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Our nation suffers the consequences of our poorly maintained infrastructure every day—whether it’s traveling down a pothole-ridden road on the way to work, driving the long way around a weight-restricted bridge to get a truckload of grain to market, or worrying while the school bus takes your...

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On Tuesday, President Trump delivered an inspiring, powerful State of the Union address. On Wednesday, the United States Senate acquitted him of all the baseless impeachment charges brought against him by the House. The impeachment circus is finally over, and America is finally back on track....

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Since it was first announced in 2011, the Waters of the U.S. rule—as envisioned by President Obama—has hung like a millstone around the neck of rural America. Better known as WOTUS, the rule drew the ire of farmers, small business owners, and many living in the heart of the country—and...

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Forty-seven years ago, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion across the United States. Overnight, our solemn responsibility to secure and protect the right to life was abandoned. The tragedy of this decision cannot be overstated. In forsaking...

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China has been cheating us for years. They’ve unfairly subsidized businesses in order to shut down American competition, they’ve stolen our technology, and quite frankly, our money too. And, all this time, they’ve gotten a free pass because no President has had the guts to stand up to Communist...

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The United States must never tolerate terrorism. President Trump made that clear last week when he took decisive action to eliminate known Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani. With imminent threats looming, the President authorized a drone strike that killed the commander of Iran’s Quds force....

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For a lot of folks in North Missouri, 2019 was a tough year. We saw destructive floods along the Mississippi, Chariton, and Grand rivers—and record-setting flooding on the Missouri River that officially began in March, lasted more than 7 months, and is definitely not over as some areas are still...

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384 days ago, President Trump signed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, a 21st century trade deal that puts America first and provides American businesses, American farmers, and American workers with a level playing field. After more than a year of delay, the House finally approved the...

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After months of partisan bickering and political games, the House finally voted this week to pass the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), fully funding our military and giving our troops the biggest pay raise they’ve received in the last decade. Providing for the common defense is one of...

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We’ve all been there. The phone rings and it’s a number you don’t recognize. The odds are good the “person” on the other end of the line wants to update your car warranty, help you get a free vacation or check your credit score. Other times, it’s far more insidious. These unknown callers say...