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Parents with shifting political beliefs expected to be powerful voting bloc in November

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Although many political experts expect inflation and abortion to drive voting decisions in this fall’s midterm elections, parents will have a big say in which party controls Congress. “The New York Times” ...

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IRS will be larger than the Pentagon under Democrat bill passed without any Republicans

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The IRS is about to become the largest federal agency after Democrats pass what they call the Inflation Reduction Act. The bill includes adding an additional 87,000 IRS bureaucrats making it larger ...

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Car crash kills Indiana Republican Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, three others

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A car crash has taken the life of Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski. The popular Republican represented Indiana’s 2nd Congressional district since 2013.  She died with two others in her vehicle in Elkhart ...

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Republicans trounce Democrats in Congressional baseball game

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The Republican red wave took place just as expected say commenters on social media. The GOP shut out the Democrats 10-0 in the annual Congressional Baseball game at Nationals Park in Washington ...

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Missouri representative Bush linked to antisemitic activist

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Rep. Cori Bush, a controversial Democrat from St. Louis, is under fire over antisemitic remarks made by an activist who once organized a fundraiser for her. Neeven Ayesh, who describes herself as ...

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House Democrats block resolution condemning violence by pro-abortion activists

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A congressional resolution that would have condemned the violent attacks directed at churches and pro-life organizations by pro-abortion activists in recent months has been blocked by House Democrats. The resolution noted that ...

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House Democrats plan series of votes on variety of social issues this week

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Democratic leaders in the U.S. House plan to hold several votes this week to put members on the record about controversial issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage. They are even voting ...

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Confidence in nearly all institutions, including the church, dropped since last year

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Confidence in nearly every American institution – including the church – has dropped over the past year, a new Gallup poll finds. The yearly poll asks respondents to share how much confidence, ...

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June would be ‘Month of Life’ under resolution by pro-life Republicans

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Pro-life House Republicans have introduced a congressional resolution to declare June as the “Month of Life.”  The effort is being spearheaded by Rep. Carol Miller (R-W.Va.) to commemorate the Supreme Court’s decision ...

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Flag Day continues proud tradition dating back to June 14, 1777

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Flag Day can be easy to overlook because it falls between Memorial Day and Independence Day on June 14. The non-profit group American Journey Experience shared how the holiday began and why ...

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House Democrats block bill to protect Supreme Court justices

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House Democrats are blocking a Senate-passed bill to provide security protection for members of the Supreme Court who are facing pro-abortion violence and intimidation. Since a leaked draft of a Supreme Court ...

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Candidates expect 2022 to be Year of the Republican Women

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This fall’s elections may be a repeat of the Year of the Republican Woman. Thirty-two Republican women won election to Congress in 2020, surpassing the record of 30 Republican women set in ...

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Demands that Biden ban Russian oil find rare unity in Washington

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The Biden administration continues to refuse calls to ban Russian oil imports. That could soon change. The demands are coming fast and furious and have been a rare point of unity between ...

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Ukraine explained: How the US created a new war in Europe

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Here’s how we are again at the doorstep of the first major war in Europe in 75 years as Ukraine and Russia face off. In 1994, the Clinton administration, with the approval ...

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Update on Missouri congressional redistricting battle

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After more than 50 hours of the record-breaking filibuster on the Senate floor, the seven conservative caucus members are taking a break. That’s because Republican leadership has said there will be no ...

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Rep. Jason Smith will seek reelection instead of joining crowded Senate race

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Smith is a common name but it won’t be on the ballot for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in Missouri. Rep. Jason Smith is telling colleagues he wants to be ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley endorses Vicky Hartzler for U.S. Senate

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The race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Missouri heated up on Saturday when Sen. Josh Hawley endorsed Rep. Vicky Hartzler. The announcement came during the state Republican party’s Lincoln ...

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Missouri Senate to reconvene Tuesday as fight over redistricting continues

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The Missouri Senate will reconvene Tuesday to resume debate on redistricting. Republicans are battling one another over a 6-2 map vs. a 7-1 map. That would be six congressional districts currently held ...

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Missouri Democratic Rep. Cori Bush won’t give up defunding police

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Missouri’s member of the Squad, Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of St. Louis, is standing firm on her commitment to defunding the police. “I always tell [fellow Democrats], ‘If you all had fixed ...

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Rasmussen reviews key polls from January

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In January surveys and polls, this is what America told Rasmussen Reports: – Barely a third of Americans believe Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams of equal opportunity in the country are a reality. – Voters ...

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Missouri Rep. Billy Long responds to YouTube after it removed campaign ad

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Missouri Rep. Billy Long, who is running for the Republican nomination for Senate, is firing back at YouTube after it removed one of his campaign commercials. The ad, which was slated to ...

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How this millennial paid off $102k in student loans in 6 years

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After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013, Mandy Velez did some math to see how long it was going to take her to pay back her student loans. The calculations ...

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Guest Opinion: Missouri Republicans risk red wave in Midterm elections

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The Red Wave of 2022 won’t make a difference if there aren’t enough winnable seats for Republicans across our nation. Winning back Congress starts right here in Missouri today. It will have ...

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Missouri Republicans Giving Away A Congressional Seat

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When redistricting, why would any Missouri Republican give away another seat in Congress to Nancy Pelosi and the woke Democrat agenda when they don’t have to? OPINION Our Missouri state legislators are ...

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Former news anchor Mark Alford raises more than $200,000 in congressional bid

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Mark Alford, the former Fox 4 News anchor running for Congress in Missouri’s 4th District, has raised more than $200,000 in less than three months. Alford, who left the station late last ...

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