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Missouri bill would protect unborn after heart activity is detected

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Abortions after doctors have determined an unborn child has cardiac activity would be banned under a bill filed in the Missouri Legislature. Under the bill, private citizens could sue doctors or others ...

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Missouri Senate president pro tem enters already crowded field for Republican Senate nomination

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The Republican primary field for U.S. Senate in 2022 continues to become more crowded. Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz announced this week that he is entering the race. It will be a ...

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New Jersey Democrat has ‘found’ more ballots after he was defeated by Republican truck driver

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The New Jersey Democrat speaker of the house says he’s “found” more ballots that would overturn his loss to a Republican truck driver. Edward Durr, a Republican, won 52 percent of the ...

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Republican truck driver spends just $153 to defeat powerful New Jersey state senator

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A New Jersey truck driver who spent only $153 on his campaign has defeated the longtime president of the New Jersey Senate, according to unofficial election results. Edward Durr, a Republican, won ...

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Former news anchor Mark Alford: “God’s calling me” to run for Congress

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A familiar face is running for Congress from Missouri’s Fourth District. Mark Alford, a longtime anchor on Fox 4 News in Kansas City, announced on Wednesday that he will run for the ...

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U.S. backs off opening Jerusalem consulate which would weaken new embassy

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The Biden/Harris plan to diminish the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem with a competing consulate has hit a snag. Israel’s deputy foreign minister said on Sunday that the Biden administration may end its ...

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Colin Powell dead of Covid, was fully vaccinated

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Former Secretary of State and retired Gen. Colin Powell has died at age 84, his family announced Monday morning. Powell, who served under Republican presidents, “passed away this morning due to complications ...

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Herschel Walker fundraising soars for Georgia Senate race

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The 2022 Georgia race will be critical to determining which party will control the U.S. Senate. Republican Herschel Walker, a former football star, is off to a strong fund-raising start. Walker, an ...

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State job growth linked to political party in power

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A study by personal finance company Wallet Hub finds all 10 states with the worst job growth have policies led by Democrat governors. All states with the best job growth are Republican-led ...

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Poll: Nearly 70% believe moral values getting worse

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The country is sliding down a slippery slope of moral values according to a new poll. The Gallup polling finds that 67 percent of Americans believe the state of moral values is ...

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Poll: most believe religious freedom necessary to healthy American society

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Contrary to media narratives that say faith is becoming less important in America, a new poll finds a majority say religious freedom is “very” important to a healthy American society. In a ...

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Missouri legislature may call special session over Kansas City defunding police

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Missouri Republicans are calling for a special legislative session to address the Kansas City Council and Mayor Quinton Lucas defunding the police department. Lucas, who recently traveled to Washington DC to meet ...

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Sen. Tim Scott attacked by left for speech on faith, race, election reform in response to Biden

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Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina was mocked in the media and is being attacked by the left after his response to the 100-day speech by President Joe Biden. But what did ...

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Planning a vacation? Here’s the states that still have mask mandates

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If you’re planning a summer vacation you are probably wondering which states have mask mandates. More and more states are dropping the regulations as Covid rates decline and pushback from the public ...

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April 17 local ‘Reagan-Lincoln Day’ dinner battles cancel culture

The Jackson County Reagan-Lincoln Dinner is scheduled for Saturday night, April 17 at Adams Pointe Conference Center in Blue Springs. The annual event is a fundraiser for the local GOP’s grassroots efforts ...

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Governors push back against Biden move on Second Amendment

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President Biden’s plans to restrict Second Amendment rights are meeting resistance from multiple conservative governors. Biden announced a series of actions, which he articulated during a press conference where he made multiple false ...

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Missouri and Kansas will not require vaccine passports

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The governors of Missouri and Kansas announced on Monday that they will not institute vaccine passports for citizens. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said that although he doesn’t support state-mandated vaccine passports, he ...

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Just 40 percent who normally attend Easter services will do so Sunday

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The arrival of the pandemic caused major disruptions to Easter services at many churches in 2020. Although churchgoers say they now are more comfortable with attending live services, many still plan to ...

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Regardless of party affiliation, Americans want to reopen schools

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Most Americans want schools to reopen, including majorities of all political persuasions and regions of the country. More than 94 percent of Republican respondents to a Gallup poll said they support providing ...

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HillFaith shares Jesus with Democrat and Republican aides on Capitol Hill

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For the young Congressional aides that swarm into Washington D.C. every year, life on Capitol Hill can be exciting and an opportunity to enact some real change by assisting the nation’s politicians, ...

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In Harvard poll, even Democrats agree that cancel culture threatens freedom

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Americans believe cancel culture poses “a threat to our freedom” according to a new poll by Harvard CAPS-Harris. Two in three of all respondents, (sixty-four percent), answered yes when asked “Do you ...

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Trump probably will run for president in 2024 says daughter-in-law

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Donald Trump isn’t going anywhere and most likely interested in running for president again in 2024, his daughter-in-law Lara Trump says. Her comments come after the second failed attempt by Democrats to ...

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New poll looks at who is most likely to be harassed online

As the nation seemingly splinters over a growing lack of acceptance of differing views, a new poll finds a shocking number of people have been harassed online. The new uncivil war touches ...

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To Christians who voted for Biden: Did you not see this coming?

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For the last four years, those of us who voted for Donald Trump and who identify as committed followers of Jesus have been asked incessantly, “How could you vote for him? If ...

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Pelosi will face 10 conservative women who flipped seats red

An influx of conservative women are ready to make their presence felt in the new Congress. Of the 14 seats Republicans flipped in the House, 10 were won by women, mostly in ...

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