Tuesday, January 16, 2024 – Missouri political news headlines

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KCMO: Pete Mundo Show: Former U.S. Rep. Billy Long on hanging out with Donald Trump in Iowa and Mar-a-Lago

SNL: Everything you’ll need to participate in Missouri Republican caucuses

KSHB (Kansas City): Missouri will host caucuses this year in presidential race (link via Brad (Hildebrand) & John (Combest) Show on 104.5 FM (Franklin/St. Charles/Warren Counties): Monday morning segments: Quick hits on big federal money for south-central Missouri mining, Missouri presidential caucuses, Ann Wagner (Segment A, starts at 12 min mark); why some men get friendzoned and why they deserve it (Segment C); Taylor Swift and pretty privilege (Segment C); no sympathy for manlet cucks (Segment C) on YouTube: Today (Tuesday’s) moment of truth for Missouri political candidates: Q4 results reveal lazy candidates versus those who put in the fundraising work (featuring, an angry shorthair and Missy Hyatt)

KC Star: Missouri Republicans’ infighting affects the 2024 session (avoid KC Star paywall by reading free syndicated version on Yahoo! News here)

Missourinet: Bill from Sen. Mike Moon (R-Ash Grove) would grant lifetime protections for victims of dangerous crimes

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): Rep. Cheri Toalson Reisch (R-Hallsville) on challenges expanding MOBUCK$

SNL: Missouri lawmakers to hear bill indefinitely extending ban on gender affirming care for minors

Missouri Independent: Coalition pushing to improve literacy rates for St. Louis Public Schools

KCUR “intersection of equity, housing, funding, and other diverse issues” content creator Jodi Fortino: Thousands of students in Missouri have left public education; “Republican state legislators in Kansas and Missouri have targeted school curricula around history and race in recent years.”

KCUR’s Jodi Fortino, 11/18/23: Kansas City got one perfect score for LGBTQ+ equality – and also one of the worst; photo of LGBTQIA* activists protesting “legislation in Kansas and Missouri targeting LGBTQ communities”; “The Missouri legislature voted to restrict students from receiving some forms of gender-affirming care”

Combest, The Missouri Times, 8/7/23: “Do you really think your local public radio reporter was sitting alone at her desk one day, brushing vending machine snack crumbs off her FUPA, and came up with “gender affirming care” on her own?”

johncombest_com on Instagram, January 2023: Objective, unbiased media agrees: Missouri Republicans guilty of targeting.

KCUR’s “ignored or misrepresented stories” content creator Laura Ziegler: Hero profiles: Activist duo “work(s) together in Jefferson City to try to persuade pro-gun lawmakers to actually consider solutions such as better childcare, nutrition and education”

JCNT: Ameren renewable energy charge to increase next month

JCNT: U.S. Nuclear Regulator Commission to inspect Callaway Plant in March

JCNT: Missouri Department of Conservation to host ‘Eagle Days’

St. Louis Public Radio: UMSL hosts MLK event; St. Louis County woman complains “they’re [sic?] trying to ban books”

St. Louis Public Radio “race, identity & culture” content creator Andrea Henderson: St. Louis City Reparations Commission extended until September; panel says it will miss deadline, wants more money Kansas City Reparations Proposal Downplayed On MLK Day

Kaiser Family Foundation content creator Cecilia Nowell, via KCUR: Missouri health clinics priced out of gender-affirming care by rising malpractice premiums

P-D letter: Citizens for Modern Transit Executive Director Kimberly Cella opposes legislation allowing firearms on public transportation (avoid stltoday paywall by reading Combest-archived version here)

Southeast Missourian letter: Moms Demand Action fellowship recipient Leslie Washington submits verbatim statements from website, without attribution (avoid Southeast Missourian paywall by reading Combest-archived version here)

Moms Demand Action/Everytown gun control fellowship requirements: Recipients must manufacture and promote five (5) victimhood tales; easy wins can include “speaking with a club/group, testifying, giving media interviews, publishing op-eds or letters to the editor, or meeting with your legislator/local representative.” 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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