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Missouri August 7th State Primary Preview

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On Tuesday, August 7, Missouri primary voters will go to the polls to select who will be on the ballot in the general election on November 6. Missouri U.S. Senate Race The ...

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Bios for Candidates for Missouri U.S. Senate

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Who are the many candidates in the August 7 Primary? Here is the latest information available. Democrat Candidates CARLA (COFFEE) WRIGHT BIO: Graduate of St. Louis Community College at Forest Park;9 no ...

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Missouri ‘Proposition A’ Ballot Initiative

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BALLOT TITLE: PROPOSITION A Ballot Measure/Referendum The official ballot title is as follows: “Do the people of the state of Missouri want to adopt Senate Bill 19 (“Right-to-Work”) as passed by the ...

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Void of collusion, Mueller’s Manafort trial turns to money laundering

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WASHINGTON – The trial for Paul Manafort, who was indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, begins today minus one big piece of evidence – collusion with Russia. It’s expected to ...

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Democrats finally agree to meet Supreme Court nominee

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For the first time since his nomination, Democrats have agreed to finally sit down and meet Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) became the first Senate Democrat to meet ...

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Congresswoman says God sent her to impeach the president

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The fallout continues 0ver Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) who, on Sunday, suggested in a church sermon in Los Angeles that she’s on a divine mission from God Himself to stop President Trump, blasting the ...

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Hollywood inserting itself into Missouri Prop A measure

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Hollywood is inserting itself into Missouri’s Aug. 7 election as Unions attempt to repeal the state’s Right to Work law by opposing Proposition A. Actor John Goodman of “Roseanne” fame and a ...

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Another racism hoax: Waiter admits forging receipt

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Earlier this week, Khalil Cavil claimed he was “sick to his stomach” after he received the note while working at the Saltgrass Steak House in Odessa, Texas – but it has since ...

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New poll shows what Americans think is mainstream in politics

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A majority of respondents in a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll of registered voters said Democratic congressional candidates are out of step with most Americans and the mainstream. Asked whether Democrat candidates’ ...

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Federal Judge slaps down Planned Parenthood lawsuit

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WASHINGTON — A federal judge appointed to the bench by President Donald Trump has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood challenging the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for altering its Title ...

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Missing or destroyed servers remain hush-hush by media, Mueller investigation

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Evidence that the national media, and the Mueller investigation are ignoring was brought up by President Trump this week in Finland. They are the three servers are those of the Democratic National ...

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Black Christian leaders call for censure of Maxine Waters over her dangerous call for harassment

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A group of black Christian conservative leaders are calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan to censure Democrat Rep. Maxine Waters of California for comments she made last month urging harassment of administration ...

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American media outnumbers protest in awkward reporting

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Cable news outlets reported it as a huge planned protest with thousands expected to fill the streets against President Trump during his appearance at the NATO summit. “Make Peace Great Again” organizers ...

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Media pushes false story on breastfeeding to attack President

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A front-page New York Times article claimed that, at a World Health Assembly in May, the United States opposed a resolution to encourage breastfeeding. “U.S. Opposition to Breast-Feeding Resolution Stuns World Health ...

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Missouri Democrats battle over admitting pro-life voters

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After a publicly painful battle, the Missouri Democrat Party narrowly approved a new platform — one including a last-minute amendment welcoming “a diversity of views” on abortion. “We respect the conscience of ...

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