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Senate could vote today on controversial commission to investigate January 6

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Missouri’s Senator Roy Blunt opposes forming a commission to examine the capitol breach on January 6. He’s not alone given the history of investigations “gone wild” during the last four years. “I ...

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Kansas City Council considers controversial plan to slash police funding

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Despite soaring murder rates, the City Council in Kansas City, Mo., on Thursday announced a proposal that would significantly reduce funding for the city’s police to the minimum allowed by state law ...

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Mark McCloskey, known for confronting protesters, enters Missouri Senate race

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Mark McCloskey, who made national headlines last summer when he and his wife defended their St. Louis home against protestors, announced on Tuesday that he is entering the U.S. Senate race in ...

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Several Missouri Democrats considering run for Blunt Senate seat

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Many people assume that the winner of next year’s Missouri Republican primary will go on to be the next senator. Democrats are hopeful, however, even in the face of polls that show ...

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Kamala Harris tells ABC News America is not a ‘racist country’

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In a surprising admission, Vice President Kamala Harris has confirmed that America is not racist. Her comments on ABC News contradict much of the current media narrative that is driven by groups ...

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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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Missouri Congressman Jason Smith to visit Mar-a-Lago as he considers Senate run

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Missouri Congressman Jason Smith, who is considering a campaign for the U.S. Senate, will hold a fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago later this month. The invitation lists Gov. Mike Parson, South Dakota Gov. Kristi ...

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Biden press secretary dodges question about impact of Equality Act

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The White House earlier this week dodged a question about how the Equality Act would affect religious freedom. Owen Jensen from the Catholic television network EWTN asked press secretary Jen Psaki about ...

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Missouri Senate bill protects churches from frivolous Covid lawsuits

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A bill protecting churches from frivolous Covid lawsuits is working its way through the Missouri Legislature. Proponents say with recent amendments, it would provide the highest legal protection for houses of worship ...

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Pro-life amendment stalls action on Medicaid expansion in Missouri

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A pro-life amendment adopted by the Missouri Senate this week is slowing action on a bill to fund Missouri’s Medicaid program. “My intent was not to deny Medicaid recipients birth control,” Senator ...

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Senate Democrats confirm controversial Levine as health secretary

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The U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed Rachel Levine as assistant secretary of health. Levine, a pro-abortion activist, is also the first openly transgender federal official to win Senate confirmation. Pro-abortion Republicans Susan ...

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Family Research Council criticizes confirmation of ‘radical’ Becerra

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The Family Research Council says the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Xavier Becerra as Secretary of Health and Human Services makes abundantly clear the Biden administration and the Democratic Party are using health ...

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Becerra nomination as HHS head moves forward in spite of ‘radical’ views

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A controversial nomination has been advanced by the U.S. Senate.  Debate was ended on Wednesday moving a vote forward on pro-abortion Xavier Becerra as Health and Human Service Secretary. The Susan B. Anthony ...

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Senator Herschel Walker? Respected football star encouraged to run

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Herschel Walker is one of the most respected athletes of all time. Now, he may be able to add “Senator” to his resume. The legendary running back for the Georgia Bulldogs is ...

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Race to replace Roy Blunt could be most crowded in years

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No sooner did Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt announce that he will not seek reelection in 2022 than speculation began about might run replace him. “The Missouri Times” listed a number of potential ...

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Attacks on Hawley backfire as money rolls in for Republicans

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Criticism of Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley over his push for election integrity has helped make him a fundraising rock star for Republicans. Hawley has faced intense criticism from Democrats for suggesting that ...

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Kansas House will hear testimony on restricting sexually oriented businesses

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A Kansas House committee is scheduled to hear testimony on a bill that would place restrictions on sexually oriented businesses (SOBs). Republican Representative John Barker of Abilene has agreed to hear Bill ...

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Christian group sends urgent letter to Biden over Israel policy

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A group of leaders from a broad section of American Christianity is lobbying the Biden administration over its policy towards Israel. It comes after growing alarm in both Israel and the United ...

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Top Republican leaders optimistic about taking back Congress in 2022

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After a rocky start to the Biden administration, the Republican Party is optimistic about taking back both the House and Senate during the 2022 midterm elections. Former President Donald Trump pledged to ...

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Missouri legislators continue to wrestle with education reform bills

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Missouri legislators have debated education reform for at least a decade, and the discussion is continuing in this legislative session An education savings accounts program managed to clear a major hurdle, barely ...

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Will pandemic build momentum for school choice?

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Across the nation, legislators are optimistic that the ongoing pandemic will provide the impetus to finally pass school choice legislation. That’s also true for Missouri where legislative leaders have spent the last ...

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Trump releases statement on acquittal

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Below is the statement released by former President Donald Trump after his acquittal by the U.S. Senate. – February 13, 2021 – Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United ...

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Biden administration will keep U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem

In a surprise move, the Biden administration will keep the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. The announcement eases fears that the U.S. would abandon its most important ally in the Middle East. What’s ...

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Kosovo recognizes Israel, will have embassy in Jerusalem

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Kosovo has become the latest Muslim nation to officially established diplomatic ties with Israel. It marks yet another diplomatic achievement of the Trump administration coming weeks after Donald Trump left office. In ...

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Democrats block vote to save babies who survive abortion

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A vote to stop infanticide was blocked by Senate Democrats Feb. 4 when Republicans offered an amendment to provide medical care for babies that survive botched abortions. Republican Senator Ben Sasse of ...

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