether the Minneapolis Police Department engages in a ‘pattern or practice’ of unconstitutional, unlawful policing.” AD Garland continued, “It will examine the use of force by police officers, including force used during protests, and whether the department engages in discriminatory practices. It will also look into the department’s handling of misconduct allegations and its treatment of people with behavioral health issues and will assess the department’s current systems of accountability.” However, just 2 hours after the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, Columbus, Ohio police shot and killed Ma'Khia Bryant. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) said in a Wednesday tweet, “Ma’Khia Bryant should be alive right now.”

The Minneapolis Police Department is also being investigated by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, which is looking into the police department’s policies and practices over the past decade to see if it engaged in systemic discriminatory practices. The concerns and conditions AG Garland outlined certainly fit Columbus, Ohio police department. It has logged several police killings of black men this year alone. Casey Goodson Jr. is at the top of the list. Columbus, Ohio’s latest data, which covers 2013-19, mapping Police Violence shows Columbus police killed 40 people 27 were black. Six years after the tragic police killing of 12-year old Tamir Rice, DOJ declined to file charges against the Cleveland police officers that murdered him.

There are many surveys that list the number of black men, women and children killed by police across America and the numbers are staggering. One such account shows police in the U.S. killed 164 Black people in the first 8 months of 2020. The following are just a few of their names: (Part I: January-April): Tyree Davis, Chicago, Illinois, Tina Marie Davis, Spring Valley, New York, Jamarri Daiwon Tarver, Las Vegas, Nevada, Brandon Dionte Roberts, Cocoa, Florida, Kwame Jones, Jacksonville, Florida, Miciah Lee, Sparks, Nevada, Earl Facey, New York, New York, and Abdirahman Salad, Columbus, Ohio. What stands out about this list is some states names appear only once or twice, while states like North Carolina, Florida, New York, Georgia, Texas and Ohio appear at least 6 or more times for 2020.

Anthony Brown Jr. was unarmed, when he was fatally shot by Pasquotank County, North Carolina by sheriff’s deputies, John Pena Montez, 57, was armed with a knife and threatening his estranged wife in a domestic disturbance was shot and killed by San Antonio police. They were among 6 victims of police killing following the Derek Chauvin verdict. It seemed the murder of Trayvon Martin, and the acquittal George Zimmerman (2012), followed by the fact that the officer that murder Michael Brown in Ferguson was not even charged, let alone indicted in Missouri (2014), seems to have unleased the murderous policing culture Black people are enduring in America. Murdering Black men accelerated exponentially and seem to occur almost daily somewhere in America. The thing is, most police murders of Black men are for non-felonious crimes, involving traffic stops, unconstitutional vehicle or personal searches, improper and unlawful demands for information or snap judgements about knives, which there are no laws prohibiting their possession or the ridiculous claim I thought he had a gun. Why doesn’t that happen to white men, who are known to carry guns and ride around with several displayed in their trucks? Speaking to that point 6 black men have died in 2021 because police thought a cell phone was a gun. Isaiah Brown, 32, is the latest victim shot by a deputy that gave him a ride home, while on the phone with 911. For all intent and purpose, police have become Judges and juries on the spot when Black people are involved and they issue death penalties without reprieves.

All these factors are things AG Garland needs to address. It is a fact police do not respect the Constitutional Rights of Black and brown people. They have never believed the Constitution applies to Black people because of the Fugitive Slave Act of 1857. Today they continue to operate like slave catchers and act with impunity, while pole departments and police unions condone such behavior, as part of policing Black people. AG Garland’s probe in Minnesota must be extended nationwide to look first at states like North Carolina, Florida, New York, Georgia, Texas and Ohio, which have had an inordinate number of Black people killed by Police since 2012. Moreover, it should be made clear “snap judgments” by police involving non-felonious acts that result in the death of Black citizens will be investigated, as civil rights violations, with severe penalties.

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10/08/2021

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10/08/2021

Today is the LAST DAY to submit nominations for the 2020 Chillicothe Area Chamber Annual Awards. Our community is full of deserving individuals and businesses who are just waiting to be nominated!
Simply click the link below to access the nomination form and submit it today!
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10/06/2021

On October 5, at approximately 5:30 PM, Officers took a stealing report of this mini bike. It was stolen in the 300 block of Mansur Street sometime between October 3-5. If anyone has any information please contact the Chillicothe Police Department at 660-646-2121, Officer Bowlen.

Enter the Ultimate Home Makeover Sweepstakes 10/06/2021

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A total of $50,000 in cash prizes will be given away!
(1) One Grand National Prize of $25,000
(2) Two 2nd Place National Prizes of $10,000
(1) One 3rd Place National Prize of $5,000

Enter the Ultimate Home Makeover Sweepstakes A total of $50,000 in cash prizes will be given away! (1) One Grand National Prize of $25,000 (2) Two 2nd Place National Prizes of $10,000 (1) One 3rd Place National Prize of $5,000

Timeline Photos 10/06/2021

Timeline Photos

Attention CHS Juniors and Seniors!!! Check out the image for information on the College Fair this Thursday.

Leadership event will discuss area collaborations 09/30/2021

Leadership event will discuss area collaborations

This event Friday is one you do not want to miss.

Leadership event will discuss area collaborations The Community Foundation of Northwest Missouri, Inc., is hosting a Leadership Breakfast featuring Marshall Stewart, on Friday morning in Chillicothe.

Enter the Ultimate Home Makeover Sweepstakes 09/29/2021

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Enter Today!

A total of $50,000 in cash prizes will be given away!
(1) One Grand National Prize of $25,000
(2) Two 2nd Place National Prizes of $10,000
(1) One 3rd Place National Prize of $5,000

Enter the Ultimate Home Makeover Sweepstakes A total of $50,000 in cash prizes will be given away! (1) One Grand National Prize of $25,000 (2) Two 2nd Place National Prizes of $10,000 (1) One 3rd Place National Prize of $5,000

09/26/2021

Thank you Chillicothe. It’s back to normal.

Please treat all intersections and stop lights in Chillicothe as a four-way stop for the time being. Power is out in Chillicothe. Please use caution!

09/25/2021

On September 21, 2021 at approximately 09:23 AM Officers of the Chillicothe Police Department and Deputies of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office served a Livingston County Search Warrant in the 400 block of Clay Street in Chillicothe, Livingston County, Missouri in reference to illegal possession of fi****ms. This investigation has led into other investigations of unlawful possession of a firearm, felon in possession of a firearm, prostitution, and the possession of narcotics. As a result of this investigation a 39 year female was arrested and transported to the Daviess/DeKalb Regional Jail pending the filing of formal charges.

The female was later charged through the Livingston County Court. She is being held on a cash only bond. Both agencies work diligently to keep the community safe.

C-T under new ownership Oct. 1 09/24/2021

C-T under new ownership Oct. 1

Effective Oct. 1 the C-T will be under new ownership.

C-T under new ownership Oct. 1 Chillicothe's Constitution-Tribune and sister paper, the Linn County leader, have a new owner, CherryRoad Media, effective Oct. 1.

Photos from Chillicothe, MO Kiwanis Club's post 09/22/2021

Photos from Chillicothe, MO Kiwanis Club's post

Timeline Photos 09/20/2021

Timeline Photos

Ongoing scattered showers in northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri this morning will slide east and slowly dissipate through the morning, bringing a few hundredths of an inch of rain. Stronger thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and evening along a cold front that will be moving through the region. A few storms may be strong to marginally severe, with strong winds and hail possible. Cooler weather is expected Tuesday into mid-week behind the cold front.

09/19/2021

**UPDATE ** Chevelle has been located in Linn County and is back home with family**

🚨🚨RUNAWAY JUVENILE🚨🚨

Chevelle Capri Justine Chapman age 16

Height-5’3
Weight-90-95lbs
Hair-long black curly hair
Eyes-blue
Chevelle has an infinity symbol tattoo on the inside of her right arm just above her elbow.

Chevelle was last heard from at approximately 10PM on 9/18/2021. Chevelle is possibly in the Brookfield or Chillicothe area. Chevelle is alleged to be with Joshua Davis, who is on the Livingston County most wanted list (warrant). If you see Chevelle or know her whereabouts please contact Chillicothe Police Department immediately 660-646-2121. Thank you!

09/16/2021

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and colleagues of Independence Police Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans, who was killed in the line of duty. Rest easy brother.

09/13/2021

Happy National Police Woman’s Day!

Today we honor and celebrate the women who serve and protect our communities every single day. We are grateful for the courage and commitment you show each other, your agencies, and your communities!
Stay safe!

We are proud to have Detective Murdock, Detective Nelson, and Officer Bowlen on our team and serving our community.

Thank you for all of your hard work, dedication, and service to your community!

#NationalPoliceWomensDay #PoliceWoman #Police #WomenLEO#Cops
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Virtual Monarch Butterfly Migration Program 09/09/2021

Virtual Monarch Butterfly Migration Program

Virtual Monarch Butterfly Migration Program MDC will host a virtual program for all ages, from 1-2 p.m., on Sept. 14.

09/07/2021

Update 09.07.21

09/03/2021

Update 09.03.21

09/02/2021

We're expecting some wet weather across the region Friday thru Saturday. Two rounds of moderate to heavy rainfall appear likely. First late tonight thru noon Friday and the second late Friday into Saturday. Stay safe, there could be some isolated Flash Flooding concerns.

08/31/2021

Update 08.31.21

08/31/2021

Update 08.30.21

Sadly, we have lost another Livingston County resident to COVID-19. This brings our total deaths in the pandemic to 78.

Our deepest sympathies lie with the loved ones of our latest death.

Timeline Photos 08/30/2021

Timeline Photos

Storms are expected early Tuesday morning, mainly along and north of I-70.

Some storm may become strong to severe with damaging winds up to 60 mph, hail up to quarter-sized, and localized flash flooding all possible.

Storms should move out Tuesday afternoon.

08/25/2021

Update 08.25.21

08/24/2021

Update 08.24.21

We are truly saddened to report the death of another Livingston County resident.

Remember, these individuals that have lost their lives are our friends, neighbors, or even acquaintances, not just a number on the board. These losses have a ripple effect in our small rural area and do not go unnoticed.

Our total death count since the beginning of the pandemic is now 77.

[08/24/21]   Have a great school year Hornets! Let’s see those first day pictures!

08/21/2021

👮‍♂️Public Assistance Requested🚔

The Chillicothe Police Department has been working various burglary investigations. Kody Waters is wanted for questioning in reference to these investigations. He has several arrest warrants out for burglary and stealing related offenses. He is on State of Missouri Probation and Parole.

If you see Mr. Waters, please contact the Law Enforcement Center at 660-646-2121.

08/20/2021

Update 08.20.21

08/20/2021

We could see a couple of storms develop this afternoon, otherwise, a broken line of storms is expected to move through this evening into tonight.

Parts of the line could become severe for areas along/west of I-35, with damaging winds and hail being the main concerns.

Did you lose your COVID-19 vaccine card? Here's how to get a new one 08/19/2021

Did you lose your COVID-19 vaccine card? Here's how to get a new one

Here's how to get a new COVID-19 vaccine card.

Did you lose your COVID-19 vaccine card? Here's how to get a new one So you've gotten your vaccine, but misplaced your card. Don't panic– most states have records and databases of who has received the vaccine.

08/18/2021

Update 08.17.21

08/18/2021

An unsettled weather pattern is setting up for the remainder of the week. While we may see a similar setup as Tuesday with thunderstorms popping up across the area this afternoon, the chance for rain and strong storms is expected to continue into Friday.

08/16/2021

It’s time for the CHS Football Fundraising Festival! Stop by Applebee’s for all-you-can-eat pancakes from 8 am - 10 am or stop by North Casey’s, Hy-Vee Gas, Pour Boys or South Casey’s to let the football players pump gas for you from 10 am - 4 pm!! We look forward to seeing everyone and thank you all for your continued support!!

08/13/2021

CATALYTIC CONVERTER THEFTS: Thieves have been targeting unattended vehicles parked on river accesses in Pulaski and Laclede Counties in order to steal catalytic converters. Since June, law enforcement has received eleven reports from MDC accesses in these areas. Area users should use caution when leaving cars unattended. If you see suspicious activity, please call your local MDC agent, or Operation Game Thief at 1-800-392-1111.

Ohio's best: The top 21 high school girls volleyball players in 2021 08/10/2021

Ohio's best: The top 21 high school girls volleyball players in 2021

Who are the 21 best high school girls volleyball players in the state of Ohio? We take a look.

Ohio's best: The top 21 high school girls volleyball players in 2021 Gannett staff members researched and compiled a list of the best players and college prospects in Ohio.

Photos from Livingston County Sheriff's Office's post 08/10/2021

Photos from Livingston County Sheriff's Office's post

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