College of the Ozarks is filing a lawsuit against the Biden administration over trying to force the religious school to let opposite sexes live together.
So what can politicians do to protect their citizens from being coerced into experimental medical procedures and surveillance databases they aren’t comfortable with?
Former Democrat Senator of Missouri Claire McCaskill did not accurately portray the prior charges against Daunte Wright on MSNBC Wedsnesday.
GOP Republicans sent a letter to the DOJ and SEC urging an investigation into chemical company Avantor for its corrupt dealings with Mexican drug cartels.
‘If the Executive Order stands, it will inflict hundreds of billions or trillions of dollars of damage to the U.S. economy for decades to come.’
New York Times reporters debased themselves by asking Josh Hawley’s middle school principal and former prom date for comment on the Republican senator.
The Republicans posed several questions to Bezos, notably asking what specific policy scholar Ryan T. Anderson’s book violated that justified its removal.
Despite their destructive actions, the group found solace in their local representative, St. Louis-area Democratic Congresswoman Cori Bush.
Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.
Professional discussion of the harms and benefits of masks and mask mandates cannot even happen privately among doctors without vitriol. This kind of atmosphere kills science.
“Mr. Zuckerberg, let me just ask you directly, under oath now, does Facebook coordinate its content moderation policies in any way with Google or Twitter?” Hawley asked.
The group’s legal efforts show its contempt for religion by advancing causes intended to shrink First Amendment freedoms that protect everyone.
Federalist Publisher and Co-Founder Ben Domenech sat down with Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley online to discuss the future of conservatism.
The McCloskey case remains an important legal precedent as private property owners increasingly find themselves without police protection in the face of violence.
The Smithsonian blew off Republican Sen. Josh Hawley’s demand that the taxpayer-funded museum explain why the institute released racist curriculum.
Four days, six comment requests, and one follow-up story later, The Atlantic issued a series of major corrections that confirmed The Federalist’s investigation.
Hawley noted that some ideas asserted by scholars as unique to white culture included “‘Self-Reliance,’ ‘The Nuclear Family,’ ‘Objective, racial linear thinking,’ and ‘Hard work is the key to success.'”
A powerful story published by The Atlantic has a serious problem: proof it ever happened.
St. Louis authorities announced Tuesday they would be investigating a pair of citizens who protected themselves on private property from mob protestors.
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