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Statue of Missouri’s Harry Truman unveiled in U.S. Capitol rotunda

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A statue of the president from Missouri now graces the U.S. Capitol. Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of Harry Truman, unveiled the statue recently. “My grandfather was a modest man,” he said. “And ...

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Shift away from Democrats by black voters could affect Senate races

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Support for Democrats among black voters is dropping, according to a new CNN poll, and it could affect this year’s elections. “Look, they’re still getting 74 percent support in the pre-election polling ...

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Christian leaders respond to vice president’s latest comments about abortion and faith

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Christian leaders are taking issue with Vice President Kamala Harris’s recent comments that Americans do not have to “abandon their faith” to support abortion rights. “I say this, one does not have ...

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Conservative states are home to greater income equality, better education, census data show

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The more conservative the state, the greater the income equality, according to “The Daily Wire’s” analysis of new census data. New York, Connecticut and California have the biggest gulf between rich and poor, while ...

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Wednesday is deadline for Missourians to register to vote in November elections

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Wednesday is the deadline for Missourians to register to vote in the November 8 midterm elections. Registration application must be submitted online, completed in person or postmarked on that date for it ...

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Supreme Court rules against counting late Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday vacated an appeals court decision that required Pennsylvania to count mail-in ballots even if there is no date on the envelope. “The judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded ...

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Gov. Mike Parson signs tax cut for Missouri families and farmers

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Missouri families battling record inflation will find some financial relief at tax time. Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation to cut personal income taxes in the state. He also signed HB 3 into ...

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Missouri legalizing marijuana could have serious economic, social downside

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As Missouri prepares to vote on fully legalizing marijuana for recreational use, a study in Colorado shows the dark social and economic impact. The social costs of legalized marijuana are well-known, though ...

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Prophecies about 2020 election should be wake-up call, Christian author says

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As the midterm elections approach, Christian author Michael Brown says false prophecies about Donald Trump’s reelection should serve as a “wake-up call to the charismatic church.” Brown, whose columns often appear in ...

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Gov. Parson will not give blanket pardon to marijuana offenders

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson will not pardon people convicted on minor marijuana offenses as President Joe Biden recommended. Last week, Biden announced plans to pardon federal convictions and urged governors to do the ...

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New rule requires gun dealers to report addresses of some purchasers

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The FBI last week quietly initiated the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). The new program will collect the addresses of gun purchasers with intent of curbing gun crimes by flagging ...

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Absentee voting in Missouri and Kansas to begin

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This is expected to be one of the biggest midterm elections in terms of voter participation. That includes Kansas and Missouri where absentee voting is set to begin this month. But before ...

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Biden Administration waged “propaganda” war for COVID vaccine, says Judicial Watch which obtained documents

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Judicial Watch just uncovered a major document about the Biden administration’s propaganda effort to push the COVID vaccines. We received 249 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) detailing ...

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Judge rules feds wrong to mandate special LGBT workplace treatment, gender surgeries on children

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A federal judge in Texas struck down the Biden administration for giving LGBT individuals special rights not enjoyed by others in the workplace. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had specifically exempted LGBT ...

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Pro-life group Susan B. Anthony will spend big bucks in Nov. midterms

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Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, a national pro-life grassroots advocacy organization, expects to spend $78 million during the 2022 midterm election cycle. “We are on track to reach eight million voters across ...

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Conservatives see thousands of Twitter followers disappear ahead of Musk takeover

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Is Twitter deleting bot accounts that it previously said did not exist? That’s what conservatives are saying after they lost thousands of followers at the same time after Tuesday’s announcement that Elon ...

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Federal court rules DACA migrant program illegal

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The controversial immigration policy known as (DACA), or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, has been ruled illegal by a federal court. It shields adult immigrants, who had entered the country illegally while ...

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Kansas gubernatorial challenger goes after Gov. Kelly over school lockdowns

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Derek Schmidt, the Republican candidate for Kansas governor, released a new commercial that criticizes incumbent Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly for supporting school lockdowns. He’s even created a website called, “lockdownlaura.com.” “I’m a ...

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FEMA responds to Kamala Harris’ remark on aid for hurricane survivors

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The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said that the administration will “support all communities” following a remark by Vice President Kamala Harris that “communities of color” would receive help prioritized above ...

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Germans panic buying electric heaters as winter gas shortage looms

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Typically stoic Germans are rushing stores in an attempt to purchase electric heaters ahead of winter. The panic buying comes as German authorities issue apocalyptic warnings about shortages of natural gas as ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley joins growing list of those questioning FBI raid on pro-life activist

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Sen. Josh Hawley wants Attorney General Merrick Garland to explain why pro-life activist Mark Houck was arrested the way he was last weekend. The Missouri Senator joins a long list of public ...

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Christians react to Gov. Newsom using scripture in abortion billboards

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Christians are responding to California Governor Gavin Newsom who placed pro-abortion billboards quoting scripture. Newsom, a Democrat, announced several versions of billboard advertisements that would be going up across seven states as ...

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Planned Parenthood Doctor grilled over claim “men can have pregnancies”

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A Planned Parenthood doctor claimed men can become pregnant and deliver babies. The startling proclamation, which goes against biological science, was made at a Sept. 29 House hearing. The meeting room became ...

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When the credit card debt bubble bursts

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Inflation still isn’t letting up, and it’s a top concern for Americans right now. But we just learned of yet another way surging prices are hurting families—leading them into huge amounts of credit ...

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Fellow Democrats blast Squad member for her latest anti-Semitic remarks

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People from across the political spectrum again are criticizing squad founder Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., for her latest bigoted remarks. She previously had even tweeted about eliminating Israel completely. Speaking at an ...

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