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Summer in Missouri is one of the best times of the year. From Fourth of July celebrations to watching baseball or attending family cookouts, there is always something to do around the Third District. … more
Just last Thursday, we celebrated the 248th anniversary of the independence of our great nation. There is nothing more beautiful and more patriotic than being surrounded by family and friends, … more
Many of us celebrated Father’s Day last weekend, whether it was by sharing a meal, having a BBQ, or spending a day on the lake, it was undoubtedly a day well spent. This celebration reminds us … more
During the Cold War, most Americans would be alarmed if they discovered their everyday purchases and government-backed retirement funds were financing the Soviet’s military, its strategic … more
Whether you’re watching baseball with your family, a sunset at the lake, or looking forward to the fireworks on the Fourth of July, we’re reminded of the core values that define America: … more
Just last week, White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, claimed it isn’t The President’s job to secure our Southern Border. If you’re like me, you probably found this claim … more
This weekend, you may be headed to the lake, firing up the grill, or just taking a much-needed moment to relax. But Memorial Day is more than a three-day weekend. Throughout our nation’s main … more
Throughout our nation, over 800,000 sworn in police officers have dedicated their lives to safeguarding our communities. These men and women serve with dedication and valor, going above and beyond to … more
Each year, Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW) honors the contributions of public servants at the local, state, and federal level tracing back to 1985. As we embark on this year’s Public … more
Nearly fifteen years ago, I introduced a House resolution recognizing the Winston Churchill Memorial and Library on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, as America’s National Churchill … more
Tax Day, the height of the year for the IRS, and probably an item on your spring-cleaning list, came and went last Monday, April 15th. As we all scrambled to meet the April 15th deadline, it’s … more
It is widely known that Iran is the largest state sponsor of terror on earth. Through its proxies like Hamas and Hezbollah, it funds dozens of attacks on Israel and other U.S. allies every year. Over … more
Whether you were helping your parents on the family farm, dreaming of carrying on the family tradition one day or bagging groceries at the local supermarket, I’m sure we can all think back to … more
Mathew 28:6: “He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” It’s Good Friday which means Easter is upon us. Easter marks the most sacred … more
Imagine emptying your gas tank or kitchen cabinet to help fuel your toughest adversary, leaving you and your family without enough resources to get to work, school, or even feed your family. … more
Three years ago, at President Biden’s inauguration, he told the country his goal was “Bringing America together, uniting our people, and uniting our nation”. Unfortunately, like … more
You’ve likely heard the term swipe fees or interchange fees regarding the use of debit cards and credit cards. In short, interchange fees are small fees merchants pay to card companies or banks … more
Our Chiefs are back in the big game! I’m sure you’re as excited as I am to watch the next milestone in what has become a true dynasty. The Super Bowl commercials have become a spectacle … more
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Of all the issues we face as a nation and society, the kidnapping and enslaving of our fellow Americans is the gravest. Like the fentanyl crisis, … more
Happy New Year! I hope you’ve enjoyed time with loved ones and feel ready to take on 2024. Last week, I wrote to you reflecting on the past year. Today, I’d like to look ahead toward what … more
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