I recently learned that the state is going to require our public schools to teach as a history course lessons on LGBT.
On Tuesday, Aug. 4, Missourians will cast their ballots to determine whether the state should expand Medicaid. This measure is important to rural Missourians and the hospitals that provide them care.
I do believe that it is important to get our kids back to school. Much is said about younger kids being less affected by COVID-19.
When my husband and I moved from Washington, D.C., to my ancestral home in Kinderhook last year, we knew our politics and mores might not align perfectly with our neighbors. That was OK with me. My father was a long-time Republican.
As President Trump, head of the Republican Party and self-described stable genius, leads this country southward in a hand basket, the Hallelujah Chorus that are his followers continue to sing the refrain "at least we got our tax cut."
The Quincy Tea Party and Re-Open Adams County want to thank our community for coming out on Saturday to celebrate our nation's 244th birthday!
"We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself" has been the lodestar for reopening our economy. Let's be clear that there are costs associated with not reopening the economy.
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