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Representative Ann Wagner, who represents Missouri's second congressional district in Washington D.C, voted against the version of the Violence Against Women Act that has now passed both the House and the Senate with bipartisan support. Not that you'd know from her off ... More >>
Yesterday the 113th U.S. Congress convened, and Todd Akin was officially out of a job. Ann Wagner now occupies the seat he abandoned in his ill-fated bid for the Senate.
There have been rumors that Akin is planning to use his free time to write a book. The subject of said book is up in the air -- b ... More >>
In all the excitement of Tuesday's election and yesterday's aftermath, a few things got overlooked. Yes, Todd Akin's not going to the Senate, but since House terms last only two years, as of the new year, he's going to join the ranks of the unemployed.
Which leads to another question: Who's going t ... More >>
Dana Loesch riles up the crowd during one of the Tea Party's first rallies in February 2009 under the Gateway Arch.The co-founder of the St. Louis Tea Party has officially left the organization.
In a tweet this morning Dana Loesch writes: "Yes, I am finished with the St. Louis Tea Party. N ... More >>
The wait is almost over. On Saturday, filmmaker Stephen Bannon brings his Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated to St. Louis as part of the Smart Girl Summit.Based on the name of that conference, you'd think it would be hard for Bannon to find a more discriminating local audience to screen his f ... More >>
Claire McCaskill: Vulnerable, but not because her challengers are so awesome or anything.So Todd Akin is a smug know-it-all convinced that only those with his political beliefs are capable of respect for the Almighty. And so what if Sarah Steelman's campaign thinks 100 x 1,000 = 10,000?Never mind ... More >>