It was only a matter of time, I suppose, before Frazier Glenn Miller began distributing his racist newspaper in Joplin, Fortunately, I wasn't one of those who received the paper.
It is during times like these, when a national debate is centered around immigration, that people like Miller and his ilk think they can make inroads by playing on hatred and divisiveness.
Miller, an Aurora resident, was in the News and mentioned on this blog recently concerning his unsuccessful effort to have his name placed on the Democratic ballot for the August primary for Seventh District Congress. The court upheld the Democrats' right not to have Miller representing them. He was also turned aside by the Republican and Libertarian parties.
Judging from the report I just watched on KODE, Miller's publication was not welcomed by those who received it. Hopefully, Mr. Miller and his followers will leave Joplin alone and take up residence somewhere with nice big rocks they can crawl under.
I will defend Miller's First Amendment right to print trash...however, there is no amendment that says anyone has to read it or welcome it onto their lawns.