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Reining In The Federal Government’s Censorship Machine

A very good thing happened last week. A federal judge – with a spine – ruled that several individuals, agencies, and departments in the Biden administration were forbidden from communicating with BigTech corporations to affect censorship. While this i

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Why are wrongly-convicted people still imprisoned in Missouri?

Prosecutors have called for the release of Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson, who have served a combined 70 years in prison for murders they did not commit. And yet, innocence has not earned them their freedom. So, what's going on in the state of Missour

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THE RESISTANCE GROWS: Missouri Bill Would Prohibit Enforcement of Unconstitutional Federal Gun Laws

The Missouri legislature is advancing legislation that would prohibit state, county, and local law enforcement agencies and departments from enforcing

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White Gun-Wielding St. Louis Couple Reportedly Indicted By Grand Jury

"I've been told they've been charged with exhibiting a firearm and tampering with evidence," Joel Schwartz, who represents Mark and Patricia McCloskey told NPR.

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Linda Sarsour’s Pal Wins Democratic Nomination in Missouri Primary

So, Israel has lost another friend in Congress.

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Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks sues over firing

ATLANTA (AP) — The former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks is suing the mayor and interim police chief, saying his firing violated his constitutional rights and the city code. Meanwhile, prosecutors have asked a judge to revoke hi

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St. Louis couple who aimed guns at protesters charged with felony weapons count

Lawyers Mark and Patricia McCloskey allegedly menaced protesters who were marching past their home en route to the St. Louis mayor's residence.

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Living just outside of one of the most prominent mountain bike regions in the United States and on one of the most expansive lakes west of the Mississippi ce...

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Bicycle-Delivery Service Food Pedaler Prepares to Expand While Maintaining Its Indie Spirit

Tim Kiefer has been toying around with the idea of expansion ever since he started his bicycle delivery service, Food Pedaler, in 2013. The problem...

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Rep. Billy Long Uses Auctioneering Skills to Drown Out Protester at Hearing With Twitter CEO

"We're selling the cell phone there!" Even the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee noted that Rep. Billy Long's impromptu performance would be a hit on Twitter — and it was

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Ferguson documentary ‘Whose Streets?’ comes to the masses

“To be successful at something that is based on such an ugly premise is a challenge and I think about it all the time,” said Sabaah Folayan, co-director of “Whose

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Missouri’s Anti-Bike Lawmaker Authors Weirdest Bill Yet

A Missouri lawmaker introduced a measure mandating cyclists fly 15-foot-tall orange flag from bikes for safety.

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WH Praises 'White Privilege' Protestors Who Forced University President to Resign | Daily Wire

As expected, the Obama administration jumped at the opportunity to promote its social justice agenda Monday, Press Secretary Josh Earnest praising the racial activist protestors who forced the resignation of University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe Mon

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Can We Take Political Correctness Seriously Now? -- NYMag

“Help me get this reporter out of here. I need some muscle over here.” The student protest at the University of Missouri began as a response to a serious problem — outbursts of vile racism on campus — and quickly devolved into an expression of a renewed left-wing hostility to freedom of expression.