This past week, Representative Smith from the 8th District has voted on a few bills to counter the largeness of government.
Missouri congresswomen have a dress code. Democrats in the Missouri House of Representatives are outraged with the House’s new dress code.
A group of nearly 50 influential conservatives co-signed a statement Wednesday calling to “change the status quo in Washington.”
Santa Anna and James Gadsden signed a treaty stipulating that the United States would pay $15 million for 45,000 square miles.
Although beset by people who do not live in the state and wanted to change that law, the Supreme court ruled that it is legal.
Patrick Henry gave this powerful speech on March 23, 1775. The opponents of Henry called for caution and patience.
Governor Parson announced that he called for a special session of Congress to make historic tax cuts for every income bracket in Missouri.
In an attempt to create peace, the Biden administration launched the National Parents and Families Engagement Council.
A convoy of trucks has descended upon Parliament Hill in Canada’s capitol of Ottawa. The Freedom Convoy began on January 23.
Representative Smith is still busy in Washington, D.C. representing the people in Missouri’s 8th district.
Critics ask if the question was raised in the Biden administration on what would happen if the Taliban took ground quickly if the current government caved.
Congressman Jason Smith reported on what’s he’s getting done locally and in Washington, DC.