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Posts published in “This Week in Missouri Politics”
Eliminating the police residency requirement in St. Louis would be one of the most effective outcomes of the special session on violent crime, according to St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson.
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the most complicated things in the history of the world. Now, factor in that it has taken place in an election year, and reason and logic be damned.
With the filing deadline for the 2nd quarter campaign finance documents, we hit the home stretch of the primary season which is the most important part of a Missouri campaign cycle.
With the federal government likely to loosen up regulations on COVID aid money, we took a look at cities in Missouri that have stroke in the state Capitol.
The Governor is the leader of the state and leading the state back to normal is not only his job but his personal responsibility.
Science is something done completely unbiased, unemotionally, with the goal of eliminating all bias and building a conclusion based solely on logic and reason.
Political correctness isn’t just a liberal thing. Plenty of “conservatives” are all about their own brand of political correctness.
Serious times aren’t the times for the crazies on either side. Serious times are for sober rational leaders.