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Missouri Senate No Slam Dunk as GOP Spends to Save Blunt

ST. LOUIS (AP) – In an election with control of the Senate at stake, Republicans were counting on a win in GOP-friendly Missouri. Instead they’re suddenly plunging millions into the state to save incumbent Sen. 761 more words


Does The Gun Vote Still Swing Elections? Maybe It Swings Them Against Guns.

I knew that Marco Rubio was unfit to be President (as if the current Republican candidate could pass a fitness test) when he visited the Ruger gun factory back in January and declared that he believed in the 2nd Amendment because a gun was the only thing that stood between our safety and an imminent ISIS attack. 610 more words


Bi-State Members Of Congress Remember 9/11

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Some St. Louis area members of Congress have released statements on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks:

“Fifteen years ago, nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives in one of the most brutal, cowardly attacks on American soil and on the American way of life. 596 more words


Thom Hartmann Names Names of Senate Republican Gun-Lobby Whores

While Congressional Democrats conduct a righteous gun control “sit-in,” and 92% of the American people long for common sense gun reform, you may wonder who exactly are the people blocking an assault weapons ban and voting to arm terrorists? 383 more words


Out-of-State Donors Invest in Mo. Senate Race

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – As summer winds down, fund-raising by both Roy Blunt and Jason Kander will ramp up.

University of Missouri – St. Louis political science chair Dave Robertson expects out-of-state money to be spent on the Missouri Senate race, especially from top Republican donors shifting resources away from the presidential campaign. 161 more words


Blunt top recipient of NRA campaign donations, report says

WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTVI) – Missouri Senator Roy Blunt tops the list of sitting members of Congress in campaign donations made by the National Rifle Association (NRA). 158 more words


House to debate scaled-back Zika bill despite veto threat

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans controlling the House are ignoring protests from Democrats and a White House veto threat as they speed legislation funding the battle against the Zika virus toward a vote this week. 605 more words