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Governor’s adviser the frontrunner for Missouri AG job if Eric Schmitt wins Senate seat

Public records documenting internal discussions about the potential appointment may not be turned over until January, after the new AG would be sworn into office. Read the full article HERE.

Will the Next Attorney General be another Fighter?

There is growing concern that Governor Parson may appoint his lead council, Andrew Bailey, as the next Attorney General, filling the opening created when Eric Schmitt won his race for the US Senate.

Missourians deserve a proven conservative in the AG spot. The flyer at the right illustrates the problem with that choice.

You can watch the video created by MORinoWatch to learn more. Below is the correspondence received from an anonymous source.

There is a comment period until November 15th. You can voice your concerns by contacting Governor Parson's Chief of Staff, Aaron Willard at

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Missouri MUST Pass Initiative Petition Reform in 2023

- Editorial

Amendment 3, Recreational Marijuana and a whole lot more, passed on November 8, 2022. The Revolutionary Left once again successfully attacked Missouri values through an Initiative Petition. (Called an IP.)

Initiative Petitions can be generated by the public who collect the multitude of signatures needed to get it on the ballot. That part is fine. Citizens should have a voice.

The part that needs to change is the simple majority requirement to get the petitions passed. This is our state constitution. It's one of the easiest to modify in the entire country. That needs to change. Until it does, the Revolutionary Left will continue to chip away at Missouri values by bypassing the legislature and creating petitions that have attractive eye candy on the surface, and toxic bombs hidden inside. Last time it was Medicaid expansion. This time it's recreational pot.

2022-HJR132 was a bill that would have changed that. It would require not only a 51% majority, but also a majority of all 163 legislative districts. That stops KC and St Louis from running the state. It gives the majority of rural communities a say as well. HJR132 addresses all three ways the constitution can be amended, the third way being a convention.

If you care, then start hounding you state rep and senator, and keep hounding them, until IP reform gets introduced and passed in 2023. If your members of the legislature won't support protecting our state constitution, they need to be replaced. Period.

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Here are the FOUR Missouri House Republicans Who Betrayed Your Trust

These members of Congress voted to create a vaccine database, giving the federal government access to your covid vax status. These four individuals are just fine with the government identifying you as vaxxed or unvaxxed.

To add insult to injury, at least two of them would like to be your next Missouri Senator! Just. Say. Hell. NO!

Billy Long, Missouri's 7th District

Ann Wagner, Missouri's 2nd District

Sam Graves, Missouri's 6th District

Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri's 3rd District

Who did not betray your trust? Vicky Hartzler from Missouri's 4th and Jason Smith from Missouri's 8th.

Read more in the article below.


Betrayal: 80 Republicans Vote with Radical Dems to Pass Dangerous Federal Vaccination Database Bill

The House of Representatives has passed a dangerous bill that would establish a federal vaccination database. Alarmingly, the radical Democrats accomplished this with the help of 80 Republicans, including Minority Leader and Speaker hopeful Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

“Eighty House Republicans voted with Democrats on Tuesday to pass the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act, which if passed by the Senate and signed into law would fund a federal vaccination database,” Breitbart reported.  

View the link to all votes HERE. (Notice Reps like Jim Joran and Elise Stefanik voted against this abomination.)

Click the link above to read the full article and see the entire list of the 80 Republicans who need to be voted out of office.

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