missouri
Courts
Missouri AG sues Planned Parenthood for ‘trafficking minors’ to get out-of-state abortions

(The Daily Signal) – The attorney general of Missouri is suing Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the United States, for “trafficking minors out of state to… Read More

February 29, 2024
Culture
Student org at private Missouri college to host ‘Drag WERK!Shop,’ including two fake ‘nuns’ from offensive drag group

A student group at a Missouri liberal arts college founded by Baptists is set to host a drag-themed event Friday featuring two ‘nuns’ affiliated with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,… Read More

February 27, 2024
Culture
Former Missouri governor collects $60K annually for part-time work with Chinese communist influence operation

A former governor of Missouri, Robert Holden Jr., collected a $60,000 salary for part-time work with a nonprofit attempting to influence local governments in favor of the Chinese communist regime. Read More

February 26, 2024
Public Education
Missouri AG orders school district to end race-based hiring

(The Daily Signal) – Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey ordered a St. Louis school district Wednesday to abandon race-based hiring after The Daily Signal reported on the district’s plan to double its… Read More

February 23, 2024
Public Education
Group with radical race connections demanding $70B in slavery ‘reparations’ from small Catholic university in Missouri

A group claiming to represent 200 current descendants of slaves who helped build St. Louis University (SLU) in Missouri are demanding $70 billion in so-called reparations from the school. The… Read More

February 19, 2024
Christian Schools
Missouri Christian school 7th grader named county spelling bee champ

St. Joseph Christian School seventh-grader Owen Herzog took top honors in the Buchanan County, Missouri spelling bee Feb. 3. Herzog was named spelling bee champion after out-spelling 100 students from… Read More

February 14, 2024
Public Education
Research: 4-day school week has few benefits and most parents don’t want it

For over a decade, Missouri has allowed public school districts to hold 4-day school weeks. But policy makers and experts are questioning the benefits of the shorter week, which most… Read More

February 12, 2024
Culture
Brave Books Story Hour features popular female athletes Riley Gaines and Bethany Hamilton

A standing-room-only crowd of all ages packed a Missouri library on Friday to hear athlete and activist Riley Gaines and professional surfer Bethany Hamilton spread positive messages for children about… Read More

February 5, 2024
Culture
Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley drags apology out of Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg for company’s harm to teens, would like to drag him into court

Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley took Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg to a Capitol-sized woodshed Wednesday for the harm his social media sites reportedly cause to teenagers, challenging the Facebook founder in… Read More

February 1, 2024
Public Education
Legal issues cloud Missouri school district’s race-based hiring

(The Daily Signal) – A Missouri school district intends to double its percentage of minority teachers even as the state’s attorney general has warned that private companies that racially discriminate… Read More

February 1, 2024
Culture
Missouri senator accuses Planned Parenthood of ‘illegal activity’ after video reveals it traffics minors out-of-state for abortions ‘every day’

Planned Parenthood is under fire after revelations it aids the transport of young girls out of state to obtain abortions, which are illegal in Missouri. In a video released by… Read More

January 31, 2024
Culture
Missouri trans clinic whistleblower has a message for the left

(The Daily Signal) – Jamie Reed, the former clinician who blew the whistle last year on a gender clinic in St. Louis, tells “The Daily Signal Podcast” that there… Read More

January 26, 2024
Public Education
‘What is the need?’ St. Joseph Board of Education creates $100,000 DEI position without a majority vote

The St. Joseph Board of Education (SJBE) in Missouri is under fire again for commitments to spend money without clear planning and authority. A minority of the board members, with… Read More

January 25, 2024
Public Education
Missouri school district reverses transgender bathroom policy after community backlash

The Wentzville, Missouri school board reversed course on its transgender bathroom policy after two members blew the whistle, leading to public backlash and a lawsuit. The Wentzville Board of Education… Read More

January 19, 2024
Christian Schools
Vocational students learn Bible-based entrepreneurship at faith-based vocational school in Missouri 

A new program in northern Missouri is combining Christian entrepreneurship principles with vocational training to give trained workers the skills they need to run their own businesses.  John Davis was… Read More

January 12, 2024
Courts
Victory in fight for parents’ rights, says Missouri AG as suit against school’s secretive trans policy moves forward

The school district sued by Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey over its refusal to reveal a transgender bathroom policy was denied its motion to dismiss, the AG announced Friday. “BREAKING:… Read More

January 5, 2024
Public Education
‘Putting the cart before the horse’: Missouri school board approves misleading bond proposal

A Missouri school board is moving forward with a multi-million dollar bond, despite not knowing how the taxpayer dollars will be spent. The St. Joseph Board of Education… Read More

January 3, 2024
Public Education
Chronic absenteeism contributing to Missouri’s stagnant student test scores

(The Center Square) – Nearly one in four Missouri students are absent from school more than 10% of the school year, according to the state Department of Elementary and Secondary… Read More

December 26, 2023
Homeschools
‘Encouragement Day’ to support homeschool moms: ‘They’re not on this path alone’

Many modern-day moms may think homeschooling is challenging, but they may not know it was once considered illegal. The featured speaker for the upcoming Midwest Parent Educators (MPE)… Read More

December 26, 2023
Public Education
Missouri school district offers coloring pages on preferred pronouns, gender expression to kindergartners

(The Daily Signal) – A Missouri school district is providing elementary-school teachers with coloring pages, asking children as young as kindergartners to choose their pronouns and draw the… Read More

December 21, 2023