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Senator Roy Blunt (r): suffer the little children

A mom got so fed up with Donald Trump’s decision to separate children from their families at the border that she took to social media to see if fifteen or so friends would join her in front of Senator Roy Blunt’s (r) office at Tenth and Walnut in Kansas City to express their concerns. 625 more words

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Wendy Baird, a mom, age "thirty-something", from Independence, Missouri and Senator Roy Blunt (r)

My money’s on Wendy Baird.

A mom got so fed up with Donald Trump’s decision to separate children from their families at the border that she took to social media to see if fifteen or so friends would join her in front of Senator Roy Blunt’s (r) office at Tenth and Walnut in Kansas City to express their concerns. 468 more words

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Sen. Claire McCaskill (D): And...

Where’s Roy?

This morning, from Senator Claire McCaskill

Claire McCaskill @clairecmc
What she said.

Laura Bush @laurawbush
I live in a border state. I appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries, but this zero-tolerance policy is cruel.

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The price of all our souls was a tax cut for billionaires

You know it’s bad when even a satirical Twitter account just shows you the image.

An ICE processing/holding facility for children:

Gen JC Christian, Presidential Advisor @JC_Christian…

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Sen. Claire McCaskill (D): Keep those calls coming...

And while you’re at it, call Senator Roy Blunt (r), too.

The phone numbers:

Senator Roy Blunt (r) – Phone: 202-224-5721

Senator Claire McCaskill (D) – Phone: 202-224-6154… 231 more words

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March for Our Lives – Kansas City – Theis Park – March 24, 2018 – more signs

More signs from yesterday’s March for Our lives in Kansas City at Theis Park.

5,000? 7,000? 10,000? There appears to be a media consensus estimate of 6,000. 221 more words

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Until this changes...

…nothing will get done.

Yesterday at the March for Our Lives in Kansas City:

Register to vote. Get out the vote. Vote in November. If you don’t, you’re the problem. 52 more words

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