Sunday, November 12, 2023 – Missouri political news headlines

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Fox 2 St. Louis: Sen. Eric Schmitt on Bidenomics, Trump vs. Biden matchup

JCNT: Rep. Jim Schulte (R-New Bloomfield) speaks to veterans during holiday program

JCNT: 2024 Missouri legislative preview: Mid-Missouri lawmakers bracing for politics to define session

P-D: Missouri Lottery chief disputes claims in new audit of agency’s ad budget

SNL: Hero profile: LGBTQ activist/Missouri State University associate sociology professor Kyler Sherman-Wilkins runs for Springfield school board; self-described queer “has spoken in support of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts (and) advocated on behalf of students from historically under-represented groups,” got in a tizzy after hearing conservatives on KWTO’s Elijah Haahr Show

Combest, The Missouri Times, 8/7/23: “We can still act in a positive, constructive way to counter (Missouri mainstream media’s) vitriol and conflict-baiting. Remember that fact this fall, when you’ll read stories lambasting parents and school board members who stand up to racism by fighting DIE mandates and race-shaming curriculum.”

Washington Missourian: Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library now available statewide

P-D editorial: Supreme Court might be edging toward sanity on guns, but not Missouri’s leaders; Second Amendment Preservation Act puts state lawmakers on the same side as “Mr. Wife Beater”

P-D’s Tony Messenger: Resident took on Missouri town after being kicked out of City Hall. She won; Edgar Springs best known for fighting Missouri Legislature over speed trap law

KC Star letters: Kansas sexagenarian criticizes Missouri DSS for Jayden Robker case; Kansas City septuagenarian notes Star’s anti-Christian bias, newspaper offers dismissive response John Combest: Stalking, Harassment, Internet Trolling: A Guide to Recovering and Rebuilding After Online Attacks – available in paperback and Amazon Kindle

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