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When Missouri’s House begins its 2021 session, it may face a fascinating issue of residency which has a long history. The issue arises from a St. Louis Post Dispatch report that Rep. Nick … more
To the Editor: The editorial last week voiced hopes that President-elect Biden displays the courage and stamina to resist the pressure from the radical wing of the Democrat party. Amen to … more
On Dec. 2, the Missouri Senate passed a $1.27 billion supplemental budget as part of a second extra session called by the governor to further coronavirus relief efforts in our state. The … more
On Wednesday, Dec. 2, my colleagues and I approved the extra session spending bill and sent it to the governor for his consideration. I am hopeful that the funding and programs outlined in the bill … more
The United States has been in a world of hurt in 2020. COVID-19 has spread across the country, affecting businesses and families nationwide. To make matters worse, alcoholism and substance abuse, in … more
   To the Editor: The people of Gasconade County are generally kind, caring people who help our neighbors. There are fund raisers whenever someone’s house burns down, or a … more
I don’t have much trouble social distancing. I live on a high ridge miles from any towns. This ridge is completely timbered, with a nice pond I built to water wild creatures that live here, and … 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
There are millions of victims of the Democrat/media/deep state/big tech/swamp dweller campaign to defeat Donald Trump. The most severely impacted victims are our nation’s 60 million students, most … more
While Thanksgiving is always a special time to look back on the year and think about what we’re grateful for, counting our blessings this year it is especially important. It is no secret that this … more
How about some good economic news. According to the just released 2020 edition of Economic Freedom of North America, Missouri ranks as the 12th most economically free state in the country. It is an … more
To the Editor: Dennis Warden, in his Nov.18 editorial, has moved beyond his concern of being seen as “spreading seeds of discontent,” and has challenged local Democrats to apologize … more
If it was not enough for small businesses to be suffering due to the pandemic, now they are threatened by an attack on our democracy. The public knows why the virus is a critical problem for small … more
There’s a nip in the air and the only colors left are gray, green and blue. However, there are still some mums and pumpkins to brighten things up. Thanksgiving is near but it will be very different … more
The writer said a lie to the American people is not a crime. But during the Obama/Biden administration, that is how Obamacare was passed, the “dysfunctional Iran deal”, the Paris Climate Accord, … more
I know that many businesses across our state are working hard to keep their doors open. While their business plans may differ, from retail to service, restaurants to grocers, our businesses have one … more
As the seasons roll on in the outdoors, year after year, I see the strangest things… things I haven’t seen before. That happened again. Last week on one of those 70 degree days, with … more
Will Donald Trump succeed in getting the election overturned due to voter fraud? At this point I’m still not ready to throw in the towel. Here’s why. Currently the U.S. Supreme Court … 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
Ranking second in America for completed apprenticeships for the second year in a row, Missouri is leading the way and showing the rest of the country how beneficial apprenticeships can be. … more
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