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Josh Hawley Under Investigation for Letting Campaign Run His Public Office
A media probe uncovered some funny business with campaign consultants ordering his state employee staff around.
Kemp Lies About Abrams Lying About Kemp’s Lies on Health Care
Brian Kemp thinks the best defense against a damaging charge is an offensive myth about his opponent’s position.
Trump to Veterans: Trust Me, Not Your Lying Eyes
On trade, the president advises that he is the only arbiter of truth.
Will Greitens Avenge Himself on Missouri GOP With an Indie Run for the Senate?
It could be a sign that God really loves incumbent Democratic senator Claire McCaskill, whose last opponent imploded.
Another Day, Another Set of Scandalous Claims Against Missouri Governor Greitens
Greitens was already facing calls to resign over a sex scandal. Now he’s been accused of illegally using his charity’s donor list and lying about it.
Missouri’s Attorney General Recommends More Charges for Governor Greitens
The Missouri governor’s already on trial for felony violation of privacy. Now the state’s attorney general is recommending campaign-finance charges.
Missouri Governor Greitens Is Going Down Kicking and Screaming
The Republican is facing a criminal trial, possible impeachment, and growing calls from his own party for his resignation.
Roy Moore Back in Action With Endorsement of Feminist-Hating Missouri Candidate
If there’s any Senate candidate out there who is following Moore’s twisted path, it’s probably Courtland Sykes.
Josh Hawley Goes Off the Deep End on the Sexual Revolution and Human Trafficking
The main difference between today’s GOP Senate candidate in Missouri and the hapless Todd Akin is some Ivy League polish.