ST. LOUIS- The commander of the AMVETS Post 6 in South St. Louis says it was never meant to be a controversy. The national AMVETS organization simply wanted to place an ad in the Super Bowl program giving their perspective on the issue of standing for the national anthem. 268 more words
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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – The Superbowl is over a week away, but anthem-related debates have already cropped up.
AMVETS calls it corporate censorship. The veterans group was prepared to spend $30,000 to place an ad in the Superbowl program featuring a photo of service members saluting the American flag, along with the hashtag #PleaseStand. 64 more words
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They say our hair is our crown of glory. We should decide carefully on what to do with our tresses, and be comfortable with it because there might be no turning back (especially when you cut it super short and it turns out it’s not the look you’ve been aiming for). 304 more words