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Norman Schwarzkopf Dead at 78
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Retired General Norman Schwarzkopf Dead at 78

Norman Schwarzkopf, the retired American general who led coalition forces in the 1991 Gulf War, died of pneumonia Thursday in Tampa, Florida at the age of 78, the Associated Press reports.

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President George H W Bush
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George H.W. Bush Moved to Intensive Care Unit

Former President George H.W. Bush has been moved to the intensive care unit at Methodist Hospital in Houston, due to a fever that is not responding to treatment.

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Wayne LaPierre
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NRA Calls for Armed Guards at Schools

Wayne LaPierre, the executive vice president of the National Rifle Association, read a statement Friday morning in reaction to last week's shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut. He called for installing armed guards in schools to prevent future gun violence against students.

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School Violence and Our Second Amendment Rights [OPINION]

It’s been a different kind of week leading up to the holiday.  As many of you know, I don’t bite my tongue.  The events that unfolded last week at Sandy Hook make me sick and confused.  Whether you say it or not, you feel for the parents, children and their community.

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Obama Visits Michigan Diesel Plant To Discuss Economy

President Barack Obama Named Time Magazine’s 2012 ‘Person of the Year’

Hail to the chief -- and Time magazine's 2012 Person of the Year -- President Barack Obama.

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Jay Nixon
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Governor Jay Nixon Harvests Deer, Donates It to Share The Harvest

Sunday afternoon (Nov. 18), Governor Jay Nixon harvested an eight-point buck while deer hunting in Pulaski County. The Governor donated the venison to Missouri’s Share the Harvest program, a public-private partnership that provides meat to families in need.

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Should We Raise Taxes on the Wealthy to Avoid the ‘Fiscal Cliff’? [SURVEY]

Negotiations between President Obama and the Republican-led House of Representatives over the "fiscal cliff" are heating up. Some economists believe if a compromise isn't made by December 31 of this year, the U.S. economy could fall back into recession.

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Ike Skelton
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How About Ike for Secretary of Defense? [OPINION]

Since the re-election of President Barack Obama, there have been several Presidential Cabinet members that announced they would step down, or it is speculated some may step down from their second term. It is speculated that Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta may step down. It is said that John Kerry, Deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and former defense policy undersecretary Michele Flournoy could fill Panetta's shoes whenever he decides to step down or if he does.

I would like to hear another consideration should the time come, Missouri's very own and former Congressman Ike Skelton. Skelton served as U.S. Representative for Missouri from 1977-2011, was a member of the House Armed Services Committee and even chaired it from 2006-2011.

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Gun Sales Surge, Just Like When Obama Was Elected the First Time

Following President Obama's victory last week, gun sales have spiked, much like they did in 2008 when he was first elected. Second Amendment supporters fear that a Democratic administration will tighten

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Dead Candidate Wins in Alabama
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Dead Candidate Wins Election in Alabama

If there's any doubt how strong the GOP's hold on Alabama is, consider this -- a Republican nominee beat out the Democratic incumbent for a seat on the Bibb County Commission last week despite the fact that he died a month earlier. Congratulations, Alabama, on taking partisanship to a whole new level.

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