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Can you believe it? We’re already past Thanksgiving and hurdling toward the rest of the holiday season. I hope you were able to spend time with loved ones, enjoy some delicious home cooking, … more
Last week, we discussed the many appropriations bills Congress needs to pass to keep the government running. We are in the middle of that process now and are debating everything from the funding of … more
Much like learning a second language, exposure to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) at an early age prepares students for ongoing success in an increasingly technological world. … more
The news coming from Israel is downright shocking. Horrific images and videos of heartless terrorists celebrating their destruction strike anger in our hearts and pain in our souls. Israel, our … more
By now, you’re probably sick of hearing about the “Motion to Vacate,” the “looming government shutdown,” and how Congress can’t seem to get its act together. I … more
As we’ve discussed several times, small businesses currently face record-high inflation, supply-chain disruptions, workforce shortages, and other disadvantages crippling their ability to … more
Nothing the Chinese Communist Party does is a coincidence or an accident. It has carried out strategic moves to bolster its competitive advantages, build an elite military, and increase its influence … more
This week, Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy directed three House committees to open an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden. The announcement follows alarming allegations and evidence … more
Just about everything costs more nowadays. Each dollar in your pocket gets you less than last year, and gas prices in particular seem to rise with every trip to the pump. This week, AAA released data … more
The August District Work Period is well underway, and I have been making my rounds in the Third District meeting with many of you. This is Congress’ longest district work period of the year and … more
The August District Work Period is well underway, and I have been making my rounds in the Third District meeting with many of you. This is Congress’ longest district work period of the year and … more
As one of the leading agricultural states in the nation, Missouri’s ag industry plays a huge role in supporting our state’s economy and is a major part of our way of life. Our … more
Over the last couple of years, flight issues and airport headaches have increased what feels like tenfold. Every year, the airlines will serve over 850 million American passengers. Like many … more
This week, the House took up the 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to fund our nation’s military. As we’ve seen over the last couple years with Putin’s attack on … more
It was a busy but productive week on Capitol Hill! I started off the week attending the Health Plan Hero Awards on Capitol Hill and meeting with the Cosmos Corporation. The Cosmos Corporation is a … more
Overreach from the Biden Administration is nothing new. On more than one occasion, the nation has scratched its head wondering how the Administration could make such unilateral choices on behalf of … more
I hope you had a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. In St. Elizabeth we had a very nice Memorial Day service honoring the men and women who have given their lives for all of us. It is extremely … more
Across Missouri this weekend, families and friends gathered for barbeques, attending sports tournaments, perhaps heading to the lake for some fishing or boating, and students celebrate the school … more
Before I get into this week’s column topic, I want to provide a quick update on President Biden’s mortgage “equity” plan I wrote about two weeks ago. After pushback from … more
As you’ve heard me say time and time again, small businesses are the heart and soul of towns here in Missouri and across America. They’re started by people who bet on themselves and put … more
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