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This week is Holy Week. It’s a big week for Christians. It’s the time we pause to reflect on the suffering and death of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who took on human nature precisely so he … more
The American Dream and the various cultures we have here are a huge part of what makes this country great. We are a nation of people whose families were at all one point or another, immigrants … more
Those so indoctrinated by the NY Times, mainstream and social media outlets are gambling Americans’ freedoms & safety on lies! The history Hawley dispels, are the lies of the 1619 Project, White … more
Dear Editor, Attention all voters of the Linn R-2 School District. Hannah Swann and Mark Baker have a very vested interest in Linn R-2 School in seeing that it is run properly so their children … more
Joe Biden had a goal of 100 million vaccines administered in the first 100 days.  He is now on track to double such, in fact under promising and overachieving.  Ex-President Trumps warp … more
The Missouri Senate was back in action this past week and entered the second half of the 2021 legislative session. At this point in session, legislative activity begins to shift from committees to … more
In the 1960s anti-war activists adopted songs like the Eve of Destruction and For What It’s Worth as their anthems. Disenchanted youth feared that the world was on the verge of collapse; we were … more
This week, the Missouri House of Representatives re-convened after our usual mid-session break. We voted on a number of important bills, and I had many productive meetings with constituents and … more
In the latest covid relief bill that was just passed by congress — without any Republican support — $130 billion was earmarked to open schools safely with hopes of returning children to … more
Could the lies and misrepresentations coming from the administration and the media get any worse? It’s hard to imagine that they could. We have been told for years that Trump was the laughing … more
On Tuesday, the House passed the first notable bipartisan piece of legislation of the year, and I was proud to be a part of it. Together, my colleagues, Congresswoman Young Kim, Congresswoman Carolyn … more
The National Newspaper Association this week endorsed legislation proposed by Senators Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, and Dianne Feinstein, D-California, to restore the federal … more
Missouri non-farm payroll employment decreased in February 2021, according to the Missouri Department of Economic Development — the result of deteriorating weather conditions.  Some … more
It’s hard to believe how quickly time has flown since the start of January, but the Missouri General Assembly has already reached the halfway point of the 2021 legislative session. With that in … more
Cities are places where diverse groups of people cluster, their ideas feeding off one another to create innovations that often change our lives in dramatic ways. It is not surprising that a very … more
From my first day in the State Capitol, one of my top priorities has been improving our state’s aging transportation infrastructure. Missouri’s road system spans more than 33,800 miles — the … more
One of Joe Biden’s first official acts as the 46th President of the United States was to sign an executive order to stop the Keystone XL oil pipeline and eliminate up to 11,000 jobs. There are … more
Now that Donald Trump isn’t around to use as a punching bag, the media are finding their news is not selling quite as well. They have to find someone else to beat up. For now, it appears that New … more
Defunding the police, taxpayer-funded elections, restricting Second Amendment rights, and a massive partisan spending package disguised as coronavirus relief. These are the bills the House of … more
Now that Donald Trump isn’t around to use as a punching bag, the media are finding their news is not selling quite as well. They have to find someone else to beat up. For now, it appears that New … more
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