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President Joe Biden signed several executive orders in the Rose Garden last week concerning gun control. “Cities across the country experienced historic spikes and homicides. As law enforcement … more
Many in the Democrat party have been showing their hypocrisy lately when it comes to their professed belief in science. As I pointed out in this column two weeks ago, teacher unions — giving … more
Last year this week the unthinkable happened — Governor Mike Parson issued a stay-at-home order, because of the coronavirus, closing our churches and in affect canceling holy … 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
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
More than once in this column I have promulgated the idea of reading aloud to children, something Connie and I did with our three offspring and continue to do and promote with our two grandchildren. … more
I hate to admit it but it’s true. France is the world leader, producing 93 percent of its electricity from clean energy sources. They do all this at half the cost of electricity than their neighbor … more
Our new President Joe Biden and his administration believes that renewables — electricity produced from wind and solar — are the magical solution for our energy needs that will save the … more
In last week’s column I mentioned President Joe Biden’s new climate czar John Kerry and his commitment to saving the earth as he flies around the world in his private jet. While Kerry was … more
Many politicians have become addicted to power that their positions have given them. And it shows. They love to tell the working class what to do.  They are the ruling class. They believe … more
On Jan. 27, lawmakers had the opportunity to hear from the governor on his plans to move Missouri forward in the year ahead. During his annual State of the State Address, the governor discussed … more
Just five days after the riot on the U.S.Capitol earlier this month, the FBI released a memo which highlighted plans for “armed protests” in all 50 state capitol cities to occur on or … more
Since 1927 Time magazine has selected a “Man of the Year” — now known as “Person of the Year.” It was started to save face after the publication failed to feature … more
Francis B. Church, editor of the New York Sun in 1897, printed his re-ply to a little girl’s question, “Is there a Santa Claus?” And “Yes, Vir-gin-ia, there is a Santa … more
Many will not be sorry to look in the rearview mirror in just 16 short days and watch as this year becomes history. Let’s face it, 2020 started with a lot of promise just 12 short months ago with … more
My parents used to buckle my sister, Denise and I into the family sedan every Christmas season for our annual trip to St. Louis.  This was not a shopping trip. It was to see the holiday … more
During the 2020 campaign for President we were sold a bill of goods that Joe Biden is a moderate, center of the road Democrat. One who would unify America. His choice for his vice-presidential … more
This Thanksgiving we have much to be thankful for, not the least of which are two miracles that occurred earlier this month. I’m not talking about a piece of toast that has the image of Jesus … more
Last week, after many in the media declared him the next President of the United States, Joe Biden, in a speech called for unity and healing. Biden said. “It’s time to put away the … more
Being a keen observer of nature I have noticed an annual migration that occurs the second weekend of each November. This is not the migration of the Monarch butterfly, which can travel up to … more
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