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This Week in Missouri Politics - November 19, 2017

Host Scott Faughn is joined by Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer talking tax reform, banking deregulation, and 2018, followed by Charlie Brennan, State Board of Education Member Mike Jones, Scott Dieckhaus, and Conservation Federation of Missouri’s Brandon Butler. 28 more words


Vanderbilt football: Best, worst of loss to Missouri

Had Vanderbilt (4-7, 0-7 SEC) played as well in the first half as it did in the second it might have snapped its SEC losing streak Saturday night. 779 more words

SEC News

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Deadly sugar addiction – why carbs, not fats, are the problem

ST. LOUIS, MO. — Some doctors say sugar may be the number one killer in America right now. That may sound like a stretch, but you can see why they make that claim. 664 more words


British filmmaker talks about ‘pain and rage’ in an American town in ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’

It was a bus trip through America 20 years ago that gave the British/Irish playwright and filmmaker Martin McDonagh the inspiration for his new movie, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.” 720 more words

British Filmmaker Talks About ‘pain And Rage’ In An American Town In ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing

Missouri Ordinance of Secession, by Missouri Legislature

An act declaring the political ties heretofore existing between the State of Missouri and the United States of America dissolved.

Whereas the Government of the United States, in the possession and under the control of a sectional party, has wantonly violated the compact originally made between said Government and the State of Missouri, by invading with hostile armies the soil of the State, attacking and making prisoners the militia while legally assembled under the State laws, forcibly occupying the State capitol, and attempting through the instrumentality of domestic traitors to usurp the State government, seizing and destroying private property, and murdering with fiendish malignity peaceable citizens, men, women, and children, together with other acts of atrocity, indicating a deep-settled hostility toward the people of Missouri and their institutions; and… 136 more words

Historical Document

My First Football Game

This past Sunday was a good one. I went to my first football game between Missouri and Tennessee. Every time a game is playing you can hear the chanting from the stadium! 316 more words