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Two weeks ago, I struck a nerve with many Democrats when I dared to judge our current President, Joe Biden, with the same yardstick they beat Donald Trump over the head with for four long … more
Here in Missouri, we are fortunate to be surrounded by natural beauty. While we were just reminded that we’re still in the season of going from spring to snow and back to 70-degree days in a week, … more
I don’t want to make anyone real awful mad here but I can’t tell you the name of one politician that I would want to go fishing with.  The whole bunch of them seems a sorry lot to me … 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
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is on the hot seat. In late January, New York Attorney General Tish James, a Democrat who Cuomo supported in her 2018 race for AG, issued a report accusing Cuomo of … more
Presidents’ Day was originally created to observe the birthdays of two of our nation’s greatest Presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. And while it is now more of a holiday to … more
Missourians now have access to a secure registry tool that will help them to obtain the COVID-19 vaccine. The newly-created Missouri Vaccine Navigator can be reached online at … more
Politicians take an oath to defend the Constitution, but 53 lied and attempted to impeach a civilian. They ignored the FBI intercepts prior to Jan. 6th, of anti-government groups and Insurgence USA, … more
Over the years, I’ve encountered quite a few people who say farming is in their blood. And they mean it. Generation after generation, these Missourians have worked the land as their parents, … more
JEFFERSON CITY —  Gov. Mike Parson on Feb. 11 signed HB 16 into law, which provides more than $324 million in funding for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP). “HB 16 will … more
There was an interesting moment in Washington at the end of January, on Antony Blinken’s first full day as secretary of state. Meeting with the press corps that covers the State Department, he … 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
As conservatives and Republicans we have almost no options when it comes to technology. Big Tech — Google, Twitter, Facebook and the like — hold most of the cards. There is a little wiggle room, … more
On Wednesday morning President Trump and his wife Melania walked out of the White House and boarded Marine One on the south lawn, marking the end of the 45th Presidency of the United States. While … more
To the Editor: Despite a global pandemic, residents of Owensville area shared the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. Generosity throughout South Central … more
Maries County Advocate reader Lucy Branson has submitted a poem she believes is appropriate for “this time in our lives” and asked it be shared with our readers. Branson is one of the Crider … more
So far this year, over 400 pieces of legislation have been filed in the Missouri Senate. These bills cover topics like tax credits, sports wagering, feral hogs and everything in between. Looking … more
As the Missouri General Assembly’s 2021 legislative session gets underway, Missouri Farm Bureau is focusing on issues that have long been foundational to its members’ core philosophy. After a … more
To the Editor: Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony was not performed before a record crowd in attendance. That did not hurt his pride. It was, in fact, his reason for being there. Covid-19 … more
To the Editor: Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony was not performed before a record crowd in attendance. That did not hurt his pride. It was, in fact, his reason for being there. Covid-19 … more
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