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Stay up to date with the Primrose Patriot's latest published articles, events and appearances.

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Kansas City charter schools surpass traditional public schools in enrollment

December 3, 2021

My first piece published by The Lion. It's a new publication and a great resource for parents and educators who want to stay up to date on relevant

news - without the mainstream media spin.

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Meet the Ladies of Liberty!

August 19, 2021

I was honored to speak at the first meeting of the Ladies of Liberty - a new group of dynamic St. Louis women who are concerned with the direction our country - and schools - are headed.
If you’re interested in learning more or if you'd like to attend a future event, please contact me!


Ladies of Liberty Event with

MO Attorney General Eric Schmitt

September 15, 2021

The Ladies of Liberty met with Eric Schmitt to discuss the various legal battles he is fighting on behalf of Missouri families. I met Eric early on during my days as a TV reporter and officially introduced him at the event.

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Featured Guest on The Echo Chamber

October 2021

It was great to discuss the latest hot button issues on Real Talk 93.3 with MO State Senator Bill Eigel. We also discussed the importance of Americans breaking the silence on their political views. Here's a short excerpt. 

The Primrose Patriot on Real Talk 93.3
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Don't Click! You're More Powerful Than You Think

published July 7, 2021

Our attention is a powerful tool; let’s employ it wisely. At the US Olympic trials, hundreds of incredible athletes put forth their best efforts to achieve their dreams. But all anyone can seem to talk about is the athlete who turned her back to the flag during the national anthem. 

Why the American Flag is Dividing Us

published August 2, 2021

The American flag is meant to symbolize the founding ideals that unified our nation in its infancy. So how have the Stars and Stripes become a symbol of division, instead? Here are examples of opposing viewpoints.

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